In the years since it was first introduced, Visual Basic has quickly become the primary language of choice for more than half the developers in the United States. With each new version, users continue to discover more enhanced tools and improvements. And because it has such a wide user base, Visual Basic programmers now have a community of fellow users with whom they can share knowledge and techniques. Now you can find many of those intermediate to advanced tips and tricks in the Visual Basic 6 Bible.
This book goes beyond your basic user's manual. In addition to providing you with complete coverage of Visual Basic 6, the Visual Basic 6 Bible serves as the essential resource designed to help you understand how and when to use the various tools and techniques available in Visual Basic. It features relevant, real-world sample code and applications that you can incorporate into your own projects.
The CD-ROM accompanying Visual Basic 6 Bible includes a wide array of popular components and demos, such as Advantageware, Apex, Modern Software, and Protoview.
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Master the Latest Developments in Enterprise Programming With its hot new database and Web Server programming capabilities, Visual Basic 6 is being heralded as the premier strategic enterprise applications development tool for corporate America. Learn everything you need to know about Active Data Objects, IIS and ActiveX programming, and using the Windows API. Backed with expert advice and tons of code examples, Visual Basic® 6 Bible will help you build robust, reliable solutions that meet all your programming challenges. Inside, You'll Find Complete Coverage of Visual Basic 6
Eric A. Smith is a Microsoft Certified Professional at Information Strategies, a Washington, D.C.-based Solution Provider Partner. He is also the creator of Ask the VB Pro (http://www.inquiry.com/thevbpro), one of the most popular Visual Basic sites on the Internet. Eric is the author of Visual Basic 6 One Step at a Time, also for IDG Books Worldwide, and he is also a frequent contributor to Visual Basic Programmer's Journal. Eric can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
Valor Whisler, a software engineer with over 13 years of development experience, has been involved with Visual Basic since Version 1.0. He has written several commercial applications, including the first add-in for VB: VB AppFramework. Valor has also spoken at software development conferences, authored several white papers for Microsoft, and been involved in developing the browser for the Microsoft Repository. When Valor isn't programming, he heads out to the Colorado mountains near his home.
Hank Marquis is a senior software designer and developer with over 18 years of experience designing and developing tools for developers such as Modern GuardX, Modern DemoX, FailSafe, CodeReview, VB/Magic, Visual/db, and others. Hank writes the "Components" column for BackOffice Magazine and is a frequent contributor to Visual Basic Programmer's Journal. When Hank isn't programming or writing about programming, he works on his horse farm in rural Connecticut.
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