by James Conard, Patrick Dengler, Brian Francis, Jay Glynn, Burton Harvey, Billy Hollis, Rama Ramachandran, John Schenken, Scott Short, Chris Ullman, Wrox
Introducing .NET provides a guide to the emerging set of technologies and standards that will be a part of the Microsoft .NET platform. Ideal for any programmer (or IT manager) who works with Windows, this title gives a worthwhile preview of a compelling set of technologies and of new ways to program for the Internet.
The second edition of ASP in a Nutshell gives developers of Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP) a quick reference guide for looking up object usage on a dime. This guide is geared toward working ASP programmers who need to get their answers quickly, without wading through long examples. The book is organized into three parts: an introduction to ASP, a language reference, and appendices. This edition has been updated for IIS 5.0 and ASP 3.
by Alex Homer, David Sussman, Richard Anderson, Robert Howard, Wrox
Microsoft's new Active Server Pages+ (ASP+) standard promises a lot more for Web developers who work on the Windows platform. <I>A Preview of Active Server Pages+</I> surveys the new features and APIs that you'll need to know to develop effectively with ASP+. Stressing practical e-commerce examples, this book will be a welcome resource to anyone who programs in ASP already and wants a look at what's next from Microsoft.<p> This text gives you an excellent comparison of the old ASP with the