ASP.NET 4 Unleashed [NOOK Book]

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The most comprehensive book on Microsoft’s new ASP.NET 4, ASP.NET 4 Unleashed covers all facets of ASP.NET development. Led by Microsoft ASP.NET program manager Stephen Walther, an expert author team thoroughly covers the entire platform.

 

The authors first introduce the ASP.NET Framework’s basic controls and show how to create common site-wide layouts and styles. Next, they cover all aspects of accessing, presenting, organizing, and editing data. You’ll find thorough and ...

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Overview

The most comprehensive book on Microsoft’s new ASP.NET 4, ASP.NET 4 Unleashed covers all facets of ASP.NET development. Led by Microsoft ASP.NET program manager Stephen Walther, an expert author team thoroughly covers the entire platform.

 

The authors first introduce the ASP.NET Framework’s basic controls and show how to create common site-wide layouts and styles. Next, they cover all aspects of accessing, presenting, organizing, and editing data. You’ll find thorough and practical sections on building custom components and controls, providing effective site navigation, securing sites and applications, and much more. This book presents hundreds of realistic code examples, reflecting the authors’ unsurpassed experience with ASP.NET both inside and outside Microsoft.

  • Build interactive Web Forms, validate form data, and upload files
  • Provide interactive calendars, wizards, site maps, and other valuable features
  • Design efficient, maintainable sites with Master Pages and Themes
  • Build data-driven applications with database controls, ADO.NET data access components, QueryExtender, LINQ to SQL, and WCF Data Services
  • Generate charts on the fly with the new Chart Control
  • Extend ASP.NET with custom controls and reusable components
  • Create site registration and authentication systems that store membership data in SQL Server or Active Directory
  • Use URL Routing to build dynamism, flexibility, readability, and SEO-friendliness into your URLs
  • Improve performance and scalability with caching and preloading
  • Maintain state with cookies, cookieless session state, and profiles
  • Localize, configure, package, and deploy ASP.NET applications
  • Use the ASP.NET MVC Framework to improve agility, testability, speed to market, and extensibility
  • Retrofit existing ASP.NET applications with Ajax and build pure client-side Ajax web applications
  • Construct a complete ASP.NET 4 website from start to finish
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780132565820
  • Publisher: Pearson Education
  • Publication date: 10/26/2010
  • Series: Unleashed
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1920
  • File size: 106 MB
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Meet the Author

Stephen Walther is a Senior Program Manager on the Microsoft ASP.NET team. He works on ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET Ajax. Before joining Microsoft, his company provided training and consulting for organizations such as NASA, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, the National Science Foundation, and Verizon. Walther got his start with the World Wide Web by dropping out of MIT and developing two large commercial websites. He created the Collegescape website, used by more than 200 colleges (including Harvard, Stanford, and MIT) to accept online college applications. He also developed the CityAuction website, the auction website used by both Snap! and CitySearch. He is the author of several editions of ASP.NET Unleashed.

 

Kevin Hoffman has been programming since he was 10 years old, when he got his hands on a Commodore VIC-20 and learned BASIC. He has eaten, slept, and breathed code ever since. He has written applications for scientific instruments, military applications, small businesses, and Fortune 500 enterprises on virtually every platform and language ranging from Symbol Barcode readers running PalmOS to the iPhone, ASP.NET, Rails, and everything in between. Kevin is the chief systems architect for Exclaim Computing, where he builds custom architectures and application solutions for a wide range of clients and industries. He regularly contributes to articles for magazines such as MSDN Magazine and is the author of the Kotan Code blog (http://www.kotancode.com).

 

Nate Dudek is the development lead for Exclaim Computing, a company focused on providing technology solutions for a variety of platforms, including mobile, web, enterprise, and cloud computing. He has presented at conferences, written several articles, and is constantly mentoring and teaching developers on software development best practices, software architecture, and new technologies.

