Building E-commerce Sites with the .NET Framework

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Annotation. The developer without e-commerce experience will learn how to construct their own fully functioning e-commerce site within the .NET Framework. Jason Bentrum, lead e-Commerce Developer for Mary Kay Cosmetics, has written tutorials and step-by-step code analysis. James Whatley provides a functioning .NET based e-commerce site for developers to interact with actively. This is a serious book for experienced developers that want complete explanations and code for building an e-commerce site in the framework of the future .NET. A real practice site. Readers will follow and interact with a real-.NET e-commerce site built in connection with this book. This book has a case-study focus and builds e-commerce sites using the new Microsoft Visual Studio .NET Framework. There are detailed descriptions of design choices a developer makes as well as implementation details. Finally, the development of a working, modern e-commerce site is provided, in this case study approach, along with clear and simple explanations, screenshots, and step-by-step code excerpts. Jason Bentrum is a Senior Developer for Mary Kay, Inc. in Dallas, Texas. This site is one of the largest functioning business-to-consumer Web sites in the country.

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Introduction
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PART V
8
NET Overview
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Jason Bentrum is a Senior Developer for Mary Kay, Inc. in Dallas, Texas. This site is one of the largest functioning business-to-consumer Web sites in the country. Jason helped to design and to implement this impressive e-commerce Site. Implementation involved using Site Server Commerce Edition 3.0, Windows2000 Active Server Pages, HTML, JavaScript, Visual Basic, ADO 2.5, and Microsoft SQL Server 7.0. Custom Distributed COM+ components were written in Visual Basic and used Microsoft Windows2000 COM+. User input was validated with client-side JavaScript.

He helped to design and to implement the extranet on-line ordering system for Mary Kay. Implementation involved using Site Server Commerce Edition, Active Server Pages, HTML, JavaScript, Visual Basic, and Microsoft SQL Server 7.0. James Whatley (MCP) has worked in the Information Technology field for more than six years. He is a Technical Consultant for Mary Kay Inc. in Dallas, Texas. In the past three years, James was a key factor in the success of moving Mary Kay into the e-Commerce front. The company's e-Commerce site has grown to be one of the largest business-to-consumer Web sites in the country, currently fourth in retail sales. James was a major contributor to the design and implementation of this impressive e-Commerce application. The site was developed using Site Server Commerce Edition 3.0, Visual Basic 6.0, Active Server Pages, HTML, JavaScript, ADO 2.5, Microsoft SQL Server 7.0, and runs on Windows 2000. James is now working on designing and implementing Mary Kay's new corporate order entry system based on the .NET Framework.

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