Developing Applications for the Web: Exploring Differences between Traditional and World Wide Web Application Development

Developing Applications for the Web: Exploring Differences between Traditional and World Wide Web Application Development

Nancy L. Russo (Northern Illinois University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-878289-72-8.ch002
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Abstract

The use of the Internet, and the World Wide Web in particular, has grown at a phenomenal rate. The Internet, the world’s largest computer network, grew from approximately 25,000 connected networks with over 6.6 million computers worldwide in 1996 (Neubarth, 1996) to more than 50,000 networks and 16 million computers today (Conger & Mason, 1998). The fastest growing resource on the Internet is the World Wide Web (hereafter called the Web). Between 1994 and 1996, the Web grew from 100 sites to 100,000 sites housing more than a million Web pages (Neubarth, 1996), and as of January, 1999, an electronic survey of web hosts found over 43 million sites (Network Wizards, 1999). Over 80% of America’s Fortune 500 companies have some type of Web presence (The Economist, 1997).

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Chapter 1
Mehdi Khosrow-Pour, Nancy Herman
During the past two decades, advances in computer technologies combined with telecommunication technologies have lead to the development of the... Sample PDF
Web-Enabled Technologies Assessment and Management: Critical Issues
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Chapter 2
Nancy L. Russo
The use of the Internet, and the World Wide Web in particular, has grown at a phenomenal rate. The Internet, the world’s largest computer network... Sample PDF
Developing Applications for the Web: Exploring Differences between Traditional and World Wide Web Application Development
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Chapter 3
Ming-te Lu, W. L. Yeung
An ever-increasing number of businesses have established Web sites to engage in commercial activities today, forming the so-called Web-based... Sample PDF
Planning for Effectiveness Web-Based Commerce Application Development
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Chapter 4
Mathew J. Klempa
This chapter presents a perspective on web technologies acquisition, utilization, organization change and transformation grounded in Gidden’s theory... Sample PDF
Managing Web Technologies Acquisition, Utilization and Organization Change: Understanding Sociocognitive Processual Dynamics
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Chapter 5
Arno Scharl
Web-enabled standard software for electronic commerce incorporating adaptive components will reduce the barriers between productive data processing... Sample PDF
The Five Stages of Customizing Web-Based Mass Information Systems
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Chapter 6
Dirk Vriens, Paul Hendriks
It is often claimed that the Internet and associated technologies have paved the way for new types of businesses, new types of consumer behavior... Sample PDF
Viability through Web-Enabled Technologies
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Chapter 7
World Wide Wait  (pages 146-161)
Fui Hoon Nah, Kihyun Kim
The explosive popularity of the World Wide Web (WWW) is the biggest event in the Internet era. Since its public introduction in 1991, WWW has become... Sample PDF
World Wide Wait
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Chapter 8
Paul Darbyshire, Andrew Wenn
The WWW is a resource of enormous potential for education. The use of this resource for presentation of learning materials is well documented... Sample PDF
A Matter of Necessity: Implementing Web-Based Subject Administration
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Chapter 9
Tammy Whalen, David Wright
The Web has had a major impact on how corporate training departments manage employee training. The evolution of computers and networks allows... Sample PDF
Web-Based Competency and Training Management Systems for Distance Learning
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Chapter 10
Sherif Kamel
The information and communication technologies have had remarkable impacts worldwide on the emergence of a number of trends and applications... Sample PDF
Electronic Commerce in Egypt
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Chapter 11
Mahesh S. Raisinghani, David Baker
Studies have shown that people remember 20 percent of what they see, 40 percent of what they see and hear, and 70 percent of what they see, hear... Sample PDF
Managing the Business of Web-Enabled Education and Training: A Framework and Case Studies for Replacing Blackboards with Browsers for Distance Learning
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