Faculty of Information Technology, BUT

Course details

Internet Applications

WAP Acad. year 2006/2007 Summer semester 5 credits

Markup languages, SGML family and their present members - html and xml especially. Technology of html pages building including dynamic pages and Javascript, Perl, Python, Tcl, Visual Basic scripts. XML technology, i.e. XML language, schema definition means, query language, hypertext binding devices, XML transformation, object document model. XML and modern information systems. Internet standards and protocols.

Guarantor

Language of instruction

Czech

Completion

Credit+Examination (written)

Time span

39 hrs lectures, 13 hrs projects

Assessment points

50 exam, 20 half-term test, 30 projects

Department

Lecturer

Instructor

Burget Radek, Ing., Ph.D. (DIFS FIT BUT)
Chmelař Petr, Ing. (DIFS FIT BUT)

Subject specific learning outcomes and competences

Basic knowledge of all kinds of internet applications. Basic knowledge of their desing and implementation.

Learning objectives

To obtain knowledges for development a using of internet applications. To deel deeper with script and markup languages especially and their using for internet pages development a data interchange.

Study literature

  • Tanenbaum, A.S.: Computer Networks - Fourth Edition, Pearson Educational Inc. 2003 New Jersey, 889 p., ISBN 0-13-038488-7
  • Kurose, J.F., Ross, K.W.: Computer Networking - A top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet, International Edition, Pearson Education, Inc. Boston 2003, 745 p., ISBN 0-321-17644-8
  • Sturm, J.: Developing XML Solutions, Microsoft Press Redmont 2000, 414 p., ISBN 0-7356-0796-6
  • Harold, R., Means, W.,S.: XML in a Nutshell, 3rd Edition, September 2004,712 p., ISBN 0-596-00764-7
  • Musciano, Ch., Kennedy, B.: HTML a XHTML -The Definitive Guide 4th edition, O' Reilly Associates 2000, 640 p., ISBN 1-56592-235-2

Fundamental literature

  • Tanenbaum, A.S.: Computer Networks - Fourth Edition, Pearson Educational Inc. 2003 New Jersey, 889 p., ISBN 0-13-038488-7
  • Kurose, J.F., Ross, K.W.: Computer Networking - A top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet, International Edition, Pearson Education, Inc. Boston 2003, 745 p., ISBN 0-321-17644-8
  • Sturm, J.: Developing XML Solutions, Microsoft Press Redmont 2000, 414 p., ISBN 0-7356-0796-6

Syllabus of lectures

  1. Basic overview and clasification of internet services and applications.
  2. Script languages Javascript, Perl, Python, Tcl and Visual Basic.
  3. Internet standards a protocols.
  4. Markup languages a SGML family. Its present members HTML and XML.
  5. Technology of HTML pages design and implementation. Developmnent tools for internet interface development.
  6. XML technology, i.e. XML language, devices for schema definition.
  7. XPath query language.
  8. XLink - hypertext links.
  9. XML transformation.
  10. Document object model DOM.
  11. XML and modern information systems.
  12. The interface of information system on the internet.
  13. Other internet applications.

Syllabus - others, projects and individual work of students

  1. To choose some problem from the information systems branch. Possible problems are actualized every year, but the student can solve his own problem.
  2. To specify the problem using non-formal specification.
  3. To define formally the solution using UML diagrams.
  4. To define an interface with the connected system using a set of XML input and output documents.
  5. To implement the solution in such way to be able to communicate with the database through internet interface.

Progress assessment

Mid semester test. Continuous checking of the project solution by the supervisor.

Exam prerequisites

At least half of points obtainable during the semester (tests a project), i.e. 25 points.

Course inclusion in study plans

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