Web Application Architectures

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Syllabus

 Week One – Module 1: Introduction and Background 
  Lecture 1: Historical Perspective
  Lecture 2: What is a Web Application?
  Lecture 3: Web 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 Application Architectures
  Lecture 4: Design Patterns
  Lecture 5: Setting up Your Development Environment
Week Two – Module 2: Ruby on Rails
  Lecture 1: Rails Overview
  Lecture 2: Your First Rails App
  Lecture 3: The Blog App – Iteration 1
  Lecture 4: Rails Philosophy
  Lecture 5: Version Control
  Lecture 6: Git and Rails
Week Three – Module 3: Database Interactions
  Lecture 1: Relational Databases
  Lecture 2: Databases in Rails
  Lecture 3: The Active Record Design Pattern
  Lecture 4: The Blog App – Iteration 2 (Associations)
  Lecture 5: The Blog App – Iteration 3 (Validations)
Week Four – Module 4: The Ruby Programming Language
  Lecture 1: Ruby Background
  Lecture 2: Classes and Inheritance
  Lecture 3: Objects and Variables
  Lecture 4: Strings, Regular Expressions and Symbols
  Lecture 5: Expressions and Control Structures
  Lecture 6: Collections, Blocks and Iterators
Week Five – Module 5: Middleware
  Lecture 1: What is Middleware?
  Lecture 2: The Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) – Introduction
  Lecture 3: HTTP – Request
  Lecture 4: HTTP – Response
  Lecture 5: The Model-View-Controller (MVC) Design Pattern
  Lecture 6: Rails Controllers – Request Handling
  Lecture 7: Rails Controllers – Response
  Lecture 8: MVC Implementation in Rails
  Lecture 9: The Blog App – Iteration 4
Week Six – Module 6: Presentation/User Interface
  Lecture 1: Introduction and Background
  Lecture 2: HTML – Basic Syntax
  Lecture 3: HTML – Document Structure
  Lecture 4: HTML – Forms
  Lecture 5: Dynamic Content
  Lecture 6: Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
  Lecture 7: JavaScript and jQuery
  Lecture 8: Ajax
  Lecture 9: The Blog App – Iteration 5

Prerequisite

None.

Instructors

  • Greg Heileman - Electrical and Computer Engineering

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