 

For the past ten years, Nate has architected and developed software for a variety of industries, including real-time systems for power utilities, enterprise resource planning systems for service-based companies, and eCommerce systems for web businesses. He holds a B.S. degree in computer science from Clarkson University with a minor in software engineering and mathematics. Nate writes about all areas of technology on his blog, Caffeine Dependency Injection, at http://www.caffeinedi.com.

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Table of Contents

Introduction 1

Part I Building ASP.NET Pages

1 Overview of the ASP.NET Framework 5

ASP.NET and the .NET Framework 9

Understanding the Framework Class Library 9

Understanding the Common Language Runtime 17

Understanding ASP.NET Controls 19

Overview of ASP.NET Controls 19

Understanding HTML Controls 21

Understanding and Handling Control Events 22

Understanding View State 28

Understanding ASP.NET Pages 34

Understanding Dynamic Compilation 34

Understanding Control Trees 38

Using Code-Behind Pages 39

Handling Page Events 44

Using the Page.IsPostBack Property 46

Debugging and Tracing ASP.NET Pages 48

Tracing Page Execution 52

Installing ASP.NET 55

Summary 57

2 Using the Standard Controls 59

Displaying Information 59

Using the Label Control 60

Using the Literal Control 65

Accepting User Input 68

Using the TextBox Control 68

Using the CheckBox Control 76

Using the RadioButton Control 79

Submitting Form Data 84

Using the Button Control 84

Using the LinkButton Control 86

Using the ImageButton Control 89

Using Client Scripts with Button Controls 94

Performing Cross-Page Posts 96

Specifying a Default Button 100

Handling the Command Event 101

Displaying Images 104

Using the Image Control 104

Using the ImageMap Control 106

Using the Panel Control 111

Using the HyperLink Control 118

Summary 119

3 Using the Validation Controls 121

Overview of the Validation Controls 121

Validation Controls and JavaScript 126

Using Page.IsValid 126

Setting the Display Property 127

Highlighting Validation Errors 128

Using Validation Groups 133

Disabling Validation 138

Using the RequiredFieldValidator Control 139

Using the RangeValidator Control 143

Using the CompareValidator Control 146

Using the RegularExpressionValidator Control 151

Using the CustomValidator Control 154

Using the ValidationSummary Control 162

Creating Custom Validation Controls 167

Creating a LengthValidator Control 168

Creating an AjaxValidator Control 170

Summary 177

4 Using the Rich Controls 179

Accepting File Uploads 180

Saving Files to the File System 181

Saving Files to a Database 185

Uploading Large Files 189

Displaying a Calendar 195

Creating a Pop-Up Date Picker 199

Rendering a Calendar from a Database Table 202

Displaying Advertisements 207

Storing Advertisements in an XML File 208

Storing Advertisements in a Database Table 212

Tracking Impressions and Transfers 213

Displaying Different Page Views 220

Displaying a Tabbed Page View 220

Displaying a Multipart Form 223

Displaying a Wizard 226

Displaying Silverlight Content 231

Summary 234

Part II Designing ASP.NET Websites

5 Designing Websites with Master Pages 237

Creating Master Pages 238

Creating Default Content 242

Nesting Master Pages 245

Using Images and Hyperlinks in Master Pages 251

Registering Master Pages in Web Configuration 254

Modifying Master Page Content 255

Using the Title Attribute 255

Using the Page Header Property 256

Exposing Master Page Properties 258

Using FindControl with Master Pages 261

Loading Master Pages Dynamically 263

Loading Master Pages Dynamically for Multiple Content Pages 266

Summary 268

6 Designing Websites with Themes 269

Creating Themes 270

Adding Skins to Themes 270

Creating Named Skins 273

Themes Versus StyleSheetThemes 275

Disabling Themes 277

