Using Microsoft Visual Studio

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"Using Visual Studio 97, Special Edition" is a complete reference and tutorial for developers who want to learn the new tools and features of this programming suite. The CD-ROM includes a Developer Library with reference works such as SEI ISAPI, plus all the code and applications from the book.

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Contents

Introduction
1
Application Development with Visual Studio
3
An Inside Look at Visual Studio 97
11
Using Visual Studio to Create Applications
31
Creating DatabaseAware Applications with Visual Studio
55
Designer
66
An Inside Look at Active Server Pages and Internet Information
85
From Here
86
The Active Platform
364
Installing Active Server Pages
370
Active Server Scripting
383
Developing Active Content with Visual InterDev
389
Advanced Visual InterDev Concepts
421
Visual InterDev DesignTime Controls
442
Visual InterDev DesignTime Controls
449
ServerSide Programming in an Inet Environment
467

Creating Controls and Components for Reuse
87
Using Microsofts Object Technologies
89
ObjectOriented Versus Procedural Programming
97
Object Technologies Today
107
Creating COM Objects
115
From Here
129
Creating ActiveX Components with Visual Basic
131
The TimeSheet
149
Creating Components with Visual C++
173
Implementing Components with ATL
212
From Here
220
Creating Components with Visual J++
221
Using ActiveX Client Components in an Inet Environment
239
Using ActiveX Components in a ClientServer Environment
253
Developing Internet Intranet and Extranet Applications
291
WebBased Applications
293
An Inside Look at WebBased Applications
313
From Here
331
Creating Web BrowserBased Applications with Visual Basic
333
From Here
362
An Inside Look at Active Server Pages and Internet Information Server
363
Dynamic HTML
487
Accessing Document Content
501
From Here
523
Enabling Existing Applications for Inet Environments
525
Migrating a Standard VB Application
540
Developing Scalable Distributed Applications
547
Design Strategies for Distributed Applications
549
The Services Paradigm
557
Designing a Distributed Application
566
From Here
573
Creating Distributed Applications
575
Building Client Front Ends with Visual Basic and RDO
603
Building Client Front Ends with Visual Basic and ADO
641
Deploying Distributed Applications
667
Using Microsoft Transaction Server to Enable Distributed Applications
691
System Modeling and Microsoft Visual Modeler
745
The Microsoft Repository
765
Summary
797
Index
799
Copyright

About the author (1998)

Benage is a Microsoft Certified Engineer

Mirza is a Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer

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