17 July 2020
Date Driven Web-Based Applications
This 1st year, undergraduate core course covers the basic technical aspects of dynamic website construction concerning the front end (client) and the back end (server), It aims to develop a springboard for web-related technologies that require data collection, organisation and maintenance of accessible websites, through symantic layouts and with an introduction to object orientated coding practices. It focuses on developing skills in using HTML, CSS, jQuery, with PHP and SQL and covers aspects of data flow and web data management.
Alan Lane currently teaches at the UCL Department of Information Studies. He holds a first class undergraduate degree in Computer Science and an MSc PG/Dip in Internet and Database Systems. Alan has over 40 years of business experience in the creative ind
This is a level one module (equivalent to first year undergraduate). Students should have experience with a coding language, Laptop with MS Office and Notepad++ and standard entry requirements
On completing the course students should:
understand the basic principles of a dynamic website development
be familiar with the different aspects of client and server-side coding with mark-up and scripting
languages for dynamic and data gathering web development
recognise the importance of structure and design for purpose and extensibility
understand issues related to designing a robust and extensible database
be able to make an informed further study preference in the field of internet systems
15 UCL credits, 7.5 ECTS, 4 US
GBP 2100: Tuition fees for this module: £2100
GBP 1100: Accommodation (optional) costs approx. £1100 per 3-week Session.