Web Technologies (WT14/15), Bachelor

Semester: WS 2014/2015
Study Courses: Information Systems Bachelor
Credit Points: 6CP
Contact person: Tom Michels

Description

Contents of the lecture include basics like HTML, CSS and JavaScript/AJAX. Furthermore there will be an overview of the classic databases in the context of the LAMP Stack and the MVC Pattern. NoSQL databases and XML/XQuery/xPath and XSLT will be viewed as well as the area of semantic data-representation with lower-case semantics, Web Ontology Language (OWL), Reasoning and rule-based conclusion. The end of the lecture will consist of the topics Big Data and Map/Reduce. All topics of the lecture will be practically applied by the students in the weekly exercises.

Dates and Rooms

Literature

Jeder Foliensatz umfasst eine Literaturliste / Relevant literature is listed in the slides

Organization

General information

  • Structure of the course: lecture (2SWH) and exercise (2 SWH)
  • Language of the lecture: German, partly English

Exercises

In preparation for the first exercise, every exercise participant may download a VirtualBox Virtual Machine (VM). This VM is pre-configured with Apache, MySQL, PHP and all further software necessary in the exercises. It can be readily used with one's own computer. Since VirtualBox can be freely used on Windows, Linux and Mac, exercise participants may use their own notebook. Participants who are reluctant to use their own notebook may run the VM on CiP Pool machines by using USB flash drives. The whole VM fits on an USB flash drive with at least 6 GB capacity.

Download Virtual Machine: WT_VM.zip (Warning: 1,7 GB)

Registration

Please register here for the lecture including the exercise. Registration for exam via VIPA.

Registration for the course at the ISS learning platform

Start and end of lecture

  • Start of the lecture: first week of semester, Friday, 10:15-11:45 am, Room 0.20, Building B4 1
  • Start of the exercise: first week of semester, Friday, 2:15-3:45 pm, Room 0.20, Building B4 1
  • End of the lecture and exercise: last week of semester

Exam

The lecture covers a module exam consisting of an exam (120 minutes) and the evaluation of the exercise, prepared by oneself or in groups. The module grade is composed as follows: 80% exam, 20% exercise.