Activate your server to create a dynamic HTML pages personalized for any Web browser!
-- Unlock the power of an Active Server into your Web site and Web pages
-- Understand how to create dynamic Web sites personalized to individual users
-- Discover the commands and routines available in server-side scripting
-- Explore the programming languages that allows you to create dynamic Active Server Pages (ASP) on your Web server
With all these additions to Web pages, the person browsing gained the ability to see animation and to interact with the individual pages; however there were drawbacks. The first drawback was that a Web page had to be written to respond to every browser that might download it. If a piece of functionality -- such as an animation -- were to be included, it may need to be provided in multiple formats so that all browsers would be able to see it. For the animation example, an ActiveX control could be used for Internet Explorer, a Java applet for Netscape Navigator, and an animated GIF for other browsers. Regardless of the browser, the control, applet, and GIF were always downloaded making the load time for the page very high. Another drawback was that of providing feedback to and from the server. Once the page was downloaded, there really was no communication with the serverwithout using CGI with a high level language such as C++ or Perl. For example, a counter required that a CGI program be called from the user's browser.
Active server pages solve these problems and more. Unlocking Active Server Pages shows you how. With Active Server Pages, a Web page is created dynamically on demand for an individual browser and even for an individual user. This allows personalization of a Web page for the browser making the request. The functionality for other browsers does not need to be downloaded because a page is created "on the fly". Additionally, Active Server Pages move a large part of the processing to the server rather than the user's browser. This makes doing actions, such as counting the number of users, simple.
Unlocking Active Server Pages is a tutorial on how to create dynamic Web sites and use Active Server Pages. This will include the directives that can be used, pre-existing functions, using ActiveX Components, using Visual InterDev, and more.
The CD-ROM provided with this book will include source code and example programs from the book as well as additional Active Server Pages examples.
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With Active Server Pages (ASP), a Web page is created on demand for an individual browser and even for an individual user. This allows a Web page to be personalized. With this tutorial and reference, users will learn what these Active Server Pages are, how to create dynamic Web sites using ASP, how to effectively use Visual InterDev, and much more. - Extensive coverage of designing ASPs, directives available for ASPs, adding personalization to a Web page, working with Databases and ADO, and creating cross-platform compatible pages
- CD-ROM contains source code, example programs from the book, as well as additional sample Active Server Pages
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Book Description New Riders Pub, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1562057529