for Philip and Alex's Guide to
Web Publishing (formerly Database-Backed Web Sites)
by Philip Greenspun
If you want to develop software like what you've read about in this
book, you'll need to do things like
One of the easiest ways to learn our methods is to do the problem sets
from our course at MIT. You can find these embedded within
for Internet Applications.
If you've bought
a hardcopy of the book, the easiest way to get the source code is to
visit the on-line pages at http://philip.greenspun.com/panda/.
You can then cut and paste code fragments into your text editor. The
longer and more involved programs are available as .tar files linked
from within the book chapters or at the end of each chapter.
All of the code on this server is copyright 1995-99 Philip Greenspun.
It is distributed free to the Internet community under the terms of
the GNU Public License.
If you've got an ancient copy of
Database Backed Web Sites, you might want
the old virtual
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