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Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP) is one of the fastest growing programming segments for Web applications and e-commerce. This book servers our vast beginner audience. Great for developers regardless of experience—combines core coverage with real-world applications. Unique "learn by doing" pedagogy,not just theory as with competing books.

Learn the fundamentals of ASP programming by following the steps and examples in this easy-to-use guide.

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Overview

Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP) is one of the fastest growing programming segments for Web applications and e-commerce. This book servers our vast beginner audience. Great for developers regardless of experience—combines core coverage with real-world applications. Unique "learn by doing" pedagogy,not just theory as with competing books.

Learn the fundamentals of ASP programming by following the steps and examples in this easy-to-use guide.

Through tutorials and hands-on exercises,programming instructor Dave Mercer explains the fundamentals of ASP,including Web programming objectives,ASP scripting,object-oriented programming,Active Server Components and ADO,client/server applications,debugging,and security. If you want to get started programming in ASP right away here is the perfect self-paced learning solution for you.

This Beginner's guide is Designed for Easy Learning:

  • Modules - Each programming concept is divided into logical modules (chapters),ideal for linear learning
  • Goals - Each module opens with the specific programming skills you'll have by the end of the module
  • Ask the Experts - Q&A sections throughout
  • 1-Minute Drills -Quick self-assessment sections to check your progress
  • Annotated Syntax - Example code annotated with commentary that points to the particular technique illustrated
  • Projects - Coding exercises contained in each module that build on one another,from simple to complex
  • Mastery checks - End-of-module reviews that test proficiency using multiple-choice,fill-in-the-blank,and simple coding questions
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072127416
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 1/1/2000
  • Pages: 548
  • Product dimensions: 1.11 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 9.25 (d)

Table of Contents

The Basics of ASP Programming.
Active Server Pages - Getting Set Up.
ASP and the Web - Programming Basics.
The Request and Response Objects.
The Server Object.
The Application and Session Objects.
Active Server Components and ADO.
The Scripting Object Model and SOM Objects.
Major Active Server Components.
More Active Server Components.
ActiveX Data Objects and SQL Overview.
The ADO Connection-Related Objects.
The ADO Recordset-Related Objects.
client/Server Applications.
ASP Transactions.
ASP Collaboration and Security.
Appendixes.
A - Answers to Mastery Checks.
B - HTML 4.01.
C - JScript.
D - VBScript.
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