A First Look at ASP.NET v.2.0

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Alex Homer et Dave Sussman - A First Look at ASP.NET v.2.0.
A First Look at ASPNET v. 2.0 systematically prepares you for Microsoft's ASPNET 2.0 Web development platform, showing how to use it to reduce development... Lire la suite
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A First Look at ASPNET v. 2.0 systematically prepares you for Microsoft's ASPNET 2.0 Web development platform, showing how to use it to reduce development time and costs, improve the performance of Web applications and services, simplify deployment and management, and extend your applications to mobile clients. Drawing on extraordinary insider access to Microsoft's ASPNET development team, three renowned ASPNET experts cover every key platform enhancement, from Master Page templates for standardizing look and feel to improved security and data-access controls. They go far beyond already published white papers and previews, presenting detailed development techniques, best practices, and sample code that will give you a running start with ASPNET 2.0. This book's detailed coverage includes: Streamlining database integration with "code-free" data binding and ASPNET 2.0's new data source controls; Using Master Pages to improve your control over application look and feel; Strengthening security with membership providers, security server controls, cookieless forms authentication, and the new Role Manager; Simplifying personalization with ASPNET 2.0 Themes; Building fast, flexible portals with Web Parts and the new Portal Framework; Delivering more effective mobile device support-with less complexity; Previewing new ASPNET 2.0 controls and changes in existing controls; Using Microsoft's powerful new NET and built-in administration tools. Whether you're already developing with ASPNET, or preparing to migrate from ASP, A First Look at ASRNET v. 2.0 gives you complete information for assessing ASPNET 2.0-and making the most of it.


    • An Introduction to ASP.NET 2.0
    • Tools and Architecture
    • Data Source Controls and Data Binding
    • The GridView and DetailsView Controls
    • Master Pages and Navigation
    • Security
    • Personalization and Themes
    • Web Parts and Portal Framework
    • Pages, Posting and Validation
    • Mobile Delice Support
    • Caching
    • Control Enhancements
    • Configuration and Administration


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    498 pages
  • Poids
    0.835 Kg
  • Dimensions
    15,5 cm × 23,0 cm × 3,0 cm

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Alex Homer is managing director of Stonebroom, Ltd., a software-development, consulting, and training organization. He was formerly lead technical author and reviewer for Wrox Press, specializing in Microsoft Web and database technologies. Dave Sussman speaks frequently at Microsoft development conferences and has been writing about ASP since its earliest releases. Microsoft named Homer and Sussman the UK's only "Software Legends." They are authors and coauthors of several books, including Professional ASPNET, Second Edition. Rob Howard is Program Manager on Microsoft's ASPNET team. His books include ASPNET Developer's Cookbook (SAMS).

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