Introduction to web development technologies, through HTML5 (the latest major revision to HTML) and CSS are changing our understanding of the web. Students will learn how to build quality web pages using the latest technologies, and will come to understand how new technologies are affecting content on the web. This course is designed to give students a fundamental understanding of web design and development, enabling students to become proficient in the basic skills required to create their own website, and is taught using classroom and lab instruction employing lecture and demonstration, in-class exercises, student participation, and class activities leading to a final project. Classes will include introductory concept presentations, followed by in-class exercises.
Note: Prerequisites: Must be a current high school student in grade 9– 12. No previous programming experience is required.
Course Number: COMP-90010 Credit: 3 units
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