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XML Programming with VB and ASPby Mark Wilson
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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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An introduction, from a programming and business perspective, to eXtensible Markup Language (XML), which the authors feel is as important to e-commerce and data exchange as HTML is to the World Wide Web. XML use in Microsoft Internet Explorer 5, Microsoft Visual Interdev, and Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 applications is the focus of the discussion.
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This book is an introduction to XML for both beginner and intermediate Visual Basic and Active Server Page developers with over 50 pages of example code. It provides a best-practices approach to VB development and explains 3-tier concepts and UML. Also discussed are business-focused reasons for implementing XML within a company and on Web sites. 30 line drawings, 25 tables, and 15 screen shots included.
An introduction to XML for beginner and intermediate Visual Basic and Active Server Pages developers. The text provides a best-practices approach to VB development and easy-to-understand reasons and business rationale to implementing XML within a company and on their websites.
About the Author
Wilson is a VB and SQL Server consultant specializing in 3-tier development architectures.
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