Expected learning outcomes
After successful completion, the students will be capable of:
- Explaining and discussing the challenges and issues faced in the development of the next generation web - the semantic, service-oriented, mobile, and social web
- Analyzing the current and future directions of the web based on its history
- Discussing the principles, technologies, and standards being used to build the next generation web
- Developing applications for the next generation web
- Introduction to semantic web technologies
- Introduction to service-oriented web architectures
- Next generation web standards
- Mobile web fundamentals
- Fundamentals of modern web applications and single page applications (SPA)
- Opportunities and challenges for businesses, users, and society
- Developing next generation web applications
Net Support Learning
Teaching Methods (additional text)
The course will be offered both as an ordinary campus course and as a course that is offered in a flexible way to off-campus students. Lecture notes, e-lectures and other types of e-learning material will be offered through Fronter. Communication between the teachers and the students, and among the students, will be facilitated by Fronter.
Form(s) of Assessment
Written exam, 4 hours
Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)
- Exam counts for 100%
Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)
Internal examiner for the written exam. External examiner will be involved at least every fifth year of the course - next time no later than 2020.
Re-sit examination is offered for the written exam in August.
English translation dictionary.
One mandatory assignment report according to the course assignment schedule.
- B Lawson and R Sharp, Introducing HTML5, 2nd Edition, New Riders, 2012, ISBN-10: 0321784421
- Note handouts and web material
Replacement course for
IMT4093 Intro to Research in Web Technology
The course will run for the first time in 2016.