This book gives a genuine understanding of how to implement web databases and covers the core concepts of a traditional database design course. Covers the core of a traditional introductory database module, but sets the development in the context of the web Covers scripting languages first so you understand how a database application is implemented before trying to design it Chapter on XML presents some of the possibilities this non-relational alternative may offer the world of databases Review questions and exercises allow you to test your knowledge, whilst investigations at the end of each chapter prompt you to delve even deeper into the topics presentedFirst draft of a PHP script to accept data from the SurnameSearch.html form. alt;? php /* a Begin script file header a Title Staff search -- Comment Accepts search criteria from users, and delivers a list of staff whose details match the searchanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Introduction to Databases with Web Applications|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2007-11-01|