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The first part of the book covers HTML 3.2, including the basic tags and more advanced topics such as frames and cascading style sheets. This section discusses Netscape and Microsoft extensions to HTML (such as using plug-ins for playing multimedia content and ActiveX controls). The tutorial to HTML is comparable to those in other books of this category and includes some of the author's tips for creating more portable HTML.
The next section covers the basics of Java from a programmer's standpoint, including the advantages of Java and how to access Java documentation and tools. The tutorial that follows stresses the built-in libraries in core Java, covering drawing images and other graphics capabilities. Event handling in Java Developer's Kit (JDK) 1.02 (probably unnecessary these days) and JDK 1.1 receive full treatment. The chapter on graphics double-buffering for smooth animation within Java programs is particularly useful, and the author's treatment of how to access the network capabilities of Java is perhaps unmatched. (Topics here include how to load URLs using Java's network classes and even how to create a simple HTTP server in Java.)
The third section of this text moves to CGI programming using Java on the server. The author introduces the basics of HTTP and describes how data are passed to CGI programs from the client. Though this section lacks a discussion of Perl (which is still the preferred language for CGI development), the treatment of CGI fundamentals and the basics of Java servlets is good. (Java servlets are an alternative--with some advantages--to Perl.)
This is a well-aimed book. If, like me, you are an experienced programmer who is looking to quickly learn Web programming, then this is THE book for you. Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 3. April 2000 von Stephen Foster
Marty Hall's well-organized and clearly written book is like four books in one, with major sections on HTML, Java, CGI, and Java Script. Lesen Sie weiter...Veröffentlicht am 9. Februar 2000 von Conrad H. Weisert
I would like to congratulate Mr, Hall for his excellent work in the web programing book. I found it very usefull and supportive > in the work that I do. Lesen Sie weiter...Am 5. November 1999 veröffentlicht
To Marty Hall:
I have to congratulate and thank you for your impressive book, CORE Web Programming. It blows away every other book I've read on the subject. Lesen Sie weiter...
This book is very well written, the author does a fine of defining exactly the different level of programming involved in Web developement. Lesen Sie weiter...Am 30. August 1999 veröffentlicht
Let's start by a little criticism:
I give it 5. No hesitation. You, as a real-world web programmer, will find answers to most of questions you face at work. Examples are very useful and practical! Lesen Sie weiter...Am 15. Mai 1999 veröffentlicht
Although the title can be somewhat misleading; the contents were mostly focused on JAVA development and surpassed many books which I have previously read on this subject. Lesen Sie weiter...Am 2. April 1999 veröffentlicht