Dynamic Web Development 1 | Abertay University

Dynamic Web Development 1

Description

This module introduces the student to dynamic web applications, through client-side and server side internet development.

Aims

The aim of this module is to provide the student with the necessary skills to develop dynamic web applications, providing client-side and server-side interaction.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this module the student should be able to:

1.  Describe and apply web standards using HTTP, HTML5 and CSS to develop responsive designs.

2.  Apply JavaScript, libraries, and frameworks to create effective user interfaces within an appropriate development practice and methodology.

3.  Describe and implement dynamic applications that include the use of relevant data persistence, client-side technologies, and server-side technologies.

4.  Discuss relevant legal and security issues in relation to dynamic web applications.

Indicative Content

1 Web standards

Application of HTML5 and CSS to develop responsive designs.

2 Client-side technologies

Implementation of JavaScript, libraries, and frameworks to create effective user interfaces within an appropriate development practice and methodology.

3 Design techniques

Appropriate techniques for dynamic web applications.

4 Data persistence

The use of relevant data persistence and consideration of appropriate use.

5 Server-side scripting technologies;

Using server-side technologies to provide functionality. Consideration of the processes involved, and the benefits/drawbacks of processing on the server.

6 Security and legal issues

Consider legal and security issues including privacy, transparency, data protection, authorisation and validation.

7 Practical aspects of security

Appropriate use of network protocols, secure programming, and testing strategies.

Statement on Teaching, Learning and Assessment

Students will receive a series of lectures supported by practical laboratory sessions tutorials. In the laboratory sessions sample applications will be provided with the intention that students develop and extended these applications to explore relevant issues and topics using directed worksheets. Underpinning theory and concepts will be introduced in lectures and further reinforced through the practical sessions.

Teaching and Learning Work Loads

Total 200
Lecture 12
Tutorial/Seminar 12
Supervised Practical Activity 24
Unsupervised Practical Activity 0
Assessment 80
Independent 72



Guidance notes

Credit Value – The total value of SCQF credits for the module. 20 credits are the equivalent of 10 ECTS credits. A full-time student should normally register for 60 SCQF credits per semester.


Disclaimer

We make every effort to ensure that the information on our website is accurate but it is possible that some changes may occur prior to the academic year of entry. The modules listed in this catalogue are offered subject to availability during academic year 2018/19 , and may be subject to change for future years.