Registering Themes in the Web Configuration File 280

Adding Cascading Style Sheets to Themes 281

Adding Multiple Cascading Style Sheets to a Theme 285

Changing Page Layouts with Cascading Style Sheets 285

Creating Global Themes 290

Applying Themes Dynamically 291

Applying Skins Dynamically 293

Summary 298

7 Creating Custom Controls with User Controls 299

Creating User Controls 300

Registering User Controls in the Web Configuration File 303

Exposing Properties from a User Control 304

Exposing Events from a User Control 307

Creating an AddressForm Control 311

AJAX and User Controls 317

Dynamically Loading User Controls 320

Using the Reference Directive 322

Creating a Multipage Wizard 327

Summary 336

Part III Performing Data Access

8 Overview of Data Access 337

Using DataBound Controls 337

Working with List Controls 338

Working with Tabular DataBound Controls 341

Working with Hierarchical DataBound Controls 345

Working with Other Controls 348

Using DataSource Controls 351

Using ASP.NET Parameters with DataSource Controls 353

Using Programmatic DataBinding 356

Understanding Templates and DataBinding Expressions 358

Using Templates 359

Using DataBinding Expressions 362

Using Two-Way DataBinding Expressions 366

Overview of SQL Server 2008 Express 369

Features of SQL Server Express 369

SQL Server 2008 Express Management Tools 370

Server Databases Versus Local Databases 371

Sample Database-Driven Web Application 375

Summary 378

9 Using the SqlDataSource Control 379

Creating Database Connections 380

Connecting to Microsoft SQL Server 380

Connecting to Other Databases 384

Storing Connection Strings in the Web Configuration File 386

Encrypting Connection Strings 388

Executing Database Commands 389

Executing Inline SQL Statements 389

Executing Stored Procedures 392

Filtering Database Rows 395

Changing the Data Source Mode 397

Handling SQL Command Execution Errors 398

Canceling Command Execution 403

Using ASP.NET Parameters with the SqlDataSource Control 406

Using the ASP.NET Parameter Object 406

Using the ASP.NET ControlParameter Object 410

Using the ASP.NET CookieParameter Object 415

Using the ASP.NET FormParameter Object 417

Using the ASP.NET ProfileParameter Object 420

Using the QueryStringParameter Object 422

Using the SessionParameter Object 424

Programmatically Executing SqlDataSource Commands 426

Adding ADO.NET Parameters 426

Executing Insert, Update, and Delete Commands 428

Executing Select Commands 430

Caching Database Data with the SqlDataSource Control 435

Summary 438

10 Using List Controls 439

Overview of the List Controls 439

Declaring List Items 439

Binding to a Data Source 442

Determining the Selected List Item 446

Appending Data Items 450

Enabling Automatic PostBacks 452

Using the Items Collection 454

Working with the DropDownList Control 458

Working with the RadioButtonList Control 461

Working with the ListBox Control 463

Working with the CheckBoxList Control 467

Working with the BulletedList Control 470

Creating a Custom List Control 475

Summary 484

11 Using the GridView Control 485

GridView Control Fundamentals 486

Displaying Data 486

Selecting Data 489

Using Data Keys 492

Sorting Data 495

Paging Through Data 501

Editing Data 510

Displaying Empty Data 514

Formatting the GridView Control 519

Using ViewState with the GridView Control 521

Using Fields with the GridView Control 522

Using BoundFields 523

Using CheckBoxFields 526

Using CommandFields 527

Using Button Fields 530

Using HyperLink Fields 534

Using ImageFields 539

Using TemplateFields 543

Working with GridView Control Events 546

Highlighting GridView Rows 547

Displaying Column Summaries 550

Displaying Nested Master/Details Forms 552

Extending the GridView Control 555

Creating a LongTextField 556

Creating a DeleteButtonField 560

Creating a ValidatedField 563

Summary 566

12 Using the DetailsView and FormView Controls 567

