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TDDI48 Advanced Programming and Interactivity on the WWW (7.5 ECTS)

VT1 2007


The primary purpose of this course is to give an introduction to the development of interactive content on the WWW.

Lectures will present topics such as HTML and its origins in SGML, the use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to control the appearance of web pages, and the programming language JavaScript which can be executed in web browsers to provide interactive features on web pages.

We will also discuss server-side programming, based on the Java programming language. Participants must already be familiar with basic Java programming from TDDB58 or a similar course, and will now go on to learn about servlets (Java software executing inside a web server to provide server-side scripting functionality), JSP (JavaServer Pages, similar to PHP or ASP), the JSP Standard Tag Library (JSTL), and Java "webapps" (web applications).

Latest News...


Aug 20  New license key + JDK version
 

The license key for IDEA has been updated; run ~TDDI48/idea/updatekey.sh to update it. Also, the version the JDK previously used to run IDEA has disappeared during the summer, so I've updated the startup shell script to reflect this. You may have to change the JDK in your project settings as well. This may also be a good time to take a backup of your project before restarting IDEA, given these fundamental changes.


Feb 6  Information by email
 

Some of the more "urgent" information about this course is sent to tddi48-vt2007@student.liu.se rather than being presented on the web page. Please make sure that you are a member of this email list. If you haven't received these mails, you are most likely not registered for the course!


Jan 25  Slides
 

The slides from the markup lecture are available: color/grayscale.


Jan 22  Plugins for Firefox
 

The plugins demonstrated today were Firebug and Web Developer.


Jan 22  Schedule + labs
 

The lecture on Tuesday 23/1 will be cancelled, since many of you had other lectures at that time. There will be lectures on Monday (markup languages), Wednesday (web applications part 1) and Thursday (web applications part 2) this week.

We are working on the labs and they are mostly updated for 2007. As each part of the lab is proofread and the final fixes and changes are made, the "(2006)" addendum to their menu items in the left hand side panel will be removed.


Jan 22  Java for C++ programmers
 

The Java for C++ programmers introduction is now available. A PDF version will be made available later.


Jan 17  Tomorrow's lecture cancelled
 

Since many of you have another lecture at the same time as the TDDI48 lecture tomorrow (despite promises by the schedulers that there would be no such problems), we will cancel the lecture 18/1. More information about next week will follow later.


Jan 17  Welcome!
 

Welcome to TDDI48! As mentioned during today's lecture, the unexpected changes to this course and its prerequisites have caused some delays in updating the web pages for 2007. We're working on this and everything will be updated soon. For the moment, we have made the slides from the introduction available (color/grayscale).



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Last updated: 2007-01-26