Beginning Visual Web Programming in VB .NET: From Novice to Professional

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Beginning Web Programming in VB .NET: From Novice to Professional will teach you the fundamentals of the web environment and how Visual Studio .NET (VS .NET) makes it accessible to VB programmers. You’ll build a working website that demonstrates all the elements of a VB web application. Author Daniel Cazzulino takes a step-by-step approach to each example to explore the essential technologies and how VS .NET helps to integrate them into a highly interactive, attractive web ...

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Overview

Beginning Web Programming in VB .NET: From Novice to Professional will teach you the fundamentals of the web environment and how Visual Studio .NET (VS .NET) makes it accessible to VB programmers. You’ll build a working website that demonstrates all the elements of a VB web application. Author Daniel Cazzulino takes a step-by-step approach to each example to explore the essential technologies and how VS .NET helps to integrate them into a highly interactive, attractive web application.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781590593592
  • Publisher: Apress
  • Publication date: 3/3/2005
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 648
  • Sales rank: 1,189,965
  • Product dimensions: 1.31 (w) x 7.50 (h) x 9.25 (d)

Meet the Author

Daniel Cazzulino (a.k.a. kzu) lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and is a senior architect, developer, and cofounder of Clarius Consulting S.A.. He has coauthored several books on web development and server controls with ASP.NET, written and reviewed many articles for ASP Today and C# Today, and currently enjoys sharing his .NET and XML experiences through his blog, kzu:dotnet.

Daniel works closely with Microsoft in key projects from the Patterns and Practices group. Microsoft rewarded him as "Most Valuable Professional" (MVP) on XML Technologies for his contributions to the community, mainly through the XML-savvy open source project, NMatrix, that he cofounded. He also started the promising MVP.XML project with fellow XML MVP experts worldwide. Surprisingly enough, Daniel is a lawyer who found a more exciting career as a developer and .NET/XML geek.

Victor Garcia Aprea is founder of Clarius Consulting, which provides training, consulting and development in Microsoft .NET technologies. Aprea has been involved with ASP.NET since its beginning, and he was named Microsoft "Most Valuable Professional" for ASP.NET in 2002 and 2003. Aprea has written books and articles and reviewed for numerous publishers. He is a regular speaker at Microsoft Argentina (MSDN DevDays, Ask the Experts panel, etc.) and .NET local user groups. Please read Victor's own blogs, or check out his Apress blogs. Or you may email him at vga@aspnet2.com.

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Table of Contents

Ch. 1 Environment and architecture 1
Ch. 2 Web development in .NET 29
Ch. 3 User interfaces and server controls 59
Ch. 4 ADO.NET 117
Ch. 5 Data binding 155
Ch. 6 ASP.NET state management 207
Ch. 7 Markup languages and XML 259
Ch. 8 XML and Web development 293
Ch. 9 Web services in Web applications 343
Ch. 10 ASP.NET authentication, authorization, and security 389
Ch. 11 Debugging and exception handing 421
Ch. 12 Caching and performance tuning 475
Ch. 13 Publishing Web applications in .NET 521
App. A The friends reunion application 567
App. B Management of IIS and MSDE 573
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 26, 2005

    covers XML and Web Services

    The title says 'beginning' but the authors actually take you to very important topics that are at the forefront of much Internet activity. Namely XML and Web Services. The book goes through a lot of necessary but mundane stuff concerning user interfaces, server control and ADO.NET. Yeah, to know VB.NET, you need this material. But more significant is the long exposition on XML. It is now a de facto standard for markup of structured data. Within the entire .NET portfolio, it is pervasive. And also in the J2EE world. The book shows how Microsoft has integrated web development and VB.NET tightly into using XML. Well worth understanding. The other big buzz is about Web Services. Here the discussion is not as indepth. The basics are covered. But Web Services Description Language is only tangentially invoked. And what is seeming to be a more powerful language, Business Process Execution Language, doesn't even rate a mention. Perhaps this is why the title says 'beginning'? There could well be a sequel in the works, to cover these.

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