Strip board (a.k.a Veroboard or Prototype board) is a resin-bonded-paper board (like other PCBs) with 0.1 inch holes. All the horizontal rows are connected whilst the vertical columns are left unconnected.
The copper traces are usually coated in a substance that promotes solder flow, helping to avoid accidentally connecting two parallel and nearby traces.
In some ways Stripboard can be viewed as a more permanent version of Solderless Breadboards.
One drawback of soldering Stripboard is the number of small wire connections one needs to make. It is possible to use stranded hook-up wire and tin the ends once stripped to aid in placement. Unfortunately this is time consuming. A better solution is to use solid core wire which places on the 0.1 inch board easily. If no convenient source of solid hook up wire can be found, it is possible to strip 24AWG solid core wire from Cat 6 ethernet cable. Often this is also the cheapest source of solid core wire.
VeeCAD : CAD for stripboard (Veroboard) layout -- can import netlists in Orcad or Protel format.
RepRap motor controller with Microchip PIC16F628A for RepRap;
"How To Draw Veroboard Layouts" by Ron J.;
"A Beginner's Guide To Building Circuits Using Veroboard" by Andy Collinson.