XML Programming with VB and ASP
Mark Wilson and Tracey Wilson
  • December 1999
  • ISBN 9781884777875
  • 320 pages
  • printed in black & white
This title is out of print and no longer for sale.

Here's a book that shows you when and how to use XML from both a programming and business perspective. Laden with source code, XML Programming with VB and ASP helps you build solutions that are flexible, future-proof, and self-describing. It will help you apply XML concepts between the client and the server and the server and data objects or data services.

Finally, you have everything a VB and ASP developer needs to keep up with the explosive growth of XML.

What's Inside:

  • Gets you programming fast with over 100 easy VB and ASP code samples
  • Advanced 3-tier solutions in UML
  • Descriptions and examples for over 50 Microsoft DOM methods and properties
  • Case studies on when to use XML in your business
  • All about XSL, DTDs, namespaces, and more
  • When and how to use webclasses, data islands, and other advanced programming concepts
  • Covers Biztalk and Schemas

Translation rights for XML Programming with VB and ASP have been granted for Brazil, China, Germany, India, Japan, and Korea. If you are interested in learning where to buy this book in a language other than English, please inquire at your local bookseller.

About the book

Translation rights for XML Programming with VB and ASP have been granted for Brazil, China, Germany, India, Japan, and Korea. If you are interested in learning where to buy this book in a language other than English, please inquire at your local bookseller.

What's inside

  • Gets you programming fast with over 100 easy VB and ASP code samples
  • Advanced 3-tier solutions in UML
  • Descriptions and examples for over 50 Microsoft DOM methods and properties
  • Case studies on when to use XML in your business
  • All about XSL, DTDs, namespaces, and more
  • When and how to use webclasses, data islands, and other advanced programming concepts
  • Covers Biztalk and Schemas

About the author

Mark Wilson is the creator of the popular XML developer websites, VBXML.COM and theSpot4.com. He is currently working for a major software development company as a project manager and consultant. With his certification in Microsoft development products and experience in Visual Basic, he brings an easy blend of humour and experience to the book.

Tracey Wilson is a highly skilled XML developer whose experience in object oriented and framework projects using Visual Basic and SQL Server uniquely qualifies her to contribute to this book. Using her 3-tier architecture (with Microsoft Transaction Server) experience she has provided invaluable knowledge and source code to this book.

The authors reside in Canberra, Australia.