SENG2050

Introduction to Web Engineering

10 Units

Provides an introduction to the discipline of Web Engineering. This course aims to introduce the methods and techniques used in Web-based system development. In contrast to traditional Software Engineering efforts, Web Engineering methods and techniques must incorporate unique aspects of the problem domain such as: document oriented delivery, fine-grained lifecycles, user-centric development, client-server legacy system integration and diverse end user skill levels. This course draws upon previous programming and computing experience to develop practical web development and maintenance skills. This course is intended for students with knowledge of both Internet communication concepts and an introductory programming knowledge (Java & Javascript).

Faculty Faculty of Engineering and Built Environment
School School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Availability Semester 2 - 2014 (Callaghan Campus)

Previously offered in 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004

Objectives
  1. Introduction to collaborative development methodologies.
  2. Software design techniques for distributed heterogeneous computing environments.
  3. Languages, components and techniques that support web based application development.
  4. Evolutionary development techniques and effort estimation.
  5. Web Engineering lifecycle and fine grained software evolution.
  6. Developing software tools for the non-expert.
  7. Group development of Web-based software
Content
  • Design methodologies to support customizable systems.

  • Development and maintenance models for Web Systems.

  • Documents oriented system development.

  • Server Side Programming: JSP, Java Beans, JDBC etc.

  • System security signed applets and encrypted communications.

  •         Introduction to programming distributed web architectures.
    
  • End-User application development and cultural aspects.

  •        Techniques for supporting mobile Web device.
    
Replacing Course(s) None.
Transition
Industrial Experience 0
Assumed Knowledge SENG1110 and COMP1050
Modes of Delivery Internal Mode
Teaching Methods Lecture
Laboratory
Assessment Items
  • Essays / Written Assignments - Programming assignments. As per course outline.
  • Examination: Formal - Final Exam. As per the University's exam timetable.
  • Other: (please specify) - System specification. As per course outline.
  • Projects - Group project as per course outline. Report and verbal presentations of software
Contact Hours
  • Lecture: for 3 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
  • Laboratory: for 2 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
Compulsory Components
  • Compulsory Course Component: Students must obtain 40% in the final exam to pass the course. Student achieving >25% but less that 40% will be offered an alternate assessment if, and only if, all other assessment items have been submitted. Students obtaining <25% will not be offered an alternate assessment, and will fail the course, unless students have submitted Adverse Circumstances in accordance with the Adverse Circumstances Policy.
Course Materials None listed
Timetable 2015 Course Timetables for SENG2050

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