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2023/2024
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Development of internet applications

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
818INTA KZ 4 2P+2C Czech
Garant předmětu:
Dana Majerová
Lecturer:
Dana Majerová, Michal Moc
Tutor:
Dana Majerová, Michal Moc
Supervisor:
Department of Software Engineering
Synopsis:

Lectures present the principles of creating web pages, overview of server technologies for web applications, principles of WWW (HTTP, URL, etc.) and also introduction of relational database systems. Web applications from simple to more complex (using PHP hypertext preprocessor or F3 framework) are created at seminars.

Requirements:

Computer laboratory (PC with internet connection or local webserver with PHP).

Syllabus of lectures:

1. WWW and web design principles, web design, HTML language, introduction to CSS.

2. Introduction to JavaScript, overview of client-side and server-side scripting technologies, PHP technology.

3. Basics of PHP syntax, working with arrays, user functions, working with strings.

4. Data processing from web forms, escaping characters, filtering and data validation, regular expressions.

5. Object-oriented programming in PHP, working with files on the server, working with directories on the server.

6. Upload file to server, TCP/IP network model, HTTP.

7. Working with cookies and session.

8. Basics of relational database systems, SQL language. Possibilities of connection to DBS from PHP, scripts security.

9. An example of a web application using a relational database system (e.g. MySQL).

10. Overview of PHP frameworks, introduction to the fat-free framework (F3).

11. An example of another web application using the F3.

12. Generating images. Sending e-mails via PHP.

13. Generating PDF documents. Generating XML documents.

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. WWW principles, HTML, CSS, JavaScript

2. scripting technologies on client and on server, PHP development, inserting PHP into HTML

3. PHP syntax (variables, operators, data types, statements,...)

4. working with arrays, user functions, include and require statements

5. manipulation of data from forms, working with strings

6. regular expressions

7. TCP/IP model, HTTP, URL, script security

8. working with files and directories on server, file upload

9. introduction to SQL

10. working with objects, session administration, working with database

11. two database application examples

12. image generating

13. e-mail sending

14. PDF creating and XML generating

Study Objective:

Knowledge:

WWW environment, HTML and PHP languages, cascading style sheets, JavaScript.

Abilities:

Internet database application programming.

Study materials:

Key references:

[1] Welling, L., Thomson, L. PHP and MySQL Web Development (Developer's Library). Addison-Wesley Professional; 5th edition, 2016. ISBN: 978-0-321-83389-1.

[2] PHP website, http://www.php.net.

Recommended references:

[3] W3Schools Online Web Tutorials, https://www.w3schools.com.

[4] MySQL documentation, https://dev.mysql.com/doc/.

[5] Fat-free framework documentation, https://fatfreeframework.com.

[6] Sanders, W. Learning PHP Design Patterns. O'Reilly Media; 1st edition, 2013.

Note:
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