July 29, 2014
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Software methodologies on Internet time

Today's rapid, enterprise-scale, distributed network development projects need modern methodologies more than ever before.

Moving data to the browser using Java and JavaScript Part 2: On the browser

We finish up our tutorial by treating Client-Side LiveConnect, which allows the Java in an applet and the JavaScript on a Web page to communicate -- in both major browsers.

Moving data to the browser using Java and JavaScript Part 1: From database to Web server

The components of a four-tier architecture often see data the way the four blind men see the elephant. Here's how to reconcile them.

Shopping carts and Data Integrity

Any E-Commerce developer knows that today's Web technologies are not perfectly suited for Web-based E-Commerce. HTTP -- the Hypertext Transfer Protocol that defines how the Web works -- has two fundamental features that get in the way of E-Commerce.

Shopping carts and Data Integrity

Any E-Commerce developer knows that today's Web technologies are not perfectly suited for Web-based E-Commerce. HTTP -- the Hypertext Transfer Protocol that defines how the Web works -- has two fundamental features that get in the way of E-Commerce.

A simple four-tier solution using RMI and LiveConnect

Using Java's Remote Method Invocation (RMI) and Netscape's LiveConnect, you can create the same middle-tier functionality of application servers costing $50,000 or more. Here's how you do it.

Use Java to internationalize your HTML

With i18n, you can do much more than replace words in English with words in other languages -- even in non-roman character sets.

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