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Hi! This is Chris Converse, and this is a course on creating in interactive map for your web site. I want to start by showing the final project inside of the exercise files that you can download as part of the course. So inside of the Final Project folder I am going to open up the html file. So what we are going to be creating is this interactive map. We are going to have a dropdown menu in the lower left-hand area. Selecting different items in the dropdown menu will change the dots that are plotted across the map. So if I come over here and select Europe, for example, any dot that is not on Europe will fade away and only the dots that are assigned to Europe will show up.
Now one of the advantages of a framework like jQuery is that the code that we develop for one platform will work across the other platform and devices as well. So here we are looking at the exact same user experience over in Windows 7 on IE 9, and I can come in here and click on the individual dots, change the form menu, and get exactly the same user experience we were just looking at over on the Mac platform in Safari. Now in addition to computer screens, we can also take a look at this across mobile devices. So I want to bring up an Android simulator here showing us the handheld device.
I can come in here and tap the individual dots on an Android phone and see the same exact user experience or even come in to a Tablet simulator and take a look at the same user experience running on an iPad simulator as well. I can hit Command+Right Arrow to rotate this, hold the option to pinch up, tap and move around, tap on the individual dots and see the content change here as well. So I hope this sound interesting to you and if so, let's get started with the first movie.
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