• Robert W Janson


So far, we have focused on client-based (desktop) applications. In this chapter, server-side (Web-based) applications are introduced, and the advantages and disadvantages of client versus server-based applications will be explained. There will be a short tutorial on HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) and then we will show how easy it is to create Web pages using RAD’s Page Designer rather than entering HTML. We will then explain and create a Java servlet (i.e., a Web-based Java class), demonstrate how to tie a Web page to a servlet, and show how to pass information from a Web page to a servlet using a form.


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  • Robert W Janson
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  1. 1.FLUS

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