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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MARTY HALL is president of, Inc., a small company that provides training courses and consulting services related to server-side Java technology. He also teaches Java and Web programming in the Johns Hopkins University part-time graduate program in Computer Science, where he directs the Distributed Computing and Web Technology concentration areas. Marty is the author of four books from Prentice Hall and Sun Microsystems Press: the first edition of Core Servlets and JavaServer Pages, More Servlets and JavaServer Pages, and the first and second editions of Core Web Programming.

LARRY BROWN is a Senior Network Engineer and Oracle DBA for the U.S. Navy (NSWCCD), where he specializes in developing and deploying network and Web solutions in an enterprise environment. He is also a Computer Science faculty member at the Johns Hopkins University, where he teachers server-side programming, distributed Web programming, and Java user interface development for the part-time graduate program. Larry is the co-author of the second edition of Core Web Programming, also from Prentice Hall and Sun Microsystems Press.

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