Programming Microsoft ASP.Net 2.0 Core Reference

Programming Microsoft ASP.Net 2.0 Core Reference

by Dino Esposito

Paperback(2005 ed.)


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780735621763
Publisher: Microsoft Press
Publication date: 11/30/2005
Edition description: 2005 ed.
Pages: 784
Product dimensions: 7.30(w) x 8.96(h) x 1.94(d)

About the Author

Dino Esposito is a well-known ASP.NET, AJAX, and Microsoft Silverlight expert who has written or co-written several popular books, including Microsoft ASP.NET and Ajax: Architecting Web Applications and Programming Microsoft ASP.NET 4. He is a regular contributor to MSDN Magazine and speaks at industry events such as DevConnections and Microsoft TechEd.

Table of Contents

Who Is This Book For?;
System Requirements;
Configuring SQL Server 2005 Express Edition;
Prerelease Software;
Technology Updates;
Code Samples;
Support for This Book;
Microsoft Press Online: Resources for Microsoft Visual Studio 2005;
Building an ASP.NET Page;
Chapter 1: The ASP.NET Programming Model;
1.1 What’s ASP.NET, Anyway?;
1.2 The ASP.NET Component Model;
1.3 The ASP.NET Development Stack;
1.4 The ASP.NET Provider Model;
1.5 Conclusion;
Chapter 2: Web Development in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2005;
2.1 Introducing Visual Studio .NET 2005;
2.2 Create an ASP.NET Project;
2.3 Application Deployment;
2.4 Administering an ASP.NET Application;
2.5 Conclusion;
Chapter 3: Anatomy of an ASP.NET Page;
3.1 Invoking a Page;
3.2 The Page Class;
3.3 The Page Life Cycle;
3.4 Conclusion;
Chapter 4: ASP.NET Core Server Controls;
4.1 Generalities of ASP.NET Server Controls;
4.2 HTML Controls;
4.3 Web Controls;
4.4 Validation Controls;
4.5 Conclusion;
Chapter 5: Working with the Page;
5.1 Programming with Forms;
5.2 Dealing with Page Errors;
5.3 ASP.NET Tracing;
5.4 Page Personalization;
5.5 Conclusion;
Chapter 6: Rich Page Composition;
6.1 Working with Master Pages;
6.2 Working with Themes;
6.3 Working with Wizards;
6.4 Conclusion;
Adding Data in an ASP.NET Site;
Chapter 7: ADO.NET Data Providers;
7.1 .NET Data Access Infrastructure;
7.2 Connecting to Data Sources;
7.3 Executing Commands;
7.4 Conclusion;
Chapter 8: ADO.NET Data Containers;
8.1 Data Adapters;
8.2 In-Memory Data Container Objects;
8.3 Conclusion;
Chapter 9: The Data-Binding Model;
9.1 Data Source–Based Data Binding;
9.2 Data-Binding Expressions;
9.3 Data Source Components;
9.4 Conclusion;
Chapter 10: Creating Bindable Grids of Data;
10.1 The DataGrid Control;
10.2 The GridView Control;
10.3 Conclusion;
Chapter 11: Managing Views of a Record;
11.1 The DetailsView Control;
11.2 The FormView Control;
11.3 Conclusion;
ASP.NET Infrastructure;
Chapter 12: The HTTP Request Context;
12.1 Initialization of the Application;
12.2 The global.asax File;
12.3 The HttpContext Class;
12.4 The Server Object;
12.5 The HttpResponse Object;
12.6 The HttpRequest Object;
12.7 Conclusion;
Chapter 13: State Management;
13.1 The Application’s State;
13.2 The Session’s State;
13.3 Working with Session’s State;
13.4 Customizing Session State Management;
13.5 The View State of a Page;
13.6 Conclusion;
Chapter 14: ASP.NET Caching;
14.1 Caching Application Data;
14.2 Caching ASP.NET Pages;
14.3 Conclusion;
Chapter 15: ASP.NET Security;
15.1 Where the Threats Come From;
15.2 The ASP.NET Security Context;
15.3 Using Forms Authentication;
15.4 The Membership and Role Management API;
15.5 Security-Related Controls;
15.6 Conclusion;
About the Author;
Additional Resources for C# Developers;
Additional Resources for Database Developers;
Additional Resources for Visual Basic Developers;
Additional Resources for Web Developers;

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