Introduction to Internet Programming & Web Applications (CSTP 1206)

Building on the foundation learned in CSTP 1106, students are further exposed to Javascript as a main scripting language on the web on both the client and server side. Related frameworks and runtime environments such as Node.js and Express.js are introduced.

Students learn how to use the MVC (Model-View-Controller) template to design and develop web applications that work through browsers and have both client side and server side dynamic back-ends. Students develop hands-on projects using No-SQL databases such as MongoDB, Postgresql and the use of REST API (Representational State Transfer) frameworks. Students will be able to use Javascript in depth for both front end and back end components of simple Web applications. Students will use a Git repository to document their progress throughout their projects.
Course code: CSTP 1206
Credits: 3.0
Length: 60.0 hours
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CSTP 1105, CSTP 1106.

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