E-commerce: fundamentals and applications

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Learning how to build useful e-commerce applications is challenging and exciting because it involves knowing a little about a lot of different computing technologies including networking, security, programming, human computer interface design and database design. This is a book that brings breadth in its coverage of technologies and discusses how to integrate them to achieve business aims.
It covers the full range of relevant web technologies and protocols and it focuses particularly on techniques that are most suitable for e-commerce application building.
"highly recommendable ...The major strength of the book is the fact that it is comprehensive, and that by following the code examples, readers will be able to actually see how e-commerce web sites can be put together. "
Fintan Clear, Brunel University
"the text clearly provides an extremely full and appropriate coverage of the issues. As such it has major market potential as a core text for both postgraduate and undergraduate e-commerce programmes."
Ian Chaston, Reader in Management University of Plymouth, UK
"a very comprehensive and up to date description of the use of the internet to buy and sell goods and services. It covers all the major types of e-commerce, Business to Business (B2B), Business to Consumer (B2C), Consumer to Business (C2B) and Consumer to Consumer (C2C)."
David Wortley, Mass Mitec.
"the technical content is excellent"
Maxime Bombardier, Senior Computer Systems Analyst, Sintaks, a Canon USA Division

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Internet and world wide web
Clientside programming
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Chan is Assistant Professor at the Department of Computing of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He teaches various e-commerce subjects and is working on a number of e-commerce research projects.

Lee is Assistant Professor at the Department of Computing of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Besides teaching e-commerce and programming he is conducting research on e-commerce, intelligent agents and neural networks.

Chang is a Project Manager who has successfully managed several commerical-grade software projects for industry. She is Associate Professor at the University of Newcastle, Australia.

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