e-Business and e-Commerce How to Program / Edition 1by Harvey M. Deitel
Pub. Date: 08/28/2000
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Learn how to build winning e-Business/e-Commerce solutions, start to finish! In this 1000 page book, Harvey and Paul Deitel -- best-selling authors of the How to Program Series -- apply their proven methodology and signature "live code" approach to teaching Web-based e-Business/e-Commerce development! These programming techniques are ripped from the/b>/b>… See more details below
Learn how to build winning e-Business/e-Commerce solutions, start to finish! In this 1000 page book, Harvey and Paul Deitel -- best-selling authors of the How to Program Series -- apply their proven methodology and signature "live code" approach to teaching Web-based e-Business/e-Commerce development! These programming techniques are ripped from the latest headlines! You'll find nearly 100 case studies and real-life examples from the world's leading e-Business sites, plus hundreds of demonstrations and simulations covering every key component, from shopping carts to intelligent agents. Hundreds of expert tips offer invaluable insight into good programming practices, common errors to avoid, maximizing performance, testing, debugging, and more. Whether you're building from scratch or choosing a turnkey solution, the Deitels cover every element of a complete e-Business/e-Commerce system: Architecture, hardware, software, development tools, networking, consulting -- even the legal, social, and marketing issues you'll have to contend with! The accompanying CD-ROM contains all source code from the book, software from multiple vendors, plus links to hundreds of Web-based demos and developer's resources! There's never been a more powerful resource for today's e-Business developer -- or tomorrow's! For every Web developer and administrator.
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Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Computers, the Internet and the Web.
2. Introduction to Internet Explorer 5 and the World Wide Web.
3. e-Business Models.
4. Internet Marketing.
5. Online Monetary Transactions.
6. Legal, Ethical and Social Issues; Internet Taxation.
7. Computer and Network Security.
8. Hardware, Software and Communications.
9. Introduction to HyperText Markup Language 4 (HTML 4).
10. Intermediate HTML 4.
11. Ultimate Paint.
12. Microsoft FrontPage Express.
19. Dynamic HTML: Cascading Style Sheets™ (CSS).
20. Dynamic HTML: Object Model and Collections.
21. Dynamic HTML: Event Model.
22. Dynamic HTML: Filters and Transitions.
23. Dynamic HTML: Data Binding with Tabular Data Control.
24. Dynamic HTML: Client-Side Scripting with VBScript.
25. Active Server Pages (ASP).
26. ASP Case Studies.
27. XML (Extensible Markup Language).
28. Case Study: An Online Bookstore.
29. Perl 5 and CGI (Common Gateway Interface).
30. Dynamic HTML: Structured Graphics ActiveX Control.
31. Dynamic HTML: Path, Sequencer and Sprite ActiveX Controls.
32. Multimedia: Audio, Video, Speech Synthesis and Recognition.
33. Macromedia® Flash™ 4: Building Interactive Animations.
Appendix A: HTML Special Characters.
Appendix B: HTML Colors.
Appendix C: ASCII Character Set.
Appendix D: Operator Precedence Charts.
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This book is used in a class I teach (Web Programming). It stood far above other textbooks that claimed to be good web programming books.
ASP, VBScript, CGI (Perl), and XML are also covered, but in more of a 'oh yea, there are these too.' This book would get 5 stars from me if a little more meat were added to these topics.