Integrated Application Development

Jeremy Shafer

Getting ready for MIS3502

Hello class,

Here are two things you can do to get ready for MIS3502 this spring.

#1 Install the software:

(Installation videos provide the necessary links and instructions.  Yes, these are the same software titles you used in MIS3501.)

For PC Users:

  1. XAMPP ( INSTALLATION VIDEO)
  2. NetBeans IDE for HTML5 and PHP ( INSTALLATION VIDEO )
  3. Notepad++ ( INSTALLATION VIDEO )
  4. SSH client / Log into the class server ( INSTALLATION VIDEO )

For Mac Users:

  1. XAMPP ( INSTALLATION VIDEO )
  2. NetBeans IDE for HTML5 and PHP ( INSTALLATION VIDEO )
  3. BBEdit ( INSTALLATION VIDEO )
  4. FileZilla / Log into the class server ( INSTALLATION VIDEO )

#2 Get the textbooks

(REQUIRED) Murach’s JQuery (2nd Edition) by Zac Ruvalcaba and Anne Boehm, ISBN 978-1-890774-91-2 (either print or electronic is acceptable)

(OPTIONAL) Murach’s PHP and MySQL (2nd Edition) by Joel Murach and Ray Harris, ISBN 978-1-890774-79-0 (either print or electronic is acceptable)

See you soon.

-Prof Shafer

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