Server Scripts with Visual Javascript


Server Scripts with Visual JavaScript gives you at-hand solutions--real
tools you can use. You get clear and detailed instructions for working
in the Visual JavaScript environment, with plenty of screen shots. This
books gives you ...
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Server Scripts with Visual JavaScript gives you at-hand solutions--real
tools you can use. You get clear and detailed instructions for working
in the Visual JavaScript environment, with plenty of screen shots. This
books gives you everything you need to slash development time--from
ready-to-run code to expert, written-for developers procedures for
creating, configuring, and deploying applications. Inside Server
Scripts with Visual JavaScript you'll find serious, in-depth guidance
on this exciting new technology, as well as expert, step-by-step
solutions for developing advanced VJS Web sites--including enough
sample scripts to put you squarely in the driver's seat. This complete,
professional solutions kit helps you reduce development time and solve
complex problems quickly with made-to-order applications. Covering the
entire Visual JavaScript product, this book presents all the answers
you'll ever need in language that's clear, to the point, and written
just for you. The McGraw-Hill Web Development Series was written by
developers for developers.
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Editorial Reviews

Covering all the features of the commercial software product, helps programmers apply it to complete Web solutions, integrate HTML documents and other components, create shopping carts and form apps, develop sites that function in any browser, use tools to develop for both servers and clients, and perform other functions. Includes a glossary without pronunciation. The CD-ROM contains ready-to-run sample scripts, components, objects, and illustrative examples. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072129120
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/28/1998

Table of Contents

Integrated Development Environment.
The JavaScript Language.
Building Three Simple Applications.
Team Development.
Design and Deployment of a VJS Application.
Building a JavaScript Component or JavaScript Bean.
Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) Overview.
Building a Clientside Application.
Accessing a Database.
Using LiveConnect for Server-Side JavaBeans.
Server-Side Java Application.
Serverside JavaScript Bean.
Using CORBA Services.
VJS CORBA Components.
Distributed Systems.
Creating a Complete Help Desk Application.
Appendices: A: Configuration of Enterprise Server and VJS.
B: Security Considerations.
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