ASP.Net Web Developer's Guide provides information to make use of Microsoft's newest Web development platform.
ASP.NET is a revolutionary programming framework that enables the rapid development of powerful web applications and services. Part of the emerging Microsoft .NET Platform, it provides the easiest and most scalable way to build, deploy and run distributed web applications that can target any browser or device. ASP.NET (formerly referred to as ASP+) is more than the next version of Active Server Pages (ASP); it is a unified Web development platform that provides the services necessary for developers to build enterprise-class Web applications.
ASP .net Web Developer's Guide assists Web developers to quickly and easily build solutions for the Microsoft .NET platform. Programmers who are expert in asp and other languages will find this book invaluable.
This book will appeal to all web developers - regardless of what language they are using or what platform they will be using.
Comprehensive Coverage of the Entire .net Framework for B2B commerce.
Foreword Chapter 1 Introducing ASP.NET Introduction Learning from the History of ASP The Origins of ASP Developing ASP 1.x Developing ASP 2.x Developing ASP 3.0 The ASP Timeline Reviewing the Basics of the ASP.NET Platform Utilizing the Flexibility of ASP.NET Comparing Improvements in ASP.NET to Previous ASP Models How Web Servers Execute ASP Files Client-Server Interaction Server-Side Processing Running ASP.NET Web Pages Upgrading from Classic ASP Taking Security Precautions Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 2 ASP.NET Namespaces Introduction Reviewing the Function of Namespaces Using Namespaces Using the Microsoft.VisualBasic Namespace Understanding the Root Namespace: System Supplied Functionality Grouping Objects and Data Types with the System.Collections Namespace Supplied Functionality Enabling Client/Browser Communication with the System.Web Namespace Supplied Functionality Working with Data Sources Using the System.Data Namespace Supplied Functionality Processing XML Files Using the System.XML Namespace Supplied Functionality Summary Solutions Fast Track Frequently Asked Questions Chapter 3 ASP Server Controls Introduction Major Features of ASP.NET Server Controls Collecting Data Using HTML Forms Server-Side Processing in ASP.NET A Simple Application Using Conventional HTML Controls A Simple Application Using ASP Server Controls Mapping Server Controls and Preserving Their States Including Scripts in an .aspx File Using the IsPostBack Property of a Page AutoPostBack Attributes of Server Controls Code-Behind versus In-Page Coding
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- 2nd January 2002
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