Fall 2020 - CMPT 470 D100
Web-based Information Systems (3)
Class Number: 6648
Delivery Method: In Person
This course examines: two-tier/multi-tier client/server architectures; the architecture of a Web-based information system; web servers/browser; programming/scripting tools for clients and servers; database access; transport of programming objects; messaging systems; security; and applications (such as e-commerce and on-line learning).
This course will examine the architecture and technology of web-based information systems in a variety of application contexts. It will also serve as a practical introduction to the installation, configuration and operation of secure web services.
- Web server configuration.
- Web as multimedia and hypertext publication system: markup and style (HTML, CSS); WWW design issues; HTTP.
- Web as remote user interface in distributed computing systems: client-side scripting; server-side scripting; database integration; security.
- Various WWW-related techologies of interest which could include collaborative frameworks (Wikis, DAV), computer-to-computer communication (RPC, SOAP), middleware and enterprise, and emerging XML standards.
- Details of the marking scheme will be discussed in the first week of lecture. Students must attain an overall passing grade on the weighted average of exams in the course in order to obtain a clear pass (C- or better).
MATERIALS + SUPPLIES:
- Fundamentals of Web Development, Randy Connolly Ricardo Hoar, Pearson, 2018, 9780134481265
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TEACHING AT SFU IN FALL 2020
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