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- XML, XSL and HTML in Windows Applications
Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2001 - Issue 1
Release Date: Monday, January 15, 2001
Quick ID: 0101081
HTML and XML have made the Internet what it is today, but both technologies are not necessarily tied to the Internet.Quite the contrary! Using HTML in regular Windows applications has always been a great alternative. Paired with XML and XSL, this technique is more powerful than ever, since there are a growing number of XML sources, such as SQL Server, Web Services, and XML-enabled Business Objects.
- The Windows Scripting Host
Magazine/Issue: CoDe Magazine, 2000 - Spring
Release Date: Saturday, April 15, 2000
Quick ID: 0001061
Remember batch files? They were simple, easy to program, and very productive since many tasks could be automated.Windows still allows batch files, but batch files don't allow any control over the Windows shell and Windows environment. By introducing the Windows Scripting Host, Microsoft has introduced a script and COM based engine that can access the Windows Shell, the computer's environment and network settings using simple VBScript or JScript code. In addition you can even access any COM component, including your own. This column will introduce you to the basics of how the scripting host works and how you can incorporate its features into your Visual FoxPro Applications.