Java for the World Wide Web

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Peachpit Press, 1998 - Computers - 221 pages
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Visual QuickStart Guides are rapidly becoming the easiest, clearest and most sought-after titles for learning complex new Internet technologies. Even a quick glance at web design sites for the non-programmer (like Cnets Content Builder) shows that designers, graphic artists and content-creators want to use Java. The web is filled with content creators who have used a pre-built Java app., and probably not been 100% satisfied with the results. With just enough Java to get going doing something useful, a strict focus on visual Java (meaning using Java to make interface elements for web pages), and a quality guarantee that the Java in this book will work in most - if not all - web browsers, Java for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide is sure to be an indispensable guide to the decades most important new programming language for the web scripter

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a bit difficult for newbs but overall a good overview and introduction. Read full review


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Java Basics
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About the author (1998)

Dori Smith has been programming for over 20 years. As a partner in Chalcedony Consulting, she does programming, training, writing, and Web design. You can find out more about her at her personal site. Dori is also a contributing editor for NetProfessional magazine, is on their advisory board, and is a member of the Web Standards Project Steering Committee.

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