ActiveX has been around for literally dozens of months, but until now it has remained an inscrutable mystery to all but the most overpaid contract engineers, three Sufi priests, and Don from Nevada. Finally, here is a book that dumbs down the topic ...
so it is understandable even to a piece of shoe leather. Mr. Bunny's Guide to ActiveX begins with the basic building block of all computer software: the pixel. From here it digresses into a classic fantasy adventure story about a cute little talking bunny and a hapless everyman farmer/programmer on an amazing journey to the heart of component-based software. You will actually learn ActiveX by reading out loud to your children at bedtime! Don't miss out on all the fun in today's highly competitive and stressful technology industries. Let Mr. Bunny bring your web pages to life. (You do have a web page, don't you?) The sky will open and everything you ever desired will be showered upon you, so wear a hard hat. I'm tired of writing blurbs. Just buy the book. Praise for Mr. Bunny (intentionally blank)Other Stuff About Mr. Bunny "I slept with this book under my pillow, and now I have a flat spot on my head." -- Some Guy "This is a shockingly subversive book. Carlton Egremont III is a dangerous individual who sows the seeds of fear and confusion about computer technologies. Masquerading as both a technical guru and a children's author, he threatens to undermine the foundations of modern society with his Mr. Bunny books. Cute illustrations, though." -- Some Other Guy "Two thumbs..." -- Two Other Guys 0201485362B04062001
Number of pages: 112
Date of publication: 31/07/1998
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