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Programming the World Wide Web,9780201704846

Programming the World Wide Web

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Pub. Date:
1/1/2002
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Addison Wesley
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Summary

"Programming the World Wide Web "provides a comprehensive introduction to the programming tools and skills required for building and maintaining server sites on the Web. This book is intended for readers who have experience programming with an object-oriented language.

Author Biography

Robert W. Sebesta is an associate professor of computer science at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

Table of Contents

Fundamentals
1(24)
A Brief Introduction to the Internet
2(3)
The World Wide Web
5(1)
Web Browsers
6(1)
Web Servers
7(1)
Uniform Resource Locators
8(2)
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
10(2)
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol
12(3)
The Web Programmer's Toolbox
15(5)
Summary
20(1)
Review Questions
21(2)
Exercises
23(2)
Introduction to HTML
25(38)
Origins and Evolution of HTML
26(1)
Basic Syntax
27(2)
Standard HTML Document Structure
29(1)
Basic Text Formatting
30(6)
Images
36(3)
Hypertext Links
39(4)
Lists
43(4)
Tables
47(6)
Frames
53(5)
Summary
58(2)
Review Questions
60(1)
Exercises
61(2)
Cascading Style Sheets
63(22)
Introduction
64(1)
Levels of Style Sheets
65(1)
Style Specification Formats
66(1)
Style Classes
67(1)
Properties and Property Values
68(11)
Color
79(2)
The <span> and <div> Tags
81(1)
Summary
82(1)
Review Questions
83(1)
Exercises
84(1)
The Basics of Perl
85(46)
Origins and Uses of Perl
86(1)
Scalars and Their Operations
86(7)
Assignment Statements and Simple Input and Output
93(3)
Control Statements
96(5)
Fundamentals of Arrays
101(5)
Hashes
106(1)
References
107(1)
Functions
108(5)
The pack and unpack Functions
113(1)
Pattern Matching Using Regular Expressions
114(7)
File Input and Output
121(2)
An Example
123(2)
Summary
125(2)
Review Questions
127(2)
Exercises
129(2)
Using Perl for CGI Programming
131(54)
The Common Gateway Interface
132(1)
CGI Linkage
133(3)
HTML for Forms
136(11)
Query String Format
147(3)
Decoding the Query String
150(3)
An Example of Form Processing
153(4)
The CGI.pm Module
157(9)
A Survey Example
166(12)
Animation Using CGI
178(1)
Summary
178(2)
Review Questions
180(1)
Exercises
181(4)
The Basics of JavaScript
185(52)
Overview of JavaScript
186(3)
Object Orientation and JavaScript
189(1)
General Syntactic Characteristics
190(2)
Primitives, Operations, and Expressions
192(9)
Screen Output
201(2)
Control Statements
203(6)
Object Creation and Modification
209(2)
Arrays
211(5)
Functions
216(6)
An Example
222(2)
Constructors
224(2)
Pattern Matching
226(2)
Another Example
228(2)
Summary
230(1)
Review Questions
231(2)
Exercises
233(4)
JavaScript and HTML Documents
237(28)
The JavaScript Execution Environment
238(1)
The Document Object Model
239(2)
Introduction to Events and Event Handling
241(1)
Events, Attributes, and Tags
242(5)
Using the load and unload Events
247(1)
Event Handlers for Button Events
248(5)
Checking Form Input
253(7)
The navigator Object
260(1)
Event Propagation
261(1)
Summary
262(1)
Review Questions
263(1)
Exercises
264(1)
Dynamic Documents with JavaScript
265(28)
Browser Support for Dynamic Documents
266(3)
Element Positioning
269(6)
Moving Elements
275(3)
Element Visibility
278(2)
Dynamic Colors and Fonts
280(3)
Dynamic Content
283(3)
Stacking Elements
286(4)
Summary
290(1)
Review Questions
291(1)
Exercises
291(2)
Java Applets
293(40)
Introduction
294(2)
The Primary Applet Activities
296(1)
The paint Method
297(2)
The <object> Tag
299(1)
Applet Parameters
300(3)
Simple Graphics
303(4)
Color
307(1)
Interactive Applets
307(12)
Concurrency in Java
319(6)
Using Threads to Implement Animation
325(3)
Summary
328(2)
Review Questions
330(1)
Exercises
331(2)
Introduction to XML
333(34)
Introduction
334(2)
The Syntax of XML
336(3)
XML Document Structure
339(1)
Data Type Definitions
340(11)
Namespaces
351(2)
Displaying Raw XML Documents
353(2)
Displaying XML Documents with CSS
355(1)
XML Transformations and Style Sheets
356(6)
Summary
362(2)
Review Questions
364(1)
Exercises
365(2)
Introduction to Web Servers and Servlets
367(44)
Web Server Operation
368(1)
General Server Characteristics
369(2)
Apache Under Unix
371(5)
Overview of Servlets
376(1)
Servlet Details
377(4)
A Survey Example
381(7)
Storing Information on Clients
388(18)
Summary
406(1)
Review Questions
407(2)
Exercises
409(2)
Database Access with Java
411(30)
Relational Databases
412(2)
An Introduction to the Structured Query Language
414(7)
Architectures for Database Access
421(2)
Approaches to Using JDBC
423(2)
Java JDBC Applications
425(5)
An Example JDBC Application
430(3)
Metadata
433(3)
JDBC and Servlets
436(1)
Summary
437(2)
Review Questions
439(1)
Exercises
440(1)
A A Brief Introduction to Java 441(20)
Overview of Java
441(3)
Data Types and Structures
444(3)
Classes, Objects, and Methods
447(5)
Interfaces
452(1)
Exception Handling
453(6)
Summary
459(2)
Index 461


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