Titre : Networking for DUMMIES
Nombre de page :435
Auteur : Doug Lowe
Inside this book, you find chapters arranged in six parts. Each chapter breaks down into sections that cover various aspects of the chapter’s main subject.
The chapters are in a logical sequence, so reading them in order (if you want to read the whole thing) makes sense. But the book is modular enough that you can pick it up and start reading at any point.
Here’s the lowdown on what’s in each of the six parts.
Part I: Getting Started with Networking The chapters in this part present a layperson’s introduction to what networking
is all about. This is a good place to start if you’re clueless about what a network is and why you’re suddenly expected to use one. It’s also a great place to start if you’re a hapless network user who doesn’t give a whit about “optimizing network performance,” but you want to know what the network is and how to get the most out of it.
Description: Building Flash Web Sites For Dummies is split into five parts. You don’t have to read the book sequentially, and you don’t even have to read all the sections in any particular chapter. You can use the Table of Contents and the Index to find the information you need and quickly get your answer. In this section, I briefly describe what you’ll find in each part.
Part I: Building the Perfect Beast
In this part, I present information on how to plan your Flash Web site prior to building it. I show you several things you should consider prior to building the site, as well as techniques for working with clients. I show you how to create a mock-up for your client and how to begin gathering assets for your Web site before