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George Mason University

SWE 432: Design and Implementation of Software for the Web

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Teaches how to develop software for web applications. Covers client-server computing, theories of usable graphical user interfaces, and models for web-based information retrieval and processing. Goals are to understand how to design usable software interfaces and implement them on web, learn how to build software that accepts information from users across web and returns data to user, and understand how to interact with database engines to store and retrieve information. Specific topics are HTML, CGI programming, Java, Java applets, Javascripts, and Java servlets.

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Limited to 2 Attempts


Teaches how to develop software for web applications. Covers client-server computing, theories of usable graphical user interfaces, and models for web-based information retrieval and processing. Goals are to understand how to design usable software interfaces and implement them on web, learn how to build software that accepts information from users across web and returns data to user, and understand how to interact with database engines to store and retrieve information. Specific topics are HTML, CGI programming, Java, Java applets, Javascripts, and Java servlets.

Hours of Lecture or Seminar per week: 3

Credits: 3

Prerequisites:

Grade of C or better in MATH 125 and CS 310.

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