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With organizations and individuals increasingly dependent on the Web, the need for competent, well-trained Web developers and maintainers is growing. Helping readers master Web development, Dynamic Web Programming and HTML5 covers specific Web programming languages, APIs, and coding techniques and provides an in-depth understanding of the underlying concepts, theory, and principles. The author leads readers through page structuring, page layout/styling, user input processing, dynamic user interfaces, database-driven websites, and mobile website development. After an overview of the Web and Internet, the book focuses on the new HTML5 and its associated open Web platform standards. It covers the HTML5 markup language and DOM, new elements for structuring Web documents and forms, CSS3, and important JavaScript APIs associated with HTML5. Moving on to dynamic page generation and server-side programming with PHP, the text discusses page templates, form processing, session control, user login, database access, and server-side HTTP requests. It also explores more advanced topics such as XML and PHP/MySQL. Suitable for a one- or two-semester course at the advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate level, this comprehensive and up-to-date guide helps readers learn modern Web technologies and their practical applications. Numerous examples illustrate how the programming techniques and other elements work together to achieve practical goals. Online Resource Encouraging hands-on practice, the book's companion website at http://dwp.sofpower.com helps readers gain experience with the technologies and techniques involved in building good sites. Maintained by the author, the site offers: Live examples organized by chapter and cross-referenced in the text Programs from the text bundled in a downloadable code package Searchable index and appendices Ample resource listings and information updatesThe Web: An Overview Web Is Part of the Internet IP Addresses and Domain Names Web Clients and Servers URLs Handling Different Content Types HTML and HTML5 Webpage Styling Web Hosting Web Servers Domain Registration DNS Dynamic Generation of Webpages Database Access Client-Side Scripting Document Object Model Hypertext Transfer Protocol Web Development For More Information Webpage Markup with HTML5 HTML5 Page Structure Creating a Webpage HTML5 Elements and Entities The Evolution of HTML HTML5 Features and Advantages Webpage Syntax HTML5 Core Attributes Webpage Architecture Headings and Paragraphs White Space and Line Wrapping Phrasing Elements Webpage Presentation Styles Itemized Lists List Styles Links in Webpages Navbars Pictures and Images in Webpages Figures Image Encoding Formats Image Maps Webpage Layout Debugging and Validation Audio, Video, and More HTML5 Audio for the Web Playing Video Embedding Media Tables Using Tables for Page Layout Pagewide Style with body HTML5 Entities Webpage Character Encoding Numeric and Named Character References Metadata and Head Elements Subordinate Webpages with iframe Website File Organization Internationalization Styling with CSS CSS Basics Whole-Page Styling Centering and Indenting Centered Page Layout Multicolumn Layout CSS Selectors Link Styles Conflicting Rules Style Properties Webpage Layout with CSS A Vertical Navbar Page Formatting Model Margin, Border, and Padding Preformatted Content Controlling Content Overflow Styled Buttons Drop Shadows Borders by Custom Images Background Colors and Images Color Gradient Browser Support for CSS At-Rules Explicit Element Positioning CSS-Generated Content Translucent Callout via CSS Understanding the Cascade Additional Style Features For More Information Forms, PHP, and Form Processing A Simple Form Basic Input Elements Text Input Input in Standard Formats User Choices and Selections Form Submission File Uploading Other input Elements Layout and Styling of Forms CSS for Form Presentation Forms and HTTP HTTP Message Format Formdata Security and HTTPS Form Processing Overview PHP Scripting Overview An Introduction to PHP Strings in PHP Arrays in PHP Getting Started with Form Processing Form Processing Example: Club Membership HTTP Request Data Exposed Processing File Upload Dynamic User Interface with JavaScript About JavaScript Getting Started with JavaScript Placing JavaScript in Webpages Image Rollovers Image Preloading Presenting a Slide Show JavaScript Arrays A Conversion Calculator Audio/Video Control Pull-down Menus CSS Transitions Menu Fade-in and Fade-out Animated Pull-down Menu Sliding Menus for a Left Navbar Using Windows JavaScript Language Basics JavaScript Form Checking Smooth Scrolling Text Animation with CSS Transform with CSS Events and Event Objects Testing and Debugging For More Information HTML5 DOM and APIs What Is DOM? Browser Support of DOM HTML5 DOM API Overview Putting DOM to Work Node API DOM Tree Depth-First Traversal The DOM HTMLElement Interface HTMLElement Fields and Methods Document and HTMLDocument Interfaces Generating New Content A Smart Form Client-Side Data Sorting A Better User Interface for File/Image Upload TicTacToe with Drag-and-Drop Tower of Hanoi DnD Local Files Canvas Element and API For More Information Server-Side Programming with PHP Page Templates PHP Functions Form Generation and Processing File I/O in PHP PHP Error Reporting and Debugging Login with Basic Authentication Session Control Crazy Pizza Shop Security Code Verification Login Sessions Image Manipulation Providing Content Management HTML5 contenteditable API Updating the AMP PHP Classes and Objects System Calls and Script Security For More Information Database-Driven Websites What Is a Database? Relational Databases SQL: Structured Query Language SQL Queries Creating Tables CREATE TABLE Queries MySQL Data Types PHP Database Access User Authentication Using Database INSERT and DELETE Queries Database Supporting Product Orders Displaying Shopping Carts Handling Query Results and Errors Receiving Payments Prepared Statements Guarding against SQL Injection The phpMyAdmin Tool PHP Built-in Database System For More Information Web Hosting: Apache, PHP, and MySQL What Is a Web Server? URL and URI Request Processing Response and Content Types Apache Web Server Accessing Linux Server Host Linux Files Access Control Running Apache on Linux Apache Run-Time Configuration Apache Web Access Control Requiring Passwords How HTTP Basic Authentication Works How HTTP Digest Authentication Works Password Encryption Automatic File Deflation URI to Document Space Mapping Virtual Hosting Installing Apache with Package Management Manual Installation of Apache SSL/TLS PHP Module for Apache Testing PHP PHP Configuration HTTP Caching MySQL Installing phpMyAdmin Installing MySQL Linux Package Management For More Information XML, AJAX, and Web Services What Is XML? XML Document Format News Syndication Formats Browser Display of XML Documents Transforming XML Documents with XSL Named Templates and Template Calls XML Processing in PHP XPath AJAX Soup of the Day AJAX GET and POST Requests Web Services Accessing Web Services from PHP Address Verification Web Service AJAX: Form Address Verification AJAX File Upload XML Namespaces For More Information SVG and MathML Including SVG and MathML in HTML5 SVG SVG Markers, Patterns, and Transforms SVG Animation SVG User Interaction and Scripting Knocking Balls Simulation SVG versus HTML5 Canvas MathML Infix to MathML Conversion MathML for Mathematics Education Combining SVG with MathML For More Information HTML5 and Mobile Websites Mobile Web Browsing Mobile Website Strategies Mobile Layout and Navigation CSS Media Queries Mobile Webpages The Viewport Automatic Redirection to Mobile Site Touch Swipe Slide Show Taking Advantage of the Smartphone Conversion to Mobile Webapps Mobile Site Testing and Debugging For More Information Bibliography Index A Summary and Exercises appear at the end of each chapter.


Szczegóły: Dynamic Web Programming and HTML5 - Paul S. Wang

Tytuł: Dynamic Web Programming and HTML5
Autor: Paul S. Wang
Producent: Chapman
ISBN: 9781439871829
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 664
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.91 kg


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Dynamic Web Programming and HTML5

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With organizations and individuals increasingly dependent on the Web, the need for competent, well-trained Web developers and maintainers is growing. Helping readers master Web development, Dynamic Web Programming and HTML5 covers specific Web programming languages, APIs, and coding techniques and provides an in-depth understanding of the underlying concepts, theory, and principles. The author leads readers through page structuring, page layout/styling, user input processing, dynamic user interfaces, database-driven websites, and mobile website development. After an overview of the Web and Internet, the book focuses on the new HTML5 and its associated open Web platform standards. It covers the HTML5 markup language and DOM, new elements for structuring Web documents and forms, CSS3, and important JavaScript APIs associated with HTML5. Moving on to dynamic page generation and server-side programming with PHP, the text discusses page templates, form processing, session control, user login, database access, and server-side HTTP requests. It also explores more advanced topics such as XML and PHP/MySQL. Suitable for a one- or two-semester course at the advanced undergraduate or beginning graduate level, this comprehensive and up-to-date guide helps readers learn modern Web technologies and their practical applications. Numerous examples illustrate how the programming techniques and other elements work together to achieve practical goals. Online Resource Encouraging hands-on practice, the book's companion website at http://dwp.sofpower.com helps readers gain experience with the technologies and techniques involved in building good sites. Maintained by the author, the site offers: Live examples organized by chapter and cross-referenced in the text Programs from the text bundled in a downloadable code package Searchable index and appendices Ample resource listings and information updatesThe Web: An Overview Web Is Part of the Internet IP Addresses and Domain Names Web Clients and Servers URLs Handling Different Content Types HTML and HTML5 Webpage Styling Web Hosting Web Servers Domain Registration DNS Dynamic Generation of Webpages Database Access Client-Side Scripting Document Object Model Hypertext Transfer Protocol Web Development For More Information Webpage Markup with HTML5 HTML5 Page Structure Creating a Webpage HTML5 Elements and Entities The Evolution of HTML HTML5 Features and Advantages Webpage Syntax HTML5 Core Attributes Webpage Architecture Headings and Paragraphs White Space and Line Wrapping Phrasing Elements Webpage Presentation Styles Itemized Lists List Styles Links in Webpages Navbars Pictures and Images in Webpages Figures Image Encoding Formats Image Maps Webpage Layout Debugging and Validation Audio, Video, and More HTML5 Audio for the Web Playing Video Embedding Media Tables Using Tables for Page Layout Pagewide Style with body HTML5 Entities Webpage Character Encoding Numeric and Named Character References Metadata and Head Elements Subordinate Webpages with iframe Website File Organization Internationalization Styling with CSS CSS Basics Whole-Page Styling Centering and Indenting Centered Page Layout Multicolumn Layout CSS Selectors Link Styles Conflicting Rules Style Properties Webpage Layout with CSS A Vertical Navbar Page Formatting Model Margin, Border, and Padding Preformatted Content Controlling Content Overflow Styled Buttons Drop Shadows Borders by Custom Images Background Colors and Images Color Gradient Browser Support for CSS At-Rules Explicit Element Positioning CSS-Generated Content Translucent Callout via CSS Understanding the Cascade Additional Style Features For More Information Forms, PHP, and Form Processing A Simple Form Basic Input Elements Text Input Input in Standard Formats User Choices and Selections Form Submission File Uploading Other input Elements Layout and Styling of Forms CSS for Form