Using the DetailsView Control 567

Displaying Data with the DetailsView Control 567

Using Fields with the DetailsView Control 571

Displaying Empty Data with the DetailsView Control 573

Paging through Data with the DetailsView Control 576

Updating Data with the DetailsView Control 584

Inserting Data with the DetailsView Control 593

Deleting Data with the DetailsView Control 597

Working with DetailsView Control Events 598

Formatting the DetailsView Control 601

Using the FormView Control 604

Displaying Data with the FormView Control 605

Paging Through Data with the FormView Control 607

Editing Data with the FormView Control 612

Inserting Data with the FormView Control 616

Deleting Data with the FormView Control 619

Summary 622

13 Using the Repeater and DataList Controls 623

Using the Repeater Control 623

Displaying Data with the Repeater Control 624

Using Templates with the Repeater Control 627

Handling Repeater Control Events 633

Using the DataList Control 640

Displaying Data with the DataList Control 640

Displaying Data in Multiple Columns 644

Using Templates with the DataList Control 645

Selecting Data with the DataList Control 648

Editing Data with the DataList Control 651

Formatting the DataList Control 657

Summary 660

14 Using the ListView and DataPager Controls 661

Using the ListView Control 661

Using the LayoutTemplate and ItemTemplate 662

Using the GroupTemplate 666

Selecting a Row 669

Sorting Database Data 672

Editing Database Data 675

Using the DataPager Control 681

Creating a Custom User Interface for Paging 684

Data Source Paging with the DataPager Control 686

Summary 688

15 Using the Chart Control 689

Chart Control Fundamentals 690

Displaying Data with the Chart Control 690

Sorting and Filtering Data 694

Using Statistical Formulas 698

Customizing a Chart’s Appearance 704

Customizing the Background and Plotting Area 704

Three-Dimensional Charts 708

Drill-Down Reports 709

Summary 710

16 Using the QueryExtender Control 711

Introduction to the QueryExtender Control 711

Querying Data with Declarative Syntax 712

Querying with the ControlFilterExpression 712

Querying with the CustomExpression 712

Querying with the DynamicFilterExpression 713

Querying with the MethodExpression 713

Sorting with the OrderByExpression 714

Querying with the PropertyExpression 715

Querying with the RangeExpression 715

Querying with the SearchExpression 716

Building a Sample Page with the QueryExtender Control 717

Summary 720

Part IV Building Components

17 Building Components 721

Building Basic Components 722

Components and Dynamic Compilation 724

Mixing Different Language Components in the App_Code Folder 725

Declaring Methods 726

Declaring Fields and Properties 728

Declaring Constructors 733

Overloading Methods and Constructors 734

Declaring Namespaces 736

Creating Partial Classes 738

Inheritance and Abstract Classes 739

Declaring Interfaces 742

Using Access Modifiers 743

Intellisense and Components 744

Using ASP.NET Intrinsics in a Component 746

Building Component Libraries 749

Compiling Component Libraries 750

Adding a Reference to a Class Library 753

Architectural Considerations 757

Building Multitier Applications 757

Creating the User Interface Layer 758

Creating the Business Logic Layer 761

Creating the Data Access Layer 765

Summary 769

18 Using the ObjectDataSource Control 771

Representing Objects with the ObjectDataSource Control 772

Binding to a Component 772

Binding to a DataReader 774

Binding to a DataSet 776

Binding to a LINQ to SQL Query 778

Binding to a Web Service 779

Using Parameters with the ObjectDataSource Control 783

Using Different Parameter Types 787

Passing Objects as Parameters 790

Paging, Sorting, and Filtering Data with the ObjectDataSource Control 795

User Interface Paging 795

Data Source Paging 798

User Interface Sorting 805

