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  1. #1
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    I'm looking for suggestions on good book or books covering Visual InterDev 6. I'm going into this all on my own and I can't afford the price of .NET, so I'm stuck with what I can afford.

    The things I'm looking for would be fairly fundamental. For instance, I can write a query, but buttons on a web page don't have click events, or any other kind of event that I can see, so I've no idea how to execute a query I've written from a web page button.

    Also, I'd like a book or books that cover web page design.

    Any suggestion will be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks

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    Do a search on www.hotline.com.au using the subject button, (SAMS books are usually pretty cool intros), then use the titles and book number to locate in your local area. The quoted prices are for the locals, and are normally way cheaper in the US.

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    Senior Member Kings's Avatar
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    Originally posted by AttnSue
    The things I'm looking for would be fairly fundamental. For instance, I can write a query, but buttons on a web page don't have click events, or any other kind of event that I can see, so I've no idea how to execute a query I've written from a web page button.
    You'd need something like ASP or PHP for that.
    K i n g s

    Several handy ASP Resources:
    4guysfromrolla | aspin | ASP101 | AspIt | learnasp

    Several handy ASP.NET resources:
    ASP.NET | .NET Experts | O'Reilly .NET | AspIt | 4guysfromrolla

    Several paid ASP/ASP.NET webhosts:
    Brinkster | Maximum ASP | Clicktech | Nodehosting | Uplinkearth | Webhost4life

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    In Sue's case would suggest ASP, cause it's close to vb as opposed to PHP....


    Check out

    Active Server Pages 3 - Weekend Crash Course by Eric A Smith

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    Senior Member Kings's Avatar
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    Originally posted by Jethro
    Check out

    Active Server Pages 3 - Weekend Crash Course by Eric A Smith
    or Teach Yourself Active Server Pages in 24 Hours by Sams
    K i n g s

    Several handy ASP Resources:
    4guysfromrolla | aspin | ASP101 | AspIt | learnasp

    Several handy ASP.NET resources:
    ASP.NET | .NET Experts | O'Reilly .NET | AspIt | 4guysfromrolla

    Several paid ASP/ASP.NET webhosts:
    Brinkster | Maximum ASP | Clicktech | Nodehosting | Uplinkearth | Webhost4life

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    Just learning ASP but good idea Kings, one of the guys at the office is learning vb from those Teach yourselve books and he's rocketing along..............


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