Computer Information Technology
Term : Spring 2020
Catalog Year : 2019-2020

CIT 630 - Principles Of Mobile And Web App Development

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Description: With the increasing demand for online services, the popularity of consuming and creating content using portable devices, and the shift toward a growing online culture, the need for individuals with skills associated with mobile and Web application development is growing. This course addresses that need by introducing students to the underlying principles of mobile and Web applications development including current trends, the software development lifecycle, full stack Web development, software versioning, client and server-side development, database and SQL concepts, Web server usage, and user interface design. Students will garner perspectives on managing program development as understanding the phases associated with creating mobile and Web applications is a critical skill for all programmers in the information technology domain. Students will engage in research and synthesize findings of peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles on best practices and current trends associated with mobile and Web application development. Students will build upon this course by applying techniques associated with mobile and Web application development such as programming in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and mobile platforms. Letter grade only.

Units: 3