Core Web Programming

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Prentice Hall PTR, 1998 - CGI (Computer network protocol) - 1279 pages
One-stop shopping for Web programmers! Every Internet and intranet developer needs to understand four core technologies: HTML, Java, CGI and JavaScript. Now, you can learn them all in one book: Core Web Programming, the ultimate Web development resource for experienced programmers! HTML 3.2: Extraordinary practical coverage cuts through the complexity to show how HTML is really used-from the fundamentals to frames, cascading style sheets, layered HTML, and new features. Java: Ten super-efficient chapters teach experienced programmers all they need to write great Java programs. Start with the basics of Java syntax and object-oriented programming. Then take an in-depth look at the AWT-including the new event model and every 1.0 and 1.1 component. Youll even learn advanced multi-threading and client/server techniques! CGI: Connect your Web pages to databases or other programs on your corporate server. Detailed coverage of both the client and server sides of the process! JavaScript: Discover scripting techniques you can use right now to add dynamic capabilities to your Web pages-the quick, easy way! * Coverage of versions 1.2, 1.2, and 1.0, plus portability tips. * Core Web Programmin

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