Programming Microsoft® Visual Basic® 6.0

Programming Microsoft® Visual Basic® 6.0
Published:May 26, 1999Language:English
Author:Francesco BalenaTechnology:Microsoft Visual Basic
Length:1312 PagesISBN 13:9780735605589

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About The BookComprehensive instruction for faster, leaner development—and more powerful results

Create professional-quality applications, components, and user interfaces faster and more efficiently than ever with the powerful object-oriented programming capabilities in the Visual Basic 6.0 development system. From Windows® common controls to data access, Internet, and ActiveX® programming, this book covers core development topics for version 6.0—providing insightful explanations and expertly rendered examples for rapid acceleration of your Win32® productivity.

  • Expedite development with the object-oriented capabilities in Visual Basic 6.0—including events, polymorphism, and object hierarchies

  • Develop great user interfaces that use the full range of controls in Visual Basic and take advantage of OLE drag and drop, data-driven forms, and advanced Windows API techniques

  • Build datacentric solutions using ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) 2.0 and 2.1, the DataEnvironment designer, and RDS components for remote activation over the Internet

  • Master ActiveX technology to create controls, learning advanced techniques such as COM callbacks, multithreaded components and applications, and windowless ActiveX controls

  • Deploy rich, Web-ready components and applications with Dynamic HTML (DHTML) and Microsoft Internet Information Server


  • An electronic version of this book is available on the companion CD.
    About Francesco BalenaFrancesco Balena is principal and co-founder of Software Design Italia, a software firm in Italy specializing in Visual Basic and Visual C++® training and consulting, and oInfomedia Communications, a firm specializing in national-level workshops and conferences on programming topics. In addition, he is the publisher and editor-in-chief of Visual Basic Journal and is a frequent contributor to and advisor for several technical magazines, including Visual Basic Programmer's Journal. He was awarded a Computer Press Association honor in 1996 for a VBPJ article entitled "Maximize Memory for 32-bit Applications."

    A frequent speaker at Visual Basic conferences, Balena is the author or co-author of five books on computer programming.
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