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159.339 Internet Programming Paper Coordinator: Dr. Napoleon H. Reyes, Ph.D. Computer Science Institute of Information and Mathematical Sciences Rm. 2.38 QA, or IIMS Lab 1.10, Albany Campus email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel. No.: 64 9 4140800 x 9512 or 41572 Fax No.: 64 9 441 8181 159.339
159.339 Topics for Discussion Pre-requisites Course Overview Learning Outcomes Texts and Course Material Assessment Course Schedule
159.339 Pre-requisites Programming experience of some sort (C, Java), in this course we will use mainly PHP Knowledge of OO approach is useful, but not essential (as covered in 159.234)
Student Responsibility Note: If a student cannot attend lectures/tutorials it is the student’s responsibility to find out what was discussed in lectures / tutorials (possible changes to assignments, questions & answers).
159.339 Texts and Course Material Dynamic Web Application Development using PHP and MySQL by Simon Stobart & David Parsons Main text book Other References http://www.w3schools.com http://massey.ac.nz/~nhreyes/159339.htm
159.339 Working definition. Programming to:Working definition. Programming to: – Access and deliver data across the Internet – Enable functionality distributed across the Internet This is a computer science course on Internet programmingThis is a computer science course on Internet programming What is Internet Programming?
159.339 What is Internet Programming? Technologies that support Web based applications Server Side Application Programming Client side programming Database driven applications
159.339 What is NOT Internet Programming? Not Low level network programming Socket level programming (159334!) Not Implementing Network Protocols TCP/IP, UDP (159334!) Not Client side Graphical User Interfaces IS (157.___!) Not a “how to” design a cool fancy website
159.339 Relation with other courses The computer networks course (159.334) deals with low-level network programmingThe computer networks course (159.334) deals with low-level network programming – Socket level programming – Implementing Network Protocols – TCP/IP, UDP Client side Graphical User InterfacesClient side Graphical User Interfaces – Courses offered by IT (158.XXX) – (Designing cool websites).NET programming.NET programming – IT courses – Microsoft training courses
159.339 Course Schedule 1. Introduction – nuts and bolts of the Internet, TCP/IP, www, IP stack, HTTP protocol 2. Web content, HTML, Web server 3. Client-side Programming – Java script, Event handling, HTML Document Model 4. PHP programming 5. Persistence: Cookies and Sessions
159.339 Course Schedule 6.Security Issues 7.Database Access - Using MySQL, database driven applications. 8.Java Servlets 9.Java Server Pages and more HTML 10.Other Internet Programming Technologies – Java Beans, JSP Standard Tag Library, J2EE 11.Web services and XML - SOAP, WSDL, UDDI
159.339 Implement server side applications. Learning Outcomes Implement database driven Internet applications using PHP/MySQL/Webserver. Apply the Internet Programming design concepts in solving real world problems. On successful completion of the course, the students should be able to: Identify the advantages and disadvantages of various Internet Programming techniques to real world problems. Demonstrate knowledge of new and emerging internet programming technologies.
159.339 Relation to the Internet Protocol Stack
159.339 Server Side Application Programming Web servers Apache, Xitami, Netscape Application Server, IIS server etc. Cgi programming, server api, perl, php Application Servers Sun ONE J2EE server, BEA Weblogic, IBM Websphere, tomcat, jboss, jonas, etc.
159.339 Client-side programming Browser-Based Clients HTML + DHTML Applets Clients run in a sand box, secure environment Application Based Clients Heavy and Light Clients with full access to local machine
159.339 Database-driven applications Up-to-date web content Ease of Management Flexibility in Delivery Multiple output formats Individualised Web Content
159.339 Common Web-Based design patterns Shopping Carts Session Façade Model-View-Controller Web Services User Login
159.339 Assessment At least 2 assignments: 40% Final Exam (3 hours): 60% The course will be assessed by a combination of practical and theoretical works. CLOSED BOOKThere will be 2 practical assignments and one three hour exam. The exam will be a CLOSED BOOK exam. All assignments will be submitted electronically.
159.339 Assessment Program solutions that do not compile or do not run in our laboratories get 0 marks. Late assignments will be penalized Assignments may be completed in groups all members of the group should be named in the source file of each assignment, including the contribution of each member. All submitted assignments will have to be accompanied by a short documentation as well. There can be at most 3 members in a group.
159.339 Assessment Each group member will receive the same grade. Students in a team have the authority (in consultation with the lecturer) to "expel" any member that does not meet obligations. The collaboration is limited only to members within each group. It is the students’ responsibility to check their assignment marks and notify in writing any errors they might find no later than 10 days after the day the marks were made available.