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Asp.net in a Nutshell 1ST Editionby Andrew Duthie
Out of Print
Synopses & Reviews
ASP.NET is the newest generation of Active Server Pages from Microsoft. More than a mere upgrade, it's designed to support the development of dynamic and data-driven web applications and web services in much the same way Visual Basic enabled the rapid development of MicrosoftÂ® WindowsÂ® desktop applications.For those experienced with previous versions of ASP or the .NET platform, ASP.NET in a Nutshell is an invaluable resource that goes beyond the published documentation to highlight little-known details, stress practical uses for particular features, and provide real-world examples that show how features can be used in a working application. ASP.NET in a Nutshell uses Visual Basic .NET for the many examples.Unlike other books, it distills what is a large and comparatively complicated subject into a tutorial and reference that is useful for both learning essential concepts and daily reference. This book covers application and web service development, custom controls, data access, security, deployment, and error handling. There's also an overview of the web-related namespaces in the .NET Framework Class Library.Like other books in the "In a Nutshell" series, ASP.NET in a Nutshell offers the facts, including critical background information, in a no-nonsense manner that users will refer to again and again. It is a detailed reference that enables even experienced web developers to advance their ASP.NET applications to new levels.
As a quick reference, "ASP.NET in a Nutshell" goes beyond the published documentation to highlight little-known details, stress practical uses for particular features, and provide real-world examples that show how features can be used in a working application. This book covers application and web service development, custom controls, data access, security, deployment, and error handling.
About the Author
is President of ProseTech, a software documentation consultancy, and a project manager at VoiceIQ (http://www.voiceiq.com/), a provider of software for interactive voice-enabled applications and services. Matthew is a coauthor of the ASP.NET in a Nutshell (O'Reilly), and a contributor to the C# in a Nutshell (O'Reilly) API reference.
Table of Contents
Preface Introduction Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: ASP.NET Applications Chapter 3: Web Forms Chapter 4: Web Services Chapter 5: ASP.NET Server Controls Chapter 6: User Controls and Custom Server Controls Chapter 7: Data Access and Data Binding Chapter 8: ASP.NET Configuration Chapter 9: ASP.NET Security Chapter 10: Error Handling, Debugging, and Tracing Chapter 11: ASP.NET Deployment Intrinsic Class Reference Chapter 12: The Page Class Chapter 13: The HttpApplicationState Class Chapter 14: The HttpContext Class Chapter 15: The HttpException Class Chapter 16: The HttpRequest Class Chapter 17: The HttpResponse Class Chapter 18: The HttpServerUtility Class Chapter 19: The HttpSessionState Class Chapter 20: web.config Reference Namespace Reference Chapter 21: Namespace Reference Chapter 22: The System.Web Namespace Chapter 23: The System.Web.Caching Namespace Chapter 24: The System.Web.ConfigurationNamespace Chapter 25: The System.Web.Hosting Namespace Chapter 26: The System.Web.Mail Namespace Chapter 27: The System.Web.Security Namespace Chapter 28: The System.Web.Services Namespace Chapter 29: The System.Web.Services.ConfigurationNamespace Chapter 30: The System.Web.Services.DescriptionNamespace Chapter 31: The System.Web.Services.DiscoveryNamespace Chapter 32: The System.Web.Services.ProtocolsNamespace Chapter 33: The System.Web.SessionStateNamespace Chapter 34: The System.Web.UI Namespace Chapter 35: The System.Web.UI.Design Namespace Chapter 36: The System.Web.UI.Design.WebControlsNamespace Chapter 37: The System.Web.UI.HtmlControlsNamespace Chapter 38: The System.Web.UI.WebControlsNamespace Type, Method, Property, Event, and Field Index Colophon
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