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Visual Basic .NET and XML: Harness the Power of XML in VB.NET Applications download epub

by Brian Hochgurtel,Rod Stephens


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Ramp up your enterprise V. ET applications with XML! Microsoft envisions a future where the Web will host . Rod Stephens is my ground breaker. Here, lately, I have used him to trail blaze the basic and not so basic functionality of Visual Basic.

Ramp up your enterprise V. ET applications with XML! Microsoft envisions a future where the Web will host millions of distributed applications all communicating via XML. Data packaged in XML will flow to and from databases, between applications, and directly to the browser. With the release of Visual Basic. I have been programming over forty years and I am retired and still going at it. So much to know and so little time.

He hosts ww. b-helper. BRIAN HOCHGURTEL is a software development engineer for Rogue Wave Software. His current project involves implementing the servlet standard in C++.

With the release of Visual Basic. This tight integration means that VB programmers can load, manipulate, and save XML data faster and more easily than ever before. With real-world and fully functional examples, Rod Stephens and Brian Hochgurtel walk you step-by-step through how to take advantage of XML in all aspects of enterprise V. ET development. Print version record. 1 online resource (xxiv, 503 pages)

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NET and XML : Harness the Power of XML in V. by Brian Hochgurtel and Rod Stephens.

Microsoft envisions a future where the Web will host millions of distributed applications all communicating via XML.

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Visual Basic. The ease and potential power of XML has quickly put it on the radar screens of enterprise programmers since it first emerged as a standard. Now that Microsoft has fully embraced XML as an essential and integral part of their. NET platform, VB programmers and developers must not only understand XML, but also be able to use it in their enterprise applications.

NET plan to fully integrate the Internet into distributed computing. By using real-world and fully-functional examples, this book quickly brings Visual Basic programmers and developers up to speed on XML for enterprise application development

Rod Stephens, Brian Hochgurtel.

Rod Stephens, Brian Hochgurtel. NET plan to fully integrate the Internet into distributed computing. By using real-world and fully-functional examples, this book quickly brings Visual Basic programmers and developers up to speed on XML for enterprise application development

An accessible and step-by-step approach to using VB.NET and XML enterprise application development

XML is a tool for interacting with, describing, and transporting data between machines across networks and across the Internet-perfectly suited for Microsoft's .NET plan to fully integrate the Internet into distributed computing. By using real-world and fully-functional examples, this book quickly brings Visual Basic programmers and developers up to speed on XML for enterprise application development. The authors include an overview of XML and how it works with VB.NET, then explain how to use it to manipulate data in distributed environments.

Companion Web site at www.vb-helper.com features the complete working code for all the examples built in the book.

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Comments: (2)

Perilanim
Rod Stephens is my ground breaker. Here, lately, I have used him to trail blaze the basic and not so basic functionality of Visual Basic. I have been programming over forty years and I am retired and still going at it. So much to know and so little time. Not enough energy, to be caught up in the bits, bytes, baud and bleeding edge of new technology.
Unless you have been under a rock for the last twenty years or so SGML (Standard, Generalized, Markup, Language) whose children include HTML, SVG, and XML have gotten a lot of ink in the computer press, with you noticing it.
Microsoft the 900 pound gorilla when finding a good place for the night, thrashes about trying to get comfortable with new technology for the evening. At bed time the little guys run for cover, when the primate starts reclining, as not too be squashed or traumatized.
Microsoft has committed to XML technology, but, to my way of thinking, not provided much in the way of guidance in using it, with one exception, the DOM.
Rod gives examples and at least two basic versions of utilization of XML and the DOM. There are a multitude of accessories that go with XML, but, it has to be accessible in order to do so. His book got me started after about an hours skimming, and about 30 minutes of pounding the keys in the IDE. Haven't looked back since. (All my disk representations are in XML.)
Microsoft's DOM and XML library are powerful and do the heavy lifting, all you have to do it provide the file specification as a parameter and then grab the data off the correct tree node provided. Microsoft performs the access of the tags and the data, and Mr. Stevens shows the way to go.
XML is the new way to store data. Reading this text based representation is like going from American English to French. You can recognize the letters, discover the words, may be not know the meaning,and shortly you are there enamored with XML. Persistent storage representation, on steroids (atomic that is). N'est–ce pas?
Preve
Bought this for my boyfriend who is a programmer. Good reference point for him.
Visual Basic .NET and XML: Harness the Power of XML in VB.NET Applications download epub
Networking & Cloud Computing
Author: Brian Hochgurtel,Rod Stephens
ISBN: 047112060X
Category: Computers & Technology
Subcategory: Networking & Cloud Computing
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (March 5, 2002)
Pages: 528 pages