Visual Basic is a third-generation event-driven programming
language and integrated development environment (IDE) from Microsoft for its COM programming model first released in 1991.
Added Event Management - System integrators can now leverage Ekahau Event application programming interface (API), which introduces a straightforward event-driven programming
model and a powerful rules engine to increase application performance and make system integration easier by using intelligent location event filtering in the engine.
Also appropriate for self-study, this textbook emphasizes achieving computer program clarity through the proven techniques of object- oriented programming and event-driven programming
Additionally, its schedule includes some event-driven programming
such as the Olympics, Wimbledon, Cricket (which is important in England, Howden stressed,) and "a certain amount of football.
Second, Visual Basic is an event-driven programming
language, in contrast to the linear programming techniques of BASIC, C, and spreadsheet macros.
FEATURES - Complete COPS protocol implementation - Power set of API that supports creation, modification and deletion of "Gate" objects - Support for Application Manager, Policy Server and CMTS side PDP and PEP development - Logging and Tracing functionality - Support for event-driven programming
BENEFITS Cable Labs defined standard interfaces ensure seamless interfacing with: * Content providers * Equipment from multiple vendors
Total traffic control with iRules - F5's powerful event-driven programming
language, iRules[TM], allows system integrators to integrate BIG-IP into their total solution, providing advanced, customized traffic management, such as policy-based traffic steering.
The ability to switch from standby to a fully synchronized 16 MIPS active mode in less than one micro-second allows interrupt event-driven programming
that extends time in power-saving modes and the use of smaller, lower cost batteries.
1 now takes advantage of event-driven programming
to simplify the development of sophisticated user interfaces.