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Subject
Computer Systems - COMP

Course
1951

While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.

Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Understand basic web development methodology.
  • Employ Web Standards when building web sites for maximum compatibility.
  • Mark up pages using latest HTML5 technologies in a Mac environment.
  • Utilize CSS3 to control page layout and presentation.
  • Add behaviour to any web page using basic JavaScript.
  • Create dynamic content using JavaScript frameworks like jQuery.
  • Understand concepts for Search Engine Optimized content (SEO).
  • Implement Server Side Includes for efficient web development.
  • Create template-driven pages for use in Content Management systems.
  • Use media queries to create Responsive designs for mobile and desktop presentation.
  • Use HTML5 technologies to present rich content such as video, audio and geolocation.
  • Create professional looking typography using web-based fonts.
  • Understand source control using GIT.

Effective as of Fall 2014

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