Course Title: Web Development Technologies

Part A: Course Overview

Course Title: Web Development Technologies

Credit Points: 12.00

Terms

Course Code

Campus

Career

School

Learning Mode

Teaching Period(s)

COSC2276

City Campus

Undergraduate

140H Computer Science & Information Technology

Face-to-Face

Sem 2 2006,
Summer2007,
Sem 1 2007,
Summer2008,
Sem 1 2008,
Summer2009,
Sem 1 2009,
Summer2010,
Sem 1 2010,
Summer2011,
Sem 1 2011,
Summer2012,
Sem 1 2012,
Summer2013,
Sem 2 2013,
Summer2014,
Sem 2 2014,
Summer2015,
Sem 2 2015,
Summer2016

COSC2276

City Campus

Undergraduate

171H School of Science

Face-to-Face

Sem 1 2017

COSC2277

City Campus

Postgraduate

140H Computer Science & Information Technology

Face-to-Face

Sem 1 2007,
Summer2008,
Sem 1 2008,
Summer2009,
Sem 1 2009,
Summer2010,
Sem 1 2010,
Summer2011,
Sem 1 2011,
Summer2012,
Sem 1 2012,
Summer2013,
Sem 2 2013,
Summer2014,
Sem 2 2014,
Summer2015,
Sem 2 2015,
Summer2016

COSC2277

City Campus

Postgraduate

140H Computer Science & Information Technology

Face-to-Face or Internet

Sem 2 2006

COSC2277

City Campus

Postgraduate

171H School of Science

Face-to-Face

Sem 1 2017

COSC2402

Taylors College KL

Undergraduate

140H Computer Science & Information Technology

Face-to-Face

Offsh 3 10

COSC2450

RMIT University Vietnam

Undergraduate

140H Computer Science & Information Technology

Face-to-Face

Viet3 2008,
Viet1 2009,
Viet2 2009,
Viet1 2010,
Viet3 2010,
Viet2 2011,
Viet1 2012,
Viet3 2012,
Viet2 2013,
Viet2 2015

Course Coordinator: Mr Shekhar Kalra

Course Coordinator Phone: +61 3 9925 9500

Course Coordinator Email: shekhar.kalra@rmit.edu.au

Course Coordinator Location: 14.10.10A

Course Coordinator Availability: via email


Pre-requisite Courses and Assumed Knowledge and Capabilities

Enforced Prerequisites:

UG

COSC2391  Software Architecture: Design and Implementation

PG

COSC1295: Advanced Programming

 


Course Description

This course introduces you to the principles and practice of developing applications using C# programming language. Topics include the C# programming language, ASP.NET Core MVC, Web API, RESTful Web applications, Client side libraries and security.

What you will learn-

  • Gain a solid architectural understanding of ASP.NET Core MVC
  • Explore the entire ASP.NET MVC Framework as a cohesive whole
  • See how MVC and test-driven development work in action
  • Learn what's new in ASP.NET Core MVC and how best to apply these new features to your own work
  • See how to create RESTful and Single Page Applications


Objectives/Learning Outcomes/Capability Development

Upon successful completion of this course you should be able to:

  • CLO 1: learn to write applications in C#
  • CLO 2: gain a solid architectural understanding of ASP.NET Core MVC
  • CLO 3: explore the entire ASP.NET MVC Framework as a cohesive whole and see how MVC and test-driven development work in action
  • CLO 4: see how to create RESTful web services and Single Page Applications.
  • CLO 5: describe and apply software patterns for the development of the application models described above.



Overview of Learning Activities

The learning activities included in this course are:

  • Lectures: key concepts will be explained in lectures where material will be presented and the subject matter will be illustrated with practical examples, demonstrations, online questionnaires and guest visitors from ICT industry.
  • tutorials and/or labs and/or group discussions (including online forums) focussed on projects and problem solving will provide practice in the application of theory and procedures, allow exploration of concepts with teaching staff and other students, and give feedback on your progress and understanding;
  • assignments, as described in Overview of Assessment (below) and Assessment Tasks (part B course guide for this Teaching Period), requiring an integrated understanding of the subject matter; and
  • assignment work requires active team participation and effective communication, which provides practice in these skills.

Total study hours:

A total of 120 hours of study is expected during this course, comprising:

Teacher-directed hours (48 hours): lectures, tutorial/ laboratory sessions. Each week there will be 2 hours of lecture and 2 hours of tutorial/ laboratory work. You are encouraged to participate during lectures through asking questions, commenting on the lecture material based on your own experiences and through presenting solutions to written exercises. The tutorial and laboratory sessions will introduce you to the tools necessary to undertake the assignment work.

Student-directed hours (72 hours): You are expected to be self-directed, studying independently outside class.


Overview of Learning Resources

The course is supported by the Canvas learning management system which provides specific learning resources.


Overview of Assessment

This course will be assessed via group assignments, individual lab tests and a written examination.
Assessment for this course is based on face-to face demonstration of practical assignment work.

Note: This course has no hurdle requirements.

Assessment tasks

Assessment Task 1: Written Assignment – part 1
Weighting 20%
This assessment task supports CLOs 1 and 5

Assessment Task 2: Written Assignment – part 2
Weighting 30%
This assessment task supports CLOs 3, 4 and 5.

Assessment 3: End-of-semester Examination
Weighting 50%
This assessment supports CLOs 1, 2, and 5.