CT216 Software Engineering Tutorial

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CT216 Software Engineering Tutorial
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CT216 Software Engineering Tutorial Eoin O Fiachain 23rd/30th September 2004 1 Tutorial Schedule The tutorials will occur every Thursday morning at 9am in Room TB302 in the Tower Block. They will cover various aspects of the technologies involved in the CT216 Software Engineering Project. There will be 5 tutorial sessions in all. Tutorial sessions will be run separately for each of the two groups in the class on alternating Thursdays. Accordingly, each student need only attend one tutorial every fortnight. The schedule is as follows: Sep 23 The World Wide Web and HTML (Group 1) Sep 30 The World Wide Web and HTML (Group 2) Oct 7 Web Development in PHP (Group 1) Oct 14 Web Development in PHP (Group 2) Oct 21 MySQL (Group 1) Oct 28 MySQL (Group 2) Nov 4 Integrating MySQL with PHP; Using CVS (Group 1) Nov 11 Integrating MySQL with PHP; Using CVS (Group 2) Nov 18 Advanced PHP Concepts (Group 1) Nov 25 Advanced PHP Concepts (Group 2) Tutorial notes will be placed in the Software Engineering Project folder in the CT216 page on blackboard.nuigalway.ie. This folder also contains a col- lection of links to useful online resources for the software engineering project (tutorials, API documentation, etc.). 1
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Questions are welcome at any point throughout the tutorial. I can be con- tacted with any further queries at the conclusion of the tutorial or by email at eoin@eoinofiachain.com. 2 Introduction to The World Wide Web 2.1 What is the Internet The Internet is a publicly available worldwide system of interconnected com- puter networks that communicate using the Internet Protocol (IP). 2.2 What is the World Wide Web The World Wide Web is a system of internet servers that support specially formatted documents (called HTML pages). These pages provide links to other HTML pages and to other types of documents and files stored on the internet. Not all Internet servers are part of the world wide web. There are are three main standards employed in the World Wide Web: • The Uniform Resource Locator (URL) Specifies a unique address for each page of information e.g. http://www.nuigalway.ie/somepage.html • Hyper Text Transfer Protocol (HTTP) Specifies how to send information to and from the server • Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) A method of encoding information so it can be displayed on a variety of devices 2.3 Uniform Resource Locator (URL) A URL (also known as a web address) is a standardised unique address for some resource (such as a document or image) on the Internet. Each URL contains a number of elements which collectively uniquely identify a particular resource and would typically take the following form: 2
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protocol://host:port/path For example, the URL representing the the CT216 homepage is: http://corrib.it.nuigalway.ie:80/content/teaching/ct216/ct216.html Elements found a typical URL would be: • protocol The protocol (set of rules/standards) indicates how

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