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Pro ASP.NET 1.1 in VB.NET aims to be the definite reference for working developers in the field. Its compendium format covers every topic you are likely to come across in your day-to-day work, from handling data through to configuration and deployment.
The books goal is to act firstly as a tutorial guide that can be read from cover-to-cover, then secondly as a reference book that you can scan quickly to retrieve the answer to a specific problem as you work.
This book puts to use hard-won, real-world VB .NET experience, and demonstrates it clearly through numerous diagrams, screenshots, and working code samples.
This comprehensive reference is ideal for seasoned ASP.NET developers who perform real work on a daily basis.
|Ch. 1||Introducing ASP.NET||3|
|Ch. 2||Internet information services||31|
|Ch. 3||Visual Studio .NET||53|
|Ch. 4||The ASP.NET page||93|
|Ch. 5||ASP.NET controls||133|
|Ch. 6||ASP.NET applications||183|
|Ch. 7||State management||231|
|Ch. 8||ADO.NET fundamentals||273|
|Ch. 9||Disconnected data||311|
|Ch. 10||Data binding||349|
|Ch. 11||Advanced ADO.NET||407|
|Ch. 13||Files and streams||493|
|Ch. 14||The ASP.NET security infrastructure||527|
|Ch. 15||Forms authentication||545|
|Ch. 16||Windows authentication||583|
|Ch. 18||Advanced security||621|
|Ch. 19||User controls||651|
|Ch. 20||Custom server controls||673|
|Ch. 21||Design-time support||727|
|Ch. 23||Dynamic graphics with GDI+||785|
|Ch. 24||Creating Web services||817|
|Ch. 25||Web service standards and extensions||867|
|Ch. 26||Advanced Web services||909|
Posted May 29, 2005
In pre-dot NET, ASP was a clever way to make dynamic web pages on a Microsoft web server. This book shows that under .NET, ASP has built on and extended that idea. As for instance, being able to do state management. A powerful idea that can be vital in building a complex web application and minimising the coding and debugging time. The book also covers XML usage. You can integrate this deeply into your application. Plus, XML is the basis of Web Services. The entire last section of the book (3 chapters) is devoted to this. On a forward looking note, Web Services offer exciting future innovations that can span many machines run by different companies. ASP is explained in the context of furnishing and using these Web Services. You also get an explanation of Web Service Description Language. The only failing of the book is that in going over WSDL, it omits to mention Business Process Execution Language. This has been out for over a year. It is far more expressive than WSDL in providing a declarative format for an aggregation of Web Services. Surely ASP can use BPEL?Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.