Programming for the Web
Upon completion of the course, the IST student will be able to identify basic concepts for programming for the web, including decentralized computing and shared information, client/server/database, e-commerce, design issues, and scalability issues, as demonstrated by miscellaneous tests. The student will also have experience with basic UNIX/NT programming skills, including system programming basics for webmasters, Unix, and NT systems, as demonstrated by completed projects. They will be able to utilize advanced HTML, DHTML concepts, including style sheets, dynamic content, and scripting events, as demonstrated by completed projects. The student will also understand basic concepts for databases/data warehousing/data mining, including information and the organization, database and database management system environments, the relational database model, and object-oriented database model, as demonstrated by miscellaneous tests. They will be able to identify basic concepts about XML, multimedia resources, GUI Programming Environments, such as Visual J++, Symantec Cafe, NetObject’s Fusion, and Dreamweaver (or the current equivalent environments. They will be able to utilize current programming technologies to produce functional programming code that enhances web page capabilities.