Data Source Sorting 808

Filtering Data 813

Handling ObjectDataSource Control Events 817

Adding and Modifying Parameters 818

Handling Method Errors 822

Handling the ObjectCreating Event 826

Concurrency and the ObjectDataSource Control 828

Extending the ObjectDataSource Control 832

Creating a Custom ObjectDataSource Control 832

Creating Custom Parameter Objects 835

Summary 841

19 Building Data Access Components with ADO.NET 843

Connected Data Access 844

Using the Connection Object 848

Using the Command Object 859

Using the DataReader Object 881

Disconnected Data Access 888

Using the DataAdapter Object 889

Using the DataTable Object 896

Using the DataView Object 906

Using the DataSet Object 908

Executing Asynchronous Database Commands 911

Using Asynchronous ADO.NET Methods 912

Using Asynchronous ASP.NET Pages 914

Building Database Objects with the .NET Framework 918

Enabling CLR Integration 918

Creating User-Defined Types with .NET Framework 919

Building a Data Access Layer with a User-Defined Type 924

Creating Stored Procedures with .NET Framework 928

Creating the Stored Procedure Assembly 928

Summary 934

20 Data Access with LINQ to SQL 935

New C# and VB.NET Language Features 936

Understanding Automatic Properties 936

Understanding Initializers 937

Understanding Type Inference 939

Understanding Anonymous Types 940

Understanding Generics 941

Understanding Lambda Expressions 944

Understanding Extension Methods 948

Understanding LINQ 949

Creating LINQ to SQL Entities 951

Building Entities by Hand 952

Building Entities with the LINQ to SQL Designer 956

Building Entity Associations 959

Using the LinqDataSource Control 960

Performing Standard Database Commands with LINQ to SQL 964

LINQ to Objects Versus LINQ to SQL 964

Selecting with LINQ to SQL 965

Inserting with LINQ to SQL 973

Updating with LINQ to SQL 976

Deleting with LINQ to SQL 981

Dynamic Queries 983

Debugging LINQ to SQL 987

Creating a Custom LINQ Entity Base Class 991

Using the Entity Base Class 991

Performing Standard Data-Access Operations with the EntityBase Class 992

Performing Validation with the EntityBase Class 994

Summary 1000

21 Data Access with WCF Data Services 1001

Overview of WCF Data Services 1001

Using Data Services with a Service Reference 1002

Using Data Services with a Data Context 1007

Summary 1009

Part V Site Navigation

22 Using the Navigation Controls 1011

Understanding Site Maps 1011

Using the SiteMapPath Control 1013

Formatting the SiteMapPath Control 1016

Using the Menu Control 1020

Declaratively Adding Menu Items 1021

Using the Menu Control with the MultiView Control 1024

Binding to a Site Map 1027

Binding to an XML File 1031

Binding to Database Data 1035

Formatting the Menu Control 1040

Using Templates with the Menu Control 1046

Using the TreeView Control 1049

Declaratively Adding Tree Nodes 1049

Displaying Check Boxes with the TreeView Control 1054

Binding to a Site Map 1057

Binding to an XML File 1058

Binding to Database Data 1061

Using Populate On Demand and AJAX 1064

Formatting the TreeView Control 1070

Building a SQL Hierarchical Data Source Control 1077

Summary 1081

23 Using Site Maps 1083

Using the SiteMapDataSource Control 1084

Setting SiteMapDataSource Properties 1086

Using the SiteMap Class 1090

Using the SiteMapNode Class 1093

Advanced Site Map Configuration 1095

Using Security Trimming 1096

Merging Multiple Site Maps 1101

Creating Custom Site Map Attributes 1103

Creating Custom Site Map Providers 1105

Creating the AutoSiteMapProvider 1106

Creating the SqlSiteMapProvider 1111

Generating a Google SiteMap File 1116

Summary 1120

24 Advanced Navigation 1123

Remapping URLs 1124

Creating a Custom UrlRemapper Module 1127

Using the VirtualPathProvider Class 1132

Limitations of the VirtualPathProvider Class 1133

Understanding the VirtualPathProvider Class 1133

