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Programming ASP.Net 3.5by Jesse Liberty
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With Programming ASP.NET 3.5, you'll quickly learn to create state-of-the-art applications using Microsoft's popular web development technology and Visual Studio 2008. This updated bestseller provides comprehensive and easy-to-understand information to help you use several .NET 3.5 technologies for faster development and better web application performance-including ASP.NET AJAX for interactive user interfaces, LINQ for data access, and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) for web services.
Written by Microsoft technology experts Jesse Liberty, Dan Hurwitz, and Dan Maharry, Programming ASP.NET 3.5 is the best book for learning how to build dynamic, interactive web applications using Microsoft's latest technologies.
With the new edition of this bestselling tutorial for Microsoft's ASP.NET Web development platform, users learn how to create state-of-the art Web applications using .NET Framework 3.5 and Visual Studio 2008.
About the Author
Jesse Liberty is a Senior Program Manager at Microsoft the best-selling author of O'Reilly Media's Learning ASP.NET with AJAX, Programming C#, Programming .NET 3.5, and a dozen other books on programming. He is on the Silverlight Development Team, and a frequent contributor to O'Reilly Network websites and publications. Jesse is a former Distinguished Software Engineer at AT&T and Vice President for technology development at CitiBank, and was an independent consultant for 12 years.
Dan Maharry is a senior developer for Co-operative Web, a software development workers co-op based in the UK. He specializes in working with new technologies and has been working with .NET since its first beta. This is his twelfth book on web development for the Microsoft platform. It is his first book for O'Reilly following successful contributions to the Wrox Beginning ASP.NET and Apress Beginning ASP.NET Databases series. He lives with his lovely wife Jane and a rose bush that is trying to engulf his house.
Dan Hurwitz is the president of Sterling Solutions, Inc., where for nearly two decades he has been providing contract programming and database development to a wide variety of clients.
Table of Contents
PrefaceChapter 1: Web Development in 2008Chapter 2: Visual Studio 2008Chapter 3: Controls: Fundamental ConceptsChapter 4: Basic ControlsChapter 5: More ControlsChapter 6: Website FundamentalsChapter 7: Data Source Controls and ConnectionsChapter 8: Using Data-Aware ControlsChapter 9: ADO.NETChapter 10: Presenting LINQChapter 11: ValidationChapter 12: Forms-Based SecurityChapter 13: Master Pages and NavigationChapter 14: PersonalizationChapter 15: Custom and User ControlsChapter 16: Web ServicesChapter 17: Caching and PerformanceChapter 18: Application Logic and ConfigurationChapter 19: Tracing, Debugging, and Error HandlingChapter 20: DeploymentChapter 21: Epilogue: From Now to vNextInstalling the AJAX Control ToolkitRelational Database Technology: A Crash CourseKeyboard ShortcutsColophon
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