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    Important ASP Resources

    Often times finding the right resource amidst 40,000 posts can be daunting. To aid those who are new to these forums, and to provide a growing resource for those are regular visitors we have compiled this topical list of ASP resources.

    If you have any you would like added, just ask.

    General ASP Sites

    Though there are literally thousands of ASP-based sites around, here are a list of our favourites because they are the most comprehensive and useful.

    LearnASP
    4Guys From Rolla
    ASP101
    ASP Zone
    ASP Today
    TotalASP
    DevDex – ASP
    ASP FAQs
    ASP Emporium
    ASPAlliance
    ASP Programmers resource
    adOpenStatic (a small site but a real gem. Has the best article I've ever read (online or off) regarding data validation.)

    Microsft links

    As the developer of ASP, Microsoft has provided a veritable treasure trove of resources, chief among which is the Microsoft Developers Network (MSDN). These documents can be confusing, but are worth digging through.

    Active Server Pages Guide
    Platform SDK: Internet Information Services 5.1 - Visual Basic Object Model
    ADO Programmer's Guide
    ADO API Reference
    Introduction to CDO for NTS
    About CDO for Windows 2000
    MSDN Magazine - loads of articles covering ASP/ADO/COM/XML etc




    Misc MS database links

    Several especially important parts of the MSDN are those related to Microsoft’s databases, here are a few important aspects:

    Fundamental Microsoft Jet SQL for Access 2000
    Intermediate Microsoft Jet SQL for Access 2000
    Advanced Microsoft Jet SQL for Access 2000
    SQL Server

    ASP Documentation

    ASP Documentation is available with every full install of Microsoft Internet Information Server. It is viewable through http://localhost/iishelp if it is installed. If not, check your installation options. Though Microsoft Personal Web Server does allow ASP, and does provide ASP documentation it is both sparse and inaccurate. Also, PWS is definitely not the best Webserver you could pick to use, though if it is your only one it is better then nothing.

    Members willing to help with ASP related questions

    The very basic questions always seemed like the hardest thing in the world, and it is always easier to ask the question than have to try and trawl through a million and one tutorials looking for something that fits your problem. As such, certain members have volunteered to help out. They are not the only members who are helpful in the ASP areas, they are simply the ones who have opened up their private inboxes to ASP-related questions. Use them, but don’t abuse them.

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    I have browsed the first couple of links and found some excellent resources,...
    however i was wondering if off the top of anyone's dome they know of a place that goes into more detail on the methods of SOAP using asp and vb?

    thanks in advance
    PEACE

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    I use http://www.15seconds.com all the time, and they have a lot of articles on SOAP.
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    Thumbs up SOAP is DIRTY

    someone should probably start an SOAP resources thread soon, but b/c i asked the question about it, i have since had several weeks of work with SOAP and have a lot more references
    SOAP = Simple Object Access Protocol
    and basicly is a "loosely coupled" protocol for accessing services over the internet
    it is the future as any web developer knows
    soon, instead of calling an in-house module or function to say... transform pdf into xml format, somewhere on the internet will be a service that you can call simply by knowing the function... the map to these functions will be on domain names and will be a .wsdl file
    a company service browsing interface called UDDI (Universal Description and Discovery Integration???) is already being built, with the usual suspects leading the way (IBM, Microsoft...) and is basicly what .NET is preparing for

    if you want to get on the next buzz word train know these abbreviations, if you want to develop them, here are some of the links i have used:

    VB and ASP
    http://www.15seconds.com/focus/Web%20Services.htm

    JavaScript
    http://www.webreference.com/js/
    articles 106 down to... 90 something i think
    (javascript)

    Java
    http://www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/soap4j

    and the actual apache spec

    http://xml.apache.org/soap/
    PEACE

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    Everything you ever wanted to know about Simple Object Access Protocol:
    http://www.w3schools.com/soap/default.asp


    M@rco

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    ok thanx, I did know that this was in development, but I wasn't sure of what it could do, I have been learning too many languages as it is, so i just wanted a simple over view of it which i can get from w3schools.com, cheers any way

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    I know I posted this in another thread, but a site I really liked when I was first getting started was www.coveryourasp.com James has put together a really nice site with a lot of self-contained solution for things like database maintenance (Access-based), and layout. Best of all, he gives away the code for the entire site free!
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    I'd add these two resources. The first one especially for beginners who plan to set up IIS on their own computer...

    http://www.w3schools.com/asp/
    Explains all there is to know to start with.. A good reference for also more advanced programmers...

