Sams Teach Yourself ATL Programming in 21 Days

Sams Teach Yourself ATL Programming in 21 Days

by Kenn Scribner, Kennard Scribner
     
 

Sams Teach Yourself ATL Programming in 21 Days quickly empowers you to create your own small, fast COM components quickly and easily using the Active Template Library. Written by a professional developer who applies ATL in his everyday development, the book provides guidance and direction, leading you through a progression of topics that begin with the basic… See more details below

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Sams Teach Yourself ATL Programming in 21 Days quickly empowers you to create your own small, fast COM components quickly and easily using the Active Template Library. Written by a professional developer who applies ATL in his everyday development, the book provides guidance and direction, leading you through a progression of topics that begin with the basic building blocks of COM programming, and ending with in-depth discussions of the more commonly used features of the Active Template Library. Topics include creating your first ATL COM object, understanding the ATL architecture, using the ATL app wizard, working with ATL helper classes, handling ATL errors, using C++ templates, using multithreading, creating ATL applications, automation with ATL, combining ATL and OLE dB for database access, and using ATL with MTS (transactions).

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Booknews
Suitable for the intermediate level C++ programmer with plenty of Windows programming background, this text provides a tutorial in ATL (Active Template Library), beginning the first week with ATL fundamentals and the creation of ATL components end ending the third week with the new tools and features of ATL programming. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780672318672
Publisher:
Sams
Publication date:
02/16/2000
Series:
Sams Teach Yourself Series
Pages:
647
Product dimensions:
6.46(w) x 11.62(h) x 1.43(d)

Meet the Author

Kennard Scribner is a senior systems programmer with the world's largest supplier of information services for the legal industry, where he uses Visual C++ and ATL to develop custom applications that are marketed in more than 60 countries. In addition, he is the founder and President of The EnduraSoft Corporation, a software company specializing in the creation of custom components. Kenn writes the “Windows Programming” column for “TechTalk” , the newsletter of the Small Computer Book Club and acts as a Windows programming technical reviewer for several publishers. Kenn is the co-author of MFC Programming with Visual C++6 Unleashed, and contributed to Sams Teach Yourself DirectX 7 in 24 Hours.

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