Web and Cloud Computing in IT

Course Description

This course is a survey of the technologies used for development of front-end applications, such as internet and client/server with a focus on database applications and software systems that solve a particular real-world problem. Students will understand and evaluate application design and external, conceptual and internal levels of databases. They will design and develop front-end applications using GUI/API, and server-side and client-side programming for modern relational databases in the client/server environments.

Learning Outcomes

  • Develop front-end application development environments.
  • Evaluate cloud computing concepts and role of related technologies.
  • Integrate high level program applications with back-end databases.
  • Analyze front-end applications for cloud and client-server architectures.

Prerequisites

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