Visual Basic Components Sourcebook for Developers

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Ziff-Davis Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Computers - 430 pages
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This comprehensive directory - written by a developer for developers - catalogs and reviews hundreds of Visual Basic components from shareware to shrink-wrap. Each listing in Visual Basic Components Sourcebook for Developers gives you the information you need to pick the right component - a description of the component's features, an objective review, detailed contact information, and code examples that show how to implement the component. Author Jeffrey McManus has loaded and run each of the reviewed components, eliminating the guesswork for you! Hyperlinked versions of each listing are on the accompanying CD-ROM, along with the source code and two Web-ready browser packages.

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Contents

Animation
1
Drawing
20
Labels and Text Display
34
Copyright

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Jeffrey P. McManus is a developer and speaker specializing in Microsoft tools. As a developer, he has specialized in online application development using Internet and client-server technologies. He is the author of four books including the best-selling Database Access with Visual Basic 6. Jeffrey regularly speaks at the VBITS/VSLive, European DevWeek, and VBConnections conferences.

Chris Kinsman has been responsible for several high-traffic sites based entirely on Microsoft tools, including serving as Vice President of Technology at DevX.com. Chris also spent 10 years consulting with Fortune 500 companies worldwide to solve their needs by utilizing a variety of Microsoft Visual Studio and Back Office technologies. Chris regularly speaks at the VBITS/VSLive, Web Builder, and SQL2TheMax conferences.
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