Jesse Liberty's WebClasses from scratch is designed to teach Web database programming in the context of building EmployeeNet, a robust and scalable human resources intranet application. This book is for you if you are a Visual Basic programmer who wants to make the transition to developing Web applications, a database programmer who wants to put his data on the Web, a Web designer and programmer who wants to write the server-side and client-side code to support your increasingly complex and powerful Web sites, or a Web developer who wants to apply object-oriented analysis and design and industry best-practices to your web development.
The Concept Web on the inside cover graphically represents the interrelationships between the Windows interNet Application architecture and the various technologies used to create the application.
- Design a database to effectively organize tables, create indexes, and support referential integrity
- Build a robust, maintainable, and scalable application using COM and ActiveX
- Utilize Microsoft's Distributed interNet Applications architecture (DNA) to build large-scale distributed application
- Connect the database and application by using ADO and ODBC