Visual Basic Concepts
Microsoft® Visual Basic® lets you create applications for the Internet or a corporate intranet in several different ways. Using the new Internet programming features in Visual Basic, you can make use of your skills as a Visual Basic programmer to produce dynamic, powerful Internet applications with little effort. You can produce applications that run on the client or the server, present HTML pages inside a forms-based application, or use ActiveX components on the Web. In addition, you can quickly and easily set up your applications for Internet component download and deployment.
|What is an Internet Application? |
Introduces the concepts of Visual Basic Internet applications for the client and the server.
|Understanding Internet Basics |
Introduces basic Internet concepts, such as client/server interactions and HTML pages.
|A History of Development on the Internet |
Presents a brief overview of methods of developing applications for the Internet and explains how Visual Basic's Internet applications fit in.
|Advantages of Visual Basic Internet Applications |
Explains the unique advantages of creating Visual Basic Internet applications.
|Security and Internet Applications |
Discusses security concerns for Internet applications.
|System Requirements for Internet Applications |
Explains what must be present on the development and end-user computers for Visual Basic Internet applications.
|Other Internet Technologies in Visual Basic |
Explains how to use ActiveX components on the Internet.