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Asp.net Cookbook 2ND Editionby Michael A Kittel
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Completely revised for ASP.NET 2.0, this new edition of the best-selling ASP.NET Cookbook has everything you need to go from beginning to advanced Windows-based web site development using Microsoft's popular Visual Studio 2005 and ASP.NET 2.0 developer tools. Written for the impatient professional, ASP.NET 2.0 Cookbook contains more than 125 recipes for solving common and not-so-common problems you are likely to encounter when building ASP.NET-based web applications.
The recipes in this book, which run the gamut from simple coding techniques to more comprehensive development strategies, are presented in the popular Problem-Solution-Discussion format of the O'Reilly Cookbook series. As with the first edition, every solution is coded in both C# and Visual Basic 2005.
Among the additions and revisions to this new edition are:
The ASP.NET 2.0 Cookbook continues to provide the most comprehensive coverage you'll find anywhere of:
Whether you're new to ASP.NET or an experienced Microsoft developer, with ASP.NET 2.0 Cookbook, deliverance from a long day (or night) at your computer could be just one recipe away.
People who have reviewed the beta release of Microsoft's Visual Studio 2005 note that the most striking changes to this developer's toolkit are evident in ASP.NET, the product for building dynamically generated web applications. By designing the .NET Framework to handle more of the plumbing, Microsoft has given ASP.NET 2.0 several new ready-to-use controls, making life much easier for web developers by considerably reducing the amount of code they need to write by up to 70%.
Yet, despite of (and, in some cases, because of) all this automation, there are numerous nagging challenges that web application developers face with ASP.NET everyday. Challenges that eat valuable time.
This new edition of ASP.NET Cookbook is ideal for developers who need to quickly and effectively solve many of the day-to-day problems they face. Over 100 problems and solutions are presented that run the gamut from simple coding techniques to more comprehensive development strategies that even the most experienced ASP.NET programmers will savor. Each recipe is followed by a discussion that includes tips, tricks, and possible pitfalls so developers can learn to adapt the problem-solving techniques to a myriad of similar situations.
About the Author
Michael Kittel has nearly 30 years experience in the software industry. He has been working with Microsoft technologies for more than 10 years and with ASP.NET since the alpha release of 1.0. He has been the system architect and led the development of applications for Lexis-Nexis, Plow & Hearth, ReturnBuy, and many others. Michael has a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer certification and is currently a senior consultant at Dominion Digital, Inc. (http://www.dominiondigital.com), a firm that specializes in helping companies envision and achieve maximum business value from investments.
Geoffrey T. LeBlond is the co-author of "Using 1-2-3", the first computer book that sold over 1 million copies. Geoff is the author of numerous computer books, and was the developer of Oriel, an early scripting language for Microsoft Windows. More recently, Geoff has been focusing his attention on developing web applications using ASP and ASP.NET.
Table of Contents
PrefaceChapter 1: Master PagesChapter 2: Tabular DataChapter 3: ValidationChapter 4: FormsChapter 5: User ControlsChapter 6: Custom ControlsChapter 7: Maintaining StateChapter 8: Error HandlingChapter 9: SecurityChapter 10: Profiles and ThemesChapter 11: Web PartsChapter 12: ConfigurationChapter 13: Tracing and DebuggingChapter 14: Web ServicesChapter 15: Dynamic ImagesChapter 16: CachingChapter 17: InternationalizationChapter 18: File OperationsChapter 19: PerformanceChapter 20: HTTP HandlersChapter 21: Assorted TipsColophon
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