Web Programming for Business

PHP Object-Oriented Programming with Oracle

Author: David Paper

Publisher: Routledge


Category: Computers

Page: 264

View: 377

Web Programming for Business: PHP Object-Oriented Programming with Oracle focuses on fundamental PHP coding, giving students practical, enduring skills to solve data and technical problems in business. Using Oracle as the backend database, the book is version-neutral, teaching students code that will still work even with changes to PHP and Oracle. The code is clean, clearly explained and solutions-oriented, allowing students to understand how technologies such as XML, RSS or AJAX can be leveraged in business applications. The book is fully illustrated with examples, and includes chapters on: Database functionality Security programming Transformation programming to move data Powerpoint slides, applied exam questions, and the raw code for all examples are available on a companion website. This book offers an innovative approach that allows anyone with basic SQL and HTML skills to learn PHP object-oriented programming.

Web Design and Development for E-Business

Author: Jensen J. Zhao

Publisher: Carmen Leal


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 435

View: 919

Faces of Huntington's is an incredible collection of stories, essays, poems, and quotes of those who are in some way connected to Huntington's disease. The book focuses on over sixty people who have HD, are at risk, caregivers, other family members, and friends. It is a beacon of light in what is often a dark world.

Extreme Programming for Web Projects

Author: Doug Wallace

Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional


Category: Computers

Page: 168

View: 672

Allowing readers to tailor cutting-edge best practices from software development to achieve success in Web development is the goal of this comprehensive guide. The book details a proven process that helps readers deliver Web projects on time, within budget, and with fewer defects.

Oracle Web Application Programming for PL/SQL Developers

Author: Susan Boardman

Publisher: Prentice Hall Professional


Category: Computers

Page: 745

View: 555

Learn to use Oracle 9i to build dynamic, data-driven Web sites. Get step-by-step details on creating and deploying Web applications using PL/SQL, HTML, Java, XML, WML, Peri and PHP. This book covers everything users need to know to master Web application development in an Oracle environment - using PL/SQL.

Sams Teach Yourself C# Web Programming in 21 Days

Author: Philip Syme

Publisher: Sams Publishing


Category: Computers

Page: 535

View: 450

Learn how to how to use C# for Internet programming with the hands-on techniques and clear explanations. This book discusses some C# features that allow rapid development of solutions such as garbage collection, simplified type declarations, and scalability support. The book explains key concepts in a simple and practical manner. Web Forms and Web Controls usher in an elegant way to make dynamic Web pages. The book covers these topics with how-to code examples and projects. One of the newest developments in Internet programming is the use of XML and the SOAP communication protocol. .NET Web Services harness these two technologies, and is covered in later sections of the book.

Web Programming and Internet Technologies

An E-commerce Approach

Author: Porter Scobey

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers


Category: Computers

Page: 547

View: 732

Today's Web programmers are required to understand and use the tools and skills for both client and server-side programming. Web Programming and Internet Technologies: An E-Commerce Approach provides an accessible, comprehensive introduction to creating fully functioning websites with e-commerce capabilities. Ideal for the one-term course, or as a self-learning guide for professionals, the authors weave a continuing case study of a real-world commercial enterprise throughout the text that gradually grows in sophistication. Introductory chapters ask readers to create a simple website that uses the basic features of XHTML. Readers will continue to modify and expand their early work, creating a centralized mechanism for changing the look and feel of the site via cascading style sheets, and incorporating JavaScript, PHP, MySQL, and much more. A CD-ROM is included with every new printed copy of the text and includes complete and pre-tested XHTML and CSS markup for all web pages discussed, as well as all associated JavaScript and PHP scripts, and the data for setting up the MySQL database. With its hands-on, active-learning approach, students using this new full-color text will see, and experience first-hand, the many levels and capabilities of programming for the world wide web. Key Features: -Based on a real business model, this text provides a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of creating a complete website with e-commerce capabilities. -Uses a project-based approach that asks readers to develop a website whose functionality will parallel that of the real-world case study in the text. -Includes examples and screen shots of real websites throughout for readers to reference. -Presents and utilizes maintstream and relevant open-source and widely used technologies: XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, MySQL, XML, and more. -Every chapter concludes with a collection of activities to assure the reader has a full understanding of the chapter material. These activities include: quick questions to test the readers basic knowledge of the content; short exercises to improve basic understanding; 'exercises on the parallel project' that guide the reader through creating his/her own fully functional commercial website; a section titled 'What Else You May Want or Need to Know', containing additional information relevant to the chapter; and finally, a reference section with links to websites for further details and explanations of the topics covered in the chapter. -The accompanying CD-ROM contains complete and pre-tested XHTML and CSS markup for all web pages discussed in teh text, as well as all associated JavaScript and PHP scripts, and the data for setting up the MySQL database (eBook version doe not include the CD-ROM).

Data Science Fundamentals for Python and MongoDB

Author: David Paper

Publisher: Apress


Category: Computers

Page: 214

View: 625

Build the foundational data science skills necessary to work with and better understand complex data science algorithms. This example-driven book provides complete Python coding examples to complement and clarify data science concepts, and enrich the learning experience. Coding examples include visualizations whenever appropriate. The book is a necessary precursor to applying and implementing machine learning algorithms. The book is self-contained. All of the math, statistics, stochastic, and programming skills required to master the content are covered. In-depth knowledge of object-oriented programming isn’t required because complete examples are provided and explained. Data Science Fundamentals with Python and MongoDB is an excellent starting point for those interested in pursuing a career in data science. Like any science, the fundamentals of data science are a prerequisite to competency. Without proficiency in mathematics, statistics, data manipulation, and coding, the path to success is “rocky” at best. The coding examples in this book are concise, accurate, and complete, and perfectly complement the data science concepts introduced. What You'll Learn Prepare for a career in data science Work with complex data structures in Python Simulate with Monte Carlo and Stochastic algorithms Apply linear algebra using vectors and matrices Utilize complex algorithms such as gradient descent and principal component analysis Wrangle, cleanse, visualize, and problem solve with data Use MongoDB and JSON to work with data Who This Book Is For The novice yearning to break into the data science world, and the enthusiast looking to enrich, deepen, and develop data science skills through mastering the underlying fundamentals that are sometimes skipped over in the rush to be productive. Some knowledge of object-oriented programming will make learning easier.

Beginning Visual Web Programming in C#

From Novice to Professional

Author: Daniel Cazzulino

Publisher: Apress


Category: Computers

Page: 664

View: 857

* Takes the best of a series of C# Web Programming books from Wrox into one great book * Offers a natural follow-on to the Apress title ‘Beginning C#’ so that readers can continue building their .NET programming expertise with Apress Written by an expert teacher and programmer who is recognized in his field, and who is prepared to teach with real-world examples for his audience

Developing Business Applications for the Web

With HTML, CSS, JSP, PHP, ASP. NET, and JavaScript

Author: Christian Hur

Publisher: MC Press


Category: Computers

Page: 576

View: 135

This book focuses on using common Web tools to develop business applications. Professional business programmers who are new to Web development will quickly acquire the relevant information they need, starting with HTML and CSS. The book goes beyond simple HTML and introduces other common Web technologies, including Java Server Pages (JSP), PHP, ASP.NET, and JavaScript. The book shows how those technologies interact with HTML and how developers can use them to develop and deploy business applications that users access via the Web. This book is written by business programmers and educators for business programmers. It is not just an introduction to HTML, but an introduction to the most common tools any business programmer needs to develop browser-based applications. Upon completion of the book, a business developer or student will have learned to develop and implement a completed browser-based business application.