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Beginning ASP.NET 4 in C# 2010
     

Beginning ASP.NET 4 in C# 2010

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by Matthew MacDonald
 

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The most up-to-date and comprehensive introductory ASP.NET book you’ll find on any shelf, Beginning ASP.NET 4 in C# 2010 guides you through Microsoft’s latest technology for building dynamic web sites. Learn how to build sophisticated web pages quickly and easily using the most powerful tools available.

Starting with the basics, this book

Overview

The most up-to-date and comprehensive introductory ASP.NET book you’ll find on any shelf, Beginning ASP.NET 4 in C# 2010 guides you through Microsoft’s latest technology for building dynamic web sites. Learn how to build sophisticated web pages quickly and easily using the most powerful tools available.

Starting with the basics, this book provides exhaustive coverage of ASP.NET, guiding you from your first steps right through to advanced techniques - such as making database queries from within a web page, tuning your website for optimal performance and deploying your website to production servers.

Within these pages, 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 fully explains the crucial coding techniques of object-orientation and code-behind on which your future as a successful ASP.NET developer relies.

What you’ll learn

  • How to build well-structured ASP.NET 4 applications including how to incorporate data from databases, XML files, web services, and other services.
  • A solid understanding of key ASP.NET concepts such as master pages, themes, state management, session state, and error handling, and of which techniques work best in which situations.
  • How to improve the user experience of your pages through the use of ASP.NET AJAX.


Who this book is for

This book is ideal for anyone new to .NET development who wants to learn how ASP.NET works. No prior programming knowledge is assumed and all concepts are explained from first principals.

Table of Contents


    Part 1: Introducing .NET
    1. The .NET Framework
    2. The C# Language
    3. Types, Objects, and Namespaces


    Part 2: Developing ASP.NET Applications
    1. Visual Studio
    2. Web Form Fundamentals
    3. Web Controls
    4. Error Handling, Logging, and Tracing
    5. State Management


    Part 3: Building Better Web Forms
    1. Validation
    2. Rich Controls
    3. User Controls and Graphics
    4. Styles, Themes, and Master Pages
    5. Website Navigation


    Part 4: Working with Data
    1. ADO.NET Fundamentals
    2. Data Binding
    3. The Data Controls
    4. Files and Streams
    5. XML


    Part 5: Website Security
    1. Security Fundamentals
    2. Membership
    3. Profiles


    Part 6: Advanced ASP.NET
    1. Advanced ASP.NET Components
    2. Caching
    3. LINQ and the Entity Framework
    4. ASP.NET AJAX
    5. Deploying ASP.NET Applications

    Product Details

    ISBN-13:
    9781430226086
    Publisher:
    Apress
    Publication date:
    08/30/2010
    Edition description:
    2010
    Pages:
    1016
    Product dimensions:
    7.50(w) x 9.20(h) x 2.20(d)

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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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    Beginning ASP.NET 4 in C# 2010 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
    mpiscatello More than 1 year ago
    Matthew MacDonald has created a great instructional guide and reference for ASP.NET and C#. Mr. MacDonald's book provides thorough coverage of all the important ASP.NET topics (Forms, Controls, Data Acces, Navigation, Security, and more) as well as a very good overview of C#. Many technical books give a brief overview of the technology and then dedicate the rest of the book to creating a demo application. Mr MacDonald takes a different approach. He provides clear and concise examples for each topic. This makes for a great reference since the reader can look at a complete working example of what they trying to accomplish. Mr. MacDonald also provides useful instructions and tips for using Visual Studio 2010. Overall I found the book to be very readable - a nice combination of technical enough to keep an experienced developer interested, but simple enough to introduce new concepts in an understandable fashion. This book is good for someone with some web development experience as well as an experienced web developer hoping to get exposure to a new technology or refresh and update their existing knowledge.