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Web Technology Book By Puntambekar

Web Technology Book by Puntambekar

Web Technology is a book written by A.A. Puntambekar, a professor of computer engineering at Pune University. The book covers the topics of web architecture, protocols, HTML, XML, CSS, DOM, JavaScript, servlets, and JSP. It is designed for the students of RGTU (Rajiv Gandhi Technical University) and other universities that follow the same syllabus. The book aims to provide a comprehensive and practical approach to web development with examples and exercises.

The book has 392 pages and is divided into 10 chapters. The first chapter introduces the history and evolution of the internet and the web. The second chapter explains the web architecture and protocols such as TCP/IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP, and DNS. The third chapter introduces HTML, the language used to create web pages. It covers the basic syntax, tags, attributes, forms, tables, frames, and multimedia elements. The fourth chapter introduces XML, the language used to represent and exchange data on the web. It covers the basic syntax, DTDs, schemas, namespaces, and parsers. The fifth chapter introduces CSS, the language used to style and format web pages. It covers the basic syntax, selectors, properties, values, units, and inheritance.


The sixth chapter introduces DOM, the interface that allows access and manipulation of web documents. It covers the core DOM, HTML DOM, XML DOM, and DOM events. The seventh chapter introduces JavaScript, the scripting language that adds interactivity and functionality to web pages. It covers the basic syntax, data types, operators, control structures, functions, objects, arrays, and built-in objects. The eighth chapter introduces servlets, the Java-based technology that enables dynamic web content generation. It covers the overview, architecture, life cycle, request handling, response handling, session tracking, cookies, filters, listeners, and database connectivity. The ninth chapter introduces JSP (Java Server Pages), the technology that enables embedding Java code in HTML pages. It covers the overview, architecture, life cycle, directives, scripting elements, actions, implicit objects, expression language (EL), standard tag library (JSTL), custom tags, and error handling. The tenth chapter evaluates web applications based on various criteria such as usability, accessibility, security, performance, scalability, reliability,

The book is available on Amazon and Goodreads, where it has received positive ratings and reviews from readers. The book is suitable for anyone who wants to learn web technology from a theoretical and practical perspective.

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