Do you want to learn the basics of application design and architecture using the latest techniques in Systems Development Life Cycle (SDLC)? Are you stymied by .net settings? Have you been asked to develop a Content Management process? You will be able to successfully navigate through the different layers of programming architecture for the web and find tips and tricks for the ancillary tools and programs that make an application user friendly and elegant. You’ll find helpful tips and step-by-step guides on such diverse topics as email clients and forms design; 3rd- and 4th-generation programming languages and tools; scripting and widgets; controls and components; adjustments and limitations for browsers and operating systems; enterprise versus consumer application design; and APIs and practical installations for MySQL and other databases. You can even find detailed information on static and interactive page design; navigational elements and solutions to common questions regarding debugging and content management. In short, this is the area that will help you get your program designed, built, debugged, and deployed on the Internet - and will give you peace of mind that only comes from learning from seasoned experts, each of whom is happy to share his experience in a very concrete step-by-step format.