Migrating to Windows 95
This text examines what is new to Windows 95, such as clinet-server communications, threading and multithreading, and 32-bit graphics. It also illustrates how these features can be used most effectively. The accompanying disk includes a source code for applications using the new features of Windows 95. There is a chapter on the Windows Sockets API, enabling the reader to write applications to access the Internet. Other features include compatability with 16-bit MS-DOS and Windows programs, and built-in support for networking protocols such as NetBEUI and TCP/IP.
- Mixed media product | 650 pages
- 188 x 230 x 33mm | 1,125g
- 01 Jan 1996
- ELSEVIER SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
- Ap Professional
- Oxford, United Kingdom
Table of contents
An Introduction to What's New. Tips and Tricks for Programming the New Features. Compiling with Borland C++ Version 4.0 and Microsoft Visual C++. Windows 95 and Dlls. Threading and Multithreading. Asynchronous I/O. Using the Windows 95 Network API. A Sample API: Window Sockets. The Latest in 32-Bit Graphics and Animation Techniques. Round Up.. Any Questions?