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Developing Web Applications with ASP.NET and C#

Developing Web Applications with ASP.NET and C#

Hank Meyne, Scott Davis

ISBN: 978-0-471-26693-8

Oct 2002

448 pages

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$25.99

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Description

Learn how to create the basic, dynamic, and advanced ASP.NET pages in C#

Packed with tips, tricks, and workarounds, this book covers every aspect of developing a Web application for the enterprise using ASP.NET and C#. Written by Microsoft insiders, it shows readers how to create the basic, dynamic, and advanced ASP.NET pages in Microsoft's new C# programming language, and explains how to interact with the database using ADO.NET.

The authors review how to transport and display data on the Internet or an Intranet using XML, objects, and Web services. They also explain how to implement security with authentication, integrate important e-commerce issues, and optimize the ASP.NET Web application for optimal performance.

Companion Web site features complete source code samples for the applications developed and explained in the book.

Microsoft Technologies
.NET Platform: The next big overhaul to Microsoft's technologies that will bring enterprise distributed computing to the next level by fully integrating the Internet into the development platform. This will allow interaction between any machine, on any platform, and on any device.

Visual Basic.NET: The update to this popular visual programming language will offer greater Web functionality, more sophisticated object-oriented language features, links to Microsoft's new common runtime, and a new interface.

ASP.NET: A programming framework (formerly known as Active Server Pages) for building powerful Web-based enterprise applications; can be programmed using VB.NET or C#.

C#: Microsoft's new truly object-oriented programming language that builds on the strengths of C++ and the ease of Visual Basic; promises to give Sun's Java a run for its money.

Dedication.

Acknowledgments.

About the Authors.

Introduction.

Making Sense of .NET.

Anatomy of an ASP.NET Page.

Server Controls.

Database Access.

Creating More Advanced ASP.NET Pages.

Applying What We've Learned So Far.

Web Services.

Security and Membership.

Adding E-Commerce Essentials.

Debugging and Optimization.