Registering a VirtualPathProvider Class 1135

Summary 1136

25 Using the ASP.NET URL Routing Engine 1137

Introduction to URL Routing 1137

Basic URL Routing Scenarios 1139

Mapping Basic URLs 1139

Mapping URLs with Parameters 1140

Mapping URLs with Multiple Segments 1141

Linking to Other Pages with Routes 1142

Advanced URL Routing 1143

Using Routes with Default Parameters 1143

Using Constrained Routes 1144

Security Concerns with Routes 1146

Summary 1146

Part VI Security

26 Using the Login Controls 1147

Overview of the Login Controls 1148

Using the Login Control 1152

Automatically Redirecting a User to the Referring Page 1155

Automatically Hiding the Login Control from Authenticated Users 1155

Using a Template with the Login Control 1157

Performing Custom Authentication with the Login Control 1160

Using the CreateUserWizard Control 1162

Configuring Create User Form Fields 1163

Sending a Create User Email Message 1166

Automatically Redirecting a User to the Referring Page 1169

Automatically Generating a Password 1171

Using Templates with the CreateUserWizard Control 1177

Adding Steps to the CreateUserWizard Control 1181

Using the LoginStatus Control 1183

Using the LoginName Control 1185

Using the ChangePassword Control 1186

Sending a Change Password Email 1188

Using Templates with the ChangePassword Control 1190

Using the PasswordRecovery Control 1193

Sending the Original Password 1195

Requiring a Security Question and Answer 1196

Using Templates with the PasswordRecovery Control 1197

Using the LoginView Control 1199

Using Roles with the LoginView Control 1201

Summary 1204

27 Using ASP.NET Membership 1205

Configuring Authentication 1206

Configuring Forms Authentication 1207

Using Cookieless Forms Authentication 1209

Using Sliding Expiration with Forms Authentication 1210

Using Forms Authentication Across Applications 1210

Using Forms Authentication Across Domains 1214

Using the FormsAuthentication Class 1216

Using the User Class 1220

Configuring Authorization 1221

Authorizing by Role 1223

Authorizing Files by Location 1224

Using Authorization with Images and Other File Types 1225

Using ASP.NET Membership 1226

Using the Membership Application Programming Interface 1227

Encrypting and Hashing User Passwords 1232

Modifying User Password Requirements 1234

Locking Out Bad Users 1235

Configuring the SQLMembershipProvider 1237

Configuring the ActiveDirectoryMembershipProvider 1239

Creating a Custom Membership Provider 1244

Using the Role Manager 1246

Configuring the SqlRoleProvider 1247

Configuring the WindowsTokenRoleProvider 1252

Configuring the AuthorizationStoreRoleProvider 1254

Caching Roles in a Browser Cookie 1256

Using the Roles Application Programming Interface 1258

Summary 1260

Part VII Building ASP.NET Applications

28 Maintaining Application State 1263

Using Browser Cookies 1264

Cookie Security Restrictions 1265

Creating Cookies 1266

Reading Cookies 1269

Setting Cookie Properties 1272

Deleting Cookies 1273

Working with Multivalued Cookies 1275

Using Session State 1279

Storing Database Data in Session State 1281

Using the Session Object 1284

Handling Session Events 1285

Controlling When a Session Times Out 1287

Using Cookieless Session State 1288

Configuring a Session State Store 1290

Configuring SQL Server Session State 1294

Using Profiles 1297

Creating Profile Groups 1301

Supporting Anonymous Users 1303

Migrating Anonymous Profiles 1307

Inheriting a Profile from a Custom Class 1308

Creating Complex Profile Properties 1310

Saving Profiles Automatically 1317

Accessing Profiles from Components 1321

Using the Profile Manager 1323

Configuring the Profile Provider 1326

Creating a Custom Profile Provider 1327

Summary 1332

29 Caching Application Pages and Data 1335

Overview of Caching 1335

Using Page Output Caching 1337

Varying the Output Cache by Parameter 1338

