Internet and World Wide Web: How to Program

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Computers - 1157 pages
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Authors Harvey and Paul Dietel are the principals of Deitel & Associates, Inc., the internationally-recognized training and consulting organization specializing in Java, C++, C, Visual Basic, object technology, and Internet and World Wide Web programming training. They are also the authors of the best-selling college-level textbooks including C++ How to Program (2/e), Java How to Program (3/e), C How to Program (2/e) and Visual Basic 6 How to Program. The Deitels and their colleague Tem Nieto introduce the fundamentals of Internet and World Wide Web programming. Key topics include: *Client-side and server-side scripting, objects *HTML, JavaScript/Jscript, VBScript *ActiveX Controls, graphics, GUI, events *Database: SQL, ADO, RDS, data binding *Electronic commerce, SSL, SET, cryptography *ASP, Perl/CGI, Servlets *Dynamic HTML, XML *Multimedia, animation *Audio, video, speech *PWS, IIS, Apache, Jigsaw Internet and World Wide Web How to Program include: *Hundreds of live-code programs with screen captures that show exact outputs *Extensive exercises (many with answers) accompanying every chapter *Hundreds of tips, recommended practices and cautions-marked with these icons Internet

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Because of competing standards, browsers, and platforms, the web is basically a chaotic mess, making it difficult for web masters to design anything. Harvey and Paul Deitel and T.R. Nieto attempt to ... Read full review


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Introduction to Internet Explorer 5
Introduction to Hypertext Markup Language 4

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Harvey M. Deitel is one of the world's leading computer science instructors and seminar presenters, and author of twelve books. Paul J. Deitel has taught programming at many of the world's leading companies. Together, the Deitels have written seven books, including C++ How to Program. Together, they are principals of Deitel & Associates, a leading international training firm. Tem R. Nieto is an instructor for Deitel & Associates, and has taught programming at many of the world's leading companies.

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