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Modeling XML Applications with UML: Practical e-Business Applications

Reveals how to integrate XML and UML to create dynamic, interactive Web applications and meet optimal business-to-business application goals. Uses a large-scale running example to keep the material moving in a fluid, understandable manner. Features 'steps for success' and other tips for creating top designs.

 

DHTML and CSS for the World Wide Web

A Web site designer guides the reader through the process of implementing dynamic HTML (DHTML) and cascading style sheets (CSS) to permit the broadest spectrum of the Web-surfing population to view a Web site. Requires familiarity with HTML (Hypertext Markup Language); some familiarity with JavaScript is also helpful in places


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