ASP.NET Bible enables expert and novice ASP programmers; Written by a group of experts who will show the readers the tips and workarounds for everyday tasks the ASP.NET Bible is targeted at a wide range of programmers. Each chapter contains expert tips for the advanced developers as well as information with special explanation for the beginning professional. The book goes beyond the basics, in addition to providing complete coverage of ASP.NET, it serves as the essential resource designed to help you understand how and when to use the various tools and techniques available. The ASP.NET Bible also features relevant, real-world sample code and applications that you can incorporate into your own projects.
Table of Contents
Foreword. Preface. Part I: ASP.NET Basics 1. Chapter 1: Understanding the .NET Framework. Chapter 2: Getting Started with ASP.NET. Chapter 3: Building Forms with Web Controls. Chapter 4: Using Rich Web Controls. Chapter 5: Creating and Using Custom Controls. Chapter 6: Validating User Input. Chapter 7: Debugging ASP.NET Pages. Part II: ASP.NET Database Programming. Chapter 8: Introducing ADO.NET. Chapter 9: Understanding Data Binding. Chapter 10: Working with Data Grids. Chapter 11: Using Templates. Chapter 12: Using SQL Server with ASP.NET. Chapter 13: Advanced Data Binding and XML. Part III: Advanced ASP.NET. Chapter 14: ASP.NET Application Configuration. Chapter 15: Developing Business Objects. Chapter 16: Building HTTP Handlers. Chapter 17: Understanding Caching. Chapter 18: Building Wireless Applications with ASP.NET Mobile Controls. Chapter 19: ASP.NET Security. Chapter 20: Localizing ASP.NET Applications. Chapter 21: Deploying ASP.NET Applications. Part IV: Building Web Services. Chapter 22: Introduction to Web Services. Chapter 23: Web Services Infrastructure. Chapter 24: Understanding SOAP. Chapter 25: Building a Web Service. Chapter 26: Deploying and Publishing Web Services. Chapter 27: Finding Web Services. Chapter 28: Consuming Web Services. Part V: Building ASP.NET Applications. Chapter 29: ASP.NET Blackjack. Chapter 30: Chatty Discussion Forum. Appendix A: Visual Basic Syntax. Appendix B: Visual Basic Functions and Features. Appendix C: Visual Basic Object--Oriented Programming. Appendix D: C# Syntax. Appendix E: C# Classes. Appendix F: C# Components. Index. End--User License Agreement.
Mridula Parihar is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer (MCSD). She has worked with NIIT Ltd. for two years. In her first year, she worked as a technical instructor in the Career Education Group (CEG) division of NIIT Ltd. She has been working with the Knowledge Solutions Business (KSB) group for the last 12 months. Here, Mridula has had the opportunity to work on many technical projects. Her work involves design, development, testing, and implementation of instructor--led training courses. Also, she handles the additional responsibility of ensuring ISO compliance. Eric A. Smith is a Microsoft Certified Solution Developer and works extensively in both web and traditional client/server environments. He has written, edited, or contributed to eight books in the Visual Basic and Web markets, including authoring HMI's most recent ASP Bible and the Visual Basic 6 Bible. He has co--authored on other VB titles. A professional programmer and consultant, Eric owns the ASP Techniques Web site (http://asptechniques.com). This site is used to provide "service after the sale" to his readers. Users can get updated code and related articles at this site. He is also the creator of inquiry.com's Ask the VB Pro site, now part of Fawcette Technical Publications.