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ISBN:007913713X
Author: Steven Ball
ISBN13: 978-0079137135
Title: Web Tcl Complete (Complete Series)
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Language: English
Category: Networking and Cloud Computing
Publisher: Computing McGraw-Hill (1999)
Pages: 468

Web Tcl Complete (Complete Series) by Steven Ball



With the McGraw-Hill Complete Series, you get 100% of what you need to deliver fully functional applications quickly. You get complete coverage of technical issues, from experts who understand the problems you must solve. You get everything you need to: Develop and implement GUI's for the Net and the Web; Interface with Java; Write server-side and client-side scripting; Build Tclet apps.

Are you sure you want to remove Web Tcl Complete from your list? Web Tcl Complete. Published April 1999 by McGraw-Hill Companies.

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Start by marking Web TCL Complete with CDROM as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Includes coverage of Web applications, Tclets, and Tcl/Java interfacing.

This book was the second Tcl book after the original book by John Ousterhout, the creator of Tcl. Since then, the number of Tcl books has increased remarkably. Tcl and the Tk Toolkit (Addison-Wesley, 1994) by John Ousterhout provides a broad overview of all aspects of Tcl and Tk, even though it covers only Tcl . and Tk . The book provides a more detailed treatment of C programming for Tcl extensions  . Web Tcl Complete (McGraw Hill, 1999) by Steve Ball describes programming with the Tcl Web Server. It also covers Tcl/Java integration using TclBlend. From The Ground Up (Osborn-McGraw Hill, 1999) by Chad Smith describes the object-oriented extension to Tcl.

With some java background, using XML Complete to learn XML is not a bad idea. The programs are well written. I do have some compilation errors with some of the programs; but with a little fix you're good to go. Download (pdf, . 2 Mb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF. Converted file can differ from the original. If possible, download the file in its original format.

Steve Ball's Web Tcl Complete (McGraw-Hill) is used as a guide. Topics include: Safe-Tcl. Server-side CGI programming. CGI-less scripting using NeoWebScript, the Tcl Web Server, and AOLServer.

The pro's guide to Tcl (pronounced tickle) explains all the features of the hot new scripting language that's more powerful than Peri and easier to use than JavaScript. Includes coverage of Web applications, Tclets, and Tcl/Java interfacing.
Reviews: 3
Binar
This ia a really fun book. Most of TCL books will cover the language or how to build pretty grahical programs, but this books emphasis in on the web. In the scope of the web, the book has many sections including: (1) SafeTCL, (2) CGI Scripting, (4) Servlets, (5) TCL Web Server, (6) Client side scripting, (7) document processing with XML, (8) Java Intigration. This book offers so much.

I really like how the authors started off with SafeTCL as a way to firewall your code taht could potentially be attacked by hackers. I was touched by the coverage of Tclets and TCL Netscape plug-in. This stuff was really cool, as it is a way to reuse code on the client browser, but also offer ways to interact with JavaScript. Some really neat stuff.

I highly recommend this book for anyone that likes to tinker and do really cool things with little effort involved. It is also great I think for in house applications or testing tools that could be deployed via the web or to the desktop on just about any platform (Unices, Windows, Mac). The document processing section, and also make TCL into a powerful set of resources for a variety of enterprise solutions as well.
Uickabrod
You can accomplish everything you want on the web, on both the client and server sides, without leaving this book, or Tcl. There are a huge number of web development tools out there, and a confusing variety of techniques for web page development and for web server management. After reading this book my decision was clear. I use the Web Tcl Server which I down-loaded and booted first shot. Instead of having to juggle a number of techniques I can now just stick to Tcl. It is the common glue across the company and it is also liberating. People can use their own tools to create various aspects of the web site and yet central policies can be maintained. For example, everyone can use their favorite word processors instead of being forced to use a Web management tool such as Front Page that is universally hated. Get this book. It will be the shortest route you can take to complete control of your web site.
Daigami
this is not my first TCL book. if u are looking for a TCL book to learn, I recommend Practical Programming in Tcl & Tk by Brent B. Welch .
nonetheless, Web TCL complete does live up to its name and covers practically almost all (if not all) things revolving around using TCL for the web.
get this book if u are interested in getting up to speed regarding using TCL for web base development.
My only wish (not complaint) is I hope that it can be priced lower.