    And for all of us who have IIS installation of our own:
    http://www.iisfaq.com
    That'll explain everything there is to know about IIS... Not directly ASP related site but helps a LOT if you run your own box...

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    In reguards to book marking..

    Nice collection of resources.. now I have the daunting task of bookmarking all of them!
    Would be easier to just bookmard this thread...

    http://www.sitepointforums.com/showt...threadid=48786


    Great job Luke.

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    Exclamation The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP)

    For those interested in security...It makes for an interesting browse.

    http://www.owasp.org/

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    I can't believe you forgot


    http://www.Aspin.com

    The best ASP resource on the net!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Let's not forget:

    http://aspfaq.com
    "There's never time to do it right,
    but there's always time to do it over!"
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    I usually go to www.aspin.com first, darkcoder
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    How can I send mails using mapi with ASP?

    Hi Folks:

    How can I send emails in my application using mapi with ASP?

    Please advise accordingly.
    thanks and best regards,

    W J

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    Why is it that just about every post in this thread is a double post?

    Can the moderators please clean it up!?



    Also i did not see anyone post a link to HotScripts.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by W. Luke
    Often times finding the right resource amidst 40,000 posts can be daunting. To aid those who are new to these forums, and to provide a growing resource for those are regular visitors we have compiled this topical list of ASP resources.

    If you have any you would like added, just ask.

    General ASP Sites

    Though there are literally thousands of ASP-based sites around, here are a list of our favourites because they are the most comprehensive and useful.

    LearnASP
    4Guys From Rolla
    ASP101
    ASP Zone
    ASP Today
    TotalASP
    DevDex – ASP
    ASP FAQs
    ASP Emporium
    ASPAlliance
    ASP Programmers resource
    adOpenStatic (a small site but a real gem. Has the best article I've ever read (online or off) regarding data validation.)

    Microsft links

    As the developer of ASP, Microsoft has provided a veritable treasure trove of resources, chief among which is the Microsoft Developers Network (MSDN). These documents can be confusing, but are worth digging through.

    Active Server Pages Guide
    Platform SDK: Internet Information Services 5.1 - Visual Basic Object Model
    ADO Programmer's Guide
    ADO API Reference
    Introduction to CDO for NTS
    About CDO for Windows 2000
    MSDN Magazine - loads of articles covering ASP/ADO/COM/XML etc




    Misc MS database links

    Several especially important parts of the MSDN are those related to Microsoft’s databases, here are a few important aspects:

    Fundamental Microsoft Jet SQL for Access 2000
    Intermediate Microsoft Jet SQL for Access 2000
    Advanced Microsoft Jet SQL for Access 2000
    SQL Server

    ASP Documentation

    ASP Documentation is available with every full install of Microsoft Internet Information Server. It is viewable through http://localhost/iishelp if it is installed. If not, check your installation options. Though Microsoft Personal Web Server does allow ASP, and does provide ASP documentation it is both sparse and inaccurate. Also, PWS is definitely not the best Webserver you could pick to use, though if it is your only one it is better then nothing.

    Members willing to help with ASP related questions

    The very basic questions always seemed like the hardest thing in the world, and it is always easier to ask the question than have to try and trawl through a million and one tutorials looking for something that fits your problem. As such, certain members have volunteered to help out. They are not the only members who are helpful in the ASP areas, they are simply the ones who have opened up their private inboxes to ASP-related questions. Use them, but don’t abuse them.

    Dhtmlgod
    Marco
    Jeremy W.
    Goober


    This post was written by:
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    hey! why don't you add - http://www.w3schools.com/asp/default.asp - to your list, it's a good resource site for asp where you will find complete ASP references about built-in objects and components, and their properties and methods.
    css ajax pear smarty php asp scripts web templates jaspal links
    downloads forum blog software development ecommerce hosting
    http://www.aadhunik.com/

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    I especially love ASP101! They have some great scripts there. I think you should also include Planet Source Code -- http://www.pscode.com

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    Question

    To my mind one of the rich Asp.net sources is www.asp.net

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    I post my own resource which is
    http://www.webdevbros.net

    There are a lot of nice free classes available for ASP
    ajaxed Library - Free Ajax Library for classic ASP
    execute server side procedures directly from client side
    ajaxed - the first classic ASP Ajax Library

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    I have always liked hotscripts.com


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