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Posted By : Root | Date : 17 October 2008 | Comments : 0 |

altWith help from Microsoft ASP.NET insider Bradley Millington, John Kaufman covers both VB.NET and C# coding for ASP.NET databases so you don’t have to decide up front which language you want more and retailers no longer have to manage inventory on separate language versions.

This edition is completely written from scratch on the ASP.NET “”Whidbey”" Beta to ensure the coverage is most appropriate for this greatly changed version.

The book focuses on solving business problems in a logical progression, from connecting to displaying to changing the data. Additional chapters cover enhancements to the presentation and alternate types of data. The book follows the practice of going beyond the basic techniques to discuss the permutations, pitfalls, and best practices that occur in real business scenarios.
Posted By : Root | Date : 17 October 2008 | Comments : 0 |

altBook Description

Written by a high-profile team of ASP.NET experts, this fully updated Professional guide enables you to take full advantage of the power and possibilities of ASP.NET 1.1. You travel beyond the basics of ASP.NET Web pages, server controls, and data management to a complete understanding of Web services, debugging, performance, migration, and real-world applications.

All code has been rechecked and verified to work correctly with ASP.NET 1.1, and enhancements like improved security and better performance are thoroughly examined and reviewed. This comprehensive, in-depth, practical guidebook enables you to master new levels of Web application development with the .NET Framework.

Posted By : Root | Date : 12 October 2008 | Comments : 0 |

altBook Description
Delivering rich, Web 2.0-style experiences has never been easier. This book gives you a complete hands-on introduction to Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX 1.0, the new framework that offers many of the same benefits for Ajax development that ASP.NET provides for server-side development. With Programming ASP.NET AJAX, you’ll learn how to create professional, dynamic web pages with Ajax in no time.

Loaded with code and examples that demonstrate key aspects of the framework, this book is ideal not only for ASP.NET developers who want to take their applications a step further with Ajax, but for any web developers interested in ASP.NET AJAX, no matter what technology they use currently. That includes JavaScript programmers who would like to avoid the headaches of writing cross-browser code.

Programming ASP.NET AJAX offers you:

A high-level overview of the ASP.NET AJAX framework
Functional code that you can cut and paste for use in your own applications
The essentials of JavaScript and Ajax to help you understand individual technologies used by the framework
An organization that reflects the framework’s packages, including Extensions, Control Toolkit, the Futures CTP, and the AJAX Library
Sidebars throughout the book that identify and propose solutions to potential security breaches
Posted By : Root | Date : 9 October 2008 | Comments : 0 |

Lesson 1: SETTING UP ASP.NET AJAX   (15 min)
1. What is ASP.NET AJAX?
2. What to Install
3. Our Focus in This Series
4. Looking Ahead at the Final Project

1. Creating an AJAX-Enabled Web Site
2. Setting Up a Theme & Using Skins
3. Creating a Bindable Object Layer with ADO.net
4. Bind an AJAX-Enabled Application to an Object Layer
5. Working with Update Panels & Content Templates
6. Working with Triggers
7. Working with Update Progress Controls

1. Build a New Web Service & Add a Web Method
2. Creating a Script-Callable Web Service
3. Adding a Web Form
4. Adding Content to the Web Form Panels
5. Adding Code to Call the Web Service

1. Working with a Custom Profile Provider
2. Writing Code to Store Settings
3. Loading the Profile
4. Creating Login Functionality
5. Creating Functionality to Register a User

1. What is the AJAX Control Toolkit
2. Working with the AJAX Sample Toolkit
3. Working with the RoundedCornerExtender
4. Adding Interaction with the DragPanelExtender
5. Getting Default Watermark Behavior
6. Working with Animation
7. Creating a Modal Login

1. Why AJAX & What You’ve Learned
2. Final Comments & Credits

Posted By : Root | Date : 9 October 2008 | Comments : 0 |

altBook Description
Professional DotNetNuke ASP.NET Portals

DotNetNuke, the popular ASP.NET open source application, is sweeping through the ranks of ASP.NET and Web developers. Whether you’ve never programmed your own Web site before or you are an experienced ASP.NET developer, you’ll find DotNetNuke and this book have something to offer you. You’ll get started with invaluable hands-on insight for installing DotNetNuke on the server and then move on to developing and administering portals created with DotNetNuke.

Written by the creator and programmers of the DotNetNuke project, the book discusses operating a DotNetNuke portal. You’ll see how DotNetNuke gives you a flexible architecture for rapidly developing Web applications and you’ll find ways to extend the portal framework by developing modules that plug into DotNetNuke. Step-by-step instructions to administer DotNetNuke in various real-world scenarios will help you save time developing your own DotNetNuke ASP.NET sites.

Posted By : Root | Date : 8 October 2008 | Comments : 0 |

altProgramming ASP.NET, 3rd Edition

Book Description
O’Reilly has once again updated its bestselling tutorial on ASP.NET, the world’s leading web development tool from Microsoft. In Programming ASP.NET, Third Edition, authors Jesse Liberty and Dan Hurwitz give you the lowdown on the technology’s latest version, ASP.NET 2.0, as well as Visual Studio 2005.

Among the most significant improvements to ASP.NET 2.0 are new server controls and services that make you dramatically more productive. In fact, when compared to its predecessor, ASP.NET 2.0 reduces the amount of code you have to write by about 75%. Creating interactive web applications has never been easier-but that still doesn’t mean it’s hassle-free The difficulty in ASP.NET 2.0 is that it’s so complete and flexible that there are many pieces that must be woven together to build a robust, scalable, and efficient application.

Fortunately, Programming ASP.NET, Third Edition is on the case, dispensing all the information you need to be effective with this dynamic tool. For starters, the book features a comprehensive tutorial on Web Forms, the user interface that gives web applications their look and feel. It then offers detailed explanations of all new controls, including web server controls, HTML controls, and custom controls. Used properly, these controls are able to take care of nearly all the foundation work-security, data access, layout, etc.-that you would normally have to write yourself. Free of these burdensome tasks, you can instead focus on your specific application.

Other new material found in this updated edition even shows you how to create ASP.NET 2.0 pages for mobile devices. With Programming ASP.NET, Third Edition at your side, there’s virtually no end to the programming possibilities.
Posted By : Root | Date : 8 October 2008 | Comments : 0 |

altXML for ASP.NET Developers

Book Description

XML for ASP.NET Developers first gives a solid foundation in the basics of MSXML including XML Syntax, XML Schemas, Xpath, Xlink, Xpointer, and other concepts necessary to leverage the power of XML. After the building blocks of XML are thoroughly covered, Dan guides readers through manipulating XML documents using the Document Object Model (DOM) and XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language) both on the client and the server. Detailed examples combined with easy to follow tutorials will have readers transforming XML documents into professional looking applications quickly and easily. Providing a single source for information on a variety of XML related technologies makes XML for ASP.NET Developers a necessary edition to any developer’s library and sets it apart from any book available today.
Posted By : Root | Date : 8 October 2008 | Comments : 0 |
altIn this course, you’ll learn how to use Visual Studio 2005 and Visual C# 2005 to build ASP.NET 2.0 Web pages and XML Web services. You’ll gain an understanding of the new architecture behind ASP.NET 2.0 and how to use the new server controls. You’ll learn to create consistent web sites using Master Pages, to improve performance with output caching, add membership features, configure and deploy ASP.NET applications, to authenticate users and limit their access to resources, direct users using new Site Navigation tools and to handle multi-user data access conflicts

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