Beginning DotNetNuke 4.0 Website Creation in VB 2005 with Visual Web Developer 2005 Express: From Novice to Professional

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Apress, Mar 1, 2007 - Computers - 448 pages

DotNetNuke is a programming framework that helps you create and deploy web projects in ASP.NET 2.0. Its ease of use means that even non-programmers can take advantage of the ASP.NET 2.0 features when building a web site. It integrates with many of Microsoft's other free products, like SQL Server 2005 Express, which makes it a powerful and attractive option for developing web sites.

Beginning DotNetNuke 4.0 Website Creation in VB 2005 with Visual Web Developer 2005 Express contains detailed instructions for the installation of DotNetNuke, Visual Web Developer, and SQL Server 2005. This ensures that no matter what your level or ability, you’ll have a working suite of tools as you work through the book and your ASP.NET 2.0 career. The book also features tutorials on creating and publishing an ASP.NET 2.0 web site written in Visual Basic 2005—taking care not to exclude anyone who's utilizing this book strictly to get up to speed on DotNetNuke.

 

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Contents

The Basics
1
The Express and DotNetNuke Combination
25
Installation
39
Primary Visual Basic
73
Visual Web Developer
111
DotNetNuke Basics
153
Creating a DNN Module
191
Finishing the DotNetNuke Module
243
DNN Permissions and Portals
267
DNN Hosting
295
Creating a DNN Skin
315
JavaScript and Ajax
373
Next Steps and Suggestions
403
Index
411
Copyright

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Nick Symmonds works for the Integrated System Solutions division of Ingersoll-Rand, developing and integrating security software. He started his professional life as an electronics technician. While getting his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from the University of Hartford, he started to gravitate toward programming. Nick has spent quite a few years programming in assembly, C, C++, and Visual Basic. Recently, he has latched onto .NET like a lamprey and loves digging into the .NET core. Nick has written several articles on programming and has three books out: Internationalization and Localization Using Microsoft .NET (Apress, 2002), GDI+ Programming in C# and VB .NET (Apress, 2002), and Data Entry and Validation with C# and VB .NET Windows Forms (Apress, 2003). He lives with his family in the northwest hills of Connecticut and has recently become addicted to golf and road cycling. He also enjoys woodworking, hiking, and exploring the hills on his motorcycle.

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