Fall 2011 Course Descriptions

COMP 120-01 Web Engineering

M. Chow
TR 6:00p-7:15p, Halligan Hall 111B
N+ Block

Web applications are complex systems that deliver a plethora of functionality to a large number of users, and also exhibit unique behaviors and demands in terms of performance, scalability, usability, and security. Web engineering is an emerging and multidisciplinary process that is used to create quality web applications. This course will discuss the limits of current web technologies, the similarities and differences between web and software engineering, design, information and service architectures, content management, and testing disciplines. Frameworks such as Rails, Spring, and Symfony will be emphasized and used. Projects will involve search, cloud computing, location-based services, and mobile web development.

Prerequisite: Comp 15 and Comp 20, or Consent of Instructor.

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