PHP and Wireless Web Development

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Draganova, Chrisina 2006. PHP and Wireless Web Development. JICC 10. 10th Annual Conference of Java in the Computing Curriculum London.
AuthorsDraganova, Chrisina
TypeConference paper
Abstract

In this paper we consider how teaching traditional web development with PHP can be extended to wireless web development. Wireless technology is a new exciting development in the computing field and, as such, should be addressed in the computing curriculum. This paper suggests a way of introducing topics on wireless web devel-opment using wireless technologies and the server side programming language PHP; it gives an overview of the main wireless standards and presents examples using these technologies in conjunction with PHP. The exam-ples are aimed to be used in the “Internet Technologies” module for Foundation Degree students in Computing at London Metropolitan University.

Keywordswireless web development; teaching; computing curriculum; PHP
Year2006
ConferenceJICC 10
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Print2006
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Deposited22 Feb 2010
Web address (URL)http://hdl.handle.net/10552/609
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Draganova, C. (2006) ‘PHP and Wireless Web Development’, In: JICC 10, 10th Annual Conference of Java in the Computing Curriculum, London..

Place of publicationLondon.
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