Robert W. Sebesta
Pearson; 8th edition
The eighth version of Programming the World Wide Web (PDF) is written for first-year college students who have already taken and completed a course in object-oriented programming. In addition, it provides Web programming specialists with a reference that is always up to date.
The eighth edition of Programming the World Wide Web: provides a comprehensive introduction to the skills and tools required for both server- and client-side programming; teaches college students how to develop platform-independent websites by making use of the most up-to-date Web development technology. Exercises that are essential to programming are provided in a manageable progression. Undergraduate students start with a core website and add features using new languages and technologies as they are covered in the course. Readers who already have some familiarity with programming in an object-oriented language will have the concepts of server-side and client-side programming explained to them step by step. The W3C validation application is used on each and every markup document contained within the ebook to ensure that it is correct.
Participation in Instruction and Education
- This ebook offers a more beneficial instructional and educational experience, both for you and for your pupils. It will assist with:
- College Students Should Be Taught How to Develop Platform-Independent Websites: Students will benefit from an in-depth introduction to the tools and skills necessary for programming on both the client and server sides.
- Display the Essential Programming Exercises in a Sequential and Logic-Based Order: The students start with a basic website and then add functionality by learning new programming languages and using new technologies as the topics are covered in the class.
PLEASE TAKE NOTE That the only item included in this sale is the PDF version of the 8th edition of Sebasta’s Programming the World Wide Web. There are no access codes provided.