Design in the Software Process

Software development goes through a process which is known as software development process. In simple term we define the process as follows The process takes a problem of the proposed system Create a solution for the problem of the software A process is generally iterative. Each iteration builds upon Taking a set of requirements based… Read More »

Object Oriented Thinking

What is Object Oriented Thinking? Object oriented thinking is the thought process in which we will consider everything in terms of object. Example: Consider we have a room. That room contains some tables, chairs, computers etc. Also people works inside the room. Now how we can think it an object oriented way as follows- Table… Read More »

Class diagram

 What is a Class Diagram? Class diagram is a UML diagram type. It describe the system by graphically representing Different classes within the system Relationships among those classes Class diagram also illustrates the attributes and operations inside each class. Class usually used to explore the Domain concepts Understand the software requirements Describe the detailed designs… Read More »

Use Cases Diagram

Use Case is a behavioral diagramming system. By Use Case diagram we describe “how external entities will use the system”. Here external entities can be human or any other system that will use the newly developing system. In use case description we emphasize The users view of the system i.e. from users perspective how the system look… Read More »

Introduction to Object Oriented Design

What are the Goals of Software Design? Good software design process is like the building of a home. In home building process what is do is- “We discuss the details with architect. Architect listen our requests, convert our request to plan (blueprint). Then the builder will start work according to the blueprint.” Similarly to develop… Read More »

Basic jQuery Attribute filters

Now we will discuss about attribute filters of jQuery. By using attribute filter we can select element by it attribute and the attribute value. Common attribute filters are- $(“[attribute]”) Select all elements those has specified attribute. Example: $(“[class]”).css(“border”,”3px solid red”); Select all the elements from HTML document those contains the class attribute. $(“element[attribute]”) Select all… Read More »

Why we will use Object Oriented Programming

Before OOP programmer were used Procedural programming where code were written in linear fashion i.e. from top to bottom. So when program became larger then programmer faced huge problem to manage and debug the code. So to get rid from such problem taken an attempt and introduced function- break down code into manageable segments. It… Read More »

jQuery filters basic

We already seen that jQuery selectors are very powerful for selecting contents from webpages. Now we will use filters that makes jQuery selectors more powerful. jQuery filters works with selectors and provide more powerful fine-grained control on selecting the elements from HTML document. In jQuery filters are categorized into six(06) different categories. They are- 1.… Read More »

JQuery Selectors

jQuery selectors allows us to select and manipulate HTML elements by their name or id or attributes or type or values. In jQuery all selectors are start with $(). Most common jQuery selectors are- 1. Element Selector 2. Id Selector 3. Class Selector 4. Self-Selector 5. All Elements Selector 6. Attribute Selector 7. Hierarchical Selector… Read More »