Building COM Applications with Internet Explorer

Building COM Applications with Internet Explorer

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by Jason Loveman
     
 

Build killer apps with Microsoft COM components!

  • Build and use COM components in C++, Java, or VB
  • Host your components in Internet Explorer 4 with DHTML and scripting
  • Use client-server techniques with IIS, ASP, MTS, and more
  • Practical debugging techniques for COM objects and scripts
  • Top ten tips(and "Stupid Windows

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Overview

Build killer apps with Microsoft COM components!

  • Build and use COM components in C++, Java, or VB
  • Host your components in Internet Explorer 4 with DHTML and scripting
  • Use client-server techniques with IIS, ASP, MTS, and more
  • Practical debugging techniques for COM objects and scripts
  • Top ten tips(and "Stupid Windows Tricks" to avoid at all costs!
  • Value-packed CD-ROM! IE 4.01 and Author's Toolkit, ADO and OLE DB, Microsoft SDK for Java, and more!

Anything you can build in Windows, you can build better and faster with components hosted on Microsoft's Internet Explorer. Want proof? Get Jason Loveman's Building COM Applications with Internet Explorer, the complete developer's guide to Microsoft component development.

Take an in-depth look at the Component Object Model (COM)(the "plumbing" that makes Windows component development possible. Build your own COM objects using ATL, Java, or VB(and make the most of the "free" controls already built into Windows and IE4. Bring your controls to life with DHTML, VBScript, and JScript to build complete applications hosted in IE. Build HTML pages that automatically "install" your applications.

Finally, Loveman tours all your distributed programming options, from IIS to MTS and RMI. By the time you're done, you'll be ready to choose the fastest, most efficient solution for your application.

Web-based component apps are your future. Get started, or expand your skills now(with Building COM Applications with Internet Explorer.

You get an awesome CD-ROM brimming with 100% free component technology: Microsoft's IE 4.01 and Author's Toolkit, HTML Help Workshop,Windows Scripting Host, and Microsoft SDK for Java.

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Teaches how to combine and integrate multiple technologies to design and build component based applications using Internet Explorer (or its browser component) as a front end. Technologies involved include Java, C++, ATL, MFC, HTML, DHTML, COM, VBScript, and JavaScript. For those with some knowledge of some of these technologies. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780130819093
Publisher:
Simon & Schuster Adult Publishing Group
Publication date:
11/16/1998
Series:
Prentice Hall Microsoft Technology Series
Edition description:
Book & CD ROM
Pages:
476
Product dimensions:
7.06(w) x 9.21(h) x 1.47(d)

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