SOEN 287: Introduction to Web Applications
Internet architecture and protocols. Web applications through clients and servers. Markup languages. Client-side programming using scripting languages. Static website contents and dynamic page generation through server-side programming. Preserving state (client-side) in Web applications. Using query languages to access server-side data.
|QA||Tuesdays, 10:15 – 11:55||Eric Chan|
|QB||Thursdays, 18:15 – 19:55||Richard Le Guen|
The Project; Part 1
You must submit a partially completed version of your project on Nov 20th worth 25% of your project grade.
The Web Server
Eric Chan has prepared us a mini http server to use since we are not allowed to use users.encs.concordia.ca
Download it here.
To run it, first
@chmod it on the Linux command line:
chmod 755 thttpd
cd (change directory) to the folder you downloaded it to, and execute with the following:
./thttpd -d /www$HOME
Open your favorite web browser (FIREFOX) and hit up http://localhost:8080/ to visit files and CGI scripts in your ENCS web space!