Now that the Internet has exploded in popularity on a world wide scale, Internet database applications represent an important new paradigm for on-line computing. In this demonstration we will show several applications we have developed and describe how to create them using technologies such as the World Wide Web, HTML, database publishing, SQL, Windows CGI, Visual Basic, Cold Fusion and other third party products with little or no coding. This tutorial will show how to develop Internet database applications in a public way so anyone with Web access can run them and also in a more proprietary way which uses the Internet’s communications infrastructure but doesn’t leave the application open to all Web users. A key theme is that one can use Windows 95 or NT without having to install and learn UNIX, Perl or C.
Growney, Wallace and Growney, Andrea, "Building Internet Database Applications" (1998). AMCIS 1998 Proceedings. 388.