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Bulletproofing Web Applications (With CD-ROM)

by Adam Kolawa

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"Bulletproofing" is a road map for how to integrate error prevention and detection into the development process to ensure that Web applications are robust, scalable, efficient and reliable. It explores defensive programming techniques and explains the benefits of, and how to, implement coding standards for various programming languages including HTML, CSS, Java, and JavaScript. The authors also show how to perform unit testing on each component as they are developed along with ways to set up a staging area for deployment and a deployment infrastructure. "Bulletproofing" details ways to avoid errors as databases, SQL, XML, Web services, SOAP, EJB components, JSP and other technologies are implemented into Web applications.

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