COMP 3613 has been replaced by COMP 3656. This intermediate level course continues from COMP 2613 and prepares experienced Java application developers to move on to higher level courses in Advanced Java Web Development. Students will receive an introduction to Java web application development and design, plus be introduced to the model view controller (MVC), with an emphasis on the controller for Java web development. Hands-on labs and exercises continue with an introduction to Java EE; starting with an examination of the Servlet API and the Servlet life cycle. Topics include: an introduction to JavaServer Pages and Expression Language (JSP & JSP-EL). Further examination of JDBC, JavaBean Design, Applets, Internationalisation, Multi-threading, and Security for Encryption. Successful participants will be able to build and deploy well designed basic Java Web applications to industry standards. Upon completion, students may register for COMP 4613 - Advanced Java Web Development.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
Effective as of Fall 2014
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