First, you’ll get an introduction to all the tools and terminology you need to understand ASP.NET. If you’ve used earlier versions of ASP.NET and Visual Web Developer, you can probably skip that part and jump right into what’s new in 3.5. You'll make friends with LINQ and SQL, create sites in Visual Web Developer 2008 Express, and much more. Before you know it, you’ll discover how to:
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Controls can be cut and pasted or used as templates for you to build your own controls. And the 15 included controls (programs) cover a broad range of situations, providing you both working coded solutions to your problem and the rationalization behind those solutions. Overall, this highly anticipated book provides immediate solutions to range of common problems.
The authors discuss and examine relevant topics, and teach you how to make immediate use of ASP.NET. Topics include Web Forms, server-side and mobile controls, data access and binding, and XML integration. Also covered are .NET architecture and configuration, security, state and session management, scalability design, and Web Services. Extensive examples are featured throughout the book, and are also available on the Web for you to access and download.
This book is for intermediate to advanced .NET developers who need answers to the hard questions on how to build high-performance ASP.NET applications. Authors Jeffrey Hasan and Kenneth Tu focus on how to make good design decisions for performance. They discuss how to develop applications with performance in mind. And they pay special attention to the tools available to developers to quantify and monitor performance issues and to diagnose performance problems more quickly.
Infused with the authors' collective experiences, gathered from years of building high-performance web applications, this is a book that developers will want to keep on the shelf for a long time.Table of Contents Introducing Performance Tuning and Optimization Introducing ASP.NET Applications Writing Optimized Data Access Code Optimizing Application and Session State Management Caching ASP.NET Applications Writing Optimized Web Services Stress Testing and Monitoring ASP.NET Applications Debugging and Tracing ASP.NET Applications
In fact, this book is the most up-to-date text available on the market. Hot, new topics of discussion include mobile server control development (for supporting mobile phone web application development), and how to utilize the latest versions of Visual Studio .NET 2003 and the .NET Framework 1.1.
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Updated for ASP.NET 4.5, this introductory book is filled with helpful examples and contains a user-friendly, step-by-step format. Written by popular author and Microsoft ASP.NET MVP Imar Spaanjaars, this book walks you through ASP.NET, Microsoft's technology for building dynamically generated web pages. This edition retains the highly accessible approach to building the Planet Wrox website example, an online community site featuring product reviews, picture sharing, bonus content for registered users, and more.Contains the comprehensive guide to the latest technology additions to ASP.NET 4.5 Shows how to build basic ASP.NET web pages and configure their server Includes information on how to add features with pre-built server controls Reveals how to design pages and make them consistent Contains the information needed for getting user input and displaying data
Beginning ASP.NET 4.5 in C# and VB uses Spaanjaars's distinct writing style to put you at ease with learning ASP.NET 4.5.
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