The all-new approach for experienced ASP.NET professionals!
ASP.NET is Microsoft's technology for building dynamically generated web pages from database content. Originally introduced in 2002, ASP.NET has undergone many changes in multiple versions and iterations as developers have gained a decade of experience with this popular technology. With that decade of experience, this edition of the book presents a fresh, new overhauled approach.
- A new focus on how to build ASP.NET sites and applications relying on field-tested reliable methods
- Integration of "One ASP.NET" philosophy treating ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC as equal tools each with their proper time and place
- Coverage of hot new ASP.NET 4.5 additions such as the Web API, Websockets and HTML5 & CSS3 use in layout but only to the extent that the tools themselves are practical and useful for working ASP.NET developers
Professional ASP.NET 4.5 in C# and VB is an essential tool for programmers who need to be productive and build reliably performing sites with the latest ASP.NET Framework and Visual Studio.
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About the Author
Jason N. Gaylord is Director of Technology at United One Resources, an app developer, blogger, Microsoft MVP, and ASPInsider.
Christian Wenz is a consultant, trainer, author, ASP.NET MVP, and ASPInsider.
Pranav Rastogi is a member of the Microsoft ASP.NET team, web developer, and speaker.
Todd Miranda is the owner of NxtDimension Solutions and a consultant, trainer, and Microsoft MVP.
Scott Hanselman is a web developer for Microsoft, has a popular blog and podcast, has authored many books, and speaks globally.
Wrox Professional guides are written by working developers to address everyday needs. They provide examples, practical solutions, and expert education in new technologies, all designed to help programmers do a better job.
Table of Contents
PART I: ASP.NET FUNDAMENTALS
CHAPTER 1: ONE ASP.NET 3
CHAPTER 2: HTML5 AND CSS3 DESIGN WITH ASP.NET 17
CHAPTER 3: ASP.NET WEB FORMS STRUCTURE 53
PART II: CONTROLS
CHAPTER 4: ASP.NET SERVER CONTROLS AND CLIENT-SIDE SCRIPTS 103
CHAPTER 5: ASP.NET WEB SERVER CONTROLS 123
CHAPTER 6: VALIDATION SERVER CONTROLS 199
CHAPTER 7: USER AND SERVER CONTROLS 231
PART III: DATA ACCESS
CHAPTER 8: DATA BINDING 299
CHAPTER 9: MODEL BINDING 355
CHAPTER 10: QUERYING WITH LINQ 371
CHAPTER 11: ENTITY FRAMEWORK 411
CHAPTER 12: ASP.NET DYNAMIC DATA 443
CHAPTER 13: WORKING WITH SERVICES 455
PART IV: PROVIDERS
CHAPTER 14: INTRODUCTION TO THE PROVIDER MODEL 529
CHAPTER 15: EXTENDING THE PROVIDER MODEL 559
PART V: ASP.NET FEATURES
CHAPTER 16: WORKING WITH MASTER PAGES 591
CHAPTER 17: SITE NAVIGATION 621
CHAPTER 18: PERSONALIZATION 671
CHAPTER 19: MEMBERSHIP AND ROLE MANAGEMENT 701
CHAPTER 20: SECURITY 759
PART VI: APPLICATION STATE
CHAPTER 21: STATE MANAGEMENT 791
CHAPTER 22: CACHING 823
PART VII: CLIENT-SIDE DEVELOPMENT
CHAPTER 23: ASP.NET AJAX 857
CHAPTER 24: AJAX CONTROL TOOLKIT 895
CHAPTER 25: JQUERY 957
CHAPTER 26: REAL-TIME COMMUNICATION 983
CHAPTER 27: DEVELOPING WEBSITES WITH MOBILE IN MIND 1001
PART VIII: APPLICATION CONFIGURATION AND DEPLOYMENT
CHAPTER 28: CONFIGURATION 1027
CHAPTER 29: DEBUGGING AND ERROR HANDLING 1075
CHAPTER 30: MODULES AND HANDLERS 1105
CHAPTER 31: ASYNCHRONOUS COMMUNICATION 1121
CHAPTER 32: BUILDING GLOBAL APPLICATIONS 1135
CHAPTER 33: PACKAGING AND DEPLOYING ASP.NET APPLICATIONS 1163
PART IX: ADDITIONAL ASP.NET TECHNOLOGIES
CHAPTER 34: ASP.NET MVC 1187
CHAPTER 35: ASP.NET WEB PAGES AND RAZOR 1215
PART X: APPENDIXES
APPENDIX A: MIGRATING OLDER ASP.NET PROJECTS 1239
APPENDIX B: COM INTEGRATION 1247
APPENDIX C: ASP.NET ULTIMATE TOOLS 1257
APPENDIX D: ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT 1269
APPENDIX E: DYNAMIC TYPES AND LANGUAGES 1295
APPENDIX F: ASP.NET ONLINE RESOURCES 1305
APPENDIX G: VISUAL STUDIO EXTENSIBILITY WITH NUGET 1309
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