53513719-43393733-Fundamentals-With-Java

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WEB DEVELOPMENT Fundamentals with J ava 1
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Table of Contents #1 Description J ava Example of J ava Description of J avaScript Example of J avaScript Comparison of J ava and J avaScript Open Source and J avaScript Description of DOM Example f DOM Discussion of the open-source nature of J avaScript scripts and examples of their use in commercial settings Comparison of AJ AX and J avaScript 2
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Table of Contents #2 Security vulnerability of AJ AX and J avaScript Summary of the use of J ava applets in commercial settings Future trend of J ava applets in commercial settings J ava applets and AJ AX J avaScript in DHTML Comparison of cookies and spyware 3
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Description of J ava J ava is object- oriented J ava is architecture- neutral J ava was designed as a crossing point within web pages to allow applications over the internet. J ava is a programming language J ava does not require a network J ava applications may use network connection for dispersed computing 4
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Example of J ava This is an example of the J ava programming language. This program will calculate an amortized monthly mortgage payment including the remaining principal. 5
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Description of J avaScript J avaScript is an object- based language J avaScript deals directly with the browser entities like windows, forms, frames and documents It can respond to browser events like mouse clicks and user- typed text. It is based on manipulating
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This note was uploaded on 12/14/2011 for the course ENPM 603 taught by Professor Kumar during the Winter '09 term at Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur.

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