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  • Please watch the videos: When a video is provided with an assignment, it is expected that you watch the video as that content may not be covered during class, but you are still responsible for it. Many times, the videos show you exactly how to complete an assignment. Listen to what I am saying in the video because I am explaining not only how to do something, but also why it is being done that way. -- Keep in mind that software versions (IDE versions) change and update much faster than coding languages. It may be years before coding languages have any significant changes that affect our solutions. The software (IDE) used in a video is cosmetic and is not what you should be focused on; you should be focused on the content, that is, the code, how the code works, and how to create the solution. When the programming language changes, requiring significant changes in how the content is coded and created, then a new video will be made. However, superficial things like the IDE you are using now being newer than the IDE in a video will not warrant the additional time, money, and resources required to create a new video. [ Link ]
  • Free Microsoft Software: You can get almost anything from Microsoft for free. http://purdue.onthehub.com [ Link ]
  • This course is only offered during the Spring semester.: [ Link ]
  • About the Course: In CGT 45600 (Advanced Web Programming, Development, and Data Integration), you will develop advanced web programming abilities using ASP.NET and Microsoft SQL Server. You will also create web applications for mobile devices. [ Link ]
  • The prerequisite for this course is CGT 35600: If you have not already taken 35600 (Web Programming, Development, and Data Integration), follow the link to view the weekly layout and course syllabus. [ Link ]
  • CGT 35300 Web Design: If you have not taken CGT 35300, then you are missing out on skills that you need. This course focuses on HTML5, JavaScript mostly in the form of jQuery, and CSS. You will use extensive CSS and jQuery to create dynamic interfaces that allow you to move and control items on a page without refreshing. [ Link ]

Course Management
Coordinator: Professor Ronald J. Glotzbach
Email: rjglotzbach@purdue.edu
Office: Knoy 319
Office Hours: Wednesdays 8:00-9:30am and 1:30-3:00pm
    and also:
Friday, February 2 from 12:00-2:00pm
Friday, March 2 from 12:00-2:00pm
Friday, April 6 from 12:00-2:00pm

For information contact: Professor R.J. Glotzbach

CGT 45600 Spring 2018 Last Modified: 1/6/2018 5:42:36 PM
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Learn ASP.NET, Learn C#, Learn Web Design, Learn Usability