With Programming ASP.NET 3.5, you'll quickly learn to create state-of-the-art applications using Microsoft's popular web development technology and Visual Studio 2008. This updated bestseller provides comprehensive and easy-to-understand information to help you use several .NET 3.5 technologies for faster development and better web application performance-including ASP.NET AJAX for interactive user interfaces, LINQ for data access, and Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) for web services.
Programming ASP.NET 3.5 includes examples and sample code that let you explore development with ASP.NET in more depth. With this book, you will:
- Learn about AJAX and ASP.NET server controls included with Visual Studio 2008
- Discover how to use the DataSource and data-bound controls in ADO.NET
- Use the new LINQ API and learn how to make use of it within ASP.NET pages
- Create a uniform look and feel throughout your application with Master Pages
- Use navigation controls to build site maps, menus, and breadcrumbs quickly and easily
- Build and use various web services with WCF
- Detect errors during development and handle them in your production code
- Learn how to configure and deploy your website
Written by Microsoft technology experts Jesse Liberty, Dan Hurwitz, and Dan Maharry, Programming ASP.NET 3.5 is the best book for learning how to build dynamic, interactive web applications using Microsoft's latest technologies.
Preface; Learning or Programming?; How This Book Is Organized; What You Need to Use This Book; Conventions Used in This Book; Using Code Examples; We'd Like to Hear from You; Safari?? Books Online; Acknowledgments; Chapter 1: Web Development in 2008; 1.1 AJAX; 1.2 .NET Framework 3.0 and 3.5; 1.3 Visual Studio 2008; 1.4 Internet Information Services 7.0; 1.5 Beyond 2008; 1.6 On to VS2008; Chapter 2: Visual Studio 2008; 2.1 First Sight: The Start Page; 2.2 Creating Your First Web Page; 2.3 Projects and Solutions; 2.4 The Integrated Development Environment; Chapter 3: Controls: Fundamental Concepts; 3.1 Events; 3.2 ASP.NET Server Controls; 3.3 AJAX Server Controls; 3.4 HTML Server Controls; 3.5 Client-Side Processing; Chapter 4: Basic Controls; 4.1 Visual Studio Is Not Mandatory; 4.2 Web Forms: Plain or AJAX?; 4.3 Label Controls and Literal Controls; 4.4 TextBox Control; 4.5 HiddenField Control; 4.6 Button Controls; 4.7 HyperLink Control; 4.8 Images; 4.9 Selecting Values; Chapter 5: More Controls; 5.1 Panel Controls; 5.2 The UpdatePanel Control; 5.3 MultiView and View Controls; 5.4 The Wizard Control; 5.5 The FileUpload Control; 5.6 The AdRotator Control; 5.7 The Calendar Control; Chapter 6: Website Fundamentals; 6.1 The Page Class; 6.2 The Code-Behind File; 6.3 Moving to Another Page; 6.4 State; 6.5 Life Cycle; 6.6 Directives; Chapter 7: Data Source Controls and Connections; 7.1 Sources of Data and DataSource Controls; 7.2 Using the ObjectDataSource Control; 7.3 Using the XmlDataSource Control; 7.4 Using the SqlDataSource Control; 7.5 Tracking the Data Source with Events; Chapter 8: Using Data-Aware Controls; 8.1 Hierarchical Data Controls; 8.2 Tabular Data Controls; 8.3 Lists of Data; 8.4 One Record at a Time: DetailsView; 8.5 Many Records at a Time: GridView; 8.6 Templated Controls; Chapter 9: ADO.NET; 9.1 The ADO.NET Object Model; 9.2 Getting Started with ADO.NET; 9.3 Creating Data Objects by Hand; 9.4 Stored Procedures; 9.5 Updating with SQL and ADO.NET; 9.6 Updating Data with Transactions; 9.7 Binding to Business Objects; Chapter 10: Presenting LINQ; 10.1 Deconstructing LINQ; 10.2 LINQ Providers; 10.3 LINQ to XML; 10.4 LINQ to SQL; Chapter 11: Validation; 11.1 The RequiredFieldValidator; 11.2 The Summary Control; 11.3 The Compare Validator; 11.4 Range Checking; 11.5 Regular Expressions; 11.6 Custom Validation; 11.7 Validation Groups; Chapter 12: Forms-Based Security; 12.1 Authentication; 12.2 Setting Up Forms-Based Authentication; Chapter 13: Master Pages and Navigation; 13.1 Master Pages; 13.2 Navigation; 13.3 Filtering Based on Security; Chapter 14: Personalization; 14.1 Creating Personalized Websites; 14.2 Themes and Skins; 14.3 Web Parts; Chapter 15: Custom and User Controls; 15.1 User Controls; 15.2 Custom Controls; 15.3 Derived Controls; 15.4 Composite Controls; Chapter 16: Web Services; 16.1 Introducing Web Services; 16.2 Understanding Web Service Protocols and Standards; 16.3 Using SOAP Web Services; 16.4 Developing an ASP.NET SOAP Web Service; 16.5 Calling the Web Service; 16.6 Developing a WCF Web Service; 16.7 Creating and Consuming AJAX-Enabled Web Services; 16.8 Introducing REST and JSON; 16.9 Learning More About Web Services; Chapter 17: Caching and Performance; 17.1 Types of Caching; 17.2 Data Caching; 17.3 Output Caching; 17.4 Fragment Caching: Caching Part of a Page; 17.5 Object Caching; 17.6 The HttpCachePolicy Class; 17.7 Performance; 17.8 Benchmarking and Profiling; Chapter 18: Application Logic and Configuration; 18.1 Introducing IIS 7.0; 18.2 Application-Wide Logic; 18.3 Configuring the Application; 18.4 Modifying web.config with IIS 7.0; 18.5 Web Site Administration Tool; 18.6 Custom Configuration Sections; Chapter 19: Tracing, Debugging, and Error Handling; 19.1 Creating the Sample Application; 19.2 Tracing; 19.3 Debugging; 19.4 Error Handling; 19.5 Custom Error Pages; Chapter 20: Deployment; 20.1 Assemblies; 20.2 Local Deployment; 20.3 Global Deployment; 20.4 Windows Installer; 20.5 Web Deployment Projects; Chapter 21: Epilogue: From Now to vNext; 21.1 (Some of) The Winnowing Process; 21.2 On the Stove; 21.3 On the Far Horizon; Installing the AJAX Control Toolkit; Downloading the Code; Building the Code and Looking Around; Integrating the Toolkit with VS2008; Relational Database Technology: A Crash Course; Tables, Records, and Columns; Table Design; SQL; Further Reference; Keyboard Shortcuts; General Actions; Text Generation and Refactoring; Text Navigation; Text Editing and Selection; Main Window Shortcut Keys; Tool Window Shortcut Keys; Find-and-Replace Shortcut Keys; Macro Shortcut Keys; Debugging Shortcut Keys; Colophon;
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Published: 22nd October 2008