Web 2.0 : Rich Internet Applications, IT-D 465
About this Course:
Students learn to create interactive rich internet applications using web development frameworks, applications, and techniques that primarily operate on the client-side. These applications often exhibit the same characteristics as desktop applications and are typically delivered through a standards-based web browser via a browser plug-in or independently via sandboxes or virtual machines. Current software frameworks used to download, update, verify, and execute these applications are addressed as well as writing applications for deployment in these frameworks.
IT-D 461 Internet Technologies and Web Design or equivalent knowledge or experience required for enrollment.
Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to:
- Create user interfaces for Responsive applications in modern browsers
- Style interfaces with modern applications of CSS and the standards in CSS3
- Google Web Toolkit
Grading/CEU award for this course includes quizzes, projects and exams.