Windows 2000 Web Applications Developer's Guide
Now, there's a single source for developers and managers who need to deliver robust, standards-compliant Web applications with Microsoft's latest technologies -- including Windows 2000 and Internet Information Server 5.0. From start to finish, Thomas Yager offers practical, objective guidance every enterprise Web developer and manager needs now. Coverage includes: How to match hardware to application needs; defining multi-tier architectures; planning for browser compatibility; and building a development environment. Yager covers every key Microsoft technology, including Windows 2000, Internet Information Server 5, Visual InterDev 6, ASP, the not-yet-released SQL Server 2000, COM, ActiveX, and ADO -- as well as external standards such as XML, DHTML, and Java. He offers objective advice on integrating third-party technologies, showing how to build 100% standards-compliant Web applications that maximize flexibility for years to come. Succinct, objective, and thorough, Windows 2000 Web Applications Developers Guide is the only guide Windows Web developers and managers need.
- Paperback | 613 pages
- 178 x 232 x 44mm | 1,238.3g
- 01 May 2000
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
- w. figs.
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About Thomas Yager
THOMAS YAGER is a Senior Analyst for InfoWorld magazine. Prior to joining InfoWorld, he was instrumental in the design and development of several large-scale, commercial Web and Internet-enabled applications. Thomas has written hundreds of articles for prominent computer magazines, and he has published two computer technology books in addition to this one.