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Developing for Netscape ONE

by Michael Morgan

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Static Web pages are out, and dynamic pages are in. But how do you get from here to there? Developing for Netscape ONE explores the various options that Netscape offers--both on client and server platforms--for building interactive Web applications. Morgan covers JavaScript, LiveWire (JavaScript on the server), Java, the Netscape plug-in application programming interface, distributed objects, and how to tie everything together using LiveConnect. While none of the treatments is exhaustive in itself, together they provide a cohesive overview of the mechanisms available.

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The ultimate resource for today's professional Web developer: a comprehensive guide to developing Netscape ONE applications for the Internet and intranet. Learn to integrate Netscape's HTML enhancements into your own Web applications. Develop and manage with server-side and client-side JavaScript, and with LiveWire. Plus, find expert coverage of plug-in architecture and development, NPP and NPN methods, Orion and SuiteSpot technology, LiveConnect, and much more!

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Developing for Netscape ONE is a comprehensive guide to creating applications that conform to the Netscape ONE standards. It provides the reader with an overview of the Netscape ONE SDK with real-life examples of applications developed for Netscape. - Covers scripting and programming, Live Connect, and more

- Shows how to break down SDK into usable chunks and utilize each piece to its advantage

- CD-ROM contains all examples and extra (non-SDK) tools used in the book



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