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Introduction to Web Applications Development

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Introduction to Web Applications Development
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Publisher: Eureca Media
Number of pages: 377

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This course starts with an introduction to the internet, including a brief history of the TCT/IP protocol and worldwide web. It defines the basic concepts for web servers and studies the case of Apache, the most used webserver, while other free software webservers are not forgotten. The course continues with webpage design focusing on HTML and JavaScript. XML Schemas, their validation and transformation are covered as well as dynamic webpages built with CGI, PHP or JSP and database access. The last part of the course deals with configuration, maintenance, monitoring and security aspects.

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