• To understand the basics of Web Designing using HTML, DHTML, and CSS   
  • To learn the basics about Client side scripts and Server side scripts



  • Ability to design and develop client side scripting techniques 
  • Ability to build real world applications using client side and server side scripting languages 


Unit – I

HTML- List, Tables, Images, Forms, Frames, Cascading Style sheets. XML- Document type definition, XML Schemas, Document Object model 


Unit – II

Java Script -Control statements, Functions, Arrays, Objects, Events, Dynamic HTML with Java Script, Ajax 


Unit – III

Web servers – IIS (XAMPP, LAMPP) and Tomcat Servers. Java Web Technologies- Servlets, JavaServer Pages, Java Server Faces, Web Technologies in Netbeans, Building a Web Application in Netbeans, JSF Components, Session Tracking, Cookies 


Unit – IV

PHP- Basics, String Processing and Regular Expressions, Form Processing and Business Logic, Using Cookies, Dynamic Content, Operator Precedence Chart 


Unit – V

Database Connectivity with MySQL - Servlets, JSP, PHP. Case Studies- Student information system, Health Management System 



  1. Paul J. Deitel, Harvey M. Deitel, Abbey Deitel, “Internet & World Wide Web How to Program”, Deitel series, 5th edition, 2012 
  2. Jason Gilmore, “Beginning PHP and MySQL From Novice to Professional”, 4th Edition, Apress Publications, 2010 



  • Robert W. Sebesta, “Programming with World Wide Web”, Pearson, 4th edition, 2008 
  • David William Barron, “The World of Scripting Languages”, Wiley Publications, 2000