A Windows Nt(tm) Guide to the Web: Covering Browsers, Servers, and Related Software - Raucci, Richard
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Windows NT is rapidly becoming a major force in the computing world both as a corporate-strength operating system and as system for individuals requiring a powerful and secure computing platform. This book provides an up-to-date guide to Web browsers and Web servers for Windows NT. The particular strengths of this book lie in: a guide to the most widely available NT browsers including Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer, and Mosaic; its description of the main NT server programs, including reviews of their security and scripting features; its comprehensive guide to the availability of NT…mehr

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Windows NT is rapidly becoming a major force in the computing world both as a corporate-strength operating system and as system for individuals requiring a powerful and secure computing platform. This book provides an up-to-date guide to Web browsers and Web servers for Windows NT. The particular strengths of this book lie in: a guide to the most widely available NT browsers including Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer, and Mosaic; its description of the main NT server programs, including reviews of their security and scripting features; its comprehensive guide to the availability of NT resources on the world wide web; coverage of Java, VRML and WebObjects. Webmasters on NT systems will find this an invaluable resource when setting up and managing their web site.
NT as an Operating System Microsoft developed Windows NT as an alternative to Unix. The company sees it as a part of its overall Enterprise Computing plan.It scales up from basic 486 systems to high-end RISC sys­ tems from companies like Digital, NEC,and PCvendors offering PowerPC systems for NT. The basic operating system consists of a user interface shell (similar in appearance to Windows 3.1 for NT 3.1 to 3.5, and changing to look and feel more like Windows 95 for NT 4.0) de­ signed to run 32-bit programs. This makes it ideal for the multi­ media nature of Web browsers, and for the heavy-duty require­ ments of a Web server. There are a number of elements in the as that are special to NT. These include the control panelsand administrativesupport tools relating to NT's services and support mechanisms. TCP/IP is included for Internetaccess throughtraditional networks.You can also connect from Windows NTWorkstation via MS Remote Access to any Internet Access Providersupporting PPP. Basic requirements for Windows NT Workstation are a 486 system with at least 8 MB of RAM, although 16 MB is recom­ mended. The client software needed to connect to a corporate server is included, as is the Remote Access software mentioned earlier. 1. Introduction FIGURE 1.1. NT4.0 operating system.
  • Produktdetails
  • Linguistics
  • Verlag: SPRINGER NATURE / Springer US
  • Softcover Repri
  • Seitenzahl: 130
  • Erscheinungstermin: Dezember 1996
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 234mm x 179mm x 15mm
  • Gewicht: 235g
  • ISBN-13: 9780387947921
  • ISBN-10: 0387947922
  • Artikelnr.: 20964112
Inhaltsangabe
1 Introduction.
NT as an Operating System.
Platforms for Windows NT.
NT and Web Browsers.
Helper Applications.
2 Browsers for Windows NT and How to Get Connected.
Netscape Navigator 3.0.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.0.
NCSA Mosaic 2.1.
Oracle PowerBrowser.
Tango!.
Getting Connected.
3 Web Servers for Windows NT.
NT Web Servers on Multiple Platforms.
Commercial Products.
Freeware/Shareware.
NT Web Servers for Intel
Based Systems.
Commercial Products.
Specialty Products.
Freeware/Shareware.
4 Web Sites for NT Software.
5 Web Sites for NT Hardware.
Hardware Platforms and Compatibility.
6 Java for Windows NT.
Java Information Sites.
Java Development.
7 Virtual Reality and VRML for NT.
VRML Viewers and Related Software for NT.
VRML and Virtual Reality Information Centers on the Net.
8 Advanced Web Technologies.
LiveConnect.
ActiveX.
Web Objects, from NeXT Software.
9 The Future of NT: Cairo, Internet, and Intranet Integration.
Appendix: Data File Formats on the World Wide Web.