This course looks at application development in depth, currently focusing on development of World Wide Web applications. Several large projects are completed, including developing testing and performance measuring frameworks.
Offered fall semester in even numbered years.
This course is taught by Dr. DeJongh or Dr. McFall.
Comments from Previous Students:
A first course in state-of-the-practice programming applications. This will include a study of logical structures, graphical user interfaces, forms, menus, files, and event processing. It will also include a study of object-oriented programming, classes, objects, database access, SQL, scripting languages, and class modules. Prerequisite: Computer Science 112 or 114 and 235. Offered even years.
Four Credits Staff Fall Semester