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by Carl Franklin

ePub Visual Basic(r) 6.0 Internet Programming download
Author:
Carl Franklin
ISBN13:
978-0471314981
ISBN:
0471314986
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Publisher:
Wiley (February 26, 1999)
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Subcategory:
Networking & Cloud Computing
ePub file:
1969 kb
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1955 kb
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Rating:
4.6
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358

This guide helps to get the job done efficiently and effectively. Fully updated to address all the new technical developments in cyberspace, the book provides fundamental knowledge of TCP/IP and Windows Sockets.

Visual Basic(r) . Internet Programming book. With the help of a series of progressively complex programming examples-complete with sample code-Carl Franklin covers all the bases, from TCP/IP basics to advanced techniques for taking full advantage of version . 's hot new Internet programming features. Step-by-step, he schools you in: VB Internet tools, techniques, and software components. Programming popular Internetprotocols with WinSock Tools. Writing server-based objects using apartment threading, the new VB object model.

Expert guidance, programming tips, and plenty of real code examples

Expert guidance, programming tips, and plenty of real code examples. Visual Basic programmers, here's your chance to quickly master the knowledge and skills you need to give your Windows and NT applications sophisticated Internet utilities, components, and applets.

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Cutting-edge software developer and leading Visual Basic columnist Carl Franklin arms you with the knowledge .

Cutting-edge software developer and leading Visual Basic columnist Carl Franklin arms you with the knowledge, skills. I am not a VB programmer myself, but this book has been very highly recommended to me by VB gurus who assert, in no uncertain terms, that you will love this book.

Visual Basic . CHAPTER 1-THE INTERNET Attack of the Buzzwords! Protocols and Data Protocol Stacks and the OSI Model TCP/IP Names and Addresses Ports Name Resolution Sockets The TCP/IP Model. CHAPTER 2-WINSOCK PROGRAMMING.

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Carl Franklin is Executive Vice President of App vNext (appvnext. He went on to write a best selling book, Visual Basic . Internet Programming with John Wiley and Sons, and then updated it to Visual Basic . Internet Programming in 1999

Carl Franklin is Executive Vice President of App vNext (appvnext. com), a software consultancy focused on Internet of Things (IoT) and New User Interface (NUI) as well as web, mobile, cloud and desktop development. Internet Programming in 1999. Carl continued to write software with a focus on audio, MIDI, sockets, and other geeky stuff.

Expert guidance, programming tips, and plenty of real code examples. Visual Basic programmers, here's your chance to quickly master the knowledge and skills you need to give your Windows and NT applications sophisticated Internet utilities, components, and applets. With the help of a series of progressively complex programming examples-complete with sample code-Carl Franklin covers all the bases, from TCP/IP basics to advanced techniques for taking full advantage of version 6.0's hot new Internet programming features. Step-by-step, he schools you in: * VB Internet tools, techniques, and software components. * Programming popular Internetprotocols with WinSock Tools. * Writing server-based objects using apartment threading, the new VB object model. * Creating IIS Applications in VB 6.0. * Using VB 6.0's powerful new compiler to quickly create super-fast programs. The CD-ROM supplies you with: * Plug-in Visual Basic networking components. * Customizable Internet client programs. * Server-side CGI tools for easy database access. * Tons of useful sample code.
  • This book is usefull if you want to spend 3x the cover price to write an internet app. The custom control that the author used is pricy. For the money you could buy a good book on winsock programming (or a set of them)!
    To the authors credit this book is a well written reference on what commands internet servers are expecting and what to expect for responses, and for that alone it deserves three stars.
    Personally, I would have prefered if the author had put the primary focus on using the controls/tools that came with VB (the winsock control is not that difficult to use), and not some third party control that will cost you extra to really use.
    If you need a reference of commands and responses and a general introduction to internet programming, this is a good book. If you are looking to publish applications then you're better off looking somewhere else.

  • That is true. When I bought this book, I thought I am going to learn *efficiently* the Visual Basic Internet Programming. But, actually, I was dissapointed as the book, generally speaking, just explains the different uses of the accompanying shareware that it has on the CD. IMHO, I think this shareware software is expensive (it is called dsSocket.OCX). So far, I finished reading the first 3 chapters and all the examples I went over, are dependent on this shareware. I believe the author should have spent more time explaining Microsoft Winsock since it is already available to WINDOWS users. I am really dissappointed with this book and I feel it is like a *cheap* way of advtertizing about the dsSocket.OCX. I do not recommend this book unless you are willing to buy the shareware. I wish that I had not spent a penny on this book. Please, BE AWARE! I wish that that the author can read my notes and use my recommendation to use Winsock in the next edition of his book.

  • I can't believe I spent $ to learn how to use Dolphin System's OCX control. Now I'd have to shell out another $100 if I want to use the OCX without the annoying splash screen. This is the worst case of fraud as you have to slip through TWENTY-FIVE pages before you're told the book is based on a third-party shareware tool.
    If you must use an OCX control, buy it from the developer directly and save yourself the $ for this book.

  • Carl Franklin has significant credentials and I expected to see a full description of WebClasses and other VB6-specific features in this book. What's there instead is a sloppy update of his VB4 book and poor to non-existent coverage of the power new features VB6 provides. Carl has gone the way of other authors who make minor changes to existing content with each new VB release. Because VB6 adds so much to internet programming that wasn't there before, this approach borders on being dishonest. Shame on you, Carl!

  • This book should be retitled "Internet Programming w/ VB 6.0 and a $200 Plug-In". When I buy a book on Visual Basic programming, I expect to learn how to program using Visual Basic, not Visual Basic and some ActiveX plug-in made by a 3rd Party vendor that I have to buy separately (for $200). Don't buy it.

  • This book does have some basic information that introduces internet protocols and their functions, however, where I feel the book was a major disappointment was that it was specifically based on a third-party control and not Microsoft's Winsock control. This approach is very unorthodoxed and a programmer expects to use the controls available within the VB6 IDE. Consequently, having to use (especially a non-registered control that is very annoying) a third-party control doesn't require a fourth-party book to show you how to use it, but to simply use the programmer's guide and their web site source code examples when purchasing the control. The bottom-line is; I would have preferred using examples straight from the WinSock (which I have now purchased another book from MS). Sorry Carl but I don't agree with your approach but still like your web site.

  • I have the book for 2 weeks and I am on page 20. Why? I'm reading another Interent programming book. Why? Well I did not buy this book to learn how to program with a control. While you are reading let me plug a control (free of charge) - Socket Tools by Catalyst. Why? It will talk (FTP) to an Unix box. Unfortunately other controls will only admit that there is something at the other end, no interaction. I must say that the author's description of the book on this site is very different from the one that was here last week. That one was very belligerent and adversarial. And if I had read that description before buying the book, well, I wouldn't have. I hope that it will redeem itself as a reference book in the future. Why? It's collecting dust.

  • I won't have problem when I am reading a journal, but reading a book about what an ocx can do ! give me a break. With due regards to the author, I would take a pass on this type of book. I was about to send this book abroad, simple winsock codes puzzled me and changed my mind returned this book with grace. I could not rate this book at all, as it is all about dssock.ocx, no use to my group.To pass this screen I chose one star.