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ASP .NET plays a core role in the .NET architecture and strategy, including providing the underlying support for Web Services, and allows developers to exploit many of their current skills and experience, but gives them a brand new programming model to work with. It is streamlined, robust, flexible, and powerful - all of the things needed for real-world applications. "Moving to ASP .NET" provides focused and thorough guidance on creating Web applications using ASP .NET, including both Web Form applications and Web Services. Steve Harris and Rob Macdonald have worked extensively with .NET throughout the Beta program, and have gained real-world experience of creating and implementing ASP .NET applications. This book is targeted at current developers rather than novices, and assumes that readers will gain an understanding of companion technologies (such as VB .NET and ADO .NET) from other sources. However, appendices have been included that provide a brief review or introduction to each of these. "Moving to ASP .NET" provides in-depth discussion and examination of the topics that are of interest to current developers, and shows them how to make immediate use of ASP .NET. Topics covered include Web Forms, server-side controls, mobile controls, data access and data binding, XML integration, .NET architecture and configuration, security, state and session management, designing for scalability, and Web Services. Extensive examples are shown throughout the book, and are also available via the Web for readers to access and download.

Synopsis:

Moving to ASP.NET: Web Development with VB .NET provides focused and thorough guidance on creating Web applications using ASP.NET, including both Web Form applications and Web Services. Authors Steve Harris and Rob MacDonald have worked extensively with .NET throughout the beta program, and offer their real-world experience creating and implementing ASP.NET applications.

The authors discuss and examine relevant topics, and teach you how to make immediate use of ASP.NET. Topics include Web Forms, server-side and mobile controls, data access and binding, and XML integration. Also covered are .NET architecture and configuration, security, state and session management, scalability design, and Web Services. Extensive examples are featured throughout the book, and are also available on the Web for you to access and download.

Synopsis:

Thorough coverage of Web Form applications and Web Services, including creation of custom Web controls and mobile internet applications.

Table of Contents

Introduction.- 1. Introducing ASP .NET.- 2. Web Forms.- 3. HTML Controls.- 4. Web Controls.- 5. Building Custom Web Controls.- 6. Building Mobile Web Applications.- 7. Working with Databases.- 8. Working with XML.- 9. Web Application Architecture.- 10. Web Security.- 11. Designing Web Applications.- 12. Achieving Scalabilty.- 13. Web Services.- Appendix A: Web and ASP Basics.- Appendix B: The What and Why of .NET.- Appendix C: The Visual Basic .NET Language.- Appendix D: An Overview of ADO .NET.- Appendix E: The Common Language Runtime.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781590590096
Foreword:
Appleman, Dan
Author:
MacDonald, Rob
Author:
Harris, Steve
Author:
Appleman, Dan
Publisher:
Apress
Location:
Berkeley, CA
Subject:
Programming Languages - General
Subject:
Design
Subject:
Internet - Web Site Design
Subject:
Web sites
Subject:
Internet programming
Subject:
Active server pages
Subject:
Software Engineering - Programming and Languages
Series:
Expert's Voice
Series Volume:
no. 11
Publication Date:
20020431
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
450
Dimensions:
9.31x7.41x1.62 in. 2.76 lbs.

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Product details 450 pages Apress - English 9781590590096 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Moving to ASP.NET: Web Development with VB .NET provides focused and thorough guidance on creating Web applications using ASP.NET, including both Web Form applications and Web Services. Authors Steve Harris and Rob MacDonald have worked extensively with .NET throughout the beta program, and offer their real-world experience creating and implementing ASP.NET applications.

The authors discuss and examine relevant topics, and teach you how to make immediate use of ASP.NET. Topics include Web Forms, server-side and mobile controls, data access and binding, and XML integration. Also covered are .NET architecture and configuration, security, state and session management, scalability design, and Web Services. Extensive examples are featured throughout the book, and are also available on the Web for you to access and download.

"Synopsis" by , Thorough coverage of Web Form applications and Web Services, including creation of custom Web controls and mobile internet applications.
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