This project-oriented course will enable students to use various techniques for building browser-based applications for dynamically generated websites, e-commerce, web-enabled enterprise computing, and other applications that require web access to server-based resources. Particular attention will be paid to methods for making web-based applications efficient, maintainable, and flexible. The course will use at least two sets of tools: servlets/JSP and a higher-level Java-based framework such as JSF 2.0. Major topics will include handling HTTP request information, generating HTTP response data, tracking sessions, designing custom tag libraries or components, page templating, asynchronously page updates with Ajax, and separating content from presentation through use of the MVC architecture. Additional topics may include HTML5, database access techniques for web apps, web app security, and dependency injection in web apps (e.g., with the Spring framework).
Course prerequisites: 
605.481 Principles of Enterprise Web Development or equivalent Java experience.
Course notes: 
Formerly 605.782 Web Application Development with Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP).
Course instructor: 
Chaikin, Chittargi, Hall, Shyamsunder

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