||Section 1: M 1:30pm -
3:10pm (Lecture), W 1:30pm - 4:00pm (Lab) in E&T A309
Section 2: T 1:30pm - 3:10pm (Lecture), R 1:30pm - 4:00pm (Lab) in E&T A309
Section 3: F 8:00am - 9:40am (Lecture), F 9:40am - 12:10pm (Lab) in E&T A220
Office: E&T A317
Office Hours: MT 3:30-5pm or by appointment, in E&T A317
|Teaching Assistants:||Eric Liao, firstname.lastname@example.org,
Office Hours: WR 4:30-6pm in E&T A309
Alice Tian, email@example.com, Office Hours: R 10am-noon in E&T A317
course introduces students
to server-side programming, which is essential for providing dynamic
content on the web. Among the many existing web technologies, we will
focus on Java servlets and JSP technologies, especially Java beans,
expression language, JDBC, JSTL, custom tag libraries, and the MVC
CS122, and CS203
Students are expected to have strong Java programming skills and working knowledge of HTML and SQL.
Servlets and JavaServer Pages, Vol. 1: Core Technologies,
Marty Hall and Larry Brown
- Email, Java
SE, Eclipse, Tomcat,
Optional (for access online lecture notes) - Adobe Acroread and/or MS PowerPoint
||Homework and projects 40%, Labs 20%, Midterm 20%, Final 20%|
will not be tolerated.
Cheating on any assignment or exam will be taken seriously.
parties involved will receive a grade of F
for the course and be reported to
the Academic Senate.