- Departments / Centres
To understand Open Source Programming concepts
To build applications based on Open Source Softwares
UNIT I - INTRODUCTION
Introduction to open source programming languages, advantages and drawbacks of open source programming, threats and vulnerabilities in open source languages, Operating System – Ubuntu Linux – Introduction to shell programming.
UNIT II – PHP
PHP Language Basics, Functions - calling a function, variable function, and anonymous function, Strings - cleaning, encoding and escaping, and comparing strings, Arrays – storing data in arrays, extracting multiple values, traversing, and sorting arrays, Objects – creation, introspection, and serialization, Web Techniques – processing forms and maintaining state.
UNIT III – WEB DATABASE APPLICATIONS
UNIT IV – PERL, TCL, AND PYTHON
Numbers and Strings, Control Statements, Lists and Arrays, Files, Pattern matching, Hashes, Functions. Introduction to TCL/TK, Introduction to Python.
UNIT V – SECURITY IN WEB APPLICATIONS
After successful completion of the course, students will be able to:
develop codes in open source web applications
understand the risks associated with the open source codes
write secure CGI scripts
Kevin Tatroe, Peter MacIntyre, Rasmus Lerdorf, “Programming PHP”, O’Reilly Media, 2012.
Michael Cross, “Developer’s Guide to Web Application Security”, Syngress Publishers, 2007.
Hugh E. Williams, David Lane, “Web Database applications with PHP and MYSQL”, Second Edition, O’Reilly Media, 2004.
Tom Christiansen, Brian D Foy, Larry Wall, Jon Orwant, “Programming Perl”, Fourth Edition, O’Reilly Media, 2012.
Mark Lutz, “Programming Python”, Fourth Edition, O’Reilly Media, 2010.
Online Tutorials and Recent IEEE/ACM Journal Papers