IMS 257 Web Interaction Programming (3)

Covers the basic coding patterns and practices present in all programming languages with an emphasis on those languages most common in web and mobile application platforms. It will take students through the fundamentals of algorithm design and then move on to expressing those designs in several popular languages. Because of the focus on web environments, this course will also explore the difference between presentation (such as with HTML) and interactivity (such as with JavaScript). The web and mobile focus will also lead to rudimentary discussions on client/server architectures and what content delivery choices are available when a mobile device such as a smartphone or a tablet have such strong technical capabilities. No prior experience in web authoring is required.

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