Active Server Pages Bible

Active Server Pages Bible

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If Active Server Pages can do it, you can do it too This comprehensive programming reference gives you everything you need to build dynamic Web sites using Active Server Pages. Step-by-step tutorials and code examples from expert developer Eric Smith cover everything you need to know, from HTML essentials to building a real-world discussion forum. Web-tested ASP solutions plus tables and lists make this your ultimate in-the-trenches companion. Inside, you'll find complete coverage of all versions through Active Server Pages 3. 0Get complete coverage of ASP for Internet Information Server 3, 4, and 5Build dynamic Web pages on the fly using ASP, HTML, ActiveX, and simple scripting languagesLearn how ASP pages can draw power from databases and servers to create powerful applicationsGain insight into common design, security and error-handling issues for pages, sites, and multi-tier applicationsAdd to your ASP toolkit with Visual Basic classes, Active X Data objects, and COM componentsRefer to handy lists and tables of HTML tags, scripting language keywords and syntax, and ASP interfacesUse the code samples included to build a product catalog, discussion board, and morewww idgbooks. comshow more

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  • Mixed media product | 792 pages
  • 190.5 x 233.68 x 48.26mm | 1,315.41g
  • John Wiley & Sons Inc
  • Hungry Minds Inc,U.S.
  • Foster City, United States
  • English
  • tables
  • 076454599X
  • 9780764545993

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If Active Server Pages can do it, you can do it too ... This comprehensive programming reference gives you everything you need to build dynamic Web sites using Active Server Pages. Step-by-step tutorials and code examples from expert developer Eric Smith cover everything you need to know, from HTML essentials to building a real-world discussion forum. Web-tested ASP solutions plus tables and lists make this your ultimate in-the-trenches companion. Inside, you'll find complete coverage of all versions through Active Server Pages 3.0Get complete coverage of ASP for Internet Information Server 3, 4, and 5Build dynamic Web pages on the fly using ASP, HTML, ActiveX, and simple scripting languagesLearn how ASP pages can draw power from databases and servers to create powerful applicationsGain insight into common design, security and error-handling issues for pages, sites, and multi-tier applicationsAdd to your ASP toolkit with Visual Basic classes, Active X Data objects, and COM componentsRefer to handy lists and tables of HTML tags, scripting language keywords and syntax, and ASP interfacesUse the code samples included to build a product catalog, discussion board, and morewww.idgbooks.comshow more

Table of contents

Preface. Acknowledgments. PART I: Language Tools. Chapter 1: HTML Essentials. Chapter 2: VBScript Language Elements. Chapter 3: VBScript Functions and Objects. PART II: ASP Concepts. Chapter 4: Using Server-Side Includes. Chapter 5: Using the Request Object. Chapter 6: Using the Response Object. Chapter 7: Using Cookies. Chapter 8: Using the Application, Session, and Server Objects. Chapter 9: Error Handling. PART III: Integrating with Databases. Chapter 10: Active Data Objects Essentials. Chapter 11: Creating a Data Browser. Chapter 12: Adding Data Entry Features. Chapter 13: Enhancing the Data Browser. Chapter 14: Advanced Database Integration. PART IV: Integrating with Other Tools. Chapter 15: Integrating with Index Server. Chapter 16: Using Classes in Visual Basic. Chapter 17: Using WebClasses. Chapter 18: Integrating with Microsoft Transaction Server. PART V: Building a Real-World Application. Chapter 19: Creating a Discussion Forum. Appendix A: Setting Up your Development Environment. Appendix B: HTML Reference. Appendix C: VBScript Reference. Appendix D: Object Reference. Appendix E: What's New in ASP 3.0. Index.show more

About Eric Smith

About the Author Eric A. Smith is an independent consultant who lives in the Washington, D.C. area. He is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer and works extensively in both Web and traditional client/server environments. He has written, edited, or contributed to eight books in the Visual Basic and Web markets. Mr. Smith is also the owner of both the VB Techniques Web site (http://vbtechniques.com) and the ASP Techniques Web site (http://asptechniques.com). These sites are used to provide 'service after the sale' to his readers. You can get updated code and related articles for all of his books at these sites. He is also the creator of inquiry.coms Ask the VB Pro site, now part of Fawcette Technical Publications. Mr. Smith is active at his church and is a volunteer Emergency Medical Technician for the Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department. If youd like to contact him with questions about the book, you can reach him via e-mail at aspbib1e@ asptechniques.com.show more

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