For Web Programming Design and Development courses covering ASP.
Active Server Pages 3.0 By Example teaches students how to create dynamic web sites quickly and easily. It assumes the students have a basic knowledge of VBScript. It uses real-world examples to teach proper coding techniques. This will translate into fewer problems and allow you to apply your knowledge in the future. It also covers objects, cookies, applications, and database access.
Teaches students the fundamentals of using ASP. Ex.___
Helps guide students through the chapters. Ex.___
Helps students develop a structured programming technique to isolate problems, write correct problems faster, and produce easy-to-maintain programs. Ex.___
Focuses students on the proper, accepted coding techniques that cause fewer problems and teaches students to apply their knowledge to broader tasks. Ex.___
I. THE FUNDAMENTALS OF DISTRIBUTED COMPUTING USING ASP.1. The Fundamentals of Distributed Computing Using ASP.
II. ASP PROGRAMMING.3. The Fundamentals of VBScript.
III. WORKING WITH ASP ON THE SERVER.6. Beginning ASP: Client-Server Communication.
IV. CLIENT/SERVER APPLICATIONS USING ASP.11. Working with Security and Transactions.
V. APPENDIXES.A: ASP Object Model.
ASP by Example assumes a basic knowledge of VBScript and teaches you how to create dynamic web sites quickly and easily. Using real-world examples, ASP 3 by Example teaches proper, accepted coding techniques that will cause fewer problems and allow you to apply your knowledge to more than simply the task at hand. Topics include: ASP, objects, cookies, applications, and database access.
Bob Reselman is a nationally known software developer, writer, and teacher. He is a founding principal of Cognitive Arts and Technologies, a group dedicated to integration of creative, artistic endeavors with the practice of software development. In addition, Bob is a member of the faculty of Simpson College. In the past, he has held positions as a Principal Consultant for the international consulting firm, Cap Gemini, and as Platform Architect for Desktop Systems for Gateway. Bob is a co-author of “Practical Visual Basic 6.”