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  Jan 19, 2018
 
 
    
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CST 231 - Advanced Internet Programming Languages


Teaches students how to use Advanced Internet Programming languages, provides an overview of current Internet programming packages, discusses the advantages and disadvantages of each, discusses issues specific to Web-site development including server requirements, system/user operating systems, end-user environments, screen resolutions, programming, maintenance, evolving standards and government mandated handicap access/features. Students will learn to use the industry’s current Internet programming languages.

Prerequisite- Corequisite
Prerequisite:  CST 131 Internet Programming Languages

Credits: 3
Hours
2 Class Hours, 2 Laboratory Hours
Course Profile
Learning Outcomes of the Course:

Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

  1. Demonstrate how to research good web page design.
  2. Design and create a complete web page site using good design and programming techniques with a local site.
  3. Write and debug code to create web pages with tables and page layout, links, images, forms, templates and style sheets.
  4. Write and debug code to create web pages with layers, image maps, and navigation bars.
  5. Write and debug code to create web pages with animation and behaviors, and media objects.
  6. Demonstrate proficiency with all the above tools in the current popular web development package.
  7. Demonstrate “teamwork” by working in a team to achieve good teamwork skills co-developing web pages.
  8. Demonstrate the use of the“backend”of the web page, by using a database to populate the webpage and update the database.
  9. Create web pages that will take into account different screen resolutions.
  10. Create web pages that adhere to government mandated handicap access/features.
  11. Demonstrate the ability to select and recommend servers, operating system and hardware needed to run webpages.




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