TDDD27 Advanced Web Programming (6 ECTS)
2/5 [Book examinations here](https://www.ida.liu.se/webreg-beta/TDDD27-2019-1/PRA%201:%20Individual%20examination) * Examination is individual. Team members should try to go to different locations. Times are 20 minutes from 10-12 and 13-15, based on number in webreg group. I.e. 1:st 10.00-10.20, 2:nd 10.20-10.40 ... Calculate your time, be early, and have time for some delay. We cannot, with such a large student group, ensure that we can allways finnish on time. * [Locations A](https://www.ida.liu.se/department/location/location.en.shtml?login=andla63) * [Locations B](https://www.ida.liu.se/department/location/location.en.shtml?login=eribe22) * [Locations C](https://www.ida.liu.se/department/location/location.en.shtml?login=sahsa74) * [Locations D](https://www.ida.liu.se/department/location/location.en.shtml?login=denpe11) * [Locations E](https://www.ida.liu.se/department/location/search.en.shtml?keyword=3F:460) ---- 3/4. [Book here](https://www.ida.liu.se/webreg-beta/TDDD27-2019-1/Project%20Seminar). Project Seminar times on webreg. Only one member of the team should book. The plan is max 8 projects per seminar. Location is given in webreg for the group (C-building, Valla, also given i the schedule). #### News 25/3 [Intro course slides](./slides/TDDD27_2019_intro.pdf) 4/3 Course home pages have been updated for 2019 ---- This course has a focus on how state-of-the art web framworks and rest/API backend design that facilitate large-scale web application development (long-term, many developers). It's an A-level project course with focus on deap understanding of structures and development process in the web area.Students plan and implement projects using tools with sufficent technichal level. Basic understanding of web-programming is assumed, as is having good programming skill. Projects are performed by individuals or by teams of two/three. We examine knowledge, not products, and use individual oral examination and screencasts along with gitlab code repos. We read code and we want well-designed code, relevant comments and valuable version control messages but not documentation. Course organisation is bascially (a) 1 [markdown-formated](https://docs.gitlab.com/ee/user/markdown.html) project specification on gitlab.liu.se (b) feedback seminars 3-4 weeks before the end, and (c) final individual oral examination + screencast presentation. Code must be version managed on *gitlab.liu.se*, but if you want to you can set up hooks for instance between gitlab and github or run multiple remotes.
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