Web-Based Application Development presents an introduction to the concepts, theories, practices, languages, and tools used to develop applications for the World Wide Web. It explores the important fundamentals of Web applications while also introducing the programming and technology necessary to put these ideas into practice.Versioning: Different versions of a single document (e.g., a user manual) can be made available to users. ac Formatting: A CMS can apply standard formatting (font, color, trademarks, etc.) in order to enforce consistency and to simplify the task of authoring by separating content from format. ... and so on: User-generated content may also be managed directly by a CMS as an extension of a web application.
|Title||:||Web Based Application Development|
|Author||:||Ralph F. Grove|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2009-06-23|