ASP.NET for Web Designers

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ASP.NET for Web Designers

By Peter Ladka
Publisher: New Riders Publishing

Pub Date: August 23, 2002
ISBN: 0-7357-1262-X, 650 pages


Teaching ASP.NET in a non-linear format that creative thinkers can easily grasp and understand without the typical programming jargon. Provides clear and concise, hands-on, real-world examples right from the beginning of the book. The book contains a natural progression by providing foundational information in the opening chapters. Content will be presented with "hands-on" examples so the opening chapters will also be laying the groundwork for more advanced subjects by not only presenting the information but by writing code as well. The middle section of the book covers the key cast members on the .NET stage including HTML Controls, Web Controls and List Controls. The third and final section of the book covers more advanced issues in ASP.NET including data access and security issues.

ASP.NET for Web Designers


Copyright
About the Author
About the Technical Reviewers
Acknowledgments
Tell Us What You Think

Introduction
  Who Should Read This Book
  Who This Book Is Not For
  Overview
  Conventions


Part I: ASP.NET Overview

  Chapter 1. ASP.NET Basics
      ASP.WHAT?
      Understanding ASP.NET
      Let Me Show You the Shiny New Model: The ASP.NET Advantage
      Summary

  Chapter 2. Understanding Object-Oriented Programming
      What Is Object-Oriented Design?
      Properties
      Namespaces
      ASP.NET and Objects
      Summary

  Chapter 3. Scripting Basics
      Common Language Runtime—Which Language Should I Use?
      Variables
      Manipulating Data
      Control Structure
      Functions and Subs and void, OH MY!
      Summary

  Chapter 4. ASP.NET Pages
      Understanding Page Events
      Understanding Page Properties
      Understanding Directives
      Code Separation and Using Code-Behind
      Summary

  Chapter 5. Understanding User Controls
      What Are User Controls?
      User Control Creation Techniques
      Exposing Properties and Methods to Your ASP.NET Pages
      Using the LoadControl Method
      Summary


Part II: Designing with ASP.NET

  Chapter 6. HTML Server Controls
      Working with HTML Server Controls
      HTML Control Classes
      HTML Server Controls
      Summary

  Chapter 7. Web Server Controls
      What Is a Web Server Control?
      Why Use Web Server Controls?
      Web Form Server Controls
      Now That's Cool! Rich Server Controls
      Summary

  Chapter 8. Web Form Validators
      Form Validation
      Validating Input Controls
      Multi-Browser Support and Validation
      ASP.NET Web Form Validation Example
      Summary

  Chapter 9. Displaying Data with Server Controls
      What Are List Controls?
      List Controls
      Complex List Controls
      Summary


Part III: Advanced Features in ASP.NET

  Chapter 10. ADO.NET
      What Is ADO.NET?
      Querying Data
      Inserting, Updating, and Deleting Data
      Stored Procedures
      Summary

  Chapter 11. State Management in ASP.NET
      What Is State Management?
      Page State
      Session State
      Application State
      Summary

  Chapter 12. Form-Based Security in ASP.NET
      Creating Form-Based Security
      Understanding Authentication Logic
      Understanding Authorization Logic
      Summary

  Chapter 13. XML in ASP.NET
      The XML Server Control
      Summary


Part IV: Appendixes

  Appendix A. Installing the .NET Framework
  Appendix B. Compiling Custom Objects
      Visual Basic .NET Example
      C# Example

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