Real World ASP.NET: Building a Content Management System / Edition 1by Stephen R.G. Fraser
Pub. Date: 04/01/2002
Real World ASP.NET: Building a Content Management System provides web developers with a cost-effective way to develop a content management system within Microsoft's .NET Framework. Unlike other .NET books on ASP.NET that teach technologies on a piecemeal basis, this book explains the underlying technologies and also shows how they are integrated into a/i>… See more details below
Real World ASP.NET: Building a Content Management System provides web developers with a cost-effective way to develop a content management system within Microsoft's .NET Framework. Unlike other .NET books on ASP.NET that teach technologies on a piecemeal basis, this book explains the underlying technologies and also shows how they are integrated into a complete ASP.NET application suitable for many organizations. Complete source code written in C# and ASP.NET is included, which will enable web developers to create a dynamic content site at a fraction of the cost of a commercial solution. You will learn about the following:
- Content management system: This system used to manage the content of a website consists of the content management, metacontent management, and content delivery applications.
- C# and ASP.NET: These underlying technologies are introduced and then applied extensively.
- ADO.NET: All aspects relevant to dynamic content management are covered.
- XML: Extensible Markup Language (XML) is introduced and then applied in the programmatic updating of the config.web file.
- Authentication, authorization, and encryption: These topics are discussed in the book, especially with regard to protected content and system administration.
- Personalization: Many key technologies are used to make the CMS solution truly user-friendly.
Real-World ASP.NET: Building a Content Management System is the complete hands-on guide to mastering the art of content management systems and website development using the .NET Framework.
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Table of Contents
|About the Author|
|Ch. 1||So, What Is a Content Management System Anyway?||1|
|Ch. 2||Version Control||29|
|Ch. 5||Basics of Web Architecture||77|
|Ch. 6||ASP.NET, C#, and Visual Studio .NET||99|
|Ch. 7||Database Development and ADO.NET||133|
|Ch. 9||A Quick Overview of CMS.NET||229|
|Ch. 10||Initializing CMS.NET||267|
|Ch. 11||Getting Content into the System||299|
|Ch. 12||Cookies, Authentication, Authorization, and Encryption||345|
|Ch. 13||Displaying Dynamic Content||387|
|Ch. 14||Using a Workflow to Enter Content||427|
|Ch. 15||Registered Users and Protected Content||473|
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