Web Programming Languages Sourcebook by Gordon McComb
Includes CD-ROM with a library resource of scripts and programs from each language that readers can customize for use on a Web site.
Includes companion Web Site with all the projects discussed in the book, fully functioning so readers can see exactly how they work on the Internet.
With contributions by:
• Marty Bower, an accomplished programmer, specializing in C and C++ applications, database development, and the World Wide Web.
• Mark Robinson, a full-time consultant, specializing in Java development, both standalone Java applets and Java on the Web.
Table of Contents
Programming for the World Wide Web.
Web Servers and CGI at Work.
Understanding Variables, Expressions, and Statements.
Using Forms with Web Programs.
Choosing a Programming Language.
Installing Your Web Program on a Server.
Developing Applications with Server-Side Includes.