Prerequisite: COMP3200: Introductory Programming (Canterbury)
Prerequisite: COMP3201: Introductory Programming (Medway)
This module appears in:
- Computing Stage 1 Canterbury
- Computing Stage 1 Medway
- Humanities Undergraduate Stage 2 & 3
- Social Sciences Undergraduate Stage 2 & 3
- Wild Modules
Total contact hours:33
Private study hours: 127
Total study hours: 150
Method of assessment
Main assessment methods
(Assignment) Databases & PHP (25%)
2-hour unseen examination 50%
Jon Duckett HTML & CSS: Design and Build Web Sites, John Wiley & Sons, 2011
Understand the basic principles of web page design and be able to write a basic web page.
Understand the basic principles of web site design and deployment, and be able to construct a small site of interconnected pages with first and second level navigation.
Understand the basic concepts of data structuring relational databases.
Specify, design, implement and evaluate simple database solutions.
Plan and perform basic data manipulation and information retrieval operations using SQL.
have acquired the skills to be able to implement an application that uses a database and has a simple (web) user interface.