Tutorial on ECommerce implementation: Learn how to implement ECommerce transactions using sockets.

Submitted on: 1/10/2015 10:26:00 AM
By: Anoop Madhusudanan (from psc cd)  
Level: Intermediate
User Rating: By 14 Users
Compatibility: VB 6.0, VB Script, ASP (Active Server Pages)
Views: 1711
     Well, I think that this one is the most valuable and lengthy article ever posted to Planet-Source-Code. Anyway, download this and decide it yourself. A very neatly designed HTML tutorial and three full fledged projects are there. Just say bye to your uncertainty to internet in general, and ECommerce in particular.

After reading this article, you can:

  • Get the basic concepts of making ECommerce transactions from ASP/VB projects.
  • Get the concept of developing and implementing COM (Component Object Model) DLLs (Dynamic Link Library) for ASP applications.
  • Learn how to write socket based servers
  • Learn how to use wrappers - in this case, a socket wrapper for using windows sockets from ASP.
  • Get some killer logic to put in your next project :-)

Don't get afraid even if you can't understand anything from the description. Of course, I prepared the whole article very plainly - sticking to the basics; and I am sure than any one with a very basic knowledge of VB and ASP can follow this very easily. Thanks for already making me a winner two-three times, and I expect it again from you. Because, I took nearly 9-10 hours to design and develop the whole thing. Also, visit my website , when you have time. Regards, Anoop

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