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by Jesse Liberty

WebClasses From Scratch download ebook
ISBN:
0789721260
ISBN13:
978-0789721266
Author:
Jesse Liberty
Publisher:
Que Pub (October 14, 1999)
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Pages:
320 pages
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1915 kb
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Rating:
4.9

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Jesse Liberty is the author of the international best seller Teach Yourself C++ In 21 Days as well as Teach Yourself C++ In 24 Hours and other books on C++ and object-oriented programming. Jesse is a former Vice President of Electronic Delivery for Citibank and was a Distinguished Software Engineer at AT&T.

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Describes how to build and maintain Web products with the help of the Distributed interNet Application (DNA) architecture and explains how to utilize Visual Basic 6, HTML, ASP, Web Classes, MTS, COM+, and SQL Server 7 within a working application. Original. (Intermediate).
Reviews:
  • Inabel
Don't be fooled by the catchy title. If you're doing any kind of enterprise level development, this book would certainly be a big waste of time. To be fair with the author, even he admits that you should be looking elsewhere for enterprise level material. This books goes in painful details like explaining what ADO is and how to setup debugging in VB etc. MTS gets one paragraph in the entire book. Session variables abound. IMHO, the Wrox Book, Professional VB6 Web Programming is far far superior. I am getting my money back on this one. Stay away.
  • Yojin
We all know how difficult it is to find a book that is truly worthwhile. I have purchased several books on different but related topics and have been trying to synthesize the information into practical steps for a project I am working on.
Then along comes Jesse's book *Webclasses from Scratch* ! Jesse demonstrates how to use VB6, webclasses, SQL,ASP,ADO, and Javascript to produce a web-enabled database application.
I had become frustrated with getting my replacement tags to process properly. I even called Microsoft for help and the tech gave me an answer that did not work... I now see the one key element that was missing and my development schedule is back on track.
This is the ONLY book in print that *specifically* covers webclasses and Jesse does it in his own inimitable style: he assumes you are a novice VB programmer and takes it from there.
I think this is a 5 star book because it covers exactly what the title says, the example is fully functional and useful, and the style makes it very easy reading while teaching you what you want to know. Most importantly because the author demonstrates how the various technologies available to the modern VB programmer can be combined to accomplish a task.
Thank you Jesse, and I encourage you to write another one so you can cover things like how to handle rollbacks with or without MTS.
  • Kirinaya
My first review of this book has been deleted, probably by the publishers clicking that it was not helpful. It is distressing to see all glowing reviews of this book because it is loaded with technical errors, bad programming practices, and ultimately you would be better off just working through the Support sample that comes with VB and have about as much information. The writing of the book is obtuse and laden with references to the fact that the author is really a C++ programmer. He really doesn't need to point that out because a VB programmer wouldn't write code this way anyway. Some outstanding errors are his use of ODBC to access the database is very passe, use ADO instead. His storing all the form variables in session variables is a real performance killer and should not be used in a site that needs to scale. Finally the code is riddled with errors that make it unrunnable. Considering that VB has autocomplete and will correct your errors, I'm not even sure how he managed to make them. Finally there are moments of just pure wrong, for example on page 135 the author writes "If the Then keyword is on the same line as the If keyword, then the End If keyword is not needed." Huh? You can't create an If statement in VB without the Then keyword on the same line. What he meant was if you only have a single statement on the same line you don't need End If. You also don't need this book. Get the WROX book instead. The Java 2 from Scratch book is an example of a good from Scratch books. This one you can scratch (off your list).
  • Ydely
Just as a previous reviewer(Thomas J. Raef) mentioned, I too have the VB6 Web Programming from Wrox. It truly pales in comparison to this book. It builds on one project, clearly states the task at hand, and in some cases digs a little deeper into what certain lines of code does. At this point I havent yet completed the book, but I already have more confidence that I know how to do this in my place of work.
I could go on forever, but the bottom line is I'd recommend anyone who wants to know how webclasses really work.
  • fetish
I have to give this 5 thumbs up: just for the approach if nothing else. JL points out that exhaustive tutorials do just that - exhaust. The power of this approach is that he takes you through an App that works! And his philosophy is RAD - get it working NOW, even if its wrong! I like the approach of establishing a beachhead of competence and then moving outward to more levels of competency. I just get overwhelmed by tomes that have too much detail and extent. I like working stuff NOW. This is all gut level. But the gut is where the real learning takes place, not the head. Current teaching approaches cater to the "know-it-all" mentality of the 'control geek.' So I give it 5 stars with 1 reservation: I'm going to check out Wrox VB6 Web Programming again and look Not at weight (The Wrox weighs more), not at extent (The Wrox covers much more), and not at detail (The Wrox drills down better). I am going to look at it as a companion in the dark woods of the soul, a Beatrice to my Dante who can lead me out of the Hell of the Mind into the light of wisdom. (Whew that was laying it on, but hey, my minute of fame..)
  • Xor
I like this book. It is interesting the polar opinions on it: a few hate it. ISTM that they don't understand that the book is a work of clear pedagogy. These people seem threatened by something that is well-written, almost as if it punctures their cloud of confusion..Fascinating- these reviews. <paragraph> OK - the code doesn't work under VS6 SP3 because the TagContents string (which is what gets substituted in the template for sending to the browser) gets truncated. A workaround is: 1. put <[email protected]></[email protected]> at the end of your html template file. 2. In ProcessTag event code put: Case "[email protected]" 'then on next line: TagContents = Space$(32768)
This fools faulty SP3 dll into allocating a large enough buffer.