Professional ASP.NET 4 in C# and VB (Google eBook)

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John Wiley & Sons, Jun 25, 2010 - Computers - 1536 pages
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This book introduces you to the features and capabilities that ASP.NET 4 offers, and explains the foundation that ASP.NET provides. It covers each major new feature included in ASP.NET 4 in detail. Retaining the unique C# and VB dual language coverage, this edition retains many great features from previous versions, including both printed and downloadable VB and C# code examples. Other expert coverage include IIS and the provider model, site navigation, design, debugging, modules and handlers, Silverlight, CSS, Ajax and the Ajax Control Toolkit, jQuery, and MVC.
  

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Contents

Application and Page Frameworks
12
ASP NET Server Controls and ClientSide Scripts
49
ASP NET Web Server Controls
85
Validation Server Controls
157
Working with Master Pages
187
Themes and Skins
217
Data Binding
237
Data Management with ADO NET
309
Debugging and Error Handling
895
File IO and Streams
927
User and Server Controls
979
Modules and Handlers
1045
ASP NET MVC
1059
Using Business Objects
1081
ADO NET Entity Framework
1105
ASP NET Dynamic Data
1129

Querying with LINQ
371
Working with XML and LINQ to XML
405
Introduction to the Provider Model
457
Extending the Provider Model
491
Site Navigation 519
569
Membership and Role Management
597
Portal Frameworks and Web Parts
643
HTML and CSS Design with ASP NET
683
ASP NET AJAX
709
ASP NET AJAX Control Toolkit
749
Security
805
State Management
835
Caching
865
Working with Services
1153
Building Global Applications
1217
Configuration
1239
Instrumentation
1285
Administration and Management
1315
Packaging and Deploying ASP NET Applications
1337
APPENDIX A Migrating Older ASP NET Projects
1369
APPENDIX B ASP NET Ultimate Tools
1381
Silverlight 3 and ASP NET
1399
Dynamic Types and Languages
1419
APPENDIX E ASP NET Online Resources
1427
INDEX
1429
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Bill Evjen is one of the most active proponents of .NET technologies. He is the founder of the International .NET Association (INETA), author or coauthor of more than two dozen books, and Global Head of Platform Architecture at Thomson Reuters, Lipper.

Scott Hanselman is a principal program manager lead working in the Server and Tools Online Division at Microsoft. He has a popular blog and weekly podcast at www.computerzen.com and speaks worldwide on ASP.NET.

Devin Rader works at Infragistics where he focuses on delivering great experiences to developers using their controls. He's also a former INETA board member.

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