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Radio Userland Kick Start

by: Rogers Cadenhead

On-line Price: $9.95 (includes GST)

Paperback package 312

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CLEARANCE Item - Special discount -limited stock
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Retail Price: $66.95

Publisher: SAMS,03.10.03

Category: WEB SERVICES Level: B/I

ISBN: 0672325632
ISBN13: 9780672325632

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Radio UserLand is a powerful tool that is well known for its Web log publishing features, but it is a much larger content management and information aggregation tool. This $40 product has been purchased by more than 200,000 people, and is gaining popularity among those who are eager to make dynamic Web content through exploiting the growing amount of data available on the Internet.


  Radio UserLand Kick Start provides everything a Web site developer needs to get started with the software, including a primer on the UserTalk programming language and the softwares object database, which are considered the two main stumbling blocks for any Radio Userland user who wants to go one step further. Emphasis is placed on the softwares XML-RPC, RSS, and XML functionality, which makes it easy to create Web services and use the Web services and information of others.


  Rogers Cadenhead is the author of several books on the Internet, Java, and Web publishing, including Sams Teach Yourself Java in 24 Hours and How to Use the Internet 2001 Edition. He also writes a trivia column for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Knight-Ridder News Service.