This series is designed to introduce users to the Visual InterDev web-based application development environment. The basics of Visual InterDev are discussed, including views and controls, database interaction, and client and server directory structures. Implementation of HTML elements is discussed in detail, including using dynamic HTML and scripting to add interactive content. This series also covers how to use Java, ActiveX, and database connections within a Web site, using Query Designer to retrieve and update data, and using active server objects, design-time controls, scriptlets, and the document object model. The series provides information on testing a debugging a Visual InterDev program, site management strategies, and effective site layout and design.
This series is for web programmers who are interested in learning about the Visual InterDev web-based application development environment.
- Simulations that allow users to practice course skills, even if they don't have access to the application
- A glossary
- A Skill Assessment