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Doing Web Development

Client-Side Techniques

  • Authors
  • Deborah┬áKurata

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About this book

Introduction

More and more traditional developers are moving into the world of web application development. Proper use of client-side scripts, style sheets, and XML are essential for building high-performance web applications that provide a rich user experience. Doing Web Development: Client-Side Techniques addresses the client-side issues that every web application developer needs to know.

This insightful guide is designed for professional software developers who are moving into Web development. It provides comprehensive coverage of all aspects of client-side Web development, including the understanding the basics of HTML, scripting with JavaScript, and using XML, schemas, and XSL. Deborah Kurata takes a task-based approach to these topics, providing developers with real-world techniques they can immediately apply in today's web applications.

Keywords

.NET Extensible Stylesheet Language (XSL) HTML JavaScript Programmieren XML XSL computer programming cookies design development software techniques web applications web development

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