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Programming the World Wide Web 2009,9780136076636

Programming the World Wide Web 2009

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0136076637
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2010
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Addison Wesley
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Summary

KEY BENEFIT : A comprehensive introduction to the tools and skills required for both client- and server-side programming, that teaches how to develop platform-independent sites using the most current Web development technology. KEY TOPICS : Internet introduction; Web Browsers and Servers; URL; MIME; HTTP; Web Programmerrs"s Toolbox; HTML and XHTML; CSS; JavaScripttrade;; XML and XLST; Applets; Flash; Perltrade;/CGI; Java Web Programming; PHP; ASP.NET Using C# and Ajax; Visual Studio; Database Access through the Web; Ruby; Rails 2.0; Ajax. MARKET : An ideal reference for Web programming professionals.

Table of Contents

Fundamentals
A Brief Introduction to the Internet
The World Wide Web
Web Browsers
Web Servers
Uniform Resource Locators
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol
Security
The Web Programmerrsquo;s Toolbox
Summary
Review Questions
Exercises
Introduction to XHTML
Origins and Purposes of HTML and XHTML
Basic Syntax
Standard XHTML Document Structure
Basic Text Markup
Images
Hypertext Links
Lists
Tables
Forms
Frames
Syntactic Differences between HTML and XHTML
Summary
Review Questions
Exercises
Cascading Style Sheets
Introduction
Levels of Style Sheets
Style Specification Formats
Selector Formats
Property Value Forms
Font Properties
List Properties
Color
Alignment of Text
The Box Model
Background Images
The and Tags
Summary
Review Questions
Exercises
The Basics of JavaScript
Overview of JavaScript
Object Orientation and JavaScript
General Syntactic Characteristics
Primitives, Operations, and Expressions
Screen Output and Keyboard Input
Control Statements
Object Creation and Modification
Arrays
Functions
An Example
Constructors
Pattern Matching Using Regular Expressions
Another Example
Errors in Scripts
Summary
Review Questions
Exercises
JavaScript and HTML Documents
The JavaScript Execution Environment
The Document Object Model
Element Access in JavaScript
Events and Event Handling
Handling Events from Body Elements
Handling Events from Button Elements
Handling Events from Text Boxes and Password Elements
The DOM 2 Event Model
The navigator Object
DOM Tree Traversal and Modification
Summary
Review Questions
Exercises
Dynamic Documents with JavaScript
Introduction
Positioning Elements
Moving Elements
Element Visibility
Changing Colors and Fonts
Dynamic Content
Stacking Elements
Locating the Mouse Cursor
Reacting to a Mouse Click
Slow Movement of Elements
Dragging and Dropping Elements
Summary
Review Questions
Exercises
Introduction to XML
Introduction
The Syntax of XML
XML Document Structure
Document Type Definitions
Namespaces
XML Schemas
Displaying Raw XML Documents
Displaying XML Documents with CSS
XSLT Style Sheets
XML Processors
Web Services
Summary
Review Questions
Exercises
The Basics of Perl
Origins and Uses of Perl
Scalars and Their Operations
Assignment Statements and Simple Input and Output
Control Statements
Fundamentals of Arrays
Hashes
References
Functions
Pattern Matching
File Input and Output
An Example
Summary
Review Questions
Exercises
Using Perl for CGI Programming
The Common Gateway Interface
CGI Linkage
Query String Format
The CGI.pm Module
A Survey Example
Cookies
Summary
Review Questions
Exercises
Servlets and Java Server Pages
Overview of Servlets
Servlet Details
A Survey Example
Storing Information on Clients
Java Server Pages
Summary
Review Questions
Exer
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