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Technology that permits the proven business logic in existing host applications to be reused when creating new e-applications or Web services.
Host application access Web-to-host solutions that work by converting host terminal data stream to HTML (or XML) via a server-side component.
Language used to describe the format of a Web page.
The transport protocol most often used between Web servers and Web browsers.
A guaranteed packet delivery version of HTTP.
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Web Services[c] Theory and Practice
BUY ON AMAZON
Beginners Guide to DarkBASIC Game Programming (Premier Press Game Development)
More Power to the Numbers Data Sequences and Arrays
Game Graphics Learning to Use Bitmaps
Programming the Keyboard, Mouse, and Joystick
Playing Some Tunes CD Audio, MIDI and MP3 Music
Playing Intro Movies and Cut-Scenes
Strategies for Information Technology Governance
Structures, Processes and Relational Mechanisms for IT Governance
An Emerging Strategy for E-Business IT Governance
Measuring ROI in E-Commerce Applications: Analysis to Action
Managing IT Functions
Governance Structures for IT in the Health Care Industry
FileMaker Pro 8: The Missing Manual
Building a New Database
Creating Layouts for Reports
Date and Time Calculations
Exporting a File
Information Dashboard Design: The Effective Visual Communication of Data
All That Glitters Is Not Gold
Using Poorly Designed Display Media
Arranging the Data Poorly
An Ideal Library of Dashboard Display Media
Organize the Information to Support Its Meaning and Use
.NET-A Complete Development Cycle
Implementing the SmartNotes Application
The Project Vision and Business Case
Analysis of the Photo Editor Requirements
Performance Optimization, Multithreading, and Profiling
No Longer under Construction
DNS & BIND Cookbook
Organizing Zone Data Files in Different Directories
Protecting a Slave Name Server from Abuse
Modifying Zone Data Without Restarting the Name Server
Configuring a Name Server to Accommodate a Slave Running BIND 4
Looking Up Records with dig
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