Programming Applications for Netscape Servers

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Addison-Wesley, 1999 - Computers - 975 pages
Programming Applications for Netscape Servers fully explains Netscape Servers and provides examples of how to program applications for them. This book describes the inner workings of Netscape Servers 1.x through 3.5.1 (the latest version), including a review of server configuration options, file settings, and administration techniques. You will also find a review of API fundamentals, examples, walk-through tutorials for writing server applications, and a close examination of the most appropriate programming tools for extending Netscape Servers and creating leading-edge Internet and Intranet applications. This book offers: *in-depth coverage of NSAPI (the Netscape Server API) *the first comprehensive review of WAI (Web Application Interface)-the latest Netscape programming option *a complete review of Netscape Server configuration settings *comparisons of NSAPI, CORBA, WAI, CGI, and other server programming options *a CD-ROM with code samples, utilities, and documentation for CGI, NSAPI, CORBA, and WAI-plus NSAPI extensions for Perl and Python and CGI libraries for C, C++, and Perl In addition, this book surveys CORBA and first-generation Web programming interfaces--including CGI, W

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Contents

Introduction to Netscape Server
1
About This Book
31
Netscape Servers Configuration
37
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Kaveh Gh. Bassiri is a consultant for Netscape, for whom he has created numerous Internet and Intranet applications and demos. He also provides technical and development support for Netscape Servers and the LiveWire team. He has been a programmer, speaker, and instructor of NSAPI and other Netscape topics at Netscape, the Netscape Developer Conference, Comdex, Networld+InterOp, and the Internet Developer Forum.



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