Browsers - from Static to Dynamic

Jan Newmarch jan@newmarch.name http://jan.newmarch.name


Last modified: 14 May, 1997. These slides are Copyright Jan Newmarch, 1996, 1997. This tutorial looks at the ways in which browsers can be extended to allow interactive elements

1. What this Session is About

2. Browsers - from Static to Dynamic

3. Moving to Interaction

4. HTML 1.0

5. Forms

6. Forms

7. Form Elements

8. Form submission methods

9. Information mangling

10. Form Limitations

11. CGI Scripts

12. CGI information passing

13. Extracting information

14. Environment variables

15. CGI Security - Server

16. Form Security - Client

17. Form Availability

18. JavaScript

19. JavaScript

20. JavaScript HTML Elements

21. JavaScript Event Model

22. JavaScript Location

23. JavaScript non-HTML Elements

24. JavaScript Example

25. JavaScript Security

26. JavaScript Availability

27. JavaScript Communication

28. VBScript

29. VB Script

30. VB Script event Model

31. VB Script non-HTML Elements

32. VBScript Example

33. VBScript Availability

34. VBScript Security

35. VBScript Communication

36. Helpers and Plugins

37. Helpers

38. Helpers

39. Example Helpers

40. Helper Setup

41. Helpers and HTML

42. Helper Security

43. Helper Availability

44. Plugins

45. Plugins

46. Example Plugins

47. Installation of Plugins

48. Plugin Availability

49. Plugin Communication

50. Plugin Security

51. Plugins and HTML

52. Browser to plugin methods

53. Plugin to browser methods

54. ActiveX

55. ActiveX

56. Example ActiveX Controls

57. ActiveX Availability

58. ActiveX Security

59. ActiveX Communication

60. Java

61. Java

62. Java Language Features

63. Java Libraries

64. Java graphics

65. Java GUI

66. Java Networking

67. Java Future Libraries

68. Java Security

69. Java Example

70. Java Availability

71. Java Communication

72. Open?

73. Further Information

74. Conclusion