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Programming the World Wide Web

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3rd
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9780321303325

ISBN10:
0321303326
Format:
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2006
Publisher(s):
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 Sebesta is an associate professor of computer science at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

Table of Contents

Preface xix
Fundamentals
1(28)
A Brief Introduction to the Internet
2(4)
Origins
2(1)
What the Internet Is
3(1)
Internet Protocol Addresses
3(1)
Domain Names
4(2)
The World Wide Web
6(1)
Origins
6(1)
Web or Internet?
7(1)
Web Browsers
7(1)
Web Servers
8(4)
Web Server Operation
8(1)
General Server Characteristics
9(1)
Apache
10(1)
IIS
11(1)
Uniform Resource Locators
12(2)
URL Formats
12(1)
URL Paths
13(1)
Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions
14(2)
Type Specifications
14(1)
Experimental Document Types
15(1)
The Hypertext Transfer Protocol
16(3)
The Request Phase
16(2)
The Response Phase
18(1)
The Web Programmer's Toolbox
19(6)
Overview of XHTML
20(1)
Tools for Creating XHTML Documents
20(1)
Plug-ins and Filters
21(1)
Overview of XML
22(1)
Overview of JavaScript
22(1)
Overview of Java
23(1)
Overview of Perl
24(1)
Overview of PHP
24(1)
Summary
25(4)
Review Questions
26(2)
Exercises
28(1)
Introduction to XHTML
29(64)
Origins and Evolution of HTML and XHTML
30(2)
Versions of HTML and XHTML
30(1)
HTML versus XHTML
31(1)
Basic Syntax
32(1)
Standard XHTML Document Structure
33(2)
Basic Text Markup
35(10)
Paragraphs
35(2)
XHTML Document Validation
37(1)
Line Breaks
38(1)
Headings
39(1)
Block Quotations
40(2)
Font Styles and Sizes
42(2)
Character Entities
44(1)
Horizontal Rules
45(1)
The met a Element
45(1)
Images
45(4)
Image Formats
45(1)
The <img/> Tag
46(3)
Hypertext Links
49(4)
Links
49(3)
Targets within Documents
52(1)
Using Links
52(1)
Lists
53(5)
Unordered Lists
53(1)
Ordered Lists
54(3)
Definition Lists
57(1)
Tables
58(8)
Basic Table Tags
58(2)
The rowspan and colspan Attributes
60(3)
The align and valign Attributes
63(1)
The cellpadding and cellspacing Attributes
64(2)
Table Sections
66(1)
Forms
66(13)
The <form> Tag
67(1)
The <input> Tag
67(4)
The <select> Tag
71(2)
The <textarea> Tag
73(1)
The Submit and Reset Buttons
74(1)
A Complete Form Example
75(4)
Frames
79(6)
Framesets
79(1)
Frames
80(5)
Syntactic Differences between HTML and XHTML
85(2)
Summary
87(6)
Review Questions
88(2)
Exercises
90(3)
Cascading Style Sheets
93(36)
Introduction
94(1)
Levels of Style Sheets
95(1)
Style Specification Formats
96(1)
Selector Forms
97(3)
Simple Selector Forms
97(1)
Class Selectors
98(1)
Generic Selectors
99(1)
id Selectors
99(1)
Pseudo Classes
99(1)
Property Value Forms
100(2)
Font Properties
102(6)
Font Families
102(1)
Font Sizes
103(1)
Font Styles
103(1)
Font Weights
104(1)
Font Shorthands
104(2)
Text Decoration
106(2)
List Properties
108(3)
Color
111(2)
Color Groups
112(1)
Color Properties
112(1)
Alignment of Text
113(3)
The Box Model
116(5)
Borders
116(3)
Margins and Padding
119(2)
Background Images
121(2)
The <span> and <div> Tags
123(1)
Summary
124(5)
Review Questions
126(1)
Exercises
127(2)
The Basics of JavaScript
129(60)
Overview of JavaScript
130(3)
Origins
130(1)
JavaScript and Java
130(1)
Uses of JavaScript
131(1)
Event-Driven Computation
132(1)
Browsers and XHTML/JavaScript Documents
132(1)
Object Orientation and JavaScript
133(1)
JavaScript Objects
133(1)
General Syntactic Characteristics
134(2)
Primitives, Operations, and Expressions
136(10)
Primitive Types
136(1)
Numeric and String Literals
137(1)
Other Primitive Types
138(1)
Declaring Variables
138(1)
Numeric Operators
139(1)
The Math Object
140(1)
The Number Object
140(1)
The String Catenation Operator
141(1)
Implicit Type Conversions
141(1)
Explicit Type Conversions
142(1)
String Properties and Methods
143(1)
The type of Operator
144(1)
Assignment Statements
145(1)
The Date Object
145(1)
Screen Output and Keyboard Input
146(4)
Control Statements
150(8)
Control Expressions
150(1)
Selection Statements
151(1)
