|Professor Kenneth Larson
Macmillan 109, 364-3305
Cleveland 210, 364-3305
|Professor Carol Shilepsky
Macmillan 104, 364-3214
There will be a midterm on October 15, a project due on December 10 and a final exam on December 19, 7-10 pm. Homework and class participation, the midterm, the project, and the final each contribute 25% towards your grade.
||Class: Introduction to and tour of Wells network (hardware/software).
Assignment: Loshin Chapter 1 and Chapter 19, p. 347-65.
|Class: UNIX, Telnet, FTP. Exercise.
Assignment: Niederst recommended: p. 3-4; required: p. 47-63. If time, start p. 67-91.
Come to class prepared to explain a UNIX command of your choice.
|9/10||Class: Network models, client/server architecture, network layers.
Assignment: Loshin: Chapters 2 and 3.
|Class: HTML Tags and Attributes.
Assignment: Niederst Chapters 5 and 6. Skim Chapters 7 and 8 so that the material can serve as a reference when you need to know more. Be able to interpret Appendices A and B.
Add examples of each of the features discussed in class to your index.htm.
|9/17||Class: Network addresses & names; internetwork architecture
Assignment: Loshin: Chapters 4 and 5.
|Class: HTML forms:
adding two numbers,
signing a guestbook,
a simple alert,
CS 131 program submission.
Assignment: Read Chapter 12. Add a guestbook form to your page that uses at least 6 of the input elements on p. 236-241 and emails the results to yourself. Peek Todano and Strang have a good discussion of UNIX pipes and filters on p. 70-74.
|9/24||Class: Some networking issues; overview of TCP/IP applications.
Assignment: Loshin: Chapter 6.
Assignment:Flannagan: read Ch 1. We will cover the long example later. Review Ch 2-7. This is mostly reference since you know C++. Recommended: pp 27-44, 52-56, 63-77, 87-105. Enhance add.htm to include multiplication in a second function. (ans) Build a page that writes the first 10 integers, their squares and cubes, using functions for square and cube. (ans: 1, 2. ) Build a page that tests countCharacters using a form with boxes for inputting a string and a character, and a button that causes the number of occurrences of the character in the string to be placed in a third box. (ans: 1, 2. )
|10/1||Class: The data link layer.
Assignment: Loshin: Chapters 7 and 13.
Changing the status line,
Adding a clock to the status bar..
Assignment: Flannagan: read Ch. 12, omitting 12.2.5-7, 12.3.5-6, Ch. 13.1-13.4. Modify one of your pages so that a function is loaded from a file. Add seconds to the status bar clock in timeouta.htm. Solution.. Construct a page that uses alert, prompt, and confirm in appropriate (or interesting) ways
|10/8||FALL BREAK||FALL BREAK|
|10/15||Midterm Examination. Programming answers:
Assignment: Loshin: Chapters 7 and 13.
Assignment: Read Flanagan 15.1, 15.2, 16.5. Add a city, state, telephone, and zip to the guestbook example with appropriate validations for all fields. *Add hidden fields whose values contain the current month and day (guestans.htm).
||Class: The internetworking layer: the Internet Protocol; IP
Assignment: Loshin: Chapter 8.
Regular expressions and introduction to CGI.
First CGI program.
Assignment: Make sure you understand why the Date methods behave as they do. Finish reqular expressions in class notes, p.4. Reference for regular expressions: Flanagan, 10.1, 10.2, 10.4; see below for for CGI and perl. Enhance the validations in guestans.htm, using regular expressions wherever you can (solution). Write and run a small CGI program.
||Class: The internetworking layer: Routing.
Assignment: Loshin: Chapters 9 and 10.
More CGI, scripts and perl. Examples: name.pl, name1.pl
Scripts with and without aliasing:
Input from a form:
Assignment: 1) Write and run an interesting small perl prgram to run via telnet. 2) Convert one of your forms to cgi and have the cgi script print the resulting QUERY_STRING. 3) regular expressions practice (solution). Email me your answers to 1) and 3) when done.
||Class: The transport layer: UDP & TCP.
Assignment: Loshin: Chapters 11 and 14.
Designing the Internet Protocol: Next Generation (IPng)
Assignment: Construct responses to the questionaires in guesthid.htm. (solution). Construct a form that acts like a madlib (asking for different parts of speech which are then plugged into an silly paragraph). I have an example on my door, or try madlib.htm.
|11/12||Class: DNS, IPv6.
Assignment: Loshin: Chapters 15 and 16.
Assignment: Develop a small survey similar to pizza.htm. *Add the following enhancements to pizza or your program: 1) check for invalid response (e.g. topping=Ham) and 2) allow user to add a new option. Write a program similar to file3.pl that reads a file such as guest.dat or pizza.dat in telnet and displays it on the terminal. *Do not just print the file, use the data for some purpose.
|11/19||Class: Telnet & FTP.
Assignment: Loshin: Chapter 17.
|No programming lecture this class.
|11/26||Class: Email, News, & other messaging.
Assignment: Loshin: Chapters 21 and 24, and 26.
Cold Fusion example
Assignment: Enhance the sales example with one of the suggestions or one of your own choosing. Send me an email describing what you have done.
Using Secure Email with Digital Certificates in Netscape
|Class: cookies.htm, mail.cgi.|
|12/10||Class: Projects||Class: Projects|
Last updated: Monday, December 3, 2001 20:34:00
Updated by: KEL