IT8201 Information Technology Essentials Notes Regulation 2017

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UNIT I WEB ESSENTIALS

Creating a Website
Working principle of a Website
Browser fundamentals
Authoring tools
Types of servers: Application Server
Web Server
Database Server

UNIT II SCRIPTING ESSENTIALS

Need for Scripting languages
Types of scripting languages
Client side scripting
Server side scripting
PHP
Working principle of PHP
PHP Variables
Constants
Operators
Flow Control and Looping
Arrays
Strings
Functions
File Handling
PHP and MySQL
PHP and HTML
Cookies
Simple PHP scripts

UNIT III NETWORKING ESSENTIALS

Fundamental computer network concepts
Types of computer networks
Network layers
TCP/IP model
Wireless Local Area Network
Ethernet
WiFi
Network Routing
Switching
Network components

UNIT IV MOBILE COMMUNICATION ESSENTIALS

Cell phone working fundamentals
Cell phone frequencies & channels
Digital cell phone components
Generations of cellular networks
Cell phone network technologies / architecture
Voice calls & SMS

UNIT V APPLICATION ESSENTIALS

Creation of simple interactive applications
Simple database applications
Multimedia applications
Design and development of information systems
Personal Information System
Information retrieval system
Social networking applications

OUTCOMES

On Completion of the course, the students should be able to:

  • Design and deploy web-sites
  • Design and deploy simple web-applications
  • Create simple database applications
  • Develop information system
  • Describe the basics of networking and mobile communications

TEXT BOOKS

  1. Robin Nixon, “Learning PHP, MySQL, JavaScript, CSS & HTML5” Third Edition, O’REILLY, 2014.
  2. James F. Kurose, “Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach”, Sixth Edition, Pearson, 2012.

REFERENCES

  1. Gottapu Sasibhushana Rao, “Mobile Cellular Communication”, Pearson, 2012.
  2. R. Kelly Rainer , Casey G. Cegielski , Brad Prince, Introduction to Information Systems, Fifth Edition, Wiley Publication, 2014.
  3. it-ebooks.org