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Dynamic Web Programming Using Java, JavaScript and Informix [Paperback]

Graham Harrison


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17 Dec 1999 0130861847 978-0130861849 1

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The hands-on guide to building database-driven Web sites for the enterprise!

This is the first practical, step-by-step guide to building media-rich, interactive, data-driven dynamic Web applications using Java, JavaScript, and Informix. Graham Harrison walks you through every technique needed to construct sites that support high-volume, scalable, dynamic database-driven content. You'll also find in-depth, never-before-published techniques for integrating Java and JavaScript with the industry's most robust enterprise database technologies, Informix Dynamic Server with the Informix Web DataBlade. Coverage includes:

  • Writing effective Java and JavaScript code against a Web database: practical techniques and extensive sample code
  • Creating Distributed Java applications using RMI, JDBC, and Informix Dynamic Server
  • Constructing dynamic large-scale Web applications using the Informix Web Datablade
  • Powerful tips and techniques for managing enterprise-class content for mission-critical sites
  • Web application performance tuning-including extensive coverage from the web server to the database
  • Integrating Java, JavaScript, and the Web DataBlade to leverage the power of each
  • Techniques for Informix Dynamic Server-UNIX and NT!

Dynamic Web Programming brings together "from-the-trenches" insight, industrial-strength code, and never-before-published information for integrating Java, JavaScript, and enterprise databases, using Informix Dynamic Server as an example. Whether you're a developer, site administrator, DBA, or IT analyst, if you build database-driven enterprise Web applications, you'll find it utterly invaluable.

CD-ROM INCLUDED

Included on the CD-ROM is a computer-based training course chosen especially for this book, plus Informix Dynamic Server/Universal Data Option, Informix's powerful Web DataBlade software. You also get exclusive custom templates and source code for creating high-performance database-driven websites, including Java applets, JavaScript utilities, and Web DataBlade applications!

About the Author

Graham Harrison is Senior Consultant for Informix, a Sun Certified Programmer, and author of several articles for Java Developers Journal on JDBC, JavaScript, prototyping, and enterprise strategy. He resides in the UK.


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5.0 out of 5 stars A wonderful book 30 Jun 2000
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I found this book to be extremely helpful in setting up a website recently. It is well written, and easy to understand. To be fair, I am an employee of Informix. However, I have used this book extensively and have found it wonderfully helpful. If you plan on using the Informix web datablade, you'll want this book on your desk.
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