Synopses & Reviews
Learn to build and deploy dynamic Web applications that interact with a powerful database. Readers with two prior programming courses will learn to get the most out of Visual Studio .NET, Oracle9i and Microsoft Access 2002. Expanded from 9 to 11 chapters, this text also provides background on subjects such as HTML, client-side scripting and relational databases. Readers set up their own personal Web site using a Microsoft Web Server to illustrate Web site creation and administration principles. Multiple running case studies put the lessons being learned into real world context.
Learn to build and deploy dynamic Web applications that interact with a powerful database. Readers with two prior programming courses will learn to get the most out of Visual Studio .NET, Oracle9i and Microsoft Access 2002.
Part of the new Web Warrior Series, a cutting edge Web development series dedicated to providing coverage of the latest in emerging Internet and Web technologies.This title enables individuals to create Web sites that can display, insert, update, and delete data from a database. It provides foundational material on Web concepts, relational database principles, SQL, and HTML.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Web Database Programming 2. Introduction to HTML 3. Introduction to Client-Side Scripts 4. Using Client-Side Scripts to Enhance Web Applications 5. Web Servers 6. Introduction to ASP.NET 7. Introduction to VB .NET 8. Processing ASP.NET Web Forms and Working with Server Controls 9. Introduction to Database Concepts 10. Retrieving and Displaying Database Data in Web Forms 11. Creating an Integrated Web Application