Internet Software Development


CS 4244: Key technology underlying the World-Wide Web. Web architecture, including server design, caching, network protocols, and related standards (e.g. http, SHTTP, TCP/IP, MIME). Programming systems (e.g. Java, Active-X, component models). Security and cryptography. Document representations (e.g. XML, HTML, PDF, VRML). Legal and social issues of the Web. (3H,3C)

Prerequisites: A grade of C or better required in CS3214.

This course is part of the Knowledge,Information, and Data track and the Systems and Networking track.


Taught By:
Eli Tilevich