1. Book Review: "World Wide Web Journal: Key Specifications of WWW"
"World Wide Web Journal: Key Specifications of the World Wide Web", Connolly,
1996, 1-56592-190-9, U$24.95/C$35.95
%A Tim Berners-Lee et al
%C 103 Morris Street, Suite A, Sebastopol, CA 95472
%E Dan Connolly
%G ISBN 1-56592-190-9, ISSN 1085-2301
%I O'Reilly & Associates, Inc.
%T "World Wide Web Journal: Key Specifications of the World Wide Web"
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is developing a partnership
between industry and academic workers. The aim is to promote
development and standards research in order to facilitate the
realization of the full potential of the Web. In partnership with
O'Reilly and Associates, the Consortium is producing the World Wide
Web Journal on a quarterly basis. (cf. BKW3JIS1.RVW)
This issue of the Journal gets back to basics: the specifications for
the Web and its applications. The articles are the RFCs (Requests For
Comments), Working Drafts, and reports for technical committees and
subcommittees that are pertinent to the operations of the Web.
Included are specifications and working papers for URIs (Universal
Resource Identifiers), URLs (Uniform Resource Locators), relative
URLs, HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) 1.0, PEP (the Protocol
Extension Protocol), HTML (HyperText Markup Language) 2.0, file
uploads for forms, HTML tables, internationalization, PNG (Portable
Network Graphics), style sheets, rating services and systems, and
label syntax. Some documents are the final specifications: others are
copyright Robert M. Slade, 1996 BKW3JI12.RVW 960611. Distribution
permitted in TELECOM Digest and association publications.
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