XML Programming with VB and ASP

XML Programming with VB and ASP

by Mark Wilson, Tracey Wilson
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XML Programming with VB and ASP by Mark Wilson, Tracey Wilson

An introduction to XML for both beginner and intermediate VB and ASP developers featuring over 50 pages of example code and a best-practices approach to XML on the Web and in 3-tier development.

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ISBN-13: 9781884777875
Publisher: Manning Publications Company
Publication date: 12/01/1999
Pages: 250
Product dimensions: 7.40(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.68(d)

About the Author

Wilson is a VB and SQL Server consultant specializing in 3-tier development architectures.

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XML Programming with VB and ASP 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hello! This is one of our recomended books for SiteAdmin WDK developers. It's can be very useful for you if you dont have any idea what is XML is and how to use it with ASP. Can't say, that explaining you everything, but after reading this book, you can get really no bad base.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book does need proof reading. There were many errors and duplicate sentences consectutively. It is just a very difficult book to understand and was obviously quickly and poorly written. A technical book is already technical and difficult to understand, the author does not have to contribute to the confusion.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I found this book explained the concepts and practicalties of XML very clearly. It also established how XML fits in with my existing knowledge of VB & ASP. If you're looking for an easy path into using XML with VB & ASP then I'd thoroughly recommend this book
Guest More than 1 year ago
Excellent layout, allows me to understand dtd's, xml, xsl as it applies to my visual basic program while allowing me to get caught up on the latest technologly. thanks............. p.s Tracey, Thank's for the info in the email it's not often you get a detailed email w/ example. We could have wrote a book on the subj alone , but now we have a road map to go by, thanks to you and your book!!!.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I'd like to commend the authors of this book for penning one of the first programming manuals I've picked up that has kept my attention for more than a few chapters. The material is presented in much the same way one programmer might actually address another programmer... friendly, to the point, clear and helpful. The code samples in the book are well chosen and useful illustrations of how to apply the procedures being discussed to real world projects. I tire quickly of the lofty jargon-ridden tomes that some people seem impressed by...and in spite of some relatively minor proof-reading issues, this book is like a breath of fresh air in it's approach.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have never returned a book because I was disappointed, until now. This book needs a better proofreading, I found 5 glaring errors in the first 15 pages, there were more but I stopped looking. Acronyms and technical items are used with no previous introductory remarks or definitions. The subject matter is splattered all over the map, there is very little cohesion in thoughts and concepts. When several possible solutions are presented, DTD vs. stylesheets vs XSL for example, not enough information is given to help the reader understand which solution is best for them. All in all a very disappointing purchase.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Finally! - Someone has written an XML book that is simple enough for a budding XML developer to understand. The authors use excellent, easy to understand examples that really sparked my imagination into thinking about ways I can use XML in my own work to create really powerful applications and pages! The real beauty of this book is the longevity factor, though. As a reference resource it will stay on my shelf for a long time, not only as a source of specs but as a troubleshooting aid and idea farm. Excellent job, guys.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book is definitely my favorite book on XML (I own enough XML books to open an XML Bookstore). The first thing that impresed me was that the book had great content, including code examples that are immediately applicable to real-world websites. The second, and most refreshing, aspect of this book is that it is not full of 'filler' like XML specifications and XML sytax definitions that you can find anywhere and just take up space in many books. Overall, it is just a book that reads very easily and contains content that you can learn and use immediately.
Guest More than 1 year ago
'XML Programming with VB and ASP' by Mark and Trace Wilson gets immediately to the cutting-edge-developer's need by providing examples and explanations in a very understandable format. This book finally brought the XML revolution into focus, and brought immediate closure to the cloud of details I've been trying to juggle from a dozen different 'Partial sources'.