Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Programming Distributed Applications With Com & Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0

Ted Pattison, Programming Distributed Applications With Com & Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0
Microsoft Press | ISBN: 1572319615 | 1998 | CHM | 314 pages | 2.41 MB

In order to create scalable, distributed objects with Visual Basic, a programmer must understand the underlying architecture and complexities of Microsoft's Component Object Model (COM)-information that until now has been primarily available in resources aimed at the C++ programmer. Programming Distributed Applications With Com and Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 teaches COM fundamentals in language Visual Basic programmers understand, and explains how to exploit the significant COM-based capabilities in Visual Basic 6.0. Businesses that can leverage existing VB proficiency to develop business objects in the middle tier can realize tremendous gains in their enterprise development strategy.



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