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You’re already a decent programmer. Now you want to master ASP.NET 2.0, but you don’t have a lot of time to spare. You’d like to learn by example, from real projects -- and, if you’re lucky, maybe get some code to steal. In short, you want ASP.NET 2.0 Everyday Applications for Dummies.
Doug Lowe teaches ASP.NET through eight non-trivial projects: from user authentication to product catalogs, from database maintenance and reporting to blogging and online photo albums. For each, he walks through all relevant design, user interface, and database considerations. You’ll find diagrams showing the flow of application pages; database scripts; .aspx files; even (where needed) C# and VB.NET code-behind listings.
One nice touch: Lowe’s list of ten “rookie mistakes” and how to avoid them. Another nice touch: his database design tips -- invaluable for all those web application designers who aren’t database experts. Bill Camarda, from the April 2006 Read Only