Active Server Pages For DummiesŪ
Active Server Pages for Dummies proves that despite the initially intimidating appearance of some ASP code, the system isn't hard to learn and can be a lot of fun. The book delivers a carefully structured introduction to ASP technology. The examples aren't all academic either--you'll find code (printed and on the companion CD-ROM) for a date-stamper, a banner-ad rotator, a guestbook, and even a near-real-time chat room and a system for managing classified ads. Topics include: Basics of ASP, VBScript, JScript, the ASP object model, server components, database connectivity, Visual InterDev, and popular ASP applications.Visit publisher site: Active Server Pages For DummiesŪ
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As a neophyte to web applications, asp for dummies was a good starting point. The examples are all to the point and most aspects are clearly explained. The downside is that the there should have been a health warning re pws. This is where every beginner stumbles, but the book implies that it is just a piece of cake. There should have been more details of websites and other books where help could be found on this subject. The rating is still very good, because the concepts sunk in and stayed put, but I am still trying to get my pws going...