Your Internet Consultant - The FAQs of Life Online
Hello, world! Welcome to Your Internet Consultant--the FAQs of Life Online. Chances are, if you're new to the Internet or you're just not acronym-adept, you're asking yourself, 'What does FAQ mean?' That is a wholly fair and reasonable question. In response to that fair and reasonable question--and future questions, both reasonable and unreasonable--I will try to provide a reasonable answer. So we begin.
World Wide Web - Beyond the Basics
The growth of the Internet today has exploded into the latest craze. It is the newest wave of communication through electronic mail, file transfer, telnet access, transaction applications, and much much more. The most popular part of the Internet is the World Wide Web, where anyone can access hypertext pages with the click of a button.
One would hardly call me a 'techno savvy' person. Infact they would never call me that at all. For somebody who takes three minutes to distinguish between the forward and the rewind button of the tape recorder, this adjective seems as much a misfit for me as poor and needy would be for Veronica Lodge. When it comes to existence, electronic equipments and me have a mutual understanding. Only our understanding is mutual, not our existence!
Designing & Implementing Microsoft Internet Information Server
You're just sitting there, a nice, easy-going MIS, enjoying the managed chaos that comes with the job. You're watching the log files, handling the occasional 'I can't get my screen saver to turn off!' crisis. . .in general, a happy life.
Using Microsoft Internet Information Server
Internet Web server configuration and management used to be considered a difficult task. With all the aspects of installation, security, performance monitoring, and service partitioning, prospective Internet and intranet site managers were usually so intimidated that they often gave up any hope of setting up a site on their own. Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) has changed all of that.
DEVELOPING Intranet Applications with Java
Hello, and welcome to Developing Intranet Applications with Java. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I enjoyed writing it. This is a book that represents a lot of work in the area of Java application programming and design. It is designed to hold your hand while you journey through the hills and valleys of Java application programming. You needn't be creating Intranet applications specifically to use this book. It does, however, focus on corporate and Intranet application development. More importantly, its focus is Java application programming. Even though the applications might not be your cup of tea (or coffee!), the concepts and source code presented in this book will be of value.
Tricks of the Internet Gurus
The Internet guru is a hard person to define. No test exists to qualify a person as an Internet guru. It is not always obvious who is and is not a guru. Often, I am talking to some novices and they mention that someone is an 'Internet guru.' When I meet this person, it is frequently the case that the supposed guru is giving out wrong and misleading information. Therefore, the first criteria of being an Internet guru is that other Internet gurus must be able to respect the accuracy your Internet knowledge.
Maximum Security: A Hacker's Guide to Protecting Your Internet Site and Network
Although this book cannot teach you everything you need to know, the references contained within this book can. Therefore, if you know very little about Internet security, you will want to maximize the value of this book by adhering to the following procedure:
Internet Explorer Maintenance
You can use Group Policy to administer and customize Microsoft Internet Explorer on Windows 2000 and Windows XP computers. For example, you can set the user's home page and customize the user's favorite links.
Software Engineering for Internet Applications (Workbook)
After completing this self-contained course on server-based Internet applications software, students who start with only the knowledge of how to write and debug a computer program will have learned how to build web-based applications on the scale of Amazon.com. Unlike the desktop applications that most students have already learned to build, server-based applications have multiple simultaneous users. This fact, coupled with the unreliability of networks, gives rise to the problems of concurrency and transactions, which students learn to manage by using the relational database system.
After working their way to the end of the book, students will have the skills to take vague and ambitious specifications and turn them into a system design that can be built and launched in few months. They will be able to test prototypes with end-users and refine the application design. They will understand how to meet the challenge of extreme business requirements with automatic code generation and the use of open-source toolkits where appropriate. Students will understand HTTP, HTML, SQL, mobile browsers, VoiceXML, data modeling, page flow and interaction design, server-side scripting, and usability analysis.
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