The course is mandatory for International Master's Programme in Computer Science and Engineering and Master's Programme in Computer Science and Engineering. It is optional for other degree and master programmes.
5 ECTS cr
|Language of instruction
Spring, periods 3-4.
1. Understands the main design concepts related to REST architectural style and ROA architecture
2. Is able to design, test and implement different components of a RESTful Web API
3. Understands what hypermedia is and how can it be used to build RESTful Web APIs
4. Is able to implement simple clients using Web technologies
5. Becomes familiar with basic technologies to store persitent data on the server and serialize data in the Web
|Mode of delivery
Web-based teaching and face-to-face teaching.
|Learning activities and teaching methods
Lectures 4 h, guided laboratory work 15 h, the rest as self-study and group work. Each group implements programs and writes a report.
M.Sc. level students of Computer Science and Engineering; other students of the university of Oulu are accepted if there is enough space in the classes.
|Prerequisites and co-requisites
Elementary programming. Applied Computing Project I is recommended.
|Recommended optional programme components
The course is an independent entity and does not require additional studies carried out at the same time.
|Recommended or required reading
Mainly course slides and links to different Web resources announced during the first lecture. Course books: * Leonard Richardson, Mike Amundsen & Sam Ruby. RESTful Web APIs. O'Reilly Media 2013. ISBN: 978-1-4493-5806-8. * Leonard Richardson & Sam Ruby,RESTful Web Services. O’Reilly Media 2007. ISBN: 978-0-596-52926-0.
|Assessment methods and criteria
This course unit utilizes continuous assessment. The project work is divided in different deadlines that students must meet to pass the course. Each deadline will be assessed after completion.
Read more about assessment criteria at the University of Oulu webpage.
The course unit utilizes a numerical grading scale 1-5. In the numerical scale zero stands for a fail.
Ivan Sanchez Milara
|Working life cooperation
This course replaces the course “521260S Representing structured information”.