CIS 375: Advanced Web Design & Development – provides an understanding of concepts, techniques and software products used in building dynamic software applications for the Web. This course uses standard methodologies for application design and development and will teach evaluation, implementation and configuration of open source software, scripting and databases to create web applications.
As a student in this course, you will develop a firm understanding of the more advanced concepts of web application development and the systems that generate dynamic web content. In addition, you will begin to think critically upon how the web has changed through time, and where the future of web development is going. You might even consider a future career in web development.
Students must complete CIS 112 (databases) and CIS 275 (web design and development) prior to enrolling in CIS 375. This course is typically offered every other Spring term.
Rounded Edges Tutorial
Eric Meyer’s Reset CSS
Putting the Famous WordPress 5 Minute Install To the Test
Working With IndexedDB
Build a To-Do List with IndexedDB
Thinking Like An App Designer
The State of Mobile User Experience
Google’s Mobile-Friendly Test