COMP 424: Client-Side Web Design

Credit Hours

3

Prerequisites

COMP 271: Data Structures and COMP 413: Intermediate Object-Oriented Development

All MS students are expected to have completed the undergraduate prerequisites:

Please note that MS IT students are expected to complete all prerequisites before taking any course in CS or the Quinlan School of Business. (This includes any additional prerequisites required by Quinlan.)

Description

This course provides an in-depth study of the concepts and methods required for the design and implementation of the presentation layer of a web application. Topics include visual design, usability design, multi-channel and multi-modal applications, markup of static and dynamic content, content transformation, client-side executable content including client-side scripting and embedded applets, and web-based content management systems. Coursework includes several substantial programming projects (using technologies such as XHTML, XSTL, DHTML, JavaScript, PHP/ASP/JSP, Flash, and Zope/Plone).

Syllabi

Topic Semester/Year Instructor URL
Client Side Web Design Fall 2014 Dr. Albert http://comp424.pacsites.org