|Internet & World Wide Web How to Program, 4/e|
Harvey M. Deitel and Paul J. Deitel
© 2008, 1400pp., paper (0-13-175242-1)
- New focus on Web 2.0 technologies and concepts.
- New focus on building rich Internet applications with the interactivity of desktop applications.
- New chapter on building Ajax-enabled web applications.
- New chapter on building database-driven web applications with Ruby and Ruby on Rails.
- New chapter on web services.
- New chapter on Web 2.0 and Internet Business.
- Updated and enhanced PHP chapter.
- Updated ASP.NET 1.1 coverage to ASP.NET 2.0.
- New JavaServer Faces (JSF) coverage replaces Servlets and JavaServer Pages.
- Client-side case studies will enable students to interact with preimplemented server-side applications and web services that we will host at deitel.com.
- In addition, we provide many Web 2.0, Internet business and social networking Resource Centers, including Affiliate Programs, Alert Services, Attention Economy, Building Web Communities, Community Generated Content, Google Adsense, Google Analytics, Google Base, Google Services, Google Video, Internet Advertising, Internet Business Initiative, Internet Video, Joost, Link Building, Ning, Podcasting, Recommender Systems, Search Engines, Search Engine Optimization, Skype, Social Networking, Virtual Worlds and Wikis.
- We’ll be adding several new Resource Centers to support the book, including Website Graphics Tools, Flash, Dreamweaver, ColdFusion, Web Multimedia Tools and Web Accessibilty.
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