Ms Janet Fraser
Phone: +61 3 990 34307
Fax: +61 3 990 44124
2 hour lecture 2 hour tutorial 2 hours personal study time per one hour of contact time in order to satisfy the study and assignment expectations
Before attempting this unit you must have satisfactorily completed
For MAIT students, FIT9017, FIT9018, FIT9019, FIT9030, FIT9020 and FIT4037.
, or equivalent.
It is assumed that all students have a strong knowledge of Java programming
You may not study this unit andCPE5011 CPE4003 in your degree.
This unit will be delivered via one - 2 hour lecture and one - 2 hour tutorial per week. Lecturers may go through specific examples, give demonstrations and present information that contains theoretical concepts. In tutorials students will complete practical exercises which will aid in their understanding of the content and their ability to complete assignment work. The tutorials are particularly useful in helping student consolidate concepts and practise their problem solving skills.
For information on timetabling for on-campus classes please refer to MUTTS, http://mutts.monash.edu.au/MUTTS/
On-campus students should register for tutorials/laboratories using the Allocate+ system: http://allocate.cc.monash.edu.au/
|1||Introduction to XML.|
|2||XML Schema and their uses. Simple types, complex types and validation|
|3||Introduction to XSLT and it's uses|
|4||XSLT. Using XPath. Test expressions and functions. Cascading Stylesheets|
|5||What are Virtual Directories, Setting Up a Virtual Directory, Using a Virtual Directory. HTTP protocol reviewed. HTML forms reviewed. Server controls.||Assignment 1 due Fri @2pm|
|6||C# basics: data types and operators; control structures and functions. Event driven programming and postback. Objects in C#. Static class members and class relationships.|
|7||Namespaces and core objects. State handling. Objects and structured data. Using data sources. Reading data with ADO.NET objects. Manipulating data|
|8||Manipulating XML as a data store. Navigating the nodes. Types of server controls. Page lifecycles and using server controls. Control families and data templates.|
|9||Components and user controls. Code behind. .NET Assemblies. Custom Server Controls. Web services. Building simple services. Deploying services|
|10||Configuration. Optimisation. Authentication. Sending email, Accessing File System: Uploading, Reading, Creating, Copying, Deleting files. Creating graphics with ASP.NET||Assignment 2 due Fri @ 2pm|
|Mid semester break|
|11||Web pages for mobile devices. Navigating a mobile site. List controls and data binding. Validation controls. Rich controls. Styling page output. Writing controls. New device support.|
|12||Ajax defined, using Ajax. Using Ajax with ASP.NET, using Ajax with ASP.NET and databases||Assignment 3 due Fri @ 2pm|
No texts are required
All required software is loaded in computer labs.
Software for student home use may be:
Study resources we will provide for your study are:
The FIT5032 website, http://walkabout.netcomp.monash.edu.au/walkabout/FIT5032 where lecture materials, audio lectures, tutorial exercises, assignment specifications, sample exam and supplementary materials are posted
To pass a unit which includes an examination as part of the assessment a student must obtain:
If a student does not achieve 40% or more in the unit examination or the unit non-examination total assessment, and the total mark for the unit is greater than 44% then a mark of no greater than 44-N will be recorded for the unit.
Assignment coversheets are available via "Student Forms" on the Faculty website: http://www.infotech.monash.edu.au/resources/student/forms/
You MUST submit a completed coversheet with all assignments, ensuring that the plagiarism declaration section is signed.
Assignment submission and return procedures, and assessment criteria will be specified with each assignment.
Length: 2 hours
Type (open/closed book): Closed book
Please make every effort to submit work by the due dates. It is your responsibility to structure your study program around assignment deadlines, family, work and other commitments. Factors such as normal work pressures, vacations, etc. are not regarded as appropriate reasons for granting extensions. Students are advised to NOT assume that granting of an extension is a matter of course.
Students requesting an extension for any assessment during semester (eg. Assignments, tests or presentations) are required to submit a Special Consideration application form (in-semester exam/assessment task), along with original copies of supporting documentation, directly to their lecturer within two working days before the assessment submission deadline. Lecturers will provide specific outcomes directly to students via email within 2 working days. The lecturer reserves the right to refuse late applications.
A copy of the email or other written communication of an extension must be attached to the assignment submission.
Refer to the Faculty Special consideration webpage or further details and to access application forms: http://www.infotech.monash.edu.au/resources/student/equity/special-consideration.html
Late assignments are not accepted for correction, and zero marks are awarded accordingly. The only exception to this is in the case of illness or other serious cause. In any such cases, proper third party documentation (e.g. a doctor's certificate) would have to be supplied. Where a doctor's certificate is supplied, then an extension may be allowed for time specified on the doctor's certificate.
Students can expect assignments to be returned within two weeks of the submission date or after receipt, whichever is later.
Please visit the following URL: http://www.infotech.monash.edu.au/units/appendix.html for further information about: