Here is detailed, example-heavy coverage of using the new ATL to create COM-based applications. Section topics include ActiveX controls, NT services, moving from MFC to ATL, and non-Windows ATL development. ATL classes are gradually replacing MFC classes, and everyone who has been working with MFC will need to learn how to implement these more compact and powerful tools.
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Tom Armstrong is a software developer and project leader for DST Systems' Advanced Technologies Group. He is the author of the acclaimed Designing and Using ActiveX Controls and Designing and Using OLE Custom Controls, both from M&T Books. widgetware.com) is a popular resource about COM and ActiveX development. Tom has taught ActiveX, COM, and C++ to corporate groups all over the United States, and uses these classes to tailor his books to meet the needs of today's corporate developer.
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