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ASP.NET Developer's JumpStart

By Paul D. Sheriff, Ken Getz
 
Publisher : Addison Wesley
Pub Date : April 08, 2002
ISBN : 0-672-32357-5
Pages : 672

The purpose of ASP.NET JumpStart is to show readers the practical applications of .NET and ASP.NET by illustrating how to build Web-based applications using Web Forms and Web Services. Emphasis will be on good programming standards and practices. The reader will be taken from an introduction of the VB .NET language to intermediate topics through a step-by-step approach, which gives the reader the opportunity to try out the practices presented in each chapter.

   
   
•  Table of Contents
•  Index
ASP.NET Developer's JumpStart
By Paul D. Sheriff, Ken Getz
 
Publisher : Addison Wesley
Pub Date : April 08, 2002
ISBN : 0-672-32357-5
Pages : 672
     


    Copyright
    About the Authors
    Acknowledgments
    Introduction
      What Is the Purpose of This Book?
      Who Should Read This Book?
      Prerequisites
   
    Part I.  Introduction to Microsoft .NET and ASP.NET
      Chapter 1.  Getting Started with the Sample Application
      Preparing for the Sample Application
      Introducing the Sample Application
      Summary
   
      Chapter 2.  Introduction to Microsoft .NET
      NET and XML
      Overview of the .NET Framework
      Types of Applications You Can Build
      Migrating to .NET
      Benefits of Using the .NET Framework
      Summary
   
      Chapter 3.  Introduction to Visual Studio .NET
      Configuring Visual Studio .NET
      Project Templates
      Visual Studio Integrated Development Environment (IDE)
      Using Help
      Types of Windows
      Using the Editor
      Summary
   
      Chapter 4.  Overview of .NET Framework Classes
      .NET Framework Namespaces
      The System Namespace
      The System.Data Namespace
      The System.IO Namespace
      The System.Text Namespace
      The System.Collections Namespace
      The System.Web.Services Namespace
      The System.Xml Namespace
      Summary
   
      Chapter 5.  Introduction to Internet Programming
      Internet Basics
      HTML Basics
      Creating Web Sites Before ASP.NET
      Web Sites Created Using ASP.NET
      Summary
   
      Chapter 6.  Introduction to ASP.NET
      Overview of ASP.NET
      Introducing Web Form Controls
      How Web Forms Work
      Internet Information Server (IIS) Objects
      Creating User Controls
      Creating the Northwind Solution
      Summary
   
      Chapter 7.  Working with ASP.NET and VB .NET
      Event-Handling Basics
      Data Types
      Creating Your Own Procedures
      Summary
   
      Chapter 8.  Validation Controls
      Requiring Data Entry
      Checking a Range
      Validating Expressions
      Creating Your Own Validation
      Summarizing Validation Messages
      Comparing Values
      Summary
   
      Chapter 9.  Debugging in Visual Studio .NET
      Using the Debugger
      Introducing the Debugging Tools
      Useful Versus .NET Debugging Tools
      Using the Debug Class
      Conditional Compilation
      Summary
   
   
    Part II.  Data Handling
      Chapter 10.  Introduction to ADO.NET
      Using ADO.NET Classes
      ADO.NET Namespaces
      Getting Started with ADO.NET
      Benefits of ADO.NET
      Summary
   
      Chapter 11.  Data Binding on Web Forms
      Creating a Sample Page
      Displaying Your Data
      Summary
   
      Chapter 12.  Error Handling
      The Promise of Structured Exception Handling
      Using Exception Handling
      Working with Specific Exceptions
      Throwing Exceptions
      Creating an Error Page
      Summary
   
      Chapter 13.  ADO.NET Connection and Command Objects
      Providing ADO.NET Connection Information
      Using ADO.NET Connection Objects
      Updating Data Using a Command Object
      Summary
   
      Chapter 14.  Working with Data
      Using the DataReader Object
      Retrieving Datasets Generically
      Working with Relations in a Dataset
      Summary
   
      Chapter 15.  Using Stored Procedures with ADO.NET
      Setting Up the Sample Stored Procedures
      The OleDb Namespace and Stored Procedures
      The SqlClient Namespace and Stored Procedures
      Summary
   
      Chapter 16.  Using the DataGrid Control
      Adding Features to the DataGrid Control
      Loading the DataGrid Control with Data
      Formatting Numeric Columns
      Enabling Paging
      Selecting a Row
      Sorting Columns
      Summary
   
      Chapter 17.  Editing Data Using the DataGrid Control
      Project Setup
      Editing Data Using Links
      Editing Data on the Grid
      Adding a Template Column
      Adding and Deleting Rows
      Summary
   
      Chapter 18.  Using the Repeater Control
      How Does the Repeater Control Work?
      Creating a Repeater
      More Advanced Repeater Features
      Summary
   
      Chapter 19.  Using the DataList Control
      Project