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Advanced Topics in Web Development - Fall 2009

by Dr. Tony Pittarese, Computer and Information Sciences,

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This course will cover advanced Web coding concepts and teach students how to add an extra layer of usability to a Web page using a current scripting language or tool. Students will learn how to create, accessible modern web applications that integrate current Web standards. Course content will include: JavaScript, AJAX, and other Web 2.0 related techniques and technologies. **ATTN: PODCAST LISTENERS** For example source code and lecture slides, see the link at the left "Slides to accompany Podcasts"

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Make sure you grab the slides

The slides and source code are available under the Links section in iTunes (top/left in my version).
Make sure you grab these they are essential to following along with the lecture.

Slides for students only

It appears when using the link mentioned in the class description, it sends you to "D2L", the schools website that requires you to be a student to access the materials. Without the slides and source code, the audio isn't all that helpful. When Dr. Pittarese decides to put the information on an open server, it'll be useful to people not enrolled in East Tennessee State.

Audio only

This is not very useful video or slides.

Advanced Topics in Web Development - Fall 2009
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  • Category: Computer Science
  • Language: English

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