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Overview

The most up-to-date and comprehensive introductory ASP.NET book you'll find on any shelf, Beginning ASP.NET 1.1 in C# guides you through Microsoft's technology for building dynamic websites. This book will enable you to build dynamic web pages on the fly, and it assumes only the most basic knowledge of C#.

Beginning ASP.NET 1.1 in C# provides exhaustive coverage of ASP.NET, guiding you from your first steps right up to the most advanced techniques, such as querying databases from within a web page and performance-tuning your site. You’ll find tips for best practices and comprehensive discussions of key database and XML principles you need to know in order to be effective with ASP.NET. The book also emphasizes the invaluable coding techniques of object orientation and code behind, which will start you off on the track to building real-world websites right from the beginning—rather than just faking it with simplified coding practices.

By the time you’ve finished the book, you will have mastered the core techniques and have all the knowledge you need to begin work as a professional ASP.NET developer.

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Meet the Author

Matthew MacDonald is an author,educator, and MCSD developer who has a passion for emerging technologies. He isthe author of more than a dozen books about .NET programming. In a dimly-remembered past life, he studied English literature and theoretical physics.
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Table of Contents

Pt. 1 ASP.NET introduction 1
Ch. 1 The .NET framework 3
Ch. 2 Setting up Internet information services and ASP.NET 19
Ch. 3 Learning the C# language 43
Ch. 4 Types, objects, and namespaces 75
Pt. 2 Developing ASP.NET applications 101
Ch. 5 ASP.NET applications 103
Ch. 6 Web form fundamentals 139
Ch. 7 Web controls 173
Ch. 8 Using visual studio .NET 211
Ch. 9 Validation and rich controls 245
Ch. 10 State management 287
Ch. 11 Tracing, logging, and error handling 319
Ch. 12 Deploying ASP.NET 363
Pt. 3 Working with data 377
Ch. 13 Introducing ADO.NET 379
Ch. 14 ADO.NET data access 401
Ch. 15 Data binding 451
Ch. 16 The DataList, DataGrid, and repeater 477
Ch. 17 Files, streams, and email 523
Ch. 18 Using XML 553
Pt. 4 Web services 593
Ch. 19 Web services architecture 595
Ch. 20 Creating web services 611
Ch. 21 Using web services 639
Pt. 5 Advanced ASP.NET 667
Ch. 22 Component-based programming 669
Ch. 23 Custom controls 703
Ch. 24 Caching and performance tuning 749
Ch. 25 Implementing security 785
Ch. 26 The ASP.NET starter kits 823
Pt. 6 ASP.NET reference appendixes 863
App. A HTML server controls 865
App. B Web controls 881
App. C Configuration files 935
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 21, 2004

    just a few chapters are crucial

    If you want to make dynamic web pages and your machine is running .NET, then perhaps the best way is to use Active Server Pages. This actually predates .NET. But with the rise of .NET and its main language, C#, MacDonald shows how ASP.NET 1.1 has gained in power and ease of use. He takes 1000 pages to show this. Because Microsoft now offers a huge amount of functionality in ASP.NET and extensive integration into .NET. Like how Visual Studio can [should?] be used as your IDE to write C# code for your ASPs. By the way, despite what Microsoft has touted about how you have a choice of programming languages if you use .NET, it has become increasingly clear, via this book and others, that C# is the de facto choice. Chapters 7, 9, 10 and 11 are probably the key sections of the book. These actually focus on coding the ASP. And of these, chapter 10, on state management, may be the focal point, if you consider a set of ASPs as a finite state machine. So if you want to quickly learn ASPs, try concentrating on those chapters.

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