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T3am Web Tcl Complete  [Tutorials at a Glance]  [PDF format]
Steve Ball, Zveno Pty. Ltd.

Tcl is used for every aspect of Web programming from server-side right through to client-side, including Web servers and Web browsers, and all the tools in between.

This tutorial discusses how Tcl may best be used for all of these purposes. Steve Ball's Web Tcl Complete (McGraw-Hill) is used as a guide.

Topics include:

  • Safe-Tcl
  • Server-side CGI programming
  • CGI-less scripting using NeoWebScript, the Tcl Web Server, and AOLServer
  • The Tcl plug-in
  • Building your own Web application: the HTTP package and HTML libraries
  • TclBlend and Jacl

Steve Ball is Chief XML and Scripting Specialist at Australia-based Zveno Pty. Ltd. and is the chief architect of Zveno's Swish XML editor. He is the author of Web Tcl Complete (McGraw-Hill) and several Open Source software projects, including TclExpat, TclXML, TclDOM, and the Plume Web browser. Steve was first introduced to Tcl in 1993 and has hardly touched any other language since then.

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