This is down to changes that were made for new versions of ZPE.
This document serves as a software requirements document for the project of building a web based tool (ClickIt) to support the learning of web programming for school children. The document is intended for use by Heriot-Watt University.
The aim is of the project is to develop an engaging online learning environment that can encourage children to develop websites using HTML and CSS whilst also to make this new method of developing HTML and CSS easier than what already exists for doing the same task.
This aim can then be broken down to the following objectives:
The purpose of this project is to develop an application that will aid users with web development. The application will be designed for, but not limited to, children aged 12 to 16 to assist with learning HTML and CSS as part of the school curriculum in Scotland. The eventual aim after using this application is that the user has improved their own web programming fluency and understanding of the subject.
|Scratch||An application to aid learning software programming for children using a graphical approach developed by MIT.|
|Logo||An application designed to aid general programming skills with children with a graphical approach in mind|
|ToonTalk||An application designed to aid general programming skills with children using game-like styles and animations to improve usability.|
|WYSIWYG||What You See Is What You Get is a type of editor that allows the user to drag elements on to the web page and the editor generates the code|
|Web programming||Developing a webpage using HTML and CSS through code rather than using a What You See Is What You Get editor|
|Web development||The whole project of building a website.|
|Responsive web design (RWD)||A design methodology that means that websites will scale to a range of different screen sizes, support multiple forms of input and device types.|
|IDE||An IDE or Integrated Development Environment is a piece of software that provides assistance to developers when developing programs.|
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