"It is clear from the outset that Bates has alot of experience in teaching web courses and he uses it to great effect in the book as a whole." (LTSN--ICS Book Review, 18 September 2001)
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From the Back Cover
"easy to read, the examples are excellent and the material is accessible to all readers..."
Learn how to:
* format Web pages
* link databases to Web sites
* track users through your site
* write CGI scripts in Perl
* create dynamic Web sites using PHP
* write Java servlets
* incorporate the latest ideas in Web usability
Chris Bates has provided a comprehensive introduction to web progamming managing to cover the complex labyrinth of web development in a single volume. Concentrating on immediately useful code, rather than theory, this is a how-to book for programmers who need quick answers. From client-side development using HTML and its extensions, to more complex server-side applications written in ASP, Java and Perl, the complete web system is shown.
Web technologies that are covered in this volume are: Java
Perl CGI Scripting