This complete toolbox of techniques shows you how to harness the open-source power of Linux -- and create world-class Internet applications. Offering a step-by-step approach to building an e-commerce site, a human resources site, bringing corporate data online, and more, expert Web developers Christopher Jones and Drew Batchelor explain the complexities of 3-tier Web applications, distributed architecture, and object-oriented programming -- and demonstrate how to use open source tools such as Perl, XML, and Java to build scalability, flexibility, and performance into your Internet site.To reference any properties of the class to which the object belonged when it was added to the Vector, it must first be cast to that class using the cast operator ... initializes all of the component objects, the XML parser, and the XAS ClientCodec .
|Title||:||Open Source Linux Web Programming|
|Author||:||Christopher A. Jones, Drew Batchelor|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1999-10-27|