C++ Q&A: ATL Virtual Functions and vtables
Paul DiLasciaMSDN Magazine March 2000
Basic Instincts: Porting Applications from MTS to COM+
Ted PattisonMSDN Magazine March 2000
Security Briefs: Exploring Handle Security in Windows
Keith BrownMSDN Magazine March 2000
House of COM: Performance Trade-offs of the Windows 2000 Component Execution Environment
Don BoxMSDN Magazine March 2000
Serving the Web: Compiling Components in Visual Basic for ASP
Ken SpencerMSDN Magazine March 2000
The XML Files: XML-based Persistence Behaviors Fix Web Farm Headaches
Aaron SkonnardMSDN Magazine March 2000
Cutting Edge: Accessing Recordsets over the Internet
Dino EspositoMSDN Magazine March 2000
Web Q&A: Web Page Design Tips, Digital Dashboard, Screen Scraper Alternatives, and More
Robert HessMSDN Magazine March 2000
Flux: On the Cusp-70 hour MP3 Device, Wireless Networking, and Any-shape Batteries
Douglas BolingMSDN Magazine March 2000
Editor''s Note: Welcome to the future of MSJ and MIND-it''s called MSDN Magazine
MSDN Magazine March 2000
Build an Easy Maintenance Intranet Site: Using Office Docs, File System Object, and OLE Structured Storage
If you''ve ever needed to build an easy-to-maintain intranet site, here''s a solution based on Microsoft Office documents. Many sites require constant updating of their HTML, but the use of Word documents can simplify the process. This article details the construction of a human resources site that ...
Scott Howlett and Jeff Dunmall: Drag and Drop Data Manipulation Powered by XML
Building on the browser-based org chart featuring VML (Vector Markup Language) described previously in Microsoft Internet Developer, this article takes you through the process of refining that sample app by using XML, XSL, and JScript code to create a new, improved version. Drag and drop editing is ...
Windows 2000 UI Innovations: Enhance Your User''s Experience with New Infotip and Icon Overlay Shell
Windows 2000 includes some helpful new UI features you can customize and implement in your own applications. In this article you''ll see how to provide infotips for files, after making the appropriate registry entries. Then create a custom column handler extension, resulting in a new column for the ...
A Young Person''s Guide to The Simple Object Access Protocol: SOAP Increases Interoperability Across
The Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) facilitates interoperability among a wide range of programs and platforms, making existing applications accessible to a broader range of users. SOAP combines the proven Web technology of HTTP with the flexibility and extensibility of XML. This article takes y...
SQL Server 2000: New XML Features Streamline Web-centric App Development
With XML support in SQL Server 2000, you can query SQL over HTTP with a URL, bring the data down to the browser, and manipulate it on the client machine. By adding Internet Explorer 5.0 to the mix and using XSL to convert the XML to HTML, you can lighten the load on your database server. Going still...
C++ Q&A: Initializing C++ Class Members and Incorporating the Places Bar in your MFC Apps
Paul DiLasciaMSDN Magazine April 2000
Win32 Q&A: New C++ Classes for Better Resource Management in Windows
Jeffrey RichterMSDN Magazine April 2000
Visual Programmer: Adding Your Own AppWizard to Visual C++
George ShepherdMSDN Magazine April 2000
Bugslayer: Windows 2000 and LDR Messages, A COM Symbol Engine, Finding Bloated Functions, and More
John RobbinsMSDN Magazine April 2000
Serving the Web: Working with MTS, ASP, and Visual Basic
Ken SpencerMSDN Magazine April 2000