Application development for distributed environments

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McGraw-Hill Ryerson, Limited, 1994 - Computers - 298 pages
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Written from an MIS perspective, and with a foreword by James Martin, this latest volume in the James Martin/McGraw-Hill Productivity Series provides the answers IS professionals need when seeking the best designs and applications in distributed environments.
This up-to-date reference explains how distributed technology has evolved - and is still evolving - and offers expert advice on application development in distributed environments Covered are the advantages and disadvantages, steps in the design process, application development tools, available products, and the three components of a distributed environment: the client, the server, and the network.
The guide details the development, implementation, and operational phases of applications in distributed environments, design methods, and application development tools - all the information you need to ensure that applications running on the client/server architecture are designed to optimize its features for maximum benefit to you and your organization.

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Distributed Environments
Application Development Strategies
Components of a Distributed Environment

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