About COSC 4210
Meeting Times: Tuesday and Thursday 2:45 - 4:00
Meeting Location: EN 4059
Class Web Page: http://cosc4210.cs.uwyo.edu
The course will cover the basics of developing data driven web applications using C# and ASP.NET.
Topics include HTML5, CSS3, responsive design frameworks, Model View Controller (MVC) architectural pattern and framework,
Entity Framework, Language-Integrated Queries (LINQ), authentication, authorization, unit testing,
and using Visual Studio Online (formerly Microsoft Team Foundation Server) for source control and project management.
Data driven applications often include functionality to manage lists.
Thoughout the semester, we will be building a single application which will include managing lists of objects.
Students will choose their own object type.
Class attendance is mandatory. There will be many in class projects. If you are not in class to participate, you cannot make up the work unless you have a university excused absence.
Assignments are due at midnight on the due date. Late assignments will not be accepted unless you have a university excused absence.
Final course grade: A: >=93%, A-: >=90%, B+: >=87%, B: >=83%, B-: >=80%, C+: >=77%, C: >=73%, C-: >=70%, D+: >=67%, D: >=63%, D-: >=60%, F: < 60%
- Modern Web Development: Understanding domains, technologies, and user experience,
Dino Esposito, 2016, ISBN: 978-1509300013
- LINQ Unleashed for C#, Paul Kimmel, 2008, ISBN: 978-0672329838
Available online at Safari Books
If you have a physical, learning, or psychological disability and require accommodations, please let the instructor know as soon as possible. You must register with, and provide documentation of your disability to Disability Support Services (DSS) in room 128 Knight Hall.
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General Course Information
There will be assignments due for credit during the last week of class.
The instructor reserves the right to make changes in the syllabus and schedule as the need arises.