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Developing Business Applications for the Web: With HTML, CSS, JSP, PHP, ASP.NET, and JavaScript

Laura Ubelhor and Christian Hur

5510-E

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  • Books about Web development abound—but few, if any, explain the topic from a business application developer’s point of view. Developing Business Applications for the Web: With HTML, CSS, JSP, PHP, ASP.NET, and JavaScript is the book business developers have been waiting for. Written by business developers and educators for business developers, this book bridges the gap between website and business application programming, giving developers the knowledge they need to build Web browser front-end applications that let users interact with business data.

    Developing Business Applications for the Web
    focuses on six Web development technologies commonly used to develop business applications. The book starts by introducing business developers and students to HTML and CSS, the building blocks of a business website. After exploring these fundamentals, the book delves into other key Web technologies: JavaServer Pages (JSP), PHP, ASP.NET, and JavaScript. Throughout the book, readers learn concepts and techniques through an example browser-based business application that lets a business’s external and internal customers access enterprise data via the Web.

    Using this guide, professional business programmers and students—even those with little or no Web development experience—will quickly acquire the knowledge and skills essential for developing and deploying robust, data-driven, Web-based interfaces for business applications. Guided by authors and experienced business developers Laura Ubelhor and Christian Hur, you will become familiar with popular Web development technologies and learn to use them to build applications that do real business work.

    Upon completion of this book, you will:

    • Be familiar with HTML and other common tools necessary to deploy robust, data-driven, Web-based business applications.
    • Discover how other technologies interact with HTML to present enterprise data and provide an agreeable user experience.
    • Include HTML, JSP, PHP, ASP.NET, and JavaScript in your application development skill set.
    • Know all the components required to develop and deploy business Web applications.
    • Understand common Web development tools and how they fit within a complete business Web application.
  • Laura Ubelhor owns and operates Consultech Services, Inc., a Rochester, Michigan-based consulting company that provides services such as project management, design, development, implementation, and business application support. She is an author of HTML for the Business Developer (MC Press, 2008) as well as many technology-related articles. She also assisted in writing the COMMON certification RPG and Business Computing Professional exams.

    Laura has been involved in the Southeast Michigan iSeries User group as a board member since 1988, and has served as group president for over 15 years and as lead organizer for MITEC, the group’s annual one-day conference. She is also a longtime volunteer for COMMON, the IBM i and Power Systems user group, and currently serves as Assistant Director of the COMMON Education Foundation. She has spent much of her career advocating for IT career education for both professionals and students.

    Christian Hur is an IT-Web Instructor at Gateway Technical College in Racine, Wisconsin, where he teaches courses in Web programming, HTML5 and CSS3, JavaScript, Visual Basic 2012, networking, and mobile programming with Android. Christian also manages Gateway’s Linux-based (Ubuntu) Web server, which runs on an IBM Power 8. Christian has a BLS from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and is a Master of Science in Computer Information Systems (MSCIS) candidate at Boston University.

    Christian has more than 20 years’ experience in Web development and has built many websites and Web-based applications using HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and ASP/ASPX. He has also managed dedicated Web servers and maintained websites using a variety of CMS applications, including Joomla, Drupal, and WordPress. In addition, he is an entrepreneur who cofounded Bluebell Company, Inc., a multimedia and e-commerce business in Los Angeles, and Mydia Entertainment Group, LLC.
  • Item Number: 5510
    Author Name: Laura Ubelhor and Christian Hur
    Publication Date: April 13, 2017
    Edition: First
    Pages: 576
    ISBN-10: 1583473483
    ISBN-13: 9781583473481
    Format: Paperback
    Product Dimensions: 8 x 1.7 x 10 inches
    Shipping Weight: 2.52 pounds
    Language: English




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