TECH 278 - Web Application Development Using ColdFusion
A hands-on introduction to Web database applications using ColdFusion. Topics include creating a simple database, connecting a server-side database to a Web page viewing, sorting, updating, and searching a database through the client-side interface, creating and customizing reusable code, integrating an e-mail facility, and maintaining site security through user logins and limiting site access. PREREQUISITE(S): TECH 272 or consent of department. Four hours lecture/discussion each week. Formerly CMAP 278.
4 semester hours
Upon course completion, a student will be able to:
- Identify the roles of web application, browser, Web server software and describe how they work together.
- Connect a locally developed database to a Web page and display database contents.
- Create Web pages for inserting, deleting, and modifying database records.
- Create Web pages for extracting, sorting and displaying database information.
- Create user customizable search facilities and searching database records.
- Create, store, and reuse custom code.
- Utilize various methods of code debugging techniques.
- Create an email facility to automatically send emails from the web server.
- Maintain site-wide information through cookies, client and session variables.
- Create a login facility that limits site access.
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