Integrative Programming and Technologies

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Course Venue:

Lecture Theatre

CIT Block B
College of Computing and Information Sciences
Course Code: 
BIT 2109
Course Credit Units: 
Year of Last Revision: 
Semester 1
Year of Study: 
Year 2
Undergraduate or Graduate Level: 
Undergraduate Level
Course Description & Objectives: 

The course content is based on open source software such as PHP or closed source software such Active Server Pages (ASP). The software to use will depend on the  lecturer  giving  the  course.  Active  Server  Pages  (ASP)  as  a  server  side  scripting architecture for building dynamic web applications, and an ideal environment for building web- based commerce solutions.Aims:

  • The main focus of the CIT program is the understanding of the different types of technologies available in the IT market today, and the innovative and           creative integration of these technologies to form customized solutions to empower businesses and organizations. There will be much emphasis on creative problem solving using IT and its skilful implementation.  The  course  looks  at  systems  integration  with  focus  on  communication mechanisms and data standardization.. Students will learn how to represent structure and how to transport data using XML and XML related technologies and protocols. Standardization of XML documents for the purpose of data exchange is stressed.


Learning Outcomes: 

On completion of this course unit, the students will be able to: •   Program in Java, C# and scripting languages such as JavaScript or PHP•     Develop  standalone  and  internet  applications  using  technologies  such  as  xml  and  in popular frameworks such as ASP.NET•     Create the necessary connections and scripts in order that one or more servers can share data from one or more data sources.•   Integrate databases which are dissimilar in structure, platform and DBMS.•   Use middleware where necessary to integrate data sources.•     Draw and understand architectural models of an enterprise system to the extent that they can communicate this information to and from others.•   Construct and understand an XML document and Parse an XML document.•     Use  XML  schemas  and  DTDs  to  construct  data  structure,  constraints  and  type enforcement.•   Use XSL for transformations and formatting.•     Exchange data among data sources where data structure and/or model is not the same, using XM, and understand how to use vendor support for XML.

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