The Internet Encyclopedia, Volume 1 (A - F)
John Wiley & Sons, Nov 11, 2004 - Business & Economics - 851 pages
The Internet Encyclopedia in a 3-volume reference work on the internet as a business tool, IT platform, and communications and commerce medium.
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Figure 3 illustrates how view state works. In this example, the user has typed the name “Bill Adams” into the text box and clicked the submit button. He then typed the name “John Smith” into the text box and clicked the submit button ...
Figure 4: ActiveX Control Pad. Figure 7: Example of the document scroller. Figure 10: Web. a wrapper around existing components, so the programmer not needed to rewrite them. Applications built using the .NET Framework can connect with ...
... DayTimePicker Control—displays date and time information and acts as the interface through which users can modify this information (see Figure 4); r DataRepeater Control—functions as a data-bound container of any other user control.
Figure 8: Screen capture example of the path control. The path control (Figure 8) is an advanced control available in Internet Explorer that allows the user to animate visual objects (images, text, etc.). Objects can move around inside ...
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In the 258 page there is definitions of networkings.
Denial of Service Attacks
DHTML Dynamic HyperText Markup Language
BusinesstoBusiness B2B Internet Business Models
BusinesstoConsumer B2C Internet Business Models
Capacity Planning for Web Services
Cascading Style Sheets CSS
Circuit Message and Packet Switching
ClickandBrick Electronic Commerce
Collaborative Commerce Ccommerce
Common Gateway Interface CGI Scripts
Computer Security Incident Response Teams CSIRTs
Computer Viruses and Worms
Conducted Communications Media
ConsumerOriented Electronic Commerce
Convergence of Data Sound and Video
Customer Relationship Management on the Web
Cybercrime and Cyberfraud
Cyberlaw The Major Areas Development and Provisions
Databases on the Web
Data Mining in Ecommerce
Data Warehousing and Data Marts
Digital Signatures and Electronic Signatures
Disaster Recovery Planning
Distance Learning Virtual Learning
Downloading from the Internet
Ebusiness ROI Simulations
Electronic Commerce and Electronic Business
Electronic Data Interchange EDI
Electronic Funds Transfer
Email and Instant Messaging
Enterprise Resource Planning ERP
Esystems for the Support of Manufacturing Operations
Extensible Markup Language XML
Extensible Stylesheet Language XSL
Feasibility of Global Ebusiness Projects