Pro ASP.NET 1.1 in C#: From Professional to Expert

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Apress, Nov 5, 2004 - Computers - 1000 pages
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Pro ASP.NET 1.1 in C# aims to be the definitive reference for working developers in the field. Its compendium format covers every topic you are likely to come across in your day-to-day work, from handling data through to configuration and deployment.

The books goal is to act first as a tutorial guide that you can read from cover to cover, and second as a reference book that you can scan quickly to retrieve the answer to a specific problem as you work.

This comprehensive reference is ideal for seasoned ASP.NET developers who perform real work on a daily basis. This book puts to use hard-won, real-world ASP.NET and C# experience, and demonstrates it clearly through numerous diagrams, screenshots, and working code samples.

 

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Contents

Introducing ASPNET
3
Internet Information Services
29
Visual Studio NET
53
The ASPNET Page
97
ASPNET Controls
135
ASPNET Applications
185
State Management
233
ADONET Fundamentals
275
Forms Authentication
545
Windows Authentication
585
Authorization
603
Advanced Security
623
User Controls
655
Custom Server Controls
677
DesignTime Support
733
JavaScript
763

Disconnected Data
313
Data Binding
351
Advanced ADONET
407
XML
453
Files and Streams
493
The ASPNET Security Infrastructure
527
Dynamic Graphics with GDI+
789
Creating Web Services
821
Web Service Standards and Extensions
871
Advanced Web Services
911
Index
943
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Matthew MacDonald is an author, educator, and MCSD developer who has a passion for emerging technologies. He is a regular writer for developer journals such as Inside Visual Basic, ASPToday, and Hardcore Visual Studio .NET, and he's the author of several books about programming with .NET, including User Interfaces in VB .NET: Windows Forms and Custom Controls, The Book of VB .NET, and .NET Distributed Applications. In a dimly- remembered past life, he studied English literature and theoretical physics. Send e-mail with praise, condemnation, and everything in between, to p2p@prosetech.com.

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