Beyond HTML

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Osborne McGraw-Hill, 1996 - Computers - 472 pages
This handbook provides information and direction on implementing the best of the new technologies and HTML alternatives created to improve Web sites. Topics covered include: HTML alternatives, such as Adobe Acrobat, Novell Envoy, Common Ground Digital Paper and SGML; interactivity and multimedia technologies, such as Sun Java, Iterplay, Director, media objects, Script X and Microsoft Blackbird; virtual reality on the Web, with a focus on VRML; real-time audio, including Real Audio, Xing technologies, DSP Group TrueSpeech and Voxware; and multi-user environments, such as Chat, Prospero Global Stage, Ubique and Worldschat.

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