Real World ASP.NET: Building a Content Management System

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Apress, Apr 2, 2002 - Computers - 552 pages

Real World ASP.NET: Building a Content Management System provides web developers with a cost-effective way to develop a content management system within Microsoft's .NET Framework. Unlike other .NET books on ASP.NET that teach technologies on a piecemeal basis, this book explains the underlying technologies and also shows how they are integrated into a complete ASP.NET application suitable for many organizations. Complete source code written in C# and ASP.NET is included, which will enable web developers to create a dynamic content site at a fraction of the cost of a commercial solution. You will learn about the following:

 

Content management system: This system used to manage the content of a website consists of the content management, metacontent management, and content delivery applications. C# and ASP.NET: These underlying technologies are introduced and then applied extensively. ADO.NET: All aspects relevant to dynamic content management are covered. XML: Extensible Markup Language (XML) is introduced and then applied in the programmatic updating of the config.web file. Authentication, authorization, and encryption: These topics are discussed in the book, especially with regard to protected content and system administration. Personalization: Many key technologies are used to make the CMS solution truly user-friendly.

Real-World ASP.NET: Building a Content Management System is the complete hands-on guide to mastering the art of content management systems and website development using the .NET Framework.

 

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User Review  - faganjc - LibraryThing

This is a bit of an odd duck -- the first several chapters are theoretical explanations of what a CMS is and all it's parts. A bit jargon-y for my taste. Then, it switches to pure development using ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter 1So What Is a Content Management System Anyway?
1
Chapter 2Version Control
29
Chapter 3Workflow
41
Chapter 4Personalization
57
Chapter 5Basics of Web Architecture
77
Chapter 6ASPNET C and Visual Studio NET
99
Chapter 7Database Development and ADONET
133
Chapter 8XML
185
Chapter 10Initializing CMSNET
267
Chapter 11
299
Chapter 12Cookies Authentication Authorization and Encryption
345
Chapter 13Displaying Dynamic Content
387
Chapter 14Using a Workflow to Enter Content
427
Chapter 15Registered Users and Protected Content
473
Index
505
Copyright

Chapter 9A Quick Overview of CMSNET
229

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About the author (2002)

Stephen Fraser has over 15 years of information technology experience working for a number of consulting companies, ranging from the large consulting firms of Electronic Data Systems and Andersen Consulting (Accenture) to a number of smaller e-business companies. His IT experience covers all aspects of application and web development and management, ranging from initial concept all the way through to deployment. Stephen resides with his beautiful wife, Sarah, and daughter, Shaina, in the Silicon Valley.