Professional Asp.Net Server Controls - Building Custom Controls with C# / Edition 1by BUTLER, Jan Narkiewicz, Daniel Cazzulino, Angelo Kastroulis
Pub. Date: 02/01/2002
The natural starting point for this book is anyone who has read Professional ASP. NET or a
It is assumed that the readers will be familiar with the built-in controls available in ASP.NET. The book is aimed at experienced developers who are ready to extend the functionality of ASP.NET beyond its basic foundations, and create their own customized reusable controls.
The natural starting point for this book is anyone who has read Professional ASP. NET or a similar level of book, or anyone who has a good understanding of how ASP.NET works and wants to look into creating their own controls. This book is not suitable for the newcomer to ASP.NET.
Author Biography: Matt Butler is an independent contractor who specializes in Windows DNA, .NET, and Java. .MAtt went from being a homeless, starving jazz musician to a programmer holding numerous certifications, including MCSD, Sun Java Certified Programmer, BEA Certified Programmer (Java/Weblogic), and a few other miscellaneous certifications. Rode the wave of the .COM craze working on sizable profile-based search engines and transactional e-commerce applications using the Windows DNA architecture in return for 'stock options' and pizza.
Daniel Cazzulino is a senior developer who discovered C# and the .NET Framework early its beta process. He has had many years experience developing distributed solutions based on Windows DNA, COM/COM+, and VB, but has now left this behind him to dedicate himself full time to the new platform. He's been tempted to work with Delphi and Java, but finally found his home in MS's new developer tools, and has done work related to XML, XSLT/XPath/XQuery, WebServices, .NET Security, ASP.NET, and others.
Mike is currently working solely on Research and Development around Web Services and ASP.NET technologies. He is solely responsible for the World's first web services brokerage.
Angelo focuses his expertise on the design and development of software applications using Microsoft Windows DNA and .NET technologies. He has particular proven field experience in software architecture, database design, and development. Having served in the capacity of Lead Developer, Project Manager, Director of Software Development, and CTO, he is intimately familiar with technology, logistics, and business.
Matt Milner works as a Technical Architect for BORN in Minneapolis where he designs and builds Microsoft solutions for clients in a variety of industries. Matt's primary focus has been using Windows DNA architecture and he is excited about the move to .NET and all the powerful new features.
Jan D. Narkiewicz is Chief Technical Officer at Software Pronto, Inc. Over the years Jan has managed to work on an e-mail system that resided on seventeen million desktops, helped automate factories that make the blue jeans you have in your closet, transmitted television programming to millions of homes all over the world, and kept the skies over the Emirate of Abu Dhabi safe from enemy aircraft. All this was achieved using technology such as COM/DCOM, COM+, C#, VB, C++, SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, Java, Linux, and XML.
Ryan manages eBusiness for a medium-sized distribution company in the Dallas/Fort Worth area within the great state of Texas. Since starting on Unix platforms writing PERL CGI scripts, his work now concentrates on B2B and B2C e-commerce applications using C#, ASP and ASP.NET, Cold Fusion, and XML. Ryan is also a licensed private pilot with time logged in Cessna, Piper, and Grumman single engine aircraft.
Thiru works as a Consultant at Spherion Technology Architects, an international technology consulting company, in Phoenix, Arizona. He is an MCSD, and during the last two years, he has been developing distributed n-tier architecture solutions for various companies using the latest technologies such as VB, ASP, XML, XSL, COM+, and SQL Server.
Table of ContentsIntroduction
Chapter 1: Introducing a Server Control Based Architecture
Chapter 2: Rendering Server Controls
Chapter 3: Events and Event Handling
Chapter 4: Managing State
Chapter 5: Templated Controls and Styles
Chapter 6: Controls that Work with Data
Chapter 7: Custom Control Builders
Chapter 8: Building Controls Using Visual Studio .NET
Chapter 9: Design-Time Support
Chapter 10: Deploying and Licensing Server Controls
Chapter 11: Case Study
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