The switch Statement
152(3)
Loop Statements
155(3)
Object Creation and Modification
158(2)
Arrays
160(5)
Array Object Creation
160(1)
Characteristics of Array Objects
160(3)
Array Methods
163(2)
Functions
165(6)
Fundamentals
166(1)
Local Variables
167(1)
Parameters
167(3)
The sort Method, Revisited
170(1)
An Example
171(1)
Constructors
172(2)
Pattern Matching Using Regular Expressions
174(5)
Character and Character-Class Patterns
174(3)
Anchors
177(1)
Pattern Modifiers
177(1)
Other Pattern-Matching Methods of string
178(1)
Another Example
179(2)
Errors in Scripts
181(2)
Summary
183(6)
Review Questions
185(2)
Exercises
187(2)
JavaScript and HTML Documents
189(40)
The JavaScript Execution Environment
190(1)
The Document Object Model
191(2)
Element Access in JavaScript
193(3)
Events and Event Handling
196(4)
Basic Concepts of Event Handling
196(1)
Events, Attributes, and Tags
197(3)
Handling Events from Body Elements
200(1)
Handling Events from Button Elements
201(6)
Plain Buttons
201(1)
Checkboxes and Radio Buttons
202(5)
Handling Events from Text Box and Password Elements
207(10)
The Focus Event
207(2)
Validating Form Input
209(8)
The DOM 2 Event Model
217(5)
Event Propagation
217(1)
Event Handler Registration
218(2)
An Example of the DOM 2 Event Model
220(2)
The navigator Object
222(2)
Summary
224(5)
Review Questions
225(1)
Exercises
226(3)
Dynamic Documents with JavaScript
229(38)
Introduction
230(1)
Element Positioning
230(6)
Absolute Positioning
231(4)
Relative Positioning
235(1)
Static Positioning
236(1)
Moving Elements
236(3)
Element Visibility
239(2)
Changing Colors and Fonts
241(3)
Changing Colors
241(1)
Changing Fonts
242(2)
Dynamic Content
244(2)
Stacking Elements
246(4)
Locating the Mouse Cursor
250(3)
Reacting to a Mouse Click
253(1)
Slow Movement of Elements
254(4)
Dragging and Dropping Elements
258(4)
Summary
262(5)
Review Questions
263(1)
Exercises
264(3)
Java Applets
267(30)
Introduction
268(2)
The Primary Applet Activities
270(1)
The paintComponent Method
271(3)
The <object> Tag
274(1)
Applet Parameters
275(3)
Simple Graphics
278(4)
The Coordinate System
278(1)
Lines
278(1)
Rectangles
279(1)
Polygons
280(2)
Ovals
282(1)
Color
282(1)
Interactive Applets
283(10)
Java Swing GUI Components
284(4)
The Java Event Model
288(5)
Summary
293(4)
Review Questions
293(1)
Exercises
294(3)
Introduction to XML
297(48)
Introduction
298(2)
The Syntax of XML
300(3)
XML Document Structure
303(1)
Document Type Definitions
304(8)
Declaring Elements
305(2)
Declaring Attributes
307(1)
Declaring Entities
308(1)
A Sample DTD
309(1)
Internal and External DTDs
310(2)
Namespaces
312(2)
XML Schemas
314(8)
Schema Fundamentals
314(1)
Defining a Schema
315(1)
Defining a Schema Instance
316(1)
An Overview of Data Types
317(1)
Simple Types
318(1)
Complex Types
319(2)
Validating Instances of Schemas
321(1)
Displaying Raw XML Documents
322(2)
Displaying XML Documents with CSS
324(2)
XSLT Style Sheets
326(9)
Overview of XSLT
327(1)
XSL Transformations for Presentation
328(7)
XML Processors
335(3)
The Purposes of XML Processors
336(1)
The SAX Approach
337(1)
The DOM Approach
337(1)
Web Services
338(1)
Summary
339(6)
Review Questions
341(1)
Exercises
342(3)
The Basics of Perl
345(44)
Origins and Uses of Perl
346(1)
Scalars and Their Operations
346(6)
Numeric and String Literals
347(1)
Scalar Variables
348(1)
Numeric Operators
349(1)
String Operators
350(1)
String Functions
351(1)
Assignment Statements and Simple Input and Output
352(2)
Assignment Statements
352(1)
Keyboard Input
352(1)
Screen Output
353(1)
Control Statements
354(5)
Control Expressions
355(2)
Selection and Loop Statements
357(2)
Fundamentals of Arrays
359(6)
List Literals
359(1)
Arrays
360(1)
The foreach Statement
361(1)
Built-in Functions for Arrays and Lists
362(2)
An Example
364(1)
Hashes
365(2)
References
367(1)
Functions
368(5)
Fundamentals
368(1)
Local Variables
369(1)
Parameters
369(1)
The sort Function, Revisited
370(1)
An Example
371(2)
Pattern Matching
373(5)
The Basics of Patterns and Pattern Matching
373(4)
Remembering Matches
377(1)
Substitutions
377(1)
The Transliterate Operator
378(1)
File Input and Output
378(3)
An Example
