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ASP. NET: (the complete reference )

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ISBN13: 9780072195132
ISBN10: 0072195134
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The Most Comprehensive ASP.NET Resource Available

Get up to speed on ASP.NET--a core Web development platform in the new Microsoft .NET Framework--with this definitive resource. You'll learn how the .NET Framework really works, master the Visual Studio .NET development environment, and learn best practices for developing powerful ASP.NET applications. Systematically covering both basic and more advanced topics, this comprehensive guide will help you take advantage of ASP.NET's pre-built functionality and show you how to program the event-driven form model, access XML Web services, work with relational databases, and much more. You'll also find helpful security information for safeguarding your site and providing subscription services. Thorough and organized, this one-stop reference will show you everything you need to expertly work with ASP.NET.


  • Learn the fundamentals of the .NET Framework
  • Explore the basics of object-oriented programming as well as Visual Basic .NET and C# syntax
  • Interact with a Web page's user interface through its object layer
  • Employ ASP.NET's built-in data-binding features and advanced data controls
  • Design robust Web services and access them from multiple platforms
  • Create your own reusable components and Web controls for ASP.NET applications
  • Get at-a-glance reference information for every ASP.NET Web control and configuration setting
  • Boost performance of any Web application through caching

Discover productivity tricks for mastering Visual Studio .NET and its integrated debugger

Book News Annotation:

ASP.NET, a Web development platform in the Microsoft .NET Framework, is explained in this book for experienced developers who have programmed in ASP or Visual Basic before. Because .NET is a new framework, the book begins with VB .NET and C# syntax, the basics of object-oriented programming, and the philosophy of the .NET framework. The rest of the book covers developing ASP.NET applications, working with data, Web services, and advanced ASP.NET. A final section, about 110 pages, offers reference material on HTML server controls, Web controls, and configuration files. MacDonald is an MCSD developer and author of several books on .NET programming.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

An indispensable comprehensive reference for Web developers, this title contains code samples, coverage of the seven built-in .NET framework namespaces and a special reference section on the framework.

Synopsis:

Get the comprehensive low-down on all seven built-in .NET Framework namespaces--plus plenty of other useful information for developers, including relevant topics like security, Web services, database development, application deployment, and more.

Table of Contents

Part I: ASP.NET Introduction

1: The .NET Framework

2: Learning the .NET Languages

3: Types, Objects, and Namespaces

4: Setting Up ASP.NET and IIS

Part II: Developing ASP.NET Applications

5: ASP.NET Applications

6: Web Form Fundamentals

7: Web Controls

8: Using Visual Studio .NET

9: Validation and Rich Controls

10: State Management

11: Tracing, Logging, and Error Handling

Part III: Working with Data

12: Overview of ADO.NET

13: ADO.NET Data Access

14: Data Binding

15: The DataList, DataGrid, and Repeater

16: Files, Streams, and Email

17: Using XML

Part IV: Web Services

18: Web Services Architecture

19: Creating Web Services

20: Using Web Services

Part V: Advanced ASP.NET

21: Component-Based Programming

22: Custom Controls

23: Caching and Performance Tuning

24: Implementing Security

25: The IBuySpy Case Studies

Part VI: ASP.NET Reference

26: HTML Server Controls

27: Web Controls

28: Configuration Files

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kavitha_mc, October 7, 2006 (view all comments by kavitha_mc)
The book is very good.But since i am from c# background i would like to have the same in c#
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Product Details

ISBN:
9780072195132
Subtitle:
(the complete reference )
Author:
MacDonald, Matthew
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill/Osborne
Location:
Berkeley, Calif.
Subject:
Internet - General
Subject:
Programming Languages - General
Subject:
Programming - General
Subject:
Internet - Web Site Design
Subject:
Web sites
Subject:
Internet programming
Subject:
Web servers
Subject:
Web site development
Subject:
Active server pages
Series:
Osborne Complete Reference Series
Series Volume:
no. 00-4769
Publication Date:
c2002
Binding:
Paper Textbook
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
xxix, 977 p.
Dimensions:
9.14x7.40x1.99 in. 3.54 lbs.

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ASP. NET: (the complete reference )
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Product details xxix, 977 p. pages McGraw-Hill/Osborne - English 9780072195132 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , An indispensable comprehensive reference for Web developers, this title contains code samples, coverage of the seven built-in .NET framework namespaces and a special reference section on the framework.
"Synopsis" by , Get the comprehensive low-down on all seven built-in .NET Framework namespaces--plus plenty of other useful information for developers, including relevant topics like security, Web services, database development, application deployment, and more.
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