Pure ASP.Net (Pure)De (autor) Robert Lair, Jason Lefebvre
en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – October 2001
Learn to develop dynamic Web applications through detailed code examples!
- This book gives ASP3.0 (or earlier) developers all of the information they need to effectively develop web applications with ASP.NET.
- Appeals to the way Web developers prefer to learn - by working through detailed code examples.
- Written by co-creators of the IBuySPY.com site.
Jason Lefebvre is a developer working for a major software development firm in the US, and worked with Bob as the co-creator of IBuySpy. Jason specializes in n-tier application development, Visual Basic and database development with SQL Server. You will find Jason's name attached to several articles on development in many well-known programmers' journals and magazines.
I. OVERVIEW OF ASP.NET.
1. ASP.NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework.
Overview of Microsoft .NET. Goals of Microsoft .NET. Technologies of the Microsoft .NET Framework. Benefits of the Microsoft.NET Framework.2. The Common Language Runtime.
Overview of the Common Language Runtime. Microsoft Intermediate Language. JIT Compilation. Assemblies. Garbage Collection in the _Microsoft .NET Runtime.3. ASP.NET Web Forms.
Server-Side Code Blocks. ASP.NET Web Form Events. Visual Studio and the Code Behind Method.4. ASP.NET Controls.
ASP.NET Controls Generate HTML. ViewState Management. HTML Controls. Web Controls. Custom Controls.5. List Controls.
Types of List Controls. Benefits of Using List Controls. How the List Controls Work.6. Validating User Input.
What Are Validation Controls? Benefits of Using Validation Controls. Types of Validation Controls. Displaying Errors.7. Understanding Data Access with ADO.NET.
Benefits of ADO.NET. The ADO.NET Object Model.8. Overview of Web Services.
What Are Web Services? Why Use Web Services? Exposing Web Services. Consuming Web Services. II. DEVELOPING WITH ASP.NET.
9. Building ASP.NET Pages with HTML and Web Controls.
A Technical Overview of Web Controls. Core Web Controls.10. Encapsulating ASP.NET Page Functionality with User Controls.
Creating a Simple User Control. Fragment Caching.11. Working with ASP.NET List Controls.
Binding Data to List Controls. The Repeater List Control. The DataList List Control. The DataGrid Control.12. Working with ASP.NET Validation Controls.
Properties and Methods Common to All Controls. Placing a Control on a Web Form. Formatting Error Messages. The RequiredField Validator. The Range Validator. The Compare Validator. The RegularExpression Validator. The Custom Validator. The ValidationSummary Web Control.13. Data Access with ADO.NET.
Using the Connection Object. Using the Command Object. Using the DataReader Object. Working with Stored Procedures. Working with Transactions.14. Building Components for ASP.NET.
What Are Components? Benefits of Using Components. Microsoft Windows DNA. Components and Microsoft .NET. Namespaces. Classes. COM Interoperability. COM+ Services: Using Transactions from Microsoft .NET.15. Building Web Services.
Creating a Web Service. Building Web Services into _an Existing Application. Consuming Web Services. Using Precompiled Web Services. Consuming Web Services from a Web Form. Consuming Web Services from _a Windows Form.16. Configuring and Optimizing an ASP.NET Application.
Configuring ASP.NET Applications. Optimizing ASP.NET Applications.17. Securing and Deploying an ASP.NET Application.
ASP.NET Installation Benefits. Deploying ASP.NET Pages. Deploying Components. Securing an Application. III. MICROSOFT .NET REFERENCE BY NAMESPACE.
18. System.Collections Reference.
The ArrayList Class. The BitArray Class. The Hashtable Class. The Queue Class. The SortedList Class. The Stack Class.19. System.Data.SqlClient Reference.
The SqlCommand Class. The SqlConnection Class. The SqlDataReader Class. The SqlDbType Class. The SqlParameter Class. The SqlParameterCollection Class. The SqlTransaction Class.20. System.Web Reference.
The HttpBrowserCapabilities Class. The HttpRequest Class. The HttpResponse Class.21. System.Web.UI.WebControls Reference.
The WebControl Class. The HyperLink Class. The Button Class. The Calendar Class. The Label Class. The Image Class. The Panel Class. The TextBox Class. The CheckBox Class. The ImageButton Class. The LinkButton Class. The RadioButton Class. The BaseValidator Class. The CompareValidator Class. The CustomValidator Class. The RangeValidator Class. The RegularExpressionValidator Class. The RequiredFieldValidator Class. The ValidationSummary Class. Selected Static Classes.Index
Robert has also provided training at technical conferences, discussing a number of topics on Microsoft .NET and ASP.NET, as well as how to increase the efficiency of the software development process by simplifying the maintenance of complex applications. Conferences at which he has spoken include ASP Connections and the ASP DeveloperÕs Conference. He has also presented a number of internal technical learning sessions while working at Vertigo Software and the Sant Corporation.
Robert has written numerous articles for nationally known magazines such as Visual C++ DeveloperÕs Journal, Visual Basic ProgrammerÕs Journal, and .NET Developer. His articles have covered a wide variety of topics, including C#, Microsoft .NET, ASP.NET, and Visual Basic.NET. Robert is also the author of a monthly column in .NET Developer that takes an in-depth look at the IBuySpy application.
Jason Lefebvre is currently working as a developer at the direct marketing services company Protocol (www.protocolusa.com). He studied mathematics and computer science at Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio. He has been working in the area of software Development for more than five years. His latest achievements in the software industry include his work on IBuySpy (Vertigo Software), the premiere demo application to show the new features of ASP.NET. Other applications Jason has worked on in his career include ProposalMaster and RFPMaster (The Sant Corporation), OpenTable.com (Vertigo Software), and Shoes.NET (Vertigo Software), the premiere demo application shown at DevDays 2000 to show off the Microsoft .NET enterprise servers. He has worked with a number of major clients, including Microsoft, MCI, and Williams Communications. Jason has written numerous articles for nationally known magazines such as Visual C++ DeveloperÕs Journal on a wide variety of topics, including C#, Microsoft .NET, ASP.NET, and Visual Basic.NET.
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Pure ASP.NET is a premium reference for Active Server Pages development in the new Microsoft .NET Framework. Like all books in the Pure Series, Pure Active Server Pages.NET is comprised of 3 parts. Part I Conceptual Reference is a fast-paced primer that covers ASP.NET fundamentals and concepts. Part II Techniques Reference is full of well-commented, commercial-quality code that illustrates practical applications of ASP.NET concepts. Examples are presented in both Visual Basic and C# to appeal to a wide variety of programmers. Part III Syntax and Object Reference contains detailed coverage of .NET Namespaces such as System.Web and System.Data that are invaluable to ASP.NET developers.