Databases on the Web
Web databases are becoming an essential tool for businesses and organizations to gather, share, and manage information. Interacting with databases on the Web ranges from a simple form for adding people to an email list, to checking inventory and using a shopping cart on an e-commerce site.
We have a range of courses that can help you set up and manage your database interactivity to boost the usability of your site.
- Courses to help you create forms
- Courses that add client-side interactivity
- Courses on storing and processing data on your server
- Related courses
For more information on these courses, click the course title for a complete description, or call Paul Westermann at (314) 984-9000.
Create Basic Forms for User Input and Queries
Forms are everywhere on the Web. You may fill in a form to find out if a class is full, to buy books, or to update your e-mail address for an online newsletter. These courses teach you how to create forms so that your user can send information to your Web server and database.
- Advanced Applications of HTML
- Advanced Applications of Dreamweaver
- Advanced Topics in Acrobat: Forms
Enhance Forms With Client-Side Interactivity
Learn how to add interactive features to your forms. These courses can show you how to make sure there are no errors on a form (such as too many digits in a zipcode), as well as calculate the taxes and totals in a shopping cart.
- jQuery Classes
Store and Process Data on a Server
Once the form is submitted, the data must be processed on the Web server. Learn how your customers can add their names and addresses to your database, as well as how they can use forms to find out how many items are still in stock. The following courses guide you through this data management using the most popular technologies.
- ASP .NET Course Series
Active Server Pages (ASP) is Microsoft's technology for database interactivity on the Web.
- PHP Course Series
This two-course series cover the basics of PHP, a server-side, HTML-embedded product. This open source technology processes the scripting language that you write, creates HTML, and sends it down to the browser.
- Perl Programming
Perl is a cross-platform programming language that works with HTML, XML, and CGI in developing Web database scripts. It is one of the more popular Web programming languages.