Guide to HTML, JavaScript and PHP

For Scientists and Engineers

By David R. Brooks

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This book enables readers to quickly develop a working knowledge of HTML, JavaScript and PHP. It provides a hands-on approach to learning and makes extensive use of examples. Includes a glossary as well as a range of programming exercises.

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  • ISBN13: 978-0-8572-9448-7
  • 428 Pages
  • User Level: Science
  • Publication Date: May 16, 2011
  • Available eBook Formats: PDF
  • eBook Price: $89.95
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Full Description
This book enables readers to quickly develop a working knowledge of HTML, JavaScript and PHP. The text emphasizes a hands-on approach to learning and makes extensive use of examples. A detailed science, engineering, or mathematics background is not required to understand the material, making the book ideally suitable for self-study or an introductory course in programming. Features: describes the creation and use of HTML documents; presents fundamental concepts of client-side and server-side programming languages; examines JavaScript and PHP implementation of arrays, built-in and user-defined methods and functions, math capabilities, and input processing with HTML forms; extends programming fundamentals to include reading and writing server-based files, command-line interfaces, and an introduction to GD graphics; appendices include a brief introduction to using a “pseudocode” approach to organizing solutions to computing problems; includes a Glossary and an extensive set of programming exercises.
Table of Contents

Table of Contents

  1. Introducing HTML and JavaScript.
  2. HTML Document Basics.
  3. HTML Tables, Forms, Lists, and Frames.
  4. Fundamentals of the JavaScript Language.
  5. Using Arrays in HTML/JavaScript.
  6. JavaScript Functions.
  7. Creating a Server
  8. Side Environment with PHP.
  9. Working with PHP.
  10. PHP Arrays.
  11. Summary of Selected PHP Language Elements.
  12. Using PHP from a Command Line.
  13. Using Graphics with PHP.
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