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ASP.Net 2.0 Website Programming Problem - Design - Solutionby Marco Bellinaso
Synopses & Reviews
ASP.NET 2.0 Programming: Problem Design Solution is aimed at describing, designing, and implementing a site much like the ones you’re probably working on or will be soon, while taking the opportunity to introduce and explain many of the new features that the new great ASP.NET 2.0 framework offers. Difficult problems are addressed head-on so you'll be ready for most of the problems you’ll typically face when writing a modern website, and have one or more solutions ready for them.
Unlike many other ASP.NET books that show examples for individual pages or features, the example in this book is an integrated end-to-end site (written in C#). The entire book and site has been written specifically for ASP.NET 2.0, to use the ASP.NET 2.0 features wherever they make sense.
The end-result is a website which features a layout with user-selectable themes, a membership system, a content management system for publishing and syndicating articles and photos, polls, mailing lists, forums, an e-commerce store with support for real-time credit card processing, homepage personalization, and localization. The book leads the reader through development of a site with:
This book is also available as part of the 5-book ASP.NET 2.0 Wrox Box (
Book News Annotation:
This practical guide for programmers explains how to design and implement in C# a complete ASP.NET 2.0 website. Each of 12 self- contained chapters begins with a problem, followed by a discussion of the design features needed to solve it and practice exercises. By the end of the volume, the reader will have integrated the new abilities of ASP.NET 2.0 into a single site incorporating features such as forums, newsletters, and e-commerce stores. It is assumed that the reader possesses a working familiarity with ASP.NET 1.x. Annotation ©2007 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
* The unique Problem-Design-Solution approach shows Web developers how to integrate all the new functionality of ASP.NET 2.0 into a single real-world project that reflects problems and solutions they face daily
* Walks readers through the development of a complete ASP.NET 2.0 Web site that boasts most of the features a user can expect to find in an e-commerce site: photo galleries; opinion polls, forums, and newsletters; an e-commerce section with shopping cart; and order management functions
* The implementation of each feature demonstrates new functions introduced by ASP.NET 2.0, such as master pages, Web parts, theming, membership, personalization, and much more
Completely rewritten and fully updated for ASP.NET version 2.0, this example-driven book describes from start to finish how to design and implement in C# a complete ASP.NET 2.0 website that contains many of the features that you can expect to find in a modern content-related and e-commerce site: forums, polls, newsletters, article management, e-store and much more. Each chapter introduces new controls and features of ASP.NET 2.0 so that you can comfortably read the material even if you haven't yet immersed yourself with the 2.0 release.
The self-contained chapters first present a problem to be addressed, then discuss the design features needed to solve the problem. After you've established how to resolve the problem, you'll use hands-on practice and code to execute the solution. In the end, you'll have integrated all the new abilities of ASP.NET 2.0 into a single site boasting rich functionalities.
What you will learn from this book
Who this book is for
This book is for programmers with a working familiarity with ASP.NET 1.x, although you are not required to know ASP.NET 2.0.
"This book is different from most others you can find in bookstores. When you consider performance, security, robustness, scalability, and care for details, Marco's TheBeerHouse sample application is more real-world than most real-world sites I have seen recently. In fact, as of this writing it's the best demonstration of ASP.NET 2.0's new features."
—From the foreword by Francesco Balena, founder of .Net2TheMax, author, and Microsoft Regional Director
About the Author
Marco Bellinaso is a partner of Code Architects Srl, an Italian company that specializes in consulting, mentoring, development, and training for the Microsoft platform. He works as a senior consultant and developer, and has a particular interest in all “web-things.” He focuses on designing and implementing large web sites with a variety of Microsoft products and technologies, including SharePoint 2003, MCMS, and, of course, ASP.NET 2.0 and SQL Server 2005. He’s been working with the .NET Framework since the Beta 1 on applications of all types, including Web Services, Windows Forms, and Windows Services. He is also author or co-author of a number of commercial tools for developers, such as the award-winning VBMaximizer add-in, CodeBox for .NET, and FormMaximizer for .NET. Before the .NET era, Marco was a hardcode VB developer who specialized in Windows programming with advanced, low-level API techniques, as well as a COM and ASP developer.
Prior to this book, Marco co-authored a number of other Wrox Press books, including Fast Track ASP.NET, Visual C# .NET: A Guide for VB6 Developers, Beginning C#, and the previous edition of this book for ASP.NET 1.1. He also frequently writes for programming magazines such as MSDN Magazine, MSDN Online, Visual Studio Magazine, and other Italian magazines such as Computer Programming and Visual Basic & .NET Journal. He is one of the principal developers and editors behind www.dotnet2themax.com, a popular web site for .NET developers that was sired by the even more famous www.vb2themax.com site for VB6. Besides writing, he also does a lot of public speaking (both in English and Italian) at some of the most important Italian conferences organized by Microsoft Italy and other big companies.
If you want to contact Marco to talk about the book, about beer and pubs, or about work-related questions, please use the form on his site (www.dotnet2themax.com) or his blog (www.dotnet2the max.com/blogs/mbellinaso).
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introducing the Project: TheBeerHouse.
Chapter 2: Developing the Site Design.
Chapter 3: Planning an Architecture.
Chapter 4: Membership and User Profiling.
Chapter 5: News and Article Management.
Chapter 6: Opinion Polls.
Chapter 7: Newsletters.
Chapter 8: Forums.
Chapter 9: E-commerce Store.
Chapter 10: Personalization and Web Parts.
Chapter 11: Localizing the Site.
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