Building E-commerce Sites with the .NET Framework
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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