web401 | undergraduate

Web Development

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This course covers topics such as designing dynamic web pages and an introduction to Java and Java applets. Emphasis is placed upon the appropriate use of web programming tools.



This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Duration: 5 weeks

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    HTML 5 and CSS Overview

    • Explain HTML 5 and HTML 4.

    • Use HTML 5 and CSS to create a login page of a web application.

    Applying JavaScript® Language to HTML

    • Use the Document Object Model (DOM) structure to deploy JavaScript® functions.
    • Apply the JavaScript® language to manipulate user interaction and page lifecycle.

    Incorporating CSS Into JavaScript® and HTML Languages

    • Design a small website.

    • Create a dynamic website using XHTML, CSS, and JavaScript ® languages.
    • Critique a peer design.

    Web Security

    • Managing cookies through JavaScript® language to help secure a website.
    • Identify techniques to secure a website.

    Comparing and Contrasting Java™ and JavaScript® Languages and Java™ Applets

    • Create a simple applet.  
    • Explain the differences between Java™ and JavaScript® languages.

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