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Developing e-Commerce Sites: An Integrated Approach
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Today's e-Commerce-enabled Web sites are more complex than ever: it's no longer enough to simply add "shopping cart" functionality! This book shows developers exactly how to integrate a wide range of proven and emerging Web technologies to build a state-of-the-art e-Commerce site from scratch. The authors' example-driven, step-by-step approach offers an inside view of e-Commerce systems -- and provides Java, JavaScript, SQL and XML code that can help developers dramatically reduce time-to-market. Developing E-Commerce Sites starts with a quick refresher on the basics of establishing a Web presence, and a detailed overview of the key challenges associated with deploying e-Commerce and other sophisticated Web applications. Next, the authors introduce several of the key technologies that enable e-Commerce, including HTML, Java, servlets, JavaScript, JDBC, and XML -- providing detailed examples that solve real-world e-Commerce problems. Next, Developing E-Commerce Sites addresses the critical security, credit card verification, and site performance issues associated with e-Commerce. The book concludes by walking through the development of a complete e-Commerce system from start-to-finish, including database integration, user interfaces, and the creation of utility classes that can be reused in any e-Commerce deployment.

Vivek Sharma is a software developer at Oracle Corporation with nearly seven years of software development and research experience. He writes for Web magazines such as Java Developers' Journal, and his major area of interest and expertise is Internet application research and development. Rajiv Sharma is the CEO of EDA, Inc., and also works as an independent consultant. He has more than ten years of experience, and is co-author of Java Programming by Example (SIGS publications/Cambridge University Press) with Vivek Sharma. 0201657643AB04062001

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