IT 339 Server-Side Web Development Frameworks
Advanced server-side web application servers and services to support MVC architectures and data and resources required in front-end frameworks. Development of server-side application services and APIs using current code libraries and frameworks. Research into application server frameworks and the comparative analysis of strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and problems.
- Lean NodeJS
- Manipulating the file system and sockets.
- Interacting with the database.
- Creating RESTful APIs.
- Employ Ajax requests.
- Use npm for package management.
- Use git for version control.
Node.js Web Development: Server-side Web Development Made Easy with Node 14 Using Practical Examples
Assignments: 60% (60 points)
Final Project: 40% (40 points)
On top of the regular assignments students will be given extra credit assignments. These are not mandatory but will give the students a chance to earn extra points.
No late assignments will be accepted without any exception, but 1 to 2 assignments with the lowest grade will be dropped ( 25%).
Students receiving more than 90% of possible points are guaranteed at least an A-, more than 80% at least a B-, more than 70% at least a C-, and more than 60% at least a D.
(IT 212 or CSC 242 or CSC 243) and IT 238
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