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ICT 4310 - Client-Server Applications

This course provides a practical introduction to client-server applications and programming. The course examines key aspects of client-server computing such as systems requirements for operating systems, middleware, networks, servers and clients. The course develops the student’s understanding of alternative client-server architectures to meet business requirements, the selection of application development tools, and the use of object-oriented analysis and design practices to implement client-server applications. Students will also develop client applications using a variety of techniques. Prerequisites: ICT 4300.


Spring 2018 - On campus (CRN - 4871)

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