Internet Programming Syllabus

 INTERNET PROGRAMMING

Objectives of the course:   

This course gives knowledge to create the web sites by using HTML, JAVA SCRIPT, CGI/
PERL, JAVA SERVLETS, ASP and JSP.This will be first step towards Web Technology and E-Commerce

1.  INTRODUCTION TO WEB:  History, web system architecture URL, Domain Name
System, overview of HTTP, HTTP request-response, generation of dynamic web pages,
cookies. 
 
 
 
2.  MARKUP LANGUAGE HTML: Introduction, Basic HTML, Formatting and Fonts,
Commenting Code, Anchors, Backgrounds, Images, Hyperlinks,
Lists,Tables,Frames,simple HTML Forms, XHTML. 
 
 
3.  CASCADDING STYLE SHEET (CSS): The need for CSS, Introduction to CSS, Basic
syntax and structure, using CSS, manipulating text, padding, lists, Positioning using CSS. 
 
 
4.  JAVASCRIPT AND DHTML: What is JavaScript? How to develop JavaScript Simple
JavaScript, variables, functions, condition, JavaScript and Objects, JavaScript’s own Objects,
the DOM and the Web browser Environment, forms and validation. 
 
 
5.  SERVER SIDE PROGRAMMING I: Introduction to Servelts in Java, Active Server
Pages (ASP): Objects, Queries & Forms, Java Server Pages (JSP). 

6.  SERVER SIDE PROGRMMING II: SESSION TRACKING: Introduction, Traditional
session tracking techniques, the servlet / ASP session tracking API. 
 
 
 
7.  SERVER SIDE PROGRAMMING III: DATABASE CONNECTIVITY: Introduction,
Relational database systems, JDBS perspectives, JDBC program example. 
 
 
 
8.  INTRODUCTION TO WEB EXTENSION: XML, Introduction XSL, XML
transformed, XSL elements transforming with XSLT, XML with CSS, web feeds
(RSS), Introduction to web services.

Text Book:
 
1.  Ralph Moseley, Middlesex University, Developing Web Applications,
Wiley publication. 
 
2.  Henry Chan, Raymond Lee, Tharam Dillon, E-Commerce Fundamentals
and Applications, Wiley publications.   
3.  Craig D.  Knuckles,  David S.  Yuen,  Web Applications,  Wiley publications. 
 
REFERENCES:
 
1.   Steven Holzner,”HTML Black  Book”  Dremtech press.
2.   Tom Negrino and Dori smith,”  JAVA script for World Wide  Web”.