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WEB TECHNOLOGY: A Developer’s Perspective, By AKILANDESWARI, J., GOPALAN, N.P. || 978-81-203-3276-8 || PHI Learning
WEB TECHNOLOGY: A Developer’s Perspective 

WEB TECHNOLOGY: A Developer’s Perspective
 GOPALAN, N.P., AKILANDESWARI, J.
PRINT EDITION PAGES: 308
ISBN: 978-81-203-3276-8
Pages: 308
Binding: Paper Back
 
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About The Book
Description:

This text provides students with a comprehensible introduction to the programming and scripting languages currently used to create Web sites and Web applications—the main aim being to teach the programming concepts of various Web technologies and the fundamentals needed to program on the Internet.

The book emphasizes the underlying fundamentals of Web page development and prepares students to build real-world, industrial strength Web-based applications, and use a wide variety of Web development tools effectively and efficiently. Students are also introduced to the concepts of Internet Protocols, Java networking, JavaScript and VBScript. The material presented on Java network programming contains an elaborate description with examples to help the reader clearly understand the networking concepts.

The book is intended as a text for students of Computer Science and Engineering, Information Technology, and Master of Computer Applications.

KEY FEATURES :

Presents well-designed material on HTML, DHTML and XML with many practical exercises.

Explains the development of servlets with simple examples.

Explores the programming features of JSPs.

Introduces the elements of ASPs with worked-out exercises.

Includes Review Questions and Objective Type Questions at the end of each chapter.


Contents:
CONTENTS
Preface
Chapter 1. INTRODUCTION
Chapter 2. INTERNET PROTOCOLS
Chapter 3. JAVA NETWORK PROGRAMMING
Chapter 4. HTML
Chapter 5. JAVASCRIPT
Chapter 6. VBSCRIPT
Chapter 7. DYNAMIC HTML (DHTML)
Chapter 8. EXTENSIBLE MARK-UP LANGUAGE (XML)
Chapter 9. COMMON GATEWAY INTERFACE (CGI)
Chapter 10. SERVLETS
Chapter 11. JAVA SERVER PAGES (JSP)
Chapter 12. ACTIVE SERVER PAGES (ASP)
Index