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Universidade Lusófona do Porto

Web Programming

Presentation

The themes developed are grouped in fundamental modules, which, in an integrated way, seek to foster student sensitivity for web development in the scope of interactive and ludic narratives; to provide introductory knowledge about tools for web development with HTML, CSS and JavaSript; and to instruct students to a set of technical concepts to enable them to develop web sites.

Programme

Audiovisual and Multimedia Communication

Level of Qualification|Semesters|ECTS

| Semestral | 7

Year | Type of course unit | Language

1 |Mandatory |Português

Code

ULP728-11195

Recommended complementary curricular units

Web Design

Introduction to Computation

Professional Internship

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Syllabus

This class focuses on providing an introduction to a theoretical, technical, and technological learning about the World Wide Web. Technologies regarding structure (HTML), formatting (CSS), and dynamics (JavaScript) of Web pages are studied, including other media, and issues related to accessibility and usability in the conception and design of Web products.

Online learning: Tutorials and online support.

Objectives

  1. Acquire skills for web application conception and development with HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  2. Develop an introductory knowledge about web design and development tools;
  3. Apply the knowledge and skills acquired in the context of development of web-based multimedia projects.

Teaching methodologies and assessment

Classes are theoretical and practical, with oral presentation of contents by the professor with occasional recourse to the projection of complementary audiovisual elements and debate with the students. Several practical exercises are carried out to consolidate knowledge.

The assessment is continuous and consists of exercises proposed throughout the semester resulting in an evaluation of the final weighted average with a total of 18 values. The remaining 2 values are intended for the assessment of participation and work in class by students. Students must attend at least 70% of classes.

The Resource Exam, aimed at students with a negative grade (less than 10 points) or for students wishing to improve their grade, consists of a project of similar complexity to the work developed during continuous assessment, with a total weight of 20 values.

References

Abreu, Luís (2015). HTML5. FCA. ISBN: 978-972-722-821-8

Crute, Adam (2015). Coding HTML CSS JavaScript Made Easy. Flame Tree Publishing. ISBN: 978-1-78664-061-1

Duckett, Jon; HTML & CSS: Design and Build Websites, John Wiley & Sons, 2011. ISBN: 978-1-118-00818-8
Keith, Jeremy, and Rachel Andrew; HTML5 for Web Designers, A Book Apart, 2016. ISBN: 978-1-9375572-5-6

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