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Web Programming and Internet Technologies, Second Edition Includes Navigate 2 Advantage Access
An E-Commerce Approach

Author(s): Porter Scobey, PhD, Saint Mary's University, Halifax
Pawan Lingras, PhD, Saint Mary's University, Halifax
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  • ISBN-13: 9781284070682
  • Navigate 2 Advantage Access     580 pages      © 2018
Price: $135.95 US List
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Revised and updated with the latest data from the field, Web Programming and Internet Technologies: An E-Commerce Approach, Second Edition continues to feature a hands-on and active learning approach. Written for the one-term web programming course for first or second year students, the Second Edition introduces students to the fundamental techniques of web programming through the continual development of a real-world business example.  Students learn the basics of HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, PHP, and MySQL and apply their knowledge to construct their own fully functional e-commerce site.

NEW AND KEY FEATURES:

  • NEW - Updated throughout to include HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, and PHP
  • NEW - Includes an introduction to responsive web design
  • NEW - Includes an introduction to AJAX
  • USER FAVORITE - Presents a real world case study in each chapter using the example of Nature's Source, a business that sells health products online.
  • USER FAVORITE - Each chapter concludes with updated resources to test student comprehension, including Quick Questions to Test Your Basic Knowledge,   Short  Exercises to Improve  Your Basic Understanding, Exercises on the Parallel Project, and What Else You May Want or Need to Know.
  • UPDATED - Instructor Resources including slides in PowerPoint format, answers to the end-of-chapter questions, and an expanded Test Bank.
     

Every new, printed copy is packaged with a full suite of ancillary resources, including Navigate 2 Advantage Access that benefits BOTH the student and the Instructor!

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Click here for Errata - http://cs.smu.ca/webbook2e/errata.html

 

Applicable Courses

Web Programming - written for the one-term course for first or second year students

Chapter 1 Setting the Scene  
Chapter 2 Establishing a Web Presence  
Chapter 3 HTML for Content Structure  
Chapter 4 CSS for Content Presentation  
Chapter 5 HTML Forms for Data Collection  
Chapter 6 JavaScript for Client-Side Computation and Form Data Validation  
Chapter 7 JavaScript for Client-Side Content Behavior  
Chapter 8 PHP for Server-Side Preprocessing  
Chapter 9 MySQL for Server-Side Data Storage  
Chapter 10 PHP and MySQL for Client-Server Database Interaction  
Chapter 11 XML (eXtensible Markup Language) for Data Description  
Chapter 12 Collecting, Analyzing, and Using Visitor Data  

Porter Scobey, PhD-Saint Mary's University, Halifax

Dr. Scobey has taught full time in the Department of Mathematics and Computing Science at Saint Mary's University since September of 1969. In mathematics he taught courses in the pre-calculus and three-year calculus sequence, linear and abstract algebra, mathematical statistics, and operations research. Since 1984 he has been teaching almost exclusively in the area of computing science, including courses in introductory programming, data structures and software engineering, survey of programming languages, internet technologies and web programming, and discrete mathematics for computing science.

Dr. Scobey began his programming experience with FORTRAN on the IBM 1620 in 1963 and has worked as a contract programmer and operations research consultant, in addition to his teaching experience. He has programmed to a greater or lesser extent in BASIC, FORTRAN, Pascal, C, C++, Perl, PHP, JavaScript, Java, LISP, PROLOG, and SMALLTALK, and has worked on the VMS, Unix, X-Window, Macintosh, DOS, and Windows platforms.

Pawan Lingras, PhD-Saint Mary's University, Halifax

Pawn Lingras is a Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computing Science at Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Canada. He has authored more than 160 research papers in various international journals and conferences. He has also co-authored two textbooks, and co-edited two books and five volumes of research papers. His areas of interests include artificial intelligence, information retrieval, data mining, web intelligence, and intelligent transportation systems. He has served as the general co-chair, program co-chair, review committee chair, program committee member, and reviewer for various international conferences on artificial intelligence and data mining. He is also on editorial boards of a number of international journals.

The following instructor resources are available to qualified instructors for download

ISBN-13: 9781284070682

Answers to In-Text Questions
Image Bank
Optional Testbank
Slides in PowerPoint Format
Source Code
Test Bank
Transition Guide