Designing Active Server Pages
by Scott Mitchell
Paperback: 348 pages

Publisher: O’Reilly Media, Inc.; 1 edition (September 18, 2000)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 0596000448
ISBN-13: 978-0596000448

Product Description

Designing Active Server Pages provides an important tool for often-overworked ASP programmers: a set of techniques for making the wisest use of the technology in a production environment. Targeting an audience of readers who already are seasoned in ASP, author Scott Mitchell explores techniques for producing “reusable and robust ASP applications.” Presentation and example compose the approach here, with concise tables of information and descriptions that make the book a fast read. Mitchell explores the benefits of the VBScript 5.0 scripting engine, and illustrates how to exploit the new RegExp object fully and build object-oriented code by using VBScript classes–another welcome addition to the coding platform. ASP programmers will find techniques for which they’ve been longing, such as centralized error-handling pages and reusable database administration forms. Creation of and best practices for implementing COM components, useful standard components (like the Content Linker and AdRotator), and third-party components (such as ASPEncrypt and SA-FileUp) are discussed. Designing Active Server Pages doesn’t stop with mere descriptions of these components, but also provides solutions for common needs, such as uploading files to binary fields in Microsoft SQL Server and sending encrypted e-mail. With its advanced techniques and practical perspective, this book is perfect for those who look to stay on the cutting edge of ASP programming. –Stephen W. Plain Topics covered: Choosing a server-side scripting language Exception handling Regular expressions Building reusable forms Reusable database administration pages COM overview Lesser-known Microsoft COM components Important third-party COM components
Developers of Active Server Pages often reinvent the wheel, creating a distinct ASP page each time they think they need one. Often times, these pages are functionally similar. With intelligent planning, an ASP developer stands to save a great deal of time by creating reusable ASP pages. Designing Active Server Pages is tailor-made for these developers. There is currently a plethora of Active Server Pages books. However, the vast majority of these books are either technical references or how-to books for beginners. Our book is designed for the intermediate to advanced user. Furthermore, nearly every other book on ASP focuses on using VBScript, even though ASP supports an array of scripting languages, including JScript and PerlScript. Designing Active Server Pages shows how to start using these other languages. Designing Active Server Pages is for developers who have already mastered the basics of ASP application development and are ready to take the next logical step. It is sure to become an indispensable part of every web developer’s library.
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Author: Scott Mitchell
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  1. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent Book
    This book is very helpful if you want to learn advanced ASP programming techniques. After I bought a basic ASP programming book with discount through couponsky.

    Gale08-03 15:01
  2. 1.0 out of 5 stars
    I am sorry. In my opinion this book is a waste of paper. I have tried to find some answers to simple questionsabout ASP in this book.

    Shoneah08-03 21:35
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    Ioviano08-04 01:27
  4. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent work, but please organize the sample code
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    Sylvana08-04 05:23
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  6. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Yul08-04 16:45
  7. 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    This is by far the best, if not the only book I’ve seen published on advanced ASP programming methodologies.

    Fairly08-04 18:30
  8. 2.0 out of 5 stars
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    This book is certainly not for someone just beginning to learn how to design ASP for the web. It may be more useful as a reference, but even then I somewhat question it.

    Sabrina08-04 22:15
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