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Developing ASP.Net Server Controls and Components (Pro-Developer)

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ISBN13: 9780735615823
ISBN10: 0735615829
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Web Forms—the Page and Control Framework at the heart of ASP.NET—makes it easier to develop dynamic Web applications. But you can go beyond the controls that ship with ASP.NET—and power up your Web sites and applications—by creating your own server controls. You can also develop and distribute your own controls for commercial use. This comprehensive guide, direct from key insiders who really know the technology, combines conceptual and architectural details with practical, how-to information and real-world code samples to show exactly how to create custom, reusable, professional-quality server controls with rich design-time functionality. It also provides essential information about configuration and the HTTP runtime, packaging, deployment, debugging, and developing controls that incorporate XML Web services, plus other vital topics. And it introduces the ASP.NET Web Matrix tool for creating Web applications and for using server controls. Topics covered include:
OVERVIEW
  • ASP.NET page programming
  • Component programming

SERVER CONTROLS
  • User controls
  • Implementing properties
  • View state management
  • Rendering
  • Control life cycle
  • Events and Postback
  • Styles
  • Composite, validator, and data-bound controls
  • Client-side behavior
  • Design-time functionality
  • Localization, licensing, and deployment

SERVER COMPONENTS
  • XML Web services
  • HTTP handlers

SERVER CONTROL CASE STUDIES
  • Templated data-bound controls
  • DHTML-based server controls

“[This book] is a must-have for all serious ASP.NET component developers.”
–Scott Guthrie, Product Unit Manager, Microsoft ASP.NET Product Team

Book News Annotation:

Written for experienced programmers, this guide begins with a detailed introduction to the ASP.NET web page programming model and architecture, then walks through the nuts and bolts of leveraging and building ASP.NET server controls. It also shows how to implement advanced design-time features that provide rapid application development (RAD) capabilities to server controls, and how to incorporate XML web services and the HTTP runtime into server controls. The last two chapters provide examples of data-bound templated controls and DHTML-based server controls.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Synopsis:

Written for experienced programmers, this guide begins with a detailed introduction to the ASP.NET web page programming model and architecture, then walks through the nuts and bolts of leveraging and building ASP.NET server controls. It also shows how to implement advanced design-time features that

Synopsis:

Combining conceptual details with practical how-to information, this guide provides the solid understanding developers need to get controls up and running. Topics include Web services, HTTP runtime programming, packaging, deployment, debugging, and more. (Computer Books - Internet)

Synopsis:

Here's the essential book for developers who want to learn how to author controls for ASP.NET applications. Combining conceptual details with practical how-to information, this guide provides the solid understanding developers need to get controls up and running. Topics include Web services, HTTP runtime programming, packaging, deployment, debugging, and more. Written by Microsoft insiders who really understand the technology, this is an indispensable tool for professionals creating dynamic web sites and web-enabled applications.

About the Author

Nikhil Kothari is a developer on the ASP.NET team and has developed many of the complex controls that ship with the .NET Framework SDK.

Table of Contents

DedicationForewordAcknowledgmentsIntroductionOverview
  • Chapter 1: ASP.NET Overview
  • Chapter 2: Page Programming Model
  • Chapter 3: Component Programming Overview
Server Controls—First Steps
  • Chapter 4: User Controls: From Page to Control
  • Chapter 5: Developing a Simple Custom Control
  • Chapter 6: Custom Controls vs. User Controls
Server Controls—Nuts and Bolts
  • Chapter 7: Simple Properties and View State
  • Chapter 8: Rendering
  • Chapter 9: Control Life Cycle, Events, and Postback
  • Chapter 10: Complex Properties and State Management
  • Chapter 11: Styles in Controls
  • Chapter 12: Composite Controls
  • Chapter 13: Client-Side Behavior
  • Chapter 14: Validator Controls
  • Chapter 15: Design-Time Functionality
  • Chapter 16: Data-Bound Controls
  • Chapter 17: Localization, Licensing, and Other Miscellany
Server Components
  • Chapter 18: XML Web Services
  • Chapter 19: HTTP Handlers
Server Control Case Studies
  • Chapter 20: Data-Bound Templated Controls
  • Chapter 21: DHTML-Based Server Controls
Appendixes
  • Metadata Attributes
  • Object Model for Common Classes
  • Microsoft ASP.NET Web Matrix
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Product Details

ISBN:
9780735615823
Author:
Kothari, Nikhil
Author:
Datye, Vandana
Author:
Vandana
Author:
Microsoft Corporation
Author:
Microsoft Corporation, CJ
Author:
il Kothari
Author:
CJ Microsoft Corporation
Author:
Nikh
Publisher:
Microsoft Press
Location:
Redmond, WA
Subject:
Programming - General
Subject:
Internet - Web Site Design
Subject:
Internet programming
Subject:
Web servers
Subject:
Active server pages
Subject:
Microsoft .NET
Subject:
Web - Page Design
Subject:
Internet - General
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series:
Developer Reference
Series Volume:
no.
Publication Date:
20020828
Binding:
Paperback
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
736
Dimensions:
9 x 7.38 x 1.53 in 2.64 lb

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Product details 736 pages Microsoft Press - English 9780735615823 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Written for experienced programmers, this guide begins with a detailed introduction to the ASP.NET web page programming model and architecture, then walks through the nuts and bolts of leveraging and building ASP.NET server controls. It also shows how to implement advanced design-time features that
"Synopsis" by ,
Combining conceptual details with practical how-to information, this guide provides the solid understanding developers need to get controls up and running. Topics include Web services, HTTP runtime programming, packaging, deployment, debugging, and more. (Computer Books - Internet)
"Synopsis" by , Here's the essential book for developers who want to learn how to author controls for ASP.NET applications. Combining conceptual details with practical how-to information, this guide provides the solid understanding developers need to get controls up and running. Topics include Web services, HTTP runtime programming, packaging, deployment, debugging, and more. Written by Microsoft insiders who really understand the technology, this is an indispensable tool for professionals creating dynamic web sites and web-enabled applications.
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