Varying the Output Cache by Control 1342

Varying the Output Cache by Header 1345

Varying the Output Cache by Browser 1346

Varying the Output Cache by a Custom Function 1347

Specifying the Cache Location 1349

Creating a Page Output Cache File Dependency 1351

Expiring the Page Output Cache Programmatically 1353

Manipulating the Page Output Cache Programmatically 1358

Creating Page Output Cache Profiles 1360

Using Partial Page Caching 1361

Using Post-Cache Substitution 1362

Caching with a User Control 1366

Sharing a User Control Output Cache 1370

Manipulating a User Control Cache Programmatically 1370

Creating a User Control Cache File Dependency 1372

Caching Dynamically Loaded User Controls 1373

Using DataSource Caching 1375

Using an Absolute Cache Expiration Policy 1376

Using a Sliding Cache Expiration Policy 1378

Caching with the ObjectDataSource Control 1380

Caching with the XmlDataSource Control 1382

Creating a DataSource Control Key Dependency 1383

Using Data Caching 1387

Using the Cache Application Programming Interface 1387

Adding Items to the Cache 1390

Adding Items with an Absolute Expiration Policy 1390

Adding Items with a Sliding Expiration Policy 1393

Adding Items with Dependencies 1394

Specifying Cache Item Priorities 1396

Configuring the Cache 1397

Using SQL Cache Dependencies 1399

Using Polling SQL Cache Dependencies 1399

Configuring Polling SQL Cache Dependencies 1400

Using Polling SQL Cache Dependencies with Page Output Caching 1403

Using Polling SQL Cache Dependencies with DataSource Caching 1405

Using Polling SQL Cache Dependencies with Data Caching.........1406

Using Push SQL Cache Dependencies 1408

Configuring Push SQL Cache Dependencies 1409

Using Push SQL Cache Dependencies with Page Output Caching 1411

Using Push SQL Cache Dependencies with DataSource Caching 1412

Using Push SQL Cache Dependencies with Data Caching 1415

Summary 1416

30 Localizing Applications for Multiple Languages 1419

Setting the Current Culture 1420

Setting a Culture Manually 1421

Automatically Detecting a Culture 1428

Setting the Culture in the Web Configuration File 1432

Culture and ASP.NET Controls 1433

Using the CultureInfo Class 1434

Using the CultureInfo Class to Format String Values 1435

Comparing and Sorting String Values 1437

Creating Local Resources 1438

Explicit Localization Expressions 1438

Implicit Localization Expressions 1441

Using Local Resources with Page Properties 1443

Retrieving Local Resources Programmatically 1444

Creating Global Resources 1446

Retrieving Global Resources Programmatically 1448

Using Strongly Typed Localization Expressions 1449

Using the Localize Control 1450

Summary 1452

31 Working with the HTTP Runtime 1453

Creating a Custom BuildProvider 1454

Creating a Simple BuildProvider 1454

Creating a Data Access Component BuildProvider 1458

Creating a Custom ExpressionBuilder 1464

Creating a Lookup ExpressionBuilder 1465

Creating HTTP Handlers 1470

Creating a Generic Handler 1470

Implementing the IHttpHandler Interface 1473

Creating an Asynchronous HTTP Handler 1478

Working with HTTP Applications and HTTP Modules 1482

Creating a Global.asax File 1483

Creating Custom HTTP Modules 1487

Summary 1489

32 Building Dynamic Data Applications 1491

Introducing ASP.NET Dynamic Data 1491

Building a Dynamic Data Application 1492

Working with Dynamic Data Templates 1496

Making Shared Template Changes 1497

Creating Type and Entity-Specific Templates 1497

Summary 1500

33 Building ASP.NET MVC Applications 1501

Introducing the ASP.NET MVC Framework 1501

Models 1502

Views 1502

Controllers 1502

Creating Your First ASP.NET MVC Application 1502

Building an MVC Page 1505

Accepting Form Input 1507

Summary 1509

34 Configuring Applications 1511

Overview of Website Configuration 1511

Using the Web Site Administration Tool 1513

Using the ASP.NET Microsoft Management Console Snap-In 1514

