ISBN 9780074636664,Visual Basic 6: The Complete Reference

Visual Basic 6: The Complete Reference



Tata McGraw - Hill Education

Publication Year 1999

ISBN 9780074636664

ISBN-10 0074636669


Number of Pages 816 Pages
Language (English)

Programming languages

Design and implement powerful enterprise applications in a RAD environment with today's #1 visual programming tool. Visual Basic 6: The Complete Reference provides authoritative coverage of every VB feature and topic-from the enhanced development environment to ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) to Internet programming. Learn all about the new features of VB 6, such as the optimized native-code compiler, support for Dynamic HTML, and the WebClass designer, all of which reduce the amount of time and code it takes to create mission-critical client/server, intranet, and Internet applications. Complete with a bonus CD-ROM featuring ready-to-use VB applications, this comprehensive reference is the only tool you need to master VB6.

Inside, you'll find out how to:

Navigate the Visual Basic Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
Create powerful, reusable data access components for use across multiple projects
Drag-and-drop custom data-bound controls to create forms and reports with the new Data Report designer
Build leading-edge Internet applications with the new DHTML and IIS application technology
Use the new Visual Database tools, data access options, and SQL to create and manage relational databases
Access enterprise data sources through ODBC, OLE DB, and ADO 2.0
Build and deploy ActiveX controls and documents
Master Win32 API programming and N-tier client/server design
Create server-side applications that are easily accessible from any Web browser
About the Author
Noel Jerke is the Senior Vice President of Operations for Judd's OnLine, Inc. in Winchester, Virgina. The author of several books on Visual Basic, Jerke is an experienced technology manager and has a strong background in corporate development, e-commerce, and Internet Technologies. Jerke received a B.S. degree in Computer Science and Economics from Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas.