There’s one last form element I’d like to expose you to before we move on to something else, and this is for doing a Dropdown. I’m going to get rid of this text here. And a Dropdown has a form that looks like this. It has a element, with a
The correct answer is: ftp://www.udacity.com/about. Nice work.
Welcome to lesson three. This’ll be databases. Databases are how you actually store all those information that we’ve been collecting from users. This is basically the final piece that’ll allow us to build fully functional web applications, and your homework for this lesson ought to be actually build the first
The answer is GET /foo/logo.png?p=1 HTTP/1.1. Now, the GET makes sense, that this is the method we’re using. The version is pretty simple. That’s, that was specified in the question. Now the path is a little tricky. The path includes this much here. But the fragments are not included in
Okay, hey everybody welcome to Unit 1. In this unit we’re going to be basically discussing the basics of the web. So, in this unit we’re going to cover the web, what it is, what it looks like, how, how their major pieces fit together. We’ll talk about HTML which
We switched to a thing called Thing DB. I think it’s still called TDB in the Reddit code. If you find any code that’s called TDB or TDB2, I think, this one was the second version of the Thing DB that I wrote at some point, this is what it’s
And the correct answer is we see two values in the URL, the value we submitted and the value we hardcoded in our code. So let’s take a quick look at this again. Recall that in our code, I added this extra input type hidden, name equals food, which matches
Hi! Welcome to Office Hours for Unit 2. Unfortunately, Steve couldn’t be here this week. He is at a wedding rehearsal right now. So I’m going to handle your questions for him. I already talked to him about them, and let’s just dive right in. We had a lot of
Let’s take it from which of these pieces don’t exist anymore. All right. After you left but before I started, memcachedb hit a scaling wall, and it just would not go any further, the writes just were too fast for it. Did you guys try adding more memcachedb boxes? I
Time for a quiz: Where did our q parameter go? Is it in the URL? Is it after the HTTP request headers? Is it in a second HTTP request? Or is it in the HTTP request headers?