ASP.NET Configuration Sections 1515

Applying Configuration Settings to a Particular Path 1517

Locking Configuration Settings 1518

Adding Custom Application Settings 1520

Placing Configuration Settings in an External File 1522

Using the Configuration API 1523

Reading Configuration Sections from the Current Application 1524

Opening a Configuration File 1529

Opening a Configuration File on a Remote Server 1533

Using the Configuration Class 1536

Modifying Configuration Sections 1539

Provisioning a New Website 1543

Creating Custom Configuration Sections 1546

Creating a Configuration Element Collection 1551

Creating Encrypted Configuration Sections 1556

Encrypting Sections with the aspnet_regiis Tool 1557

Encrypting Sections Programmatically 1558

Deploying Encrypted Web Configuration Files 1561

Summary 1564

35 Deploying ASP.NET Web Applications 1565

Packaging Web Applications 1565

Using Web.config Transformations 1569

Deploying Databases 1571

One-Click Publishing Web Applications 1572

Summary 1573

Part VIII Custom Control Building

36 Building Custom Controls 1575

Overview of Custom Control Building 1575

Building Fully Rendered Controls 1576

Building Composite Controls 1587

Building Hybrid Controls 1590

View State and Control State 1596

Supporting View State 1596

Supporting Control State 1599

Processing Postback Data and Events 1602

Handling Postback Data 1602

Handling Postback Events 1606

Working with Control Property Collections 1618

Using the ParseChildren Attribute 1618

Using the AddParsedSubObject() Method 1626

Using a ControlBuilder 1626

Creating a Better Designer Experience 1631

Applying Design-Time Attributes to a Control 1631

Creating Control Designers 1636

Creating a Container ControlDesigner 1636

Adding Smart Tasks 1640

Summary 1645

37 Building Templated Databound Controls 1647

Creating Templated Controls 1647

Implementing the ITemplate Interface 1648

Creating a Default Template 1652

Supporting Simplified Databinding 1656

Supporting Two-Way Databinding 1660

Creating Templated Databound Controls 1666

Creating a DivView Control 1667

Summary 1672

Part IX ASP.NET AJAX

38 Using Server-Side ASP.NET AJAX 1673

The Ajax Vision 1674

Server-Side Ajax Versus Client-Side Ajax 1675

Debugging Ajax Applications 1675

Using the UpdatePanel Control 1677

Specifying UpdatePanel Triggers 1686

Nesting UpdatePanel Controls 1688

Updating UpdatePanels Programmatically 1692

UpdatePanels and JavaScript 1694

UpdatePanel Server-Side Page Execution Life Cycle 1697

UpdatePanel Client-Side Page Execution Life Cycle 1700

Canceling the Current Asynchronous Postback 1707

Aborting the Previous Asynchronous Postback 1710

Passing Additional Information During an Asynchronous Postback 1712

Handling UpdatePanel Errors Gracefully 1714

UpdatePanel Performance 1720

Using the Timer Control 1724

Using the UpdateProgress Control 1728

Summary 1731

39 Using the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit 1733

Using the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit 1734

Overview of the Toolkit Controls 1737

Using the AutoComplete Control 1739

Using the AutoCompleteExtender with a Page Method 1740

Using the AutoCompleteExtender with a Web Service Method 1743

Using Text and Value Pairs with the AutoCompleteExtender 1746

Using the DragPanel Control 1750

Using the FilteredTextBox Control 1754

Using the MaskedEdit Control 1756

Using the Animation Control 1759

Using the UpdatePanelAnimation Control 1764

Summary 1768

40 Client-Side Ajax with jQuery 1769

What Is jQuery? 1769

Using the jQuery Library 1770

Creating a jQuery File 1771

The $ Method and $(document).ready() 1773

jQuery Selectors 1774

Calling Web Services from the Client 1776

Calling an External Web Service 1776

Calling a Static Page Method 1780

Summary 1781

Index 1783

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