Visual Basic Annotated Archives

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Build up your arsenal of VB programming techniques Tap thousands of scripts,code snippets,and programs from an all-in-one resource! Focusing on advanced VB topics such as Windows API,subclassing,ActiveX and Internet programming,and transaction processing development,JungAEs Visual Basic Annotated Archives shares code examples for using VB in real-world situations. All code elements are annotated so you can easily customize them for your own needs. This easy-to-follow resource and accompanying CD-ROM come loaded ...
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Overview

Build up your arsenal of VB programming techniques Tap thousands of scripts,code snippets,and programs from an all-in-one resource! Focusing on advanced VB topics such as Windows API,subclassing,ActiveX and Internet programming,and transaction processing development,JungAEs Visual Basic Annotated Archives shares code examples for using VB in real-world situations. All code elements are annotated so you can easily customize them for your own needs. This easy-to-follow resource and accompanying CD-ROM come loaded with expert techniques and ready-to-use programs for:

*Win32API

*The Registry

*ADO o*Internet Components

*Building COM Objects

*MTS and MSMQ

Packed with expert techniques for Visual Basic 6 Programmers. This is the most innovative VB programming tool ever created. Unique in its focus on advanced programming concepts,Visual Basic Annotated Archives explains how to extend and transcend the built-in limitations of Visual Basic using the Win32 API and subclassing. It also provides extensive coverage of cutting-edge programming techniques for using ADO 2. 0,Dynamic HTML,Web Classes,and the Microsoft Transaction Server and Messaging Queue. All aspects of application development,including the user interface,business objects,COM objects,and programming for the Internet are thoroughly covered. The books code components are ready-to-use for development of high-performance applications for the Internet,intranet,and client/server environments,and the detailed expert annotations enable you to customize the code components to fit your needs. A valuable CD-ROM containing all of the book's source code and applications is also included. Visual Basic AnnotatedArchives is a unique and dynamic resource you'll use time and time again.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780078825026
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional
  • Publication date: 1/28/1999
  • Series: Annotated Archives Series
  • Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 800
  • Product dimensions: 7.28 (w) x 9.01 (h) x 1.67 (d)

Table of Contents

Part I: User Interface.
Getting Control of Your Form.
Mouse Magic with Your Form.
Customizing the System Menu.
Menu Magic.
Toolbars.
Combo and List Boxes.
ActiveX Controls.
Part II: Business Objects.
The Windows Registry.
Database Connectivity.
Manipulating Strings.
Manipulating Drives and Files.
ActiveX Servers.
Automation Using VBA-Compliant Applicatiions.
Part III: The Internet and Distributed Computing.
Internet Components.
Integration with Microsoft Transaction Server and MSMQ.
Appendices:
A: Windows API and Subclassing.
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