- Web Parts are reusable components that extract data from existing Microsoft or non-Microsoft applications for use in ASP.NET Web pages; they can also be used to build user controls
- Presents developers with an understanding of how Web Parts work and how they can be developed
- Examines how to secure and integrate Web Parts into other Windows systems (SQL Server, Office, ASP.NET, Content Manager)
Part I: Introducing Controls.
Chapter 1: Creating Your Own Controls.
Chapter 2: Creating Customizable Pages.
Part II: Creating Controls.
Chapter 3: Creating Custom Controls.
Chapter 4: Building User Controls.
Chapter 5: Building Web Parts.
Chapter 6: Maintaining State with the ViewState.
Chapter 7: Developer Tools.
Part III: Extending Controls.
Chapter 8: Adding Business Functionality.
Chapter 9: Adding Advanced Functionality.
Chapter 10: Communicating Between Web Parts.
Chapter 11: Working with the Web Part Architecture.
Part IV: Controls in Action.
Chapter 12: A Custom Control Case Study.
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