The Web Development Course People
The Spring 2013 professors:
For meetings with the professors, e-mail both a request and several possible time slot options.
The Spring 2013 MS assistants who will review student sites on a weekly basis:
|Archana Nagesh Atreya||
|Priyank D Desai||
|Dhruvenkumar N Shah||
MS assistants will hold office hours as noted in 212 WVH.
The following e-mail addresses may be used for communication:
||Professors Rasala and Annuziato and the MS assistants|
It is very important that if you have technical problems
access to the servers, the ASP.NET web server, or the SQL
server that you e-mail to the general list
This permits the professors and assistants to work together on
On the other hand, to discuss your site, your experiments, and your project, write to the professors and/or the MS assistant who will be reviewing your site each week.
Use the address
ws-all to send information that
you believe will be of general interest to the professors,
the MS assistants, and all students in the course.
If you ask a question to
ws and we think that the
question would interest everyone then the message will be made
anonymous and the answer will go to
- March 2, 2013 to March 10, 2013
Date/Time When Sites Must Be Ready For Final Grading
Links to Demonstration Sites
The following site links to the Web Development stories:
The Web Development Stories provide numerous links to technical documentation and blogs about the assorted topics relevant to web development.
Students are invited to send additional links to Professor Rasala
rasala) that might be included on the various
Web Development Stories pages.
Links to 2013 Sites for Faculty and Students
Of course, student sites do not yet exist.
Be sure to send your family name, your given name, and your CCIS
username to Professor Rasala (
rasala) so you may be
entered into the XML data files that drive quick access to
the student sites.
You will get an e-mail reminder about this and kindly reply promptly.
You will maintain two versions of your student site. One site will be maintained locally on your machine and will be the version that you edit and enhance in Visual Studio. The other site will be the production site that lives on the college IIS web server. You will move files from your local site to the web server when you believe that the code is bug-free. You should immediately test after such a move and you should normally pull back the changes if you detect bugs.
If you need help with debugging, you may temporarily leave bad code
on the IIS server and send e-mail to
However, if bad code entirely crashes your site, pull it back right
away and arrange an in-person meeting for debugging.
Essential Files to Start Your Site
Go to Essential Files to obtain the essential files that must be used to make your initial site. These files are critical for course management and final grading so without them your grade is an automatic F.
You will be happier if you read through the directions on that page.
How To Get A Student Site Created on the IIS Web Server
To get a student ASP.NET site at CCIS, you need a CCIS account which translates into a CCIS username and password. If you do not have a CCIS account, go to the Systems office in 310 WVH and get an account form. Follow all steps and then submit back to 310 WVH. It will take one day for the systems staff to check that everything is OK and then to enable your account.
Once you have a CCIS account, go the the following page and opt in.
It may take several hours or even overnight for your site to be created.
Link to the Story Utility
Go to the Story Utility.