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Pro InfoPath shows .NET developers how to create electronic forms specific to various industries (medical, manufacturing, publishing, etc). This book will cover using InfoPath to solve form problems for the developer. It will be a ground-up introduction to cover fundamentals and an in-depth review of how to solve more advanced problems using the new capabilities of InfoPath and InfoPath Forms Services. It will allow the reader to get up to speed on a .Net-based, browser-based forms technology fast, and it covers the dark corners of the product and provides workarounds.

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Book Details

ISBN: 9781590597309
ISBN-10: 1590597303
Format: Paperback
(235mm x 178mm x 19mm)
Pages: 298
Imprint: APress
Publisher: APress
Publish Date: 26-Feb-2007
Country of Publication: United States

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Author Biography - Philo B. Janus

Philo Janus is a senior technology specialist with Microsoft. Over the years, he has presented InfoPath to thousands of users and developers, and assisted with enterprise implementations of InfoPath solutions. With that background, he is particularly sensitive to the difficulties users and developers have had with InfoPath. He graduated from the U.S. Naval Academy with a bachelor of science degree in electrical engineering in 1989 to face a challenging career in the U.S. Navy. After driving an aircraft carrier around the Pacific Ocean and a guided missile frigate through both the Suez and Panama canals, and serving in the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, a small altercation between his bicycle and an auto indicated a change of career (some would say that landing on his head in that accident would explain many things). Philo's software development career started with building a training and budgeting application in Access 2.0 in 1995. Since then, he's worked with Oracle, Visual Basic, SQL Server, and .NET building applications for federal agencies, commercial firms, and conglomerates. In 2003, he joined Microsoft as a technology specialist evangelizing Office as a development platform.