Course: Web Development

Lecturer: Monge

Location: MH223

Times:

Lecture

Date

Time

1

T 7/14

9:00 - 10:30

2

Th 7/16

9:00 - 10:30

3

Th 7/16

10:45 - 12:00

4

W 7/22

13:15 - 14:45

5

W 7/22

15:00 - 16:30

6

Th 7/23

13:15 - 14:45

7

Th 7/23

15:00 - 16:30

8

F 7/24

13:15 - 14:45

9

F 7/24

15:00 - 16:30

 

Student Roster:

Blanc

Patrick

HEIG-VD

Blanc1

Xavier

HEIG-VD

Blanchard

Nicolas

HEIG-VD

CHANDRAGIRI

Chinmay

ASU

COLESON

Andrew

ASU

DANG

Quoc-Viet

CSULB

DELVAUX

Michael

HEIG-VD

DESAI

Nitisha

ASU

Deng

David

SJSU

Gosranin

Sheetal

SJSU

Hsieh

Julie

SJSU

Jaggi

Christophe

HEIG-VD

Jimenez

Lorena

CSULB

LALLATHIN

Geddy

CSULB

LUMPKIN

Barry

ASU

Marchal

Jonathan

HEIG-VD

Mulani

Deepika

SJSU

NARAYANAN

Bharadhwaj

ASU

Nagoga

Mikhail

HEIG-VD

ORTIZ

Alex

CSULB

PUIPPE

DAVID

HEIG-VD

Patil

Ashlesha

SJSU

RODRIGUEZ

Bernandina

CSULB

Rollinet

Sylvain

HEIG-VD

SINGH

Nishant

ASU

Tran

Thai

SJSU

Tran1

Denny

SJSU

VAN HOY

Jarryd

CSULB

Wolckers

Noe

HEIG-VD

ZAMOFING

LAURENT

HEIG-VD

 

Description

Web technologies III: Web technologies

Instructor: Alvaro Monge, California State University Long Beach

Evaluation: homework, quizzes, project

Prerequisites:

         At least one year of programming (C++, Java)

         Knowledge of data modeling and database fundamentals (SQL)

 

This course will study client as well as server Web technologies. On the client side, we will focus on DOM, XHTML, Javascript, and CSS. On the server, we will learn some basic PHP programming to generate dynamic content. Much of the focus of the class will be on generating web pages that follow the standards set out by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). Special focus will be given to Web accessibility. Some historical aspects of the web will be included throughout the course. On the server side, we'll learn about maintaining session state across page requests.