This course examines three major topics in the development of applications for the World Wide Web. The first is website development using HTML and related standards. The second is the implementation of client-side applications using the Java programming language, including user interface development, asynchronously event handling, multithreaded programming, and network programming. Distributed object protocols via RMI or CorBA and distributed database access via JDBC may also be introduced. The third topic is the design of server-side web applications, for which students will examine the underlying web protocol (HTTP), the development of client-side interfaces (e.g., via HTML forms), and the implementation of server-side programs (e.g., via Java servlets or traditional CGI). Prerequisite(s): 605.202 Data Structures.
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