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NWCCD 2018-19 Catalog [This is an Archived Catalog.]

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INET 1650 - Web Programming I


This course covers JavaScript programming language.  Students learn about such topics as statements, comments, variables, conditions, loops, functions, and arrays.  The course focuses on client-side JavaScript and the manipulation of the web page DOM and canvas.  Students learn to write web applications that process and report data based on user input.

Credits: 3

Instructional Method Lecture

Prerequisites:
COSC 1010 Introduction To Computer Science I with a C or better. INET 1580 Web Page Authoring or good understanding of HTML/CSS recommended.

Minimum Student Competencies
Upon completion of INET 1650 Web Programming I , the student will:

  1. describe the DOM.
  2. create web applications to solve real and simulated problems.
  3. apply proper programming techniques.
  4. analyze debugging messages.
  5. demonstrate a systematic method of problem solving.
  6. utilize basic data structures, conditionals, arrays and other elements when creating web applications.
  7. organize JavaScript code that facilitates maintenance.
  8. develop functions to optimize code reuse.
  9. author comments in code to clearly document web applications.
  10. use industry tools to design, develop and maintain web applications.


Program Outcomes
Web Development AAS

PO#1 Use markup languages to present information in web pages.

PO#2 Use web technologies to build interactive components on a web page.

PO#6 Apply programming knowledge in the creation and maintenance of programs and scripts.



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