Mastering Asp.Net with Visual C#

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In recent years, creating dynamic, server-side web applications has become the most vital part of web development. Now, thanks to ASP.NET and Visual C#, you can build cleaner, more powerful web applications, and you can do it more quickly than ever before. Mastering ASP.NET with C# is an essential guide to harnessing the power of the .NET Framework to develop and consume Web Services of all kinds. This book is packed with the skills you need to get started creating ASP.NET applications, including using Web Forms,...

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Overview

In recent years, creating dynamic, server-side web applications has become the most vital part of web development. Now, thanks to ASP.NET and Visual C#, you can build cleaner, more powerful web applications, and you can do it more quickly than ever before. Mastering ASP.NET with C# is an essential guide to harnessing the power of the .NET Framework to develop and consume Web Services of all kinds. This book is packed with the skills you need to get started creating ASP.NET applications, including using Web Forms, connecting to databases with ADO.NET, and working with XML.

Coverage Includes:
* Using the ASP.NET intrinsic objects
* Employing the ASP.NET Server controls
* Using HTML controls
* Saving state data with cookies
* Uploading files
* Sending email
* Retrieving and displaying data from databases
* Building User and Composite controls
* Building custom controls
* Managing multiple ASP.NET configuration files
* Building a custom configuration section handler
* Creating Web Services
* Consuming Web Services from Web Forms, Windows Forms, and COM applications

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780782129892
  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Publication date: 6/13/2002
  • Series: Mastering Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 846
  • Sales rank: 1,137,838
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Meet the Author

A. Russell Jones, Ph.D., a confessed former zookeeper and professional musician, now composes computer applications. He is the Executive Editor for DevX.com, the leading website for professional developers. He writes articles regularly and is the author of Sybex's Mastering ASP.NET with VB.NET, Mastering Active Server Pages 3, and the Visual Basic Developer's Guide to ASP and IIS.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Pt. 1 Basic Web Programming 1
Ch. 1 Behind the Scenes: How Web Applications Work 3
Ch. 2 HTML Basics 19
Ch. 3 Brief Guide to Dynamic Web Applications 77
Pt. 2 Server-Side Web Programming with Visual C# 91
Ch. 4 Introduction to ASP.NET 93
Ch. 5 Introduction to Web Forms 113
Ch. 6 Introduction to the System.Web Namespace 139
Ch. 7 The SessionState Object 187
Ch. 8 The HttpServerUtility Object 215
Ch. 9 Debugging ASP.NET and Error Handling 235
Ch. 10 File and Event Log Access with ASP.NET 267
Ch. 11 Sending and Receiving Messages with ASP.NET 311
Pt. 3 Accessing Data with ASP.NET 345
Ch. 12 Introduction to Relational Databases and SQL 347
Ch. 13 Introduction to ADO.NET 369
Ch. 14 Accessing Data 399
Ch. 15 Using XML in Web Applications 451
Pt. 4 C# Web Applications 483
Ch. 16 Introduction to C# Web Applications 485
Ch. 17 State Maintenance and Cacheing 513
Ch. 18 Controlling Access and Monitoring 549
Ch. 19 Planning Applications 579
Pt. 5 Advanced Visual C# Web Applications 595
Ch. 20 Leveraging Browser Clients 597
Ch. 21 Web Services 635
Ch. 22 Web Services, COM Components, and the SOAP Toolkit 667
Ch. 23 Build Your Own Web Controls 683
Ch. 24 Efficiency and Scalability 711
Afterword 723
Pt. 6 Appendices 727
App. A Quick HTML Reference 729
App. B JScript 5.5 Reference 755
Index 785
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