Web Jargons(WD:LE1)

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Hi Everyone,

This Blog post is dedicated to the first lab exercise of my Web Development Lab. 

Below I am going to explain some of the commonly used Web Jargons:

  1. RSS Feed: Rich Site Summary and Really Simple Syndication respectively is a type of web feed which allows users and applications to access updates to online content in a standardized, computer-readable format. These feeds can, for example, allow a user to keep track of many different websites in a single news aggregator. The news aggregator will automatically check the RSS feed for new content, allowing the content to be automatically passed from website to website or from website to user.
    example: http://edition.cnn.com/services/rss/
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  2. Testimony: a formal written or spoken statement, especially one given in a court of law or evidence or proof of something.
    Image below shows an example of a testimonial:
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  3. Stats: stats page includes a bunch of nifty graphs, charts, and lists that show you how many visits your site gets, what posts and pages are the most popular ones, and much more.
    Image below shows stats:
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  4. Domain: A domain name is your website name. A domain name is the address where Internet users can access your website. A domain name is used for finding and identifying computers on the Internet. Computers use IP addresses, which are a series of number. However, it is difficult for humans to remember strings of numbers. Because of this, domain names were developed and used to identify entities on the Internet rather than using IP addresses.
    example of domain:
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Git & GitHub Workshop(Session 1)

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Hi,

On Saturday, 27th October 2018 a Git & GitHub Workshop was organized for the all 1st, 2nd & 3rd-year students by the Mozilla Phoenix Club, JUET. The workshop was conducted by Me as a GitHub Campus Expert. During the workshop, participants learned the basics of GIT, understand the Git Flow, created a sample repository to play with and made their first pull request.

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First, they got an overview of how the workflow of producing software works in IT companies. The about Git that Git is a version control system, which tracks versions of the project over time and most of its commands. We also worked with GitHub to gain an understanding of how to fork, clone, and contribute to projects by submitting pull requests.

The total number of attendees was more than 80.

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Link to facebook event

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Hacktoberfest’18

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If you are a programmer/ developer, you probably must have heard about Hactoberfest till now. Every October, Digital Ocean and GitHub ship out free Hacktoberfest t-shirts to thousands of people around the world. If never heard of Hacktoberfest then It is a program by Digital Ocean and Github, where you can easily win a T-Shirt just by making 5 pull requests (between 1st October to 31st October) to any open source projects on Github.

So, this year Mozilla Phoenix club also participated in Hacktoberfest and made pull requests to Open Source Projects on GitHub.
I organised an Hacktoberfest meetup for club members on 13th of October’18 from 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

I first started with the introduction to Hacktoberfest and telling them the registration procedure. After that, I gave a demo on making their first pull request to an Open Source Project with an open issue. Then everyone started contributing to Open Source projects and at the end of the meetup every member of the club had almost their two pull requests.

Its already been a week since meetup and most of the members have already made their five pull requests and completed their hacktoberfest challenge and those who are still making contributions I am there to guide them whenever they face the problem.

Facebook event link

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Mozilla Club Orientation ’18-19

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Hey All,

Mozilla Phoenix Club-JUET is the Mozilla Campus Club at Jaypee University of Engineering and Technology. This year we organized orientation for fresher year students on 22 August 2018. This orientation session was for the Computer Science and Technology freshmen about the activities the club had done in the past and the objectives club will develop during the semester.

We first gave a brief introduction of Mozilla and Mozilla Campus Clubs and then how Mozilla is making the world a better place for the people by its huge contribution for the Open Source. In the end, we introduced our club’s whole team to the students.

Around 300 students attended the program, This was an interactive session and we got a positive feedback from the audience.

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AR VR Hackathon

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Hi,

On Saturday, 27th April 2018 a Hackathon on “AR-VR” was organized for all the students by the Mozilla Phoenix Club, JUET. This Hackathon was part of the events organized during the annual technical festival of Mozilla Phoenix Club JUET & CSE Department of JUET i.e TACHYON.

The Hackathon was held at CR20 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, 27th April, 2018.
Mr. Shivank Shekhar, Mozillian (Google Summer of Code’18 Mentor at Sugar Labs, Board Co-Chair at AR-VR Association and Blockchain Developer at TrueGame.io)  was the key mentor for this Hackathon. AR VR Hackathon was an event that saw participants going on a journey that started as a small budding idea and ended as a Minimum Viable Product that was good enough to turn heads. The theme for the Hackathon was Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality. They came together in teams of two, three or maximum four and built a real-world problem-solving project based on virtual reality or Augmented Reality. The total number of attendees was 50.

This Hackathon was sponsored by JetBrains, DOTTech Domains & few more. for more details visit this.

At the end of the workshop, Mozilla swags were distributed among the attendees.

Links:
AR VR workshop Photos

Facebook Event

Mozilla Rep Portal Registration

Hackathon Website

Tachyon Website

 

 

AR-VR Workshop

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Hi,

On Saturday, 26th April 2018 a workshop on “AR-VR” was organized for all the 1st year & 2nd year students by the Mozilla Phoenix Club, JUET to familiarize them with the Augmented reality and Virtual Reality and different frameworks like babylon.js and Aframe were briefly discussed during the workshop. This workshop was part of the events organized during the annual technical festival of Mozilla Phoenix Club JUET & CSE Department of JUET i.e TACHYON.

The workshop was held at LT-5 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, 26th April, 2018.
Mr. Shivank Shekhar, Mozillian (Google Summer of Code’18 Mentor at Sugar Labs, Board Co-Chair at AR-VR Association and Blockchain Developer at TrueGame.io)  was the key resource person for this workshop. The students were given a brief introduction about the Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality, its advantages and how AR VR technologies are going to be the future. The students were taught how to create frames using Aframe. They learned how to create augmented reality and virtual reality apps using Unity/Unreal Engine. The workshop was Beginner friendly, no previous experience is required. They learned how Unity/Unreal is used to build a virtual reality and augmented reality apps, about future resources for creating your own AR and VR projects & about all the major VR and AR development tools. The total number of attendees was 90.

At the end of the workshop, Mozilla swags were distributed among the attendees.

Links:
AR VR workshop Photos

Facebook Event

Mozilla Rep Portal Registration