A Programmer's Introduction to Windows DNA (with CD-ROM for Windows 2000)
Windows DNA (Distributed Internet Architecture) forms the cornerstone for building scalable, robust web applications using Microsoft technologies. Windows DNA technologies include both client and server sides. Thus, Microsoft's "client-server architecture" addresses the full spectrum of enterprise application development, for the Internet era. You will learn to combine a wide variety of Windows DNA technologies, to crank out effective solutions for your own enterprise application requirements. The text includes "best practices" for building Windows DNA applications. These examples are a direct result of the author's lengthy consulting experience in the client-server world.
- Physical Description: 543 pages
- Edition Info: Paperback; 2000-05-15
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