ASP.Net Bible, Hungry Minds

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ASP.Net Bible
Learn the ins and outs of ASP.NET
using Visual Basic and C# with this comprehesive reference tool.

Introduction of the Microsoft .NET platform has begun a new era in the field of
application development that will drive the next-generation Internet. ASP.NET, a part of
the Microsoft .NET platform, is a revolutionary programming framework that enables the
rapid development of enterprise-class Web applications. It provides the easiest and most
scalable way to develop, deploy, and run Web applications that can target any browser
or device. In fact, these features are only a few of several that make ASP.NET
developers' first choice for creating Web applications.
ASP.NET makes application development much easier than it was with classic ASP, and
hence it has dramatically improved developers' productivity. ASP.NET enables you to
provide richer functionality to your Web applications by writing the least amount of code.
The best part is that ASP.NET enables you to select any of the available .NET
programming languages. So, unlike classic ASP, in which you had to depend on
interpreted VBScript and JScript languages, ASP.NET provides a wide choice of
programming languages.

In addition to the usual Web applications, ASP.NET allows you to create other types,
which enables you to extend your applications' reach to new customers and business
partners. For example, XML Web services enable sharing of data across the Internet
regardless of the operating system and the programming language — this certainly
widens the reach of your applications. Also, ASP.NET provides you with mobile controls
that enable your applications to target a large number of mobile Web devices.
Deploying server applications has always been a pain for developers. With ASP.NET,
however, developers do not need to worry on this front at all, because ASP.NET has
dramatically simplified the deployment process. Deploying a Web application simply
requires you to copy it to the Web server.

In addition to providing a rich developer experience, ASP.NET provide a rich user
experience. ASP.NET Web applications are faster than the classic ASP applications.
The reason is quite obvious. Unlike classic ASP, in which you relied only on interpreted
languages, ASP.NET enables you to use compiled programming languages. Thus,
ASP.NET applications do not require an explicit compilation step and, in turn, execute
faster. Additionally, ASP.NET has rich caching and state-management features that add
to the improved performance of ASP.NET Web applications. In addition to providing high
performance and scalability, ASP.NET applications are highly reliable and secure. The
greater reliability and security features enable your application users to build more
confidence in using them.

This book seeks to provide to all Web-application developers a greater understanding of
ASP.NET. This book covers ASP.NET from its basic features to its advanced features,
such as application configuration, caching, security, localization, XML Web services, and

Mridula Parihar et al.
Published by
Hungry Minds, Inc.
909 Third Avenue
New York, NY 10022

Part I - ASP.NET Basics
Chapter 1 - Understanding the .NET Framework
Chapter 2 - Getting Started with ASP.NET
Chapter 3 - Building Forms with Web Controls
Chapter 4 - Using Rich Web Controls
Chapter 5 - Creating and Using Custom Controls
Chapter 6 - Validating User Input
Chapter 7 - Debugging ASP.NET Pages
Part II - ASP.NET Database Programming
Chapter 8 - Introducing ADO.NET
Chapter 9 - Understanding Data Binding
Chapter 10 - Working with Data Grids
Chapter 11 - Using Templates
Chapter 12 - Using SQL Server with ASP.NET
Chapter 13 - Advanced Data Binding and XML
Part III - Advanced ASP.NET
Chapter 14 - ASP.NET Application Configuration
Chapter 15 - Developing Business Objects
Chapter 16 - Building HTTP Handlers
Chapter 17 - Understanding Caching
Chapter 18 - Building Wireless Applications with ASP.NET Mobile Controls
Chapter 19 - ASP.NET Security
Chapter 20 - Localizing ASP.NET Applications
Chapter 21 - Deploying ASP.NET Applications
Part IV - Building Web Services
Chapter 22 - Introduction to Web Services
Chapter 23 - Web Services Infrastructure
Chapter 24 - Understanding SOAP
Chapter 25 - Building a Web Service
Chapter 26 - Deploying and Publishing Web Services
Chapter 27 - Finding Web Services
Chapter 28 - Consuming Web Services
Part V - Building ASP.NET Applications
Chapter 29 - ASP.NET Blackjack
Chapter 30 - Chatty Discussion Forum
Appendix A - Visual Basic Syntax
Appendix B - Visual Basic Functions and Features
Appendix C - Visual Basic Object-Oriented Programming
Appendix D - C# Syntax
Appendix E - C# Classes
Appendix F - C# Components
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Sidebars


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