This detailed reference contains all the information Web developers need to create effective ASP applications. Focuses on how features are used in a real application and highlights little-known or undocumented aspects.
ASP language fundamentals, server- and client-side scripting, ASP object model, cookies, error handling, scripting objects, recordsets, transactions and COM+, XML introduction, ADO object model, and VBScript reference.
The first few chapters are a generic introduction to VBScript for non-programmers. The middle portion of the book introduces the reader to components, objects, the structure of an Active Server Page (ASP) application, and database access.
This title explains the theory and practice of using ADO with ASP by presenting numerous examples, exercises, lists of common errors and quizzes. The emphasis is on the authors’ proven teaching techniques and real world scenarios.
Takes novice Web programmers through the process of planning, designing, and building a Web site using ASP. Topics include VBScript, connecting to databases, HTML forms, using cookies, building an auction system, and building an electronic storefront.
Eight modules to build your foundation for using Microsoft's ASP on Internet Information Server 4.0. Shows how to build simple Server Side logic by providing database information on your site all the way up to using your own custom ActiveX components.
If you're familiar with HTML and would like to go beyond the static page to the world of the Web Application then this is the book for you. You'll learn ASP, VB Script basics, basic SQL, ADO, and COM+. CD includes code and 90 trial of Visual InterDev 6.
The entire contents of Beginning Active Server Pages 3.0 from WROX Press is available in a wiki. This book will help you learn how to use ASP effectively to handle and transfer the information that you need for your web page.
If you're new to Web development this is a good place to start learning how to program with Active Server Pages (ASPs). In this accessible and clearly written text, the authors do a fine job of presenting the basics of using ASPs in digestible increments.