Presentation Forms and HTTP HTTP Message Format Formdata Security and HTTPS Form Processing Overview PHP Scripting Overview An Introduction to PHP Strings in PHP Arrays in PHP Getting Started with Form Processing Form Processing Example: Club Membership HTTP Request Data Exposed Processing File Upload Dynamic User Interface with JavaScript About JavaScript Getting Started with JavaScript Placing JavaScript in Webpages Image Rollovers Image Preloading Presenting a Slide Show JavaScript Arrays A Conversion Calculator Audio/Video Control Pull-down Menus CSS Transitions Menu Fade-in and Fade-out Animated Pull-down Menu Sliding Menus for a Left Navbar Using Windows JavaScript Language Basics JavaScript Form Checking Smooth Scrolling Text Animation with CSS Transform with CSS Events and Event Objects Testing and Debugging For More Information HTML5 DOM and APIs What Is DOM? Browser Support of DOM HTML5 DOM API Overview Putting DOM to Work Node API DOM Tree Depth-First Traversal The DOM HTMLElement Interface HTMLElement Fields and Methods Document and HTMLDocument Interfaces Generating New Content A Smart Form Client-Side Data Sorting A Better User Interface for File/Image Upload TicTacToe with Drag-and-Drop Tower of Hanoi DnD Local Files Canvas Element and API For More Information Server-Side Programming with PHP Page Templates PHP Functions Form Generation and Processing File I/O in PHP PHP Error Reporting and Debugging Login with Basic Authentication Session Control Crazy Pizza Shop Security Code Verification Login Sessions Image Manipulation Providing Content Management HTML5 contenteditable API Updating the AMP PHP Classes and Objects System Calls and Script Security For More Information Database-Driven Websites What Is a Database? Relational Databases SQL: Structured Query Language SQL Queries Creating Tables CREATE TABLE Queries MySQL Data Types PHP Database Access User Authentication Using Database INSERT and DELETE Queries Database Supporting Product Orders Displaying Shopping Carts Handling Query Results and Errors Receiving Payments Prepared Statements Guarding against SQL Injection The phpMyAdmin Tool PHP Built-in Database System For More Information Web Hosting: Apache, PHP, and MySQL What Is a Web Server? URL and URI Request Processing Response and Content Types Apache Web Server Accessing Linux Server Host Linux Files Access Control Running Apache on Linux Apache Run-Time Configuration Apache Web Access Control Requiring Passwords How HTTP Basic Authentication Works How HTTP Digest Authentication Works Password Encryption Automatic File Deflation URI to Document Space Mapping Virtual Hosting Installing Apache with Package Management Manual Installation of Apache SSL/TLS PHP Module for Apache Testing PHP PHP Configuration HTTP Caching MySQL Installing phpMyAdmin Installing MySQL Linux Package Management For More Information XML, AJAX, and Web Services What Is XML? XML Document Format News Syndication Formats Browser Display of XML Documents Transforming XML Documents with XSL Named Templates and Template Calls XML Processing in PHP XPath AJAX Soup of the Day AJAX GET and POST Requests Web Services Accessing Web Services from PHP Address Verification Web Service AJAX: Form Address Verification AJAX File Upload XML Namespaces For More Information SVG and MathML Including SVG and MathML in HTML5 SVG SVG Markers, Patterns, and Transforms SVG Animation SVG User Interaction and Scripting Knocking Balls Simulation SVG versus HTML5 Canvas MathML Infix to MathML Conversion MathML for Mathematics Education Combining SVG with MathML For More Information HTML5 and Mobile Websites Mobile Web Browsing Mobile Website Strategies Mobile Layout and Navigation CSS Media Queries Mobile Webpages The Viewport Automatic Redirection to Mobile Site Touch Swipe Slide Show Taking Advantage of the Smartphone Conversion to Mobile Webapps Mobile Site Testing and Debugging For More Information Bibliography Index A Summary and Exercises appear at the end of each chapter.

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Szczegóły: Dynamic Web Programming and HTML5 - Paul S. Wang

Tytuł: Dynamic Web Programming and HTML5
Autor: Paul S. Wang
Producent: Chapman
ISBN: 9781439871829
Rok produkcji: 2012
Ilość stron: 664
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