COP2840 Internet Programming3 credit hour(s) | Fall
Prerequisite(s): satisfactory completion of .
This hands-on programming course provides students with a theoretical foundation and applied skills required to use server-side programming languages such as PHP in development of dynamic web applications. An integrated approach to Web development ties it to the XHTML and CSS environments and establishes PHP’s place in the Web development process. Functional examples and comprehensive hands-on lab activities will reinforce the concepts presented and demonstrate how MySQL goes hand-in-hand with PHP to establish database connectivity and interactivity. Students will learn how to use a server-side database to insert, update, retrieve, sort and search data through a client-side interface. Emphasis will be on building and maintaining dynamic and interactive Web applications. Contact: 3 hours.
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