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81.
Working with XML and JavaScript
By William B. Sanders
Sep 13, 2002
This sample chapter describes "the XML Mystique," defines XML, and explains how to reading and show XML data with JavaScript.
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Customizing the Look of Error Messages in JSP
By Drew Falkman
Feb 22, 2002
This article, excerpted from Drew Falkman's JRun Web Application Construction Kit (Que, 2001), shows you how to create custom error pages to deliver messages when errors occur.
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JSP Coding Methodologies
By Drew Falkman
Feb 22, 2002
This article, excerpted from Drew Falkman's JRun Web Application Construction Kit (Que, 2001), introduces you to coding methodologies using JavaServer Pages, including how to use the Model-View-Controller (MVC) method.
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JSP for Designers
By Drew Falkman
Feb 22, 2002
JSP is not just for programmers. As discussed in this article by Drew Falkman, JSP can actually be a powerful tool for designers who want a little more.
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Using a Controller for JSP Pages
By Drew Falkman
Feb 22, 2002
Can JSP programmers utilize the Model-View-Controller, or MVC, method of programming for their JSP-only Web applications? Drew Falkman discusses the pros and cons.
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Using JavaBeans with JSP
By Drew Falkman
Feb 22, 2002
This article, excerpted from Drew Falkman's JRun Web Application Construction Kit (Que, 2001), introduces you to JavaBeans, and shows you how to use their components in your JSP pages.
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Using JRun Server Tags
By Drew Falkman
Feb 22, 2002
This article, excerpted from Drew Falkman's JRun Web Application Construction Kit (Que, 2001), discusses Macromedia's JRun J2EE application server and its benefits.
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Using JSP Scripting Elements
By Drew Falkman
Feb 22, 2002
This article, excerpted from Drew Falkman's JRun Web Application Construction Kit (Que, 2001), shows you how to perform server-side tricks in your JSP pages using scripting elements.
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Coding Guidelines for Client-Side Scripting
By Scott Loban
Nov 30, 2001
Client-side script code can be improved for maintainability and reusability by adhering to some helpful coding practices. Scott Loban highlights some structural and organizational conventions in this article.
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Elements of Client-Side Scripting
By Scott Loban
Nov 30, 2001
Client-side scripts use four essential components to enable the creation of full-featured Web applications. Scott Loban introduces those major components of client-side scripting and their roles in a dynamic Web application.
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Introduction to Client-Side Scripting
By Scott Loban
Nov 30, 2001
What separates a Web page from an application is rich, two-way communication between the user and the site. Scott Loban delves into client-side scripting, a key technology for providing greater interactivity and pizzazz to Web applications.
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Language Choices for Client-Side Scripting
By Scott Loban
Nov 30, 2001
Multiple languages are available for writing client-side scripts, including JavaScript, VBScript, Perl, Tcl/Tk, and REXX. Scott Loban discusses the nuances of these popular languages for client-side scripts.
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XmlReader and XmlWriter
By Dale Michalk
Oct 26, 2001
XmlReader and XmlWriter provide an XML interface that is more efficient and easy to use than the DOM access methods of the past. Dale Michalk shows you how to use these tools in your own XML code.
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Transforming HTML Form Data as XML Strings Using Java
By Jasmit Kochhar
Oct 12, 2001
This article by Jasmit Kochhar shows you how to use a Java-based infrastructure to format data posted by an HTML form into XML strings. It builds on a previous article, "Posting HTML Form Data as XML Strings," which used ASP to demonstrate the technique.
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HTML Forms and PHP
By Larry Ullman
Jul 19, 2001
Web sites use forms for many purposes. Frequently, programmers create CGI scripts in Perl to handle the data created by these forms, but the same results can be more easily achieved with PHP. This article will cover the basics of creating HTML forms ...
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What PHP Can Do For You
By Larry Ullman
Jul 19, 2001
Open source software can be difficult to learn. PHP is an open source Web-scripting language and wonderfully utilitarian tool that, despite its value and general ease of use, has been daunting to pick up, until now. Read on for what PHP can do for you--and ...
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How to Build Pull-Down Menus with JavaScript
By Tom Negrino, Dori Smith
Jul 13, 2001
JavaScript is great for making things happen on Web pages, such as creating pull-down menus to mimic the look and feel of an operating system's functions. Here Tom Negrino and Dori Smith show you how its done.
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How to Create Multiple Rollovers with JavaScript
By Tom Negrino, Dori Smith
Jul 13, 2001
Need to incorporate more than one rollover on a web page? In this article, Peachpit Press authors Tom Negrino and Dori Smith show you how it's done using JavaScript.
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How to Create Rollovers with JavaScript
By Tom Negrino, Dori Smith
Apr 20, 2001
This article, from Javascript for the World Wide Web: Visual QuickStart Guide, 3e, shows how to create simple rollovers, how to avoid some common rollover mistakes, and how to enhance your rollovers to make them more effective.

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