Nov 26, 2020  
2019-2020 Academic Catalog 
    
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INT-1850 Client-Side Web Development


Credits 3
As a continuation of INT-1800 , HTML/XHTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are used to design and create Web pages. These Web pages are further enhanced by including advanced elements of HTML, such as forms and frames and by adding multi-media elements, such as audio, video, and animation. JavaScript is further used to make HTML documents interactive. Other topics discussed include the Document Object Model, the object-based features of JavaScript, and use of a debugger to debug JavaScript code.
Prerequisite(s): INT-1800  with grade of C or higher.
(Formerly CIS-1850. Students may not receive credit for both CIS-1850 and INT-1850.)
2 class/2 lab hours.
(Not offered summer.)

Course Outcomes
  1. Build Web pages that include links, lists, graphics, divs, JavaScript code, and advanced formatting features.
  2. Identity the common Internet graphic formats, their proper uses, and how to create client side image maps.
  3. Format HTML pages using nested divs and Cascading Style Sheets.
  4. Apply inline and embedded styles, style precedence, and style inheritance.
  5. Create JavaScript functions properly incorporating variables, expressions, operators, and arrays into syntactically-correct statements.
  6. Describe the object-based nature of the JavaScript Language. 
  7. Apply object methods, built-in functions in HTML pages.
  8. Create forms that can capture, validate, modify, and exchange data utilizing JavaScript and CGI scripts.
  9. Create form event handlers, methods, and properties.
  10. Apply several types of debugging techniques to identify and correct JavaScript and HTML programming errors.
  11. Describe Dynamic HTML and the Document Object Model.




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