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Part: IV Introduction to Web Applications > Introduction to Web Applications

Chapter 16. Introduction to Web Applications

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What is a Web application? That's the question I'll try to answer in this chapter. Anyone who has spent any amount of time with Web applications might tell you that Web applications consist of many pieces; they can be implemented in Java, ASP, PHP, Perl/CGI, and they might be based on database tables, XML files, or other data sources. If you search on “Web application” at any search engine, you're likely to uncover hundreds (if not thousands) of white papers, case studies, and marketing hoopla over how great they are.


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