Asp.Net : Your Visual Blueprint for Creating Web Applications on the .Net Framework

Asp.Net : Your Visual Blueprint for Creating Web Applications on the .Net Framework

by Danny Ryan, Thomas Ryan




Welcome to the only guidebook series that takes a visual approach to professional-level computer topics. Open the book and you'll discover step-by-step screen shots that demonstrate over 130 key ASP.NET tasks.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780764536175
Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/28/2001
Series: Visual Series
Edition description: BK&CD-ROM
Pages: 320
Product dimensions: 8.10(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.96(d)

Table of Contents

How to Use this Bookxiv
1)Getting Started with ASP.NET
Introduction to ASP.NET2
Install Internet Information Server 5.04
Install the .NET Framework6
Change the Home Directory in IIS8
Add a Virtual Directory in IIS10
Set a Default Document for IIS14
Change Log File Properties for IIS16
Stop, Start, or Pause a Web Site18
2)Web Development Basics
Browse Your Default Web Site20
Explore a Web Site22
Open a Template File24
Save a File to the Default Web Site25
Create an HTML Page26
Create an ASP Page28
Create an ASP.NET Web Page30
Add an Event Handler to an ASP.NET Page32
3)C# Basics
Write Your First C# Application34
Compile a C# Application36
Format Your Code38
Declare a Variable40
Initialize a Variable42
Access Properties44
Make Decisions Using Conditional Statements46
Work with Arrays48
Control Logic Using Iterative Statements50
Concatenate a String52
Convert a Variable54
Enumerate a Collection56
Declare and Use Methods58
Implement Exception Handling62
Convert a Console Application to an ASP.NET Web Page64
4)Work with HTML Controls
Introduction to HTML Controls66
Process Requests to the Server68
Create a Form Button70
Create an HTML 4.0 Button72
Create a Graphical Button73
Request Single Line Input74
Request Multiple Line Input76
Request Boolean Input77
Request a Selection from a Group78
Request Input from a Drop-Down List79
Create a Link80
Render an Image82
Build a Table84
Store Hidden Information on a Form86
Upload Files88
5)Work with Web Controls
Introduction to Web Controls90
Create a Button for Posting Data92
Create a Hyperlinked Button94
Create a Graphical Button95
Request Text Input96
Request Boolean Input98
Request a Selection from a Group100
Request Input from a Drop-Down List102
Request Dates from a Calendar104
Create a Link106
Render an Image107
Build a Table108
Manipulate Text110
Add a Placeholder for Controls111
Provide a Container for Controls112
Display Advertisement Banners114
Validate Required Fields116
Compare Two Fields for Validation118
Check the Boundaries of Input120
Validate with Regular Expressions122
Summarize Validation Errors124
6)Access Data with ASP.NET
Introduction to Data Access with ASP.NET126
Display Repeating Data128
Display Complex Lists130
Display SQL Data132
Insert Data into a SQL Database134
Update Data from a SQL Database136
Delete Data from a SQL Database138
Sort Data from a SQL Database140
Execute Stored Procedures142
Work with Master-Detail Relationships144
Work with XML Data Sources146
Transform and Display XML148
7)Work with Web Services
Introduction to Web Services150
Create a Simple Web Service152
Test a Web Service154
Using a Parameter with a Web Service156
Return an Array from a Web Service158
Return an Enumerated Type from a Web Service160
Return an Object from a Web Service162
Return XML from a Web Service164
Return SQL Data from a Web Service166
Work with the Session Object in a Web Service168
Work with the Application Object in a Web Service170
Create a Client Web Page for a Web Service172
Create a Client Console Application for a Web Service174
8)Create Custom Components
Create a Simple Component176
Create a Stateful Component180
Create a Two-Tier Web Form184
Create a Three-Tier Web Form188
Use a Code-behind for Your ASP.NET Page192
9)Using ASP.NET Components
Read Form Data with Request.Form194
Display Data with Request.Params196
Write Output Using Response.Write198
Redirect Using Response.Redirect200
Check for Web Browser Types202
Send an E-Mail Using ASP.NET204
Use the ASP.NET Page Cache206
Use the ASP.NET Data Cache208
10)ASP.NET Applications and State Management
Introduction to Applications and State Management210
Create a Global.asax File212
Using Processing Directives in the Global.asax file216
Using Server-Side Objects in the Global.asax File218
Using Application Event Handlers in the Global.asax File220
Using Application State222
Using Session State226
Work with Cookies230
Work with Page State234
11)Configure your ASP.NET Applications
Add Application Settings236
Set Standard Configuration238
Add Custom Settings240
12)Debug Your ASP.NET Applications
Enable Page-Level Debugging242
Enable Custom Error Handling244
Handle Errors Programmatically246
Use a Page-Level Trace248
Use an Application-Level Trace250
13)Security and ASP.NET
Using Windows Authentication252
Using Forms Authentication256
Authorize Users260
14)Localization and ASP.NET
Set Up Encoding262
Using CultureInfo264
Using RegionInfo266
Localize with the Page Control268
Create and Use Resources270
Use Resource Manager Information272
15)Migrate from Asp to ASP.NET
Work with Multiple Server-Side Languages274
Work with Script Blocks276
Using Render Functions278
Using Page Directives280
Migrate VBScript to VB.NET Syntax282
Migrate JScript to JScript.NET Syntax286
Appendix AASP.NET Quick Reference288
Appendix BC#, VB, and Jscript Language Equivalents292
Appendix CWhat's on the CD-ROM300
Hungry Minds End-User License Agreement304

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