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Part: VII Server Health > Web Programming

Chapter 28. Web Programming

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A Web server is only as good as its content. Creating a Web site that changes over time is an important step in keeping users interested. The Mac OS X BSD base provides access to dozens of different programming and scripting languages, each of which can be used for creating dynamic Web applications that run from within Apache.

This chapter should serve as a beginner's guide to CGI (common gateway interface) programming, and will introduce topics ranging from CGI security to Perl and PHP programming. Like many of the Unix chapters in Mac OS X Unleashed, it is important to remember that the information provided is appropriate for learning about the technology available in the operating system. If you're starting from scratch, you might want to look into additional references on Web development.


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