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31748 Programming on the Internet

6cp
Requisite(s): (31268 Web Systems AND (31267 Programming Fundamentals OR 31465 Object-oriented Programming OR 31488 Programming Foundations OR 31508 Programming Fundamentals OR 48023 Programming Fundamentals))
Anti-requisite(s): 31336 Internet Middleware Programming AND 32516 Internet Programming
Recommended studies: basic knowledge of programming languages and Unix systems

Undergraduate

Description

This subject introduces students to the specifics of the World Wide Web (WWW) and internet-based programming. The evolution of the internet and its technical foundation is studied as well as basic techniques for presenting data, text and pictures on the WWW. The subject focuses on PHP (hypertext preprocessor), MySQL (backend database), JavaScript, AJAX, XML and Object Oriented PHP. This subject provides a sound basis for understanding how the WWW functions, how to construct websites and how to write software for the WWW using advanced scripting techniques.

Typical availability

Autumn session, City campus


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