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Asp.net V.2.0by Alex Homer
Synopses & Reviews
's new Visual Web Developer and administration tools; simplifying database integration with "code-free" data binding and new data source controls; using Master Pages to improve control over application look-and-feel; strengthening security with membership providers, security server controls, cookieless forms authentication, and the new Role Manager; and simplifying personalization with ASP.NET 2.0 Themes. The coverage also includes: building fast, flexible portals with newly improved Web Parts and the new Portal Framework; delivering more effective mobile device support - with less complexity; previewing new controls - including FormView, CreateUserControl, and other innovations absent from earlier ASP.NET 2.0 Technology Previews; leveraging major improvements to existing controls; and improving accessibility for disabled site visitors and application users. Currently assessing ASP.NET 2.0? Piloting it? Already building production applications with it? Wherever you stand, wherever you're headed with ASP.NET 2.0, this book will get you there.
Book News Annotation:
Intended for experienced web developers who want to plan ahead, this book identifies changes to expect in version 2.0 of ASP.NET, and explores how the new features may benefit web site and application development. It describes Visual Studio 2005, data source controls, page templates, simpler user authentication, the web site administration tool, personalization, the portal framework, cross-page posting, group validation, and the unified control architecture for mobile devices.
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Fully supported by Microsoft's ASP.NET team, this is an authoritative and practical look at the new version of ASP.NET. Written by "software legends" and bestselling authors, this book will publish day and date with the release of the public beta of ASP.NET 2.0.
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