410 Syllabus Fall 2009

410 Syllabus Fall 2009 - CIS 410 Web Application...

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CIS 410 – Web Application Development Department of Computer Information Systems College of Business Colorado State University Fall 2009 Instructor: Leo Vijayasarathy, Ph.D. Title: Associate Professor Office: 155 Rockwell Hall Phone: 491-0607 E-Mail: Leo.Vi[email protected] Office Hours: MW – 9:00 to 10:00 AM, 1:00 to 2:00 PM, and by appointment Class Days & Time: MWF 10:00 – 10:50 AM Class Location: 38 Rockwell Section ID: 65543 Course Description Web applications development is a complex and rapidly evolving field. There are a myriad of languages, techniques, technologies and tools that can be used to design, build and deliver a wide variety of content, services and products on the web. This course will cover some essential and popular languages/technologies for web development, namely, HTML, CSS, PHP, ASP .Net and XML. Course Objective Upon successful completion of the course, you should have the knowledge and skills to design and build functional web applications that are easy to use, interactive and dynamic. Textbooks I recommend that you have reference books or tutorials for HTML, PHP and ASP .Net. The bookstore should have the optional books listed below. You may choose from this set or buy others that are more suited to your learning style. HTML and XHTML – Comprehensive , Carey PHP 6, Meloni and Telles . Beginning ASP .Net 3.5, Spaanjaars Software You will need a text editor for writing your programs. TextPad and Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 will be available to you locally in Rockwell’s computer labs and remotely over the Web on E-Lab. If you wish to have a copy of the IDE on your own PC or laptop, a “light-weight” version of Visual Studio called Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition, is available for download at http://www.microsoft.com/express/vwd/ .
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For building PHP projects, you could also try NetBeans, which is available at http://www.netbeans.org/ . Course Materials Most course-related materials will be available through Outlook Public Folders (CIS410S1\Instructor Notes). In addition, you can track your progress in the course by viewing your grades on RamCT ( http://ramct.colostate.edu ). You will need your CSU eID to access this resource. If you do not have an eID, instructions for getting one are available at https://ramweb.colostate.edu/index.aspx . Please Note: The email address to send your assignments and other course-related submissions is [email protected] . Course Requirements for Grades Requirements Points Assignments (individual) HTML XML Project (group) Proposal PHP 50 60 50 150 ASP .Net Research Presentation (group) 150 50 In-class exercises and Quizzes 50 Total Points 560 The final course grade will be assigned based on the following scale: Total Points Letter Grade 521 and above A 504 – 520 A- 487 – 503 B+ 465 – 486 B 448 – 464 B- 420 – 447 C+ 392 – 419 C 336 – 391 D Below 336 F Assignments There will be two assignments for you to demonstrate HTML and XML knowledge and skills. These assignments
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