Last Updated - 5th June 2018,,/:°±²³ ´ /RXIVRIX (''TTPMGEXMSRW**IZIPSTQIRXMonash University (Caulfield Campus)1Introduction to Web Development & ASP.NETPrepared by - Jian Liew
8SKO`XXX\TTWOO\TTUM ;[[[ZZZQI]UU[SSSKaYYY TL]UU`XXX ZZZVNSK A\TTWOOZZZAt the completion of this unit students will be able to:●demonstrate the impact of the history of web applications development on current web-technology●design, construct and publish web-database applications;●analyse and critique the key technological issues confronting developers building web-database applications●test the key features of programming languages which are commonly used for developing web-database application;●assess the MVC design pattern and construct a web-database application using the MVC design pattern;●apply, analyse and critique a professional approach towards thedevelopment of web-database applications2
Assessment For FIT5!$3#2Internal Assessment•50% Learning and Portfolio Submission•This internal assessment consist of not only weekly submissions but also the completion of a "mini" website project.Exam•50% Exams4
Amount of programming needed●The amount of programming needed for this subject is actually GSRWMHIVEFP] WQEPPIV MRGSQTEVMWSR XS SXLIV WYFNIGXWµ●In this subject, we will be using tools which are ready made for us to simplify the development process, but it is still important for us to understand how to properly utilise the tools.●In other words, we will try “not reinvent the wheel”.●However, at the end of the day everything depends on the context. This subject is designed so that we try to avoid “reinventing the wheel”. In real life, however often times there are times when reinventing the wheel is needed.●That being said, it is important to understand the basics of what we will be using.5
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