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Welcome

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Reading
1 video (Total 2 min)
Video1 vidéo
Welcome1 min
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3 heures pour terminer

Module #1 - Web Applications in Context

This module sets the context for what we will study in this specialization by first providing a historical perspective on computing and web applications. Next we provide an overview of how the Internet works, and then we discuss how web applications have evolved over the past few decades. After that we’ll discuss some of the elements of modern software practice, including the typical tools that software engineers now use and the agile development practices they follow. The notion of software design patterns will introduced, and the n-tier architecture design pattern, fundamental to modern web application design, is then presented. Will also discuss a few current topics related to web application development. Finally, we will show you how to set up the software development environment you will use throughout the remainder of the courses in this. ...
Reading
22 videos (Total 102 min), 3 lectures, 1 quiz
Video22 vidéos
Video 1: Modern Web Applications5 min
Video 2: Historical Perspectives10 min
Video 3: Web App Characteristics5 min
Video 4: Course Overview3 min
Video 5: Interview with Edwin Agbenyega3 min
Video 1: Networking Concepts4 min
Video 2: The Internet6 min
Video 3: Internet Hot Topics2 min
Video 4: Interview -Brian Pietrewicz5 min
What is a Web Application? - An Overview min
Video 1: Web Apps - A Model2 min
Video 2: Web App Definition5 min
Video 3: Evolution of Web Apps8 min
Video 4: Design Patterns4 min
Video 5: n-Tier Architecture6 min
Setting up your Development Environment - An Overview min
Video 1: Setting up your Development Environment7 min
Video 2: Ruby and Rails4 min
Video 3: Editors, GIT, SQLiteBrowser4 min
Video 4: Web Developer Tools2 min
Video 5: Interview - Melanie Moses5 min
Reading3 lectures
Learning Outcomes10 min
Lesson #1 - Web Applications: An Overview10 min
How the Internet Works: An Overview10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Web Applications in Context20 min
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5 heures pour terminer

Module #2 - Web Applications Frameworks

In this module you will learn about web application frameworks. We will start by talking about the evolution of software and programming languages, and then talk about software application frameworks. The fundamental trade-off we will consider is programmer productivity versus program efficiency. Next you will learn about web application frameworks, as well as the model-view-controller design pattern that is the backbone for many of these frameworks. We will also consider how these frameworks support the agile programming principles associated with modern software practice. This will include a discussion of distributed version control systems and you will learn how to use the popular Git system. We will also demonstrate how to use Git with a Ruby on Rails application. We will use Git to submit all of the programming applications in this specialization. ...
Reading
20 videos (Total 122 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
Video20 vidéos
Video 1: What is Programming?6 min
Video 2: Application Frameworks2 min
Video 3: Web Application Frameworks8 min
Video 4: The Model-View-Controller Design Pattern5 min
The Ruby on Rails Framework - An Overview min
Video 1: Your First Rails Program10 min
Video 2: Scaffolding11 min
Video 3: Ruby Programming I: Objects, Classes and Inheritance12 min
Video 4: Ruby Programming II: Strings, Regular Expressions and Symbols12 min
Video 5: Ruby Programming III: Expressions and Control Structures10 min
Modern Software Practices - An Overview min
Video 1 -Software Processes8 min
Video 2 - Agile Development4 min
Video 3 - The Blog App8 min
Version Control - An Overview min
Video 1 - Why Version Control3 min
Video 2 - Version Control Basics2 min
Video 3 - Git Introduction7 min
Video 4 - Git in Practice4 min
Reading1 lecture
Learning Outcomes10 min
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3
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5 heures pour terminer

Module #3 - Managing Data

A successful web application provides information t o users that is (1) useful, and also (2) easy to access and understand. This information is often collected from users, as well as from other information sources, and must be stored in a manner that allows it to be manipulated by the web application. The typical app roach is to store this data in a relational database. In this module you will learn some basic concepts associated with modeling the data in a web application, including h ow to specify the relationships between various data entities. We will also investigate ho w to hook a web application up to a back- end data store, along with good design techniques t hat will make it easier to use the data in your web applications by maintaining consistency th roughout the entire web stack. ...
Reading
20 videos (Total 83 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
Video20 vidéos
Video #1 - Data Management in Web Apps3 min
Video #2 - Relational Databases: Basic Concepts3 min
Video #3 - Database Schema I4 min
Video #4 - Database Schema II2 min
Database Integration in Web Apps - An Overview min
Video #1 - Application Environments6 min
Video #2 - Database Configuration4 min
Video #3 - Database Management3 min
Video #4 - Blog App Databases6 min
Active Record Design Pattern - An Overview min
Video #1 - Active Record Design - An Overview4 min
Video #2 - Active Record in Rails8 min
Video #3 - Database Migrations6 min
Video #4 - Blog - Iteration 24 min
Database Associations and Validations - An Overview min
Video #1 - Associations4 min
Video #2 -Blog App - Iteration 35 min
Video #3 - Validations6 min
Video #4 - Blog App - Iteration 43 min
Reading1 lecture
Learning Outcomes10 min
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4
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2 heures pour terminer

Module #4 - Middleware

Middleware is an abstraction layer that hides details about hardware devices and other lower-level software services from an application. Middleware services implement common low-level functions, such as communication with the operating system, application servers, database servers, etc., so that application developers do not need to concern themselves with these details, and can instead focus on the application functionality they are trying to provide. In a web application, these services generally make use of the HTTP protocol, and in a web application framework, the MVC design pattern can be thought of as being implemented over the middleware....
Reading
14 videos (Total 71 min), 1 lecture, 1 quiz
Video14 vidéos
Video 1: What is Middleware?2 min
Video 2: Middleware in Web Apps11 min
Video 3: Middleware Frameworks9 min
The HTTP Protocal - An Overview min
Video 1: HTTP Overview5 min
Video 2: HTTP Request7 min
Video 3: HTTP Response4 min
Video 4: HTTP Sessions and Cookies5 min
MVC Over Rails Middleware- An Overview min
Video 1: Request Processing7 min
Video 2: RESTful Web Services3 min
Video 3: Response Processing5 min
Video 4: MVC in Rails6 min
Reading1 lecture
Learning Outcomes10 min
Quiz1 exercice pour s'entraîner
Middleware16 min
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par ZSDec 29th 2016

Very good introduction, with clear explanations and excellent examples! If you are new to web apps, this is a great choice to get started!

par JRJul 1st 2016

I have enjoyed this course so far more than others like it that were similar. I look forward to finishing it.

Enseignants

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Greg Heileman

Professor and Associate Provost
Electrical and Computer Engineering
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Manel Martínez-Ramón

Professor
Electrical and Computer Engineering

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