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Overview

This unique text explores the core concepts central to the development of three-tier, client-server Web applications. A comprehensive introduction to the Internet and Web applications is followed by a brief refresher on HTML and CSS and an introduction to client-side programming using JavaScript and browser objects. The heart of the book features a thorough exploration of concepts such as dynamically generated Web pages, session state, cookies, database support, and search capabilities. The concepts are implemented using Perl and MySQL. Detailed coverage of ASP and PHP is included. As a capstone, a firm foundation in XML is provided through in-depth coverage of XML basics, the DOM, and XSLT.
  • Illustrates how to create three-tier Web applications through hands-on exercises and real-world case studies
  • Highlights important security issues throughout
  • Uses Perl/CGI as the primary development environment
  • Includes lessons on PHP and ASP as alternative development environments
  • Introduces the XML language and how to use XML as a tool for building Web applications
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471204589
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 2/20/2004
  • Edition description: PACKAGE
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 640
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 1.35 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface.

Chapter 1. Introduction to Web Applications.

Chapter 2. Markup on the Front End.

Chapter 3. Processing on the Front End.

Chapter 4. Introduction to Perl and CGI Programming.

Chapter 5. Generating HTML Dynamically.

Chapter 6. Processing Forms.

Chapter 7. Maintaining State in Web Applications.

Chapter 8. Cookies.

Chapter 9. Perl Modules and E-mail Utilities.

Chapter 10. The Data Tier.

Chapter 11. Regular Expressions and Matching.

Chapter 12. Searching In Web Applications.

Chapter 13. A Complete Example and Security Summary.

Chapter 14. Alternative Web Programming: PHP (Web Extension).

Chapter 15. Alternative Web Programming: ASP (Web Extension).

Chapter 16. Introduction to XML (Web Extension).

Chapter 17. XML in Web Applications (Web Extension).

Chapter 18. Javascript in Web Applications (Web Extension).

Chapter 19. DHTML Overview (Web Extension).

Appendix A: HTML Basics.

Appendix B: Java References.

Appendix C: File Permissions.

Appendix D: Installing Perl and Perl  Modules.

Appendix E: Installing PHP.

Appendix F: Installing ASP.

Appendix G: Installing MYSQL.

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