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ISTM 6205 : Internet Computing
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Information Systems Technology Management (ISTM)
Information Systems and Technology Management
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MSIST-MS: Information Systems Technology
School of Business
Information SystemsTechnology Management (ISTM)
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students in the MS in information systems technology program or with permission of the department
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ISTM 3119 or ISTM 6200
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Concepts, architectures, frameworks, and technology of web application development; the Internet as hardware and software architecture for creating business applications; web and web application servers, system development methods and techniques, client-side and server-side scripting. Completion of an undergraduate database course with a grade of B or above may be accepted for the prerequisite.
1. Understand the basic concept, principles and standards of the Internet, the World Wide Web (WWW), and the standard technologies of building a web site.
2. Understand the Model-View-Controller (MVC) frameworks for Web applications.
3. Understand the state-of-the-art web application development tools and languages for developing web applications.
4. Understand the use of user interface libraries, templates, and frameworks.
5. Design, develop, and maintain a user-interactive web site with database connection.
6. Know the alternative approaches to controlling the data transfer in Web applications.
7. Assess and manage the challenges underlying the development of stateless web applications.
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