Advanced Internet Programming: Technologies & Applications

This practical guide provides a detailed reference for developing Internet applications and e-commerce solutions. Readers learn how to create and use objects such as applets, scriplets, servlets, XML-constructions, JSP, ASP pages, etc. The two most popular Internet technologies, JavaBeans/CORBA and ActiveX/DCOM, are described in detail. Useable Visual Basic, Java, C++, Pascal, and LotusScript examples are provided, along with the latest developments in Java and XML. KEY FEATURES – Focuses on th

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  1. Review by Tezz for Advanced Internet Programming: Technologies & Applications Rating: This is a good book. I highly recommend it to web developers. The nature of the topic means that it’s somewhat prone to obscelescence but there is no excuse for leaving out PHP as a major contender in today’s web applications server space. It has been around for a very long time (way before JSP) and it has recently gained tremendous popularity.
    Aside from this oversight, the book is an excellent executive summary for a reasonable percentage of the major technologies in this area.

  2. Review by Midwest Book Review for Advanced Internet Programming: Technologies & Applications Rating: Sergei Dunaev’s Advanced Internet Programming is a comprehensive and practical guide to developing Internet applications and e-commerce solutions. In addition to detailed covers of various Internet development tools, programmers are shown how to create and use a variety of applications including applets, scriplets, XML-constructions, JSP, ASP, and more. In short, how to choose the proper tool for a specific Internet need. Additional features include coverage of Enterprise JavaBeans/CORBA and ActiveX/DCOM; HTML; DHTML; ODS; ODBC; SAX; OLE DB; and more. Examples are provided in Visual Basic, Java, C++, Pascal, and LotusScript, as well as the latest developments in Java and XML. Advanced Internet Programming is an invaluable and recommended addition to any serious programmer’s reference shelf.

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