Web Programming - II (Server Side Scripting)
Web programming is the practice of writing applications that run on a web server and can be used by many different people. Web programming allows you to turn a simple, static HTML page into a dynamic masterpiece. It allows others to interact with your web site and use the application on any computer with Internet access. It is often easier than programming applications that will run directly on the computer. It allows you to make or edit anything dynamic on your website, such as a forum, a guestbook, or even a form submission. This course will help you understand, what web programming is and why you might want to do it. It is part of the five courses related to Web Application Development.
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Ahmed, Moiz U; Ahmad, Hanaan S; Haider, Sarfraz (Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU);Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2017)This course provides an introduction to web development and client-side scripting. After providing a review of HTML5 and CSS, the course provides exposer to the concepts of web programming using client side scripting. The ...
Commonwealth of Learning (Commonwealth of Learning, Vancouver, 2009)COL launched this programme to widen access to information and communications technologies (ICTs) skills training using free software. Sir John Daniel, President of COL, announced the initiation of the Commonwealth Computer ...
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Alhassan, Muhtar; Ndunagu, Juliana; JalilChobe, Abdul (National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN);Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2017)This course introduces programming with JAVA for mobile environment. It is part of the seven courses related to Mobile Application Development.
Perera, W A S N; Madurapperuma, A P; Dabare, P T R; Ratnayake, H U W; Werapitiya, B K; Rajasingham, S; De Silva, N T; Meedin, G S N; Herath, M H M N D (Open University of Sri Lanka (OUSL);Commonwealth of Learning (COL), 2017)This course will enable students with basic ICT skills to develop mobile applications with Python. Fundamental programming concepts of Python, theoretical and practical knowledge to develop programs in Python are discussed ...