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    The University of the Arts
  Jan 22, 2018
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MMDI 231 - Dynamic Web Development

3 credits
Creating dynamic Web solutions is an essential aspect of Web development today. In this course, students build upon existing concepts learned in Intro to Interactive Programming. The focus is on client and server side programming and relational database design for the Web. Examples of dynamic Web applications include context management systems, custom audio and video players, and e-commerce solutions.

Prerequisites MMDI*131