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Building Web Applications with UML by Jim Conallen

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Chapter Summary

  • Web applications implement business logic. Business logic is a rule or process that affects the business state of the system.

  • The Document Object Model (DOM) is a platform-neutral interface to the browser and the HTML or XML documents it's rendering.

  • The browser is responsible for executing client-side scripts.

  • Dynamic HTML (DHTML) is a vendor term that describes a combination of HTML, style sheets, and scripts that allow documents to be manipulated in a Web browser. It is not a W3C specification or recommendation.

  • JavaScript is the most common scripting language supported in browsers today.

  • JavaScript resembles Java but does not have its static typing and strong type checking.

  • A custom JavaScript object is an attempt to create "objects" ...

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