A348 Mastering the World Wide Web Syllabus

  Modified

 

Class Schedule
  Reading Homework
10 May Client/Server (Browsers/Web Servers)
HTML WWW Chapters 4 and 5
Client side programming
Enrichment
    JavaScript WWW Chapters 7-12, 16
    Content management - mambo
    Chapters 1, 2 of Guide to Web Publishing
    Basic Networking Protocols (TCP/IP, HTTP). Chapters 1 and 2.
 
17 Setting up a Server - Windows and IIS. Chapter 21.
Server Side Programming - ASP using JScript, VBScript. ActiveX.  Chapter 25.
ASP/ADO Databases
Start Project.
1
24 XML and XSL Introduction - WWW Chapter 20
ASP/ADO/XML/XSL
Enhancement
     Chapter 5 of Guide to Web Publishing 
2
31 Visitor Data - Hidden variables/Cookies. Chapter 25.7 and 27.9. 
User Session handling.
3
7 June Error Handling
SecurityDynamic Graphics. Java Applets.
Project Finish Discussion
4
14 Project finish, critique and wrap up.
Protocols, Web Services and .NET 
5
21 Project Due 5:30pm Project
Finish

 

Course Details
Instructor:
Name: Raymond F. Wisman
Office: LF-122
Phone: 941-2465
Email: rwisman@ius.edu
Web: www.ius.edu/rwisman
Class:
Meetings: LF-105 W 7:30-9:00 pm
Prerequisites: C202
No Text Required

Recommended
References

Internet and World Wide Web: How to Program 3e by Deitel, Deitel, and Goldberg. ISBN 0-13-145091-3.
User-Centered Website Development by McCracken and Wolfe ISBN 0-13-041161-2
Usability for the Web
by Brinck, Gergle and Wood ISBN 1-55860-658-0
Web Design by Powell. ISBN 0-07-212297-8
Software: Microsoft .Net and Office XP  (IUS Bookstore check out) or Download Free
Resources:        Recommended books, guides, tutorials, software available on Web
Course Goals: See A348 Course Goals
Laboratory
LF111

Consultant:

 Ryan Weathers gamefan256@yahoo.com
Student:
Grade Scale:
Grade Book:
A+ 97% - 100%    A  93% - 96%        A-  90% - 92%
B+ 87% -  89%     B  83% - 86%        B-  80% - 82%
C+ 77% -  79%     C  73% - 76%        C-  70% - 72%
D+ 67% -  69%     D  63% - 66%        D-  60% - 62%
F  0% -   59%
Course Evaluation:
6     Homework Assignments 36%
S     Exercises 24%
1     Project 40% 
Homework: Due at the start of class. Many of the homework assignments will be discussed on the due date and can not be turned in late. In extreme circumstances it may be possible to accept late homework. No work can be accepted after 5pm, June 21.
Exercises: Generally completed in class but occasionally completed outside and demonstrated at next class.
Project: A comprehensive project to implement a significant Web client/server application.
Academic Ethics: All work is subject to the Indiana University Code of Student Ethics.
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