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What Is Cgi

Author : Alison Sage
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Collins Big Cat What Is CGI Band 06 Orange

Author : Alison Sage
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Artist Jon Stuart shows how he produces computer-generated images. The process starts with a simple block of cubes, which are added to, given texture, before being bent, stretched, twisted into the correct shape and size. He then adds background, lighting and colour to bring the whole scene to life. • Orange/ Band 6 books offer varied text and characters, with action sustained over several pages. • Text type - An information book. • A flow chart on pages 22 and 23 summarises the process, and there is a contents page on page 1, as well as a glossary and index on pages 20 and 21. • Curriculum links - Art and Design: Investigating different kinds of art, craft and design. ICT: An introduction to modelling; Creating pictures.

What Is CGI Workbook

Author : Alison Sage
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A Workbook enabling children to practise the language points presented in the Reader. These workbooks accompany the popular Collins Big Cat series. They enable children to practice and reinforce the target vocabulary and language structures presented in each corresponding Collins Big Cat reader through enjoyable puzzles, games and activities, as well as through more traditional comprehension exercises. Tracing, copying and eventually free-writing tasks build and develop children's writing skills as they progress through the Bands, Pink A to Lime. A fun quiz to test understanding, and a reward certificate at the back of each Workbook, enable children to feel a sense of progress as they learn to read more confidently in English.

CGI Programming in C Perl

Author : Thomas Boutell
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Turn static Web pages into dynamic documents with CGi (Common Gateway interface) programming. You'll learn how to write programs in C and Perl to handle forms and generate images, movies, sound, and more on the fly. The CD-ROM offers an array of useful CGi programs in C and Perl, ready to plug in.

CGI Programming on the World Wide Web

Author : Shishir Gundavaram
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This text provides an explanation of CGI and related techniques for people who want to provide their own information servers on the Web. It explains the value of CGI and how it works, and looks at the subtle details of programming. The accompanying CD-ROM

Custom CGI Scripting with Perl

Author : Kevin Hanegan
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The only one-stop resource for Web developers and programmers This book is an indispensable resource for Web developers and programmers who program CGI applications in Perl. It is designed to function as both a comprehensive reference to the fundamentals and a hands-on tutorial with detailed examples on creating and customizing CGI applications for the Web. Readers learn how to set up a server for integrating CGI scripts, how to work with HTTP variables, and other important CGI basics. They get a complete review of all the Perl syntax needed to create CGI programs and learn how to upload and test scripts and how to use libraries effectively.

CGI Programming 101

Author : Jacqueline D. Hamilton
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This concise presentation of the key elements of Perl CGI is perfect for programmers who are under the gun. The book includes the basics of where to write scripts; how to upload them and set file permissions; how to run them, and how to decode form data and save it to a file.

Perl CGI Programming

Author : Erik Strom
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Experienced HTML authors, Webmaster, and Intranet programmers will find this book one of the fastest ways to learn CGI programming. Topics include catalog, search engine, order forms, database referencing, and user feedback scripts. Real world examples emphasize creating forms and user-driven, interactive Web sites.

Perl CGI and JavaScript Complete

Author : Sybex Inc
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An unbeatable value--1,000 pages of complete coverage of the key non-Microsoft technologies for building interactive Web sites, for only $19.99. Includes complete references to Perl commands and modules, plus a JavaScript object reference. There's no other book on the market that covers Perl, CGI, and JavaScript in one volume for this price.

Official Guide to Programming with CGI pm

Author : Lincoln Stein
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With his one-of-a-kind scripting shortcut tool--CGI.pm--Lincoln Stein is a household name in CGI circles. In this book he provides programmers and Web developers with information on how to use and customize his unique tool that cuts scripting time in half.

CGI Developer s Resource

Author : J. M. Ivler
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A high level introduction to Web CGI program, this "Developer's Resource" takes a detailed look at the process of customer requirements gathering, analysis, and design. This is the first CGI book to present a thorough methodology from requirements analysis, to design, and on through testing and implementation for developing enterprise-wide CGI apps. The CD-ROM contains a repository of valuable source code, Tcl, Perl, and a library of useful programming tools.

The Wired Professor

Author : Anne B. Keating
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The Internet is rapidly becoming a necessary and natural part of the way we access information. The Wired Professor provides instructors with the necessary skills and intellectual framework for effectively working with and understanding this new tool and medium. Written for teachers with limited experience on the Internet, The Wired Professor is a collegial, hands-on guide on how to build and manage instruction-based web pages and sites. In addition to practical tips, this book incorporates discussions on a variety of topics from the history of networks, publishing, and computers to hotly debated issues such as the pedagogical challenges posed by computer-aided instruction and distance learning. These discussions are geared to the non-computer savvy reader and written with an eye to allow instructors to maximize use of the Internet as a creative medium, a research resource of unparalleled dimension, and a community building tool. The Wired Professor comes with a companion web site that contains additional material, such as discussions on design and links to the resources discussed in the book. Companion web site URL: http://www.nyupress.nyu.edu/professor.html

Perl

Author : R. Allen Wyke
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Explains essential skills and concepts, offering drills, exercises, and sample code that demonstrates and reviews Perl capabilities, syntax, database access, modules, CGI programming, and debugging.