381(2)
Summary
383(6)
Review Questions
385(1)
Exercises
386(3)
Using Perl for CGI Programming
389(40)
The Common Gateway Interface
390(2)
CGI Linkage
392(3)
Query String Format
395(2)
The CGI.pm Module
397(10)
Common CGI.pm Functions
397(4)
A Complete Form Example
401(6)
A Survey Example
407(12)
Cookies
419(5)
Summary
424(5)
Review Questions
425(1)
Exercises
426(3)
Servlets and Java Server Pages
429(46)
Overview of Servlets
430(1)
Servlet Details
431(4)
A Survey Example
435(7)
Storing Information on Clients
442(14)
Cookies
442(9)
Session Tracking
451(5)
Java Server Pages
456(14)
Motivations for JSP
456(1)
JSP Documents
457(2)
Scriptlets
459(4)
Expression Language
463(2)
JSTL Control Action Elements
465(5)
Summary
470(5)
Review Questions
471(1)
Exercises
472(3)
Introduction to PHP
475(48)
Origins and Uses of PHP
476(1)
Overview of PHP
476(1)
General Syntactic Characteristics
477(2)
Primitives, Operations, and Expressions
479(5)
Variables
479(1)
Integer Type
479(1)
Double Type
480(1)
String Type
480(1)
Boolean Type
480(1)
Arithmetic Operators and Expressions
481(1)
String Operations
482(1)
Scalar Type Conversions
483(1)
Assignment Operators
484(1)
Output
484(2)
Control Statements
486(3)
Relational Operators
486(1)
Boolean Operators
486(1)
Selection Statements
486(1)
Loop Statements
487(1)
Alternative Compound Delimiters
487(1)
An Example
488(1)
Arrays
489(9)
Array Creation
489(2)
Accessing Array Elements
491(1)
Dealing with Arrays
492(1)
Sequential Access to Array Elements
493(2)
Sorting Arrays
495(3)
Functions
498(4)
General Characteristics of Functions
498(1)
Parameters
498(2)
The Scope of Variables
500(1)
The Lifetime of Variables
501(1)
Pattern Matching
502(3)
Form Handling
505(6)
Files
511(3)
Opening and Closing Files
511(2)
Reading from a File
513(1)
Writing to a File
514(1)
Locking Files
514(1)
Cookies
514(1)
Session Tracking
515(1)
Summary
516(7)
Review Questions
517(2)
Exercises
519(4)
Introduction to ASP.NET
523(42)
Overview of the .NET Framework
523(3)
Background
523(1)
The Common Language Runtime
524(1)
.NET Languages
524(1)
The Common Language Infrastructure
525(1)
Introduction to C#
526(7)
Origins
526(1)
Primitive Types and Expressions
527(1)
Data Structures
527(1)
Control Statements
528(1)
Classes, Methods, and Structures
529(1)
Properties
530(1)
Delegates
531(1)
Program Structure
531(1)
File Storage for Programs
532(1)
Introduction to ASP.NET
533(6)
The Basics
533(2)
ASP.NET Documents
535(2)
Code-Behind Files
537(2)
ASP.NET Controls
539(16)
HTML Controls
539(2)
Life Cycle of a Simple ASP.NET Document
541(3)
Page-Level Events
544(1)
Control Events
545(2)
Web Controls
547(1)
Creating Control Elements with Code
548(1)
Response Output for Controls
549(1)
An Example
550(2)
Validation Controls
552(3)
Web Services
555(5)
Constructing Web Services
555(4)
Advertising Web Services
559(1)
Summary
560(5)
Review Questions
561(2)
Exercises
563(2)
Database Access through the Web
565(50)
Relational Databases
566(4)
An Introduction to the Structured Query Language
570(5)
The Create Table SQL Command
570(1)
The Insert SQL Command
571(1)
The Select SQL Command
571(1)
The Update SQL Command
572(1)
The Delete SQL Command
572(1)
The Drop SQL Command
573(1)
Joins
573(2)
Architectures for Database Access
575(3)
Client/Server Architectures
575(1)
Database Access with Embedded SQL
576(1)
The Microsoft Access Architecture
576(1)
The Perl DBI/DBD Architecture
577(1)
PHP and Database Access
577(1)
The Java JDBC Architecture
577(1)
The MySQL Database System
578(3)
Database Access with Perl and MySQL
581(5)
The DBI Module
581(2)
An Example
583(3)
Database Access with PHP and MySQL
586(10)
Potential Problems with Special Characters
586(1)
Connecting to MySQL and Selecting a Database
587(1)
Requesting MySQL Operations
588(1)
A PHP/MySQL Example
589(7)
Database Access with JDBC and MySQL
596(14)
Approaches to Using JDBC Outside the Web
596(1)
JDBC and MySQL
597(4)
A Complete JDBC/MySQL Example
601(3)
Metadata
604(2)
JDBC and Servlets
606(4)
Summary
610(5)
Review Questions
612(1)
Exercises
613(2)
Appendix Introduction to Java 615(18)
Index 633


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