This book has been written for the diverse audience, who has strong intrinsic approach to develop digital library software based on simple open source environment. The present work offers a preliminary approach to develop digital library software on LAMP architecture. Such an effort to develop a digital library based on LAMP architecture makes it possible to easily integrate with any software which uses LAMP architecture and requires a few basic modules of digital library to be incorporated. The book includes initial studies of functions of open source digital library software. The book also includes integration of MySQL, PHP with HTML/CSS. It is implemented using LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, and PHP/Perl/Python) architecture on Ubuntu operating system. The programming files and source code also included in the Appendix part of the book, which gives insight to develop simple digital library software. Although all the standard functions which lies in various digital library software is not included but an effort is made to incorporate basic functionality such as cataloging, searching, browsing , modification/deletion and adding full text.
In today's the electronic libraries are being created for diverse communities and in the different fields , in which large numbers of users are distributed geographically can access the contents of large and diverse repositories of electronic objects such as ,images ,audio and video. In this book MySQL database and php is used to design the web site of special university and the electronic library is upload as a part of this web site ,this electronic library specified for the students of this university only and They can accessed it from anywhere at any time via internet through web browser.This electronic library take an important role in E-learning to simplify many thing to the students .This work is designed by using various programming languages such HTML, CSS for the design of E-library Graphical User Interfaces (GUI), PHP as a server side scripting language and MySQL Database a Relational Database Management system (RDMS) to build the database of the designed E-library System.
"Knowledge is power", and the power house of knowledge is the library. Technology has pervaded all spheres of human activities, including library services. An organised library is a must in institutions of learning at all levels. Thus, in this age of technology, automating library services becomes the way to go. So, using Office Technology and Management Department as case study, this work developed a computer-based one-stop-shop, library information system that is user-friendly for proper inventory of library resources. Following observations, interviews and review of existing documentation, the Structured System Analysis Design (SSADM) and Knowledge Engineering Methodologies were used for problem analysis and design. Unified Modeling Language was used for the design, with underlying database interface using CSS and HTML and a back-end PHP framework. This system would ensure improved services for libraries due to better storage and retrieval. This work should especially pique the interest of institutions of learning, software programmers, library managers, information technologists and indeed all individual book lovers who own or intend to own private libraries.
In this book, a developed and implemented VSAT monitoring system has been illustrated, which consists of a client program that runs on the host PC (Linux Fedora core3), and a server program that runs on the targeted VSAT router, the iDirect 3000 series - with ARM (Advanced RISC Machine) processor. Both programs are Linux applications implemented in C/C++ using GCC (GNU Compiler Collection) and cross compiler. The cross compiler was built in the host to after-testing a compatible combination of glibc (GNU C library), binutils (binary utilities), kernel version and GCC itself. The server program monitors the bandwidth usage, keeps a history of (download and upload) rates and modem activities such as BER (Bit Error Rate), memory, disk usage, and the uptime. It sends the monitored data via TPC/IP network using secure shell protocol (SSH) and secure copy (SCP) to an Apache web server. The web server on the host displays the results as charts and numbers using hypertext preprocessor (PHP) to the network administrator.
This concise and accessible textbook will enable readers to quickly develop the working skills necessary to solve computational problems in a server-based environment, using HTML and PHP. The importance of learning by example (as opposed to simply learning by copying) is emphasized through extensive use of hands-on exercises and examples, with a specific focus on useful science and engineering applications. The clearly-written text is designed to be simple to follow for the novice student, without requiring any background in programming or mathematics beyond algebra.Topics and features: describes the creation of HTML pages and the characteristics of HTML documents, showing how to use HTML tables, forms, lists, and frames to organize documents for use with PHP applications, explains how to set up a PHP environment, using a local or remote server, introduces the capabilities and syntax of the PHP language, including coverage of array syntax and use, examines user-defined functions in programming, summarizing PHP functions for reading and writing files, viewing the content of variables, and manipulating strings, reviews the PHP GD graphics library, presenting applications for creating pie charts, bar graphs, and line graphs suitable for displaying scientific data, includes appendices listing HTML and ASCII special characters, and highlighting the essential basic strategies for solving computational problems.Supplying all of the tools necessary to begin coding in HTML and PHP, this invaluable textbook is ideal for undergraduate students taking introductory courses in programming. The book will also serve as a helpful self-study text for professionals in any technical field.