You have now completed the third and final week of your pursuit of knowledge about
the exciting new Visual InterDev. During the first and second weeks of your journey,
you learned about the client and server components that can be integrated into your
Web-based applications. The third week covered some advanced topics surrounding Visual
InterDev and taught you how to truly integrate these components into your application.
You also learned about some ancillary tools that can aid in your development.
Where You Have Been
The third week began with a detailed lesson that covered the integration of ActiveX
controls and Java applets into your application. Next, you learned how to develop
a design-time ActiveX control using the Visual Basic Control Creation Edition. The
following Chapter focused on another advanced topic as you learned how to truly integrate
Active Server components into your application.
During the middle part of the week, you discovered how to properly manage your
web site files using the tools included in Visual InterDev. You also learned how
to integrate source code control into Visual InterDev with Microsoft Visual SourceSafe.
The third week also covered the topic of debugging and presented a new script debugger
from Microsoft. The final Chapter enabled you to apply your knowledge by developing an
My wish for you is that you use the knowledge contained in this guide to develop
killer apps for the Web. These are exciting times for developers, and Visual InterDev
is the perfect tool to sustain your enthusiasm. I hope you have enjoyed the journey
as much as I have enjoyed presenting this dynamic and integrated tool for Web-based
development. Armed with the lessons you have learned from this guide and the power
of Visual InterDev, you should now be prepared to untangle the technologies of the