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ASP in a Nutshell
O'Reilly; 1 edition | ISBN: 1565924908 | February 1, 1999 | 426 pages | PDF


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While ASP in a Nutshell is not meant to be a full-fledged tutorial of Microsoft Active Server Pages (ASP) technology, it offers a

great way for experienced Web coders to ramp up on ASP. After an introduction to ASP, author A. Keyton Weissinger rapidly

reviews the progression of content from static form to the Internet, covering CGI, ISAPI, and ASP 2.0. The author clearly

explains how ASP works and how server-side components can work with ASP code to further extend server-side functionality.

The core of the book is the object reference for ASP coding. Six chapters document all the key programmable ASP objects and

each includes an area on Comments/Troubleshooting, Properties Reference, Methods Reference, and Events Reference and

offers further explanatory text where necessary. Weissinger uses frequent, brief coding examples to illustrate each important

topic. He closes the middle section of this book with details on pre-processing directives and the Global.ASA file.

The last part of the book discusses ActiveX Data Objects, NT Server Collaboration Data Objects, and a number of server

components (such as the Ad Rotator, Content Rotator, My Info, Page Counter, and Permission Checker) in depth. ASP in a

Nutshell provides a concise but detailed breakdown of all key ASP coding topics.