Lecture Advanced Web Technologies

Lecture Advanced Web Technologies

Semester: Summer Semester 2024

Lab language: English

Exam language: English

Exam type: Project Work + Oral Examination

Maximum number of participants: 30


The course will start on April 8, 2024, and will take place in a Blended Learning format (in-person + online). More information will be provided in the Moodle course room for the registered students. Registration is possible until March 25 April 3, 2024 (see the registration section below).


The World Wide Web and its underlying technologies are increasingly gaining importance for the development of interactive Web applications. This course introduces concepts, principles, and methods in current client and server-side Web technologies. Basic Web technologies, such as HTML, CSS, JSON, JavaScript, etc., are a prerequisite to taking this course. The focus of this course is rather on advanced topics in emerging Web technologies. These include extensions of Web standards, Web toolkits, and development environments, current backend Web frameworks (e.g., Node/Express, Flask), frontend Web frameworks (e.g., Angular, React), and a combination of different Web technologies (e.g., MEAN/MERN Stack, Dash). This course follows a student-centered and project-based learning approach. Web technologies will be presented in the lecture by student groups. The presented technologies are further investigated and applied in hands-on sessions as well as small student projects carried out throughout the course.

Getting credits for this course requires the successful completion of all assignments, projects, and oral exams at the end of the semester. The final grade will be calculated as follows: student technology presentations including hands-on sessions (20%), projects (35%), class participation & group management/collaboration & individual contribution (12%), and oral exam (33%). 

Target Audience

  • Master ISE CE
  • Master Applied Computer Science
  • Master Komedia

Date & Location

Lecture / Hands-on sessions:

  • Mon, 12:00 – 14:00
  • LK 052 / Online
  • Starts on April 8, 2024

Lecture / Hands-on sessions:

  • Wed, 14:00 – 16:00
  • LB 117 / Online
  • Starts on April 10, 2024


  • Knowledge of basic Web technologies such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is required
  • Knowledge of Python is helpful
  • High motivation and commitment
  • Good teamwork skills


Due to didactical methods, we have a limit of 30 students for this class (first come, first served). To register, please email Mr. Shoeb Joarder by March 25 April 3, 2024, with your matriculation number, study program, and knowledge/experience in Web technologies. If the maximum number of participants is reached, we will use a waiting list.