Web Programming II—Interactive Web Applications
Class: M/W 2–3:15pm, LSB 312
Instructor: Henry Feild, Ph.D.
Office Hours: M/W/F 11am–12pm; Th. 10–11am in LSB 113.
Unless otherwise noted, projects are due by the beginning of Tuesday's class of the week listed.
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|1||Jan. 24, 26||HTML + Server side basics||
Git Codecademy course
PHP Codecademy course
Command line Codecademy course
HTML+CSS Codecademy course
|2||Jan. 31, Feb. 4||Server-side state||
PHP cookies (w3schools)
PHP sessions (w3schools)
|3||Feb. 7, 9||Client-side state||HTML5 Local Storage (w3schools)|
|4||Feb. 14, 16||Authentication||
Password storage (crackstation.net)
|5||Feb. 21, 23||RESTful APIs||
||Exam 1 (2/21)|
|–||Feb. 28||No class—Faculty/student internship conferences|
|6||Mar. 2||RESTful APIs (cont'd)|
|7||Mar. 7, 9||AJAX, Single page applications||
jQuery Codecademy course
|Mar. 11–19||No class—Spring break|
|8||Mar. 21, 23||Databases||
SQL Codecademy course
||FP.1 (Thur., 3/23)|
|9||Mar. 28, 30||Frameworks||
Web frameworks (wikipedia)
||Exam 2 (3/28)|
|10||Apr. 4, 6||Security||
Web security (wikipedia)
SQL injection (wikipedia)
DOS attack (wikipedia)
|11||Apr. 11, 13||Testing/Debugging||
|12||Apr. 18, 20||Advanced topics|
|14||May 2, 4||Wrapping up||Exam 3 (5/4)|
|–||May 9||Final Presentations in LSB 312, 10:15am–12:15pm||FP.3|
Most Tuesdays will begin with a short quiz concentrating on the material covered the previous week in class and from the readings. Paper notes may be used, but no electronic resources. There will be no quizzes during weeks with exams. Not all quizzes will necessarily be graded.
Each week there will be a short homework. Each will consist of two parts: questions based on the readings from that week (these will be submitted via Canvas), and continuations of code we worked on in class (these will be submitted via GitLab). These will generally be due before Tuesday's class.
The Final project (FP) consists of three major milestones.
- Final project overview