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Fall 2018
Jun 27, 2022
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Web Application Development - 21543 - CS 39000 - L01

For this offering of CS 39000 you must enroll in schedule types:
Laboratory (LAB) Lecture (LEC)

CRN Sec Type Cred Cap Act Rem Days Time Dates Location Instructor Notes
Choose one of these Laboratory sections:
21543 L01 LAB 0 24 24 M 11:30-1:20pm Aug20-Dec08 LWSN B158 Kolhe, N Students will gain practical experience developing web-based applications using current technologies and techniques. Topics include the history of web applications, an overview of current web application architectures, introduction to programming languages and network protocols used to develop web front-end user interfaces, state management options, developing back-end server components, using a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) for data storage, and using JavaScript Frameworks to create responsive and maintainable user interfaces.
21544 L02 LAB 0 24 23 1 M 1:30-3:20pm Aug20-Dec08 HAAS G040 Saxena, AN Students will gain practical experience developing web-based applications using current technologies and techniques. Topics include the history of web applications, an overview of current web application architectures, introduction to programming languages and network protocols used to develop web front-end user interfaces, state management options, developing back-end server components, using a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) for data storage, and using JavaScript Frameworks to create responsive and maintainable user interfaces.
21546 L03 LAB 0 24 22 2 M 3:30-5:20pm Aug20-Dec08 LWSN B158 Tewani, M Students will gain practical experience developing web-based applications using current technologies and techniques. Topics include the history of web applications, an overview of current web application architectures, introduction to programming languages and network protocols used to develop web front-end user interfaces, state management options, developing back-end server components, using a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) for data storage, and using JavaScript Frameworks to create responsive and maintainable user interfaces.
    And choose one of these Lecture sections:
21540 LE1 LEC 3 72 69 3 R 12:00-1:15pm Aug20-Dec08 LWSN B155 Dunsmore, HE
Tewani, M
Students will gain practical experience developing web-based applications using current technologies and techniques. Topics include the history of web applications, an overview of current web application architectures, introduction to programming languages and network protocols used to develop web front-end user interfaces, state management options, developing back-end server components, using a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) for data storage, and using JavaScript Frameworks to create responsive and maintainable user interfaces.


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