World Wide Web Database Developer s Guide

Author : Mark Swank
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'CD-ROM contains authors' sample databases, source code, and over 30 third-party tools' Cover.

HTML Publishing on the Internet

Author : Brent D. Heslop
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Successor to the international bestseller, "HTML Programming on the Internet", this book covers all the new HTML features and updates to Web technologies. Free, downloadable software tools are available on CD and Ventana Online.

World Wide Web Database

Author : Mark Swank
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Database access is a leading strategic use of Web technology. This "Database Developer's Guide" teaches the reader how to design, develop, and deploy secure client/server databases that are accessible by clients on Internet and Intranet Web sites using the latest version of Visual Basic and other new key technologies, such as ActiveX and Server Side Scripting. The accompanying CD includes the author's source code and resources such as WebSite, third party ActiveX Control samples, DBGateway, and others.

Web Programming

Author : Chris Bates
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Demonstrating not only how to use commonly available tools to create dynamic webpages, this book also covers server side technologies. The aim is to show by example how to employ technologies to good effect. Features of HTML, DHTML and Javascript which produce exciting and interactive webpages are highlighted and explained. XML enables data to be handled by many different applications so that information from spreadsheets, reports, databases and CAD applications can be utilized on the Web. Bates shows ways in which the power of XML can be added to a website. Recognising that the Web is not just an environment for display and presentation, but is also used extensively for gathering information - and in a world on the brink of embracing e-commerce - for conducting transactions, technologies which send information from browser to server form an important ingredient to the book. Perl, CGI and Active Server Pages are covered and exercises and examples provided to help learn how to implement features Features: * Well selected and up-to-date content for newly emerging course * Multi-tool coverage avoids necessity of recommending a book per application * Practical and hands-on guidance is always backed up by example * Paced for students with some, but not extensive, programming experience * Examples are plentiful, practical and well illustrated * Website provides more examples and links to useful online resources

Web Tcl Complete

Author : Steven Ball
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The only book on Tcl written just for Web professionals, Web Tcl Complete gives you current information and hands-on help in developing and implementing this compact, adaptable language. You get everything you need to develop and implement GUI's for the Net and Web, interface with Java, write server-side and client-side scripting, build Tclet apps to run inside browsers, enable document processing, and link across platforms.

Sams Teach Yourself CGI in 24 Hours

Author : Rafe Colburn
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A guide to the Web programming technology covers implementation in C and Perl, customizing existing programs, and writing CGI scripts for survey forms, interactive games, order forms, search tools, and guest books.

FLASH 5 DYNAM

Author : ARCHONTAK
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Flash movies—the ones that play and then, well...stop—are all well and good. They are great as platforms for cartoonists and motion type artists to showcase their stuff. But it's the non-interactive and uninterruptable aspect of these Flash events that has led to some serious underestimations of the power of Flash. All you need to do to begin creating the cutting-edge Flash web-sites of the future is learn how to get the most out of ActionScripting, how to hook up your Flash movie with client/server coding and begin working with a back-end database. And it really is that easy! Suddenly, the world of true Flash functionality is at your fingertips. Flash 5 Dynamic Content Studio is written by a collective of Flash 5 experts who will show you everything you need to know to upgrade your Flash 5 knowledge to Flash 5 expertise. Assuming a basic knowledge of Flash, the book gives you a thorough grounding in ActionScripting techniques, teaches you the basics of a myriad of scripting languages and their Flash interaction capabilities, discusses and implements client-side/server-side interaction, explains the middleware that can make your life considerably easier (Ultradev, Generator, Swift Generator, ASP Turbine), and demonstrates database interaction and usability (Access, SQL, and MYSQL). To conclude this admittedly tough but not prohibitive learning curve, the book walks you through a selection of fairly generic real world case studies, using Flash with middleware and database connectivity, demonstrating how these elements come together to give you truly dynamic, interactive Flash sites. This book is about visual richness and utility. This Web business is getting beautiful, and Flash is getting useful. What you’ll learnWho this book is for Flash 5 Dynamic Content Studio addresses the growing market of web artists under pressure to learn the finer points of interactive design with Flash 5. This book demonstrates the best tools for integrating dynamic content using a Flash front-end. Readers will see how to link Flash movies, via a middleware bridge, through to a back-end datastores (images and/or text). This book assumes that the reader already knows the fundamentals of creating Flash movies, but doesn't assume any programming knowledge at all. The book covers ActionScripting, (of course!), ASP, PHP, JSP, Perl, CGI, Cold Fusion, Macromedia Generator, ASP Turbine, Swift Generator, and Macromedia Ultradev.