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ActiveX - an internet strategy for applications development

Rosca, Doina and Banica, Logica (2007): ActiveX - an internet strategy for applications development. Published in: Annals of the University of Oradea, Economic Sciences Series , Vol. 2, No. 16 (April 2007): pp. 876-880.

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Abstract

ActiveX is a set of technologies that has the potential to change the way information is accessed and used on the Internet; allows software components to interact with one another in a networked environment, regardless of the language in which the components were created. Powerful abstractions based on OLE have been developed to enable fast, scaleable integration of your objects within the Internet. Microsoft is making a major effort to make the Internet everything it can possibly be. By using ActiveX, developers can make the best use of their system resources while providing instant, dynamic content and functionality in their Internet applications. How information is presented greatly affects how interesting and usable people find it.

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