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We will be grading the following aspects of your work. There are 55 points total.
We will be grading the following aspects of your work. There are 55 points total.
'''Assignments must be committed to Bitbucket by the end of class on the due date (commit early and often). Failing to commit by the end of class on the due date will result in a 0.'''  
'''Assignments must be committed to Github by the end of class on the due date (commit early and often). Failing to commit by the end of class on the due date will result in a 0.'''  

Latest revision as of 15:31, 20 August 2019


This is the old Module 7 assignment and an example of a web framework that you may want to explore for the Creative Project.

Information about the Creative Project is available in the final set of lecture slides and video.

ReactJS is a JavaScript library for building user interface. React allows developers to create large web-applications that use data that can change over time without reloading the page. React aims primarily to provide speed, simplicity and scalability. React processes only user interfaces in applications. This corresponds to View in the Model-View-Controller(MVC) pattern, and can be used in combination with other JavaScript libraries or frameworks in MVC, such as AngularJS. Several notable features of ReactJS are one-way data flow, JSX, component-based.

Readings and Tutorial

  • MERN
  • ReactJS docs: Before starting on the assignment, please complete the quick start tutorial step by step. The advanced guides and the tutorial are helpful and to master ReactJS you will need to learn these. However, for this module, you are not required to do these parts.
  • Bootstrap
  • Routing

Individual Assignment

In this assignment, you will build a ReactJS restaurant website. To learn ReactJS, please view and complete this quick start tutorial. After creating your React app, your app should look like this:


Let's take a look at what you have created.

package.json is the file that holds various metadata relevant to your app. This file is used to give information to npm that allows npm to identify the project as well as handle the dependencies of your app. For more information, see the Node.JS guide: Node.JS#Node.js Conventions.

For your app to work, you cannot delete or rename these files:

  • public/index.html
  • src/index.js
Building a React website is similar to playing with LEGOs. public/index.html is analogous to the base LEGO piece, and all the other components you build will be placed in this single div:
<div id="root"></div>
You can also include javascript libraries inside the <head> tag.

src/index.js is the Javascript entry point for your app. What this file does is to render a component called <App> from App.js in "root" div. You can also render other components.

Creating the Site

Now we are making a restaurant website! Your website will need at least four components, <Header>, <Footer>, <Appetizers>, and <Entrees>.

<Header> is your page header, which should include a search bar and a button that can switch between appetizers and entrees pages. <Footer> is your page footer, it can be anything you like. <Appetizers> and <Entrees> are two pages of your website, each page will include different food introductions. When you switch between these two pages, do not change your page header and footer. Here is what your page should look like:

appetizer page

Once you click the "Entree" button, your website will go to the second page.

entree page

At all times, there should be a search bar on your page. It can dynamically display the search results. For example:

entree page

We have provided the following data. This will be your "database."

 var Appetizers = [
        name: 'Mung Bean Jelly With Numbing-Hot Sauce',
        description: 'Starch jelly that is usually served cold, with a savory sauce.', 
        price: '$9.99'
        name: 'Dandan Noodle',
        description: 'It consists of a spicy sauce containing preserved vegetables (often including lower enlarged mustard stems, or upper mustard stems), chili oil, Sichuan pepper, minced pork, and scallions served over noodles.', 
        price: '$10.99'
        name: 'ChongQing Noodle Soup',
        description: 'a bowl of hot noodles served in a thin but flavorful broth flavored with Sichuan pepper and chili oil, topped with sesame seeds and a bit of steamed cabbage.', 
        price: '$19.99'
        name: 'Chengdu-Style Bing',
        description: 'The bread in these sandwiches is vaguely similar to the more common Xian or Beijing-style bing, but quite a bit crisper, puffier, and frankly, better.',
        price: '$8.99'
        name: 'Sour and Hot Glass Noodles',
        description: 'This is almost the sister dish of Chongqing noodles,this used for this snack is thick sweet potato noodles, which is much chewier than common noodles', 
        price: '$19.99'
 var Entrees = [
       name: 'Mapo Tofu',
       description: 'It consists of tofu set in a spicy sauce, typically a thin, oily, and bright red suspension, based on fermented broad bean and chili paste and fermented black beans, along with minced meat, usually pork or beef.', 
       price: '$4.99'
       name: 'Chongqing-Style Dry-Fried Chicken With Chilies',
       description: 'It consists of marinated, deep-fried pieces of chicken stir-fried with Sichuan chilly bean paste, Sichuan peppers, garlic, and ginger. Toasted sesame seeds and sliced spring onions are used to garnish the dish.',
       price: '$9.99', 
       name: 'Sichuan Boiled Fish',
       description: 'Fresh fish meat is "boiled in water" to cook it, but only after the water has been infused with various aromatics to create a rich and flavorful broth.', 
       price: '$10.99'
       name: 'Dry-fried green beans',
       description: 'Beans with blistered skins and snappy interiors, and tossed with chili-flavored oil, Sichuan peppercorns, scallions, garlic, ginger, and chopped preserved mustard root.', 
       price: '$8.99',
       name: 'Grilled Asparagus',
       description: 'Burned asparagus with white milky soup, crispy and refreshing.', 
       price: '$19.99'


Finally, use CSS and React-Bootstrap to make the site look pretty.


We will be grading the following aspects of your work. There are 55 points total.

Assignments must be committed to Github by the end of class on the due date (commit early and often). Failing to commit by the end of class on the due date will result in a 0.


  1. Completed ReactJS Doc quick start Tutorial (5 points)
  2. Completed resturant web application (50 points)
    • Setup React Appcorrectly (5 points)
    • restaurant website (45 points):
      • Header and Footer are working(8 points)
      • All cuisines are listed in tables, with names, descriptions and prices properly displayed. At no time should your website be refrreshed. (10 points)
      • Search bar, working correctly (12 points)
        • Include a search bar(2 points)
        • Dynamic search works(10 points)
      • Nevigation link works, and takes you to another view (10 points)
    • BootStrapping
      • Site looks good, intuitive, and professional (5 points)