Integrated Application Development

Course Overview


The above diagram illustrates the major components of this course.
Part 1 – Server Side Concepts (MVC, PDO, PHP Arrays)
Part 2 – Client side technologies: Responsive Web Design (RWD), Bootstrap, and the introduction of JavaScript
Part 3 – Client side technologies: JavaScript / jQuery, Ajax / JSON
Part 4 – Client side technologies: Geolocation in HTML5, Local Storage and Session Storage in HTML5
Office Hours
  • Tues 4pm-5pm (SP200 / MIS3502 clinic)
  • Wed 10am-11am (SP209 Office)
  • Thurs 1pm-2:30pm (SP200 / MIS3501 clinic)
  • Other times by appointment
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