32549 Advanced Internet Programming6cp; 3hpw (1hr collaborative lecture, 2hrs laboratory)
Requisite(s): 32516 Internet Programming
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses. See access conditions.
In this subject students create sophisticated web applications for deployment to production. The subject provides knowledge and skills in advanced internet technologies particularly related to server-side internet programming and business-to-business systems. It covers topics relevant to advanced internet programming including web development stacks, n-tier architectures, standards, transactions, security, dependency injection, layering, web-service integration, and deployment.
The subject is run as a simulation of a technology-based startup or an in-house software development project. Students create a prototype for a simple idea. Throughout the session, students iteratively improve their prototype and apply the subject content to ensure that their prototype is secure, reliable, maintainable, well-designed and can handle real-world customers. Hands-on laboratory exercises and group activities give students practice in internet programming and develop their ability to problem-solve, collaborate and develop communication skills. Outside class, students are required to engage in self-directed learning and with their professional community.
Spring session, City campus
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125