CIW Application Developer Exam 1D0-430
A CIW Application Developer creates interactive Web pages using client-side and server-side Web applications; accesses relational database systems from Web applications; implements applications using component technology; and creates parameters for environment variables. Skills measured in the 1D0-430 exam include but are not limited to the following:
[edit section] Plan and implement application development projects.
[edit section] Identify and use various server-side development environments (Perl, ASP, PHP, SSJS, JSP).
[edit section] Identify and use various development platforms (UNIX, Windows 2000, and Macintosh).
[edit section] Identify and use various communication protocols (HTTP and others).
[edit section] Perform server-side and client-side scripting.
[edit section] Define the application development process.
[edit section] Define CGI and its significance to the World Wide Web.
[edit section] Use the HTTP GET and POST request methods.
[edit section] Define Perl and its distinct benefits to CGI programming.
[edit section] Write and use Perl scripts and Perl elements.
[edit section] Incorporate HTML into Perl.
[edit section] Define PHP, and identify platforms and Web servers that support it.
[edit section] Define PHP page structure and PHP string functions.
[edit section] Identify and use variables, data types, and variable functions.
[edit section] Identify and use operators, conditional statements, loops, arrays, functions and pattern matching.
[edit section] Define database basics, including database structure, schemas and SQL.
[edit section] Use the MySQL database server, and create databases and database tables using MySQL and PHP.
[edit section] Identify errors and perform error handling.
[edit section] Identify PHP security issues, including safe mode.
[edit section] Identify and use ASP files and ASP-based applications, including the Web servers that support ASP applications.
[edit section] Define virtual directories, including benefits to server script developers.
[edit section] Define ODBC, OLE DB, ADO, Global.asa file, and the structure of ASP technology.
[edit section] ASP intrinsic objects, including properties and methods of ASP components.
[edit section] Insert, update and delete records in a database using ASP and ADO.
[edit section] Construct databases, including data integrity.
[edit section] Define and use encryption, including the different protocols used in applying encryption to various situations.
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