Internet Applications Programming with Java (COP3252)

Prerequisite: COP 3330.
This course covers the applications of the Java language to education, electronic commerce, scientific research, and distributed systems in general. Topics include the following: the architecture of the Web, including software and protocols for passing information in typical Web applications; introduction to the Java programming language; developing Graphical User Interfaces using Swing; an introduction to distributed objects using Java Remote Method Invocation (RMI); and server-side programming using Servlets and JDBC. Emphasis is placed on practical programming using these technologies.

Instructor Richard Hurst

Textbook
Status Required
ISBN 0133813223
Student Value Edition, Java How to program, Author: Deitel & Deitel, Publisher: Pearson Ed, Edition: 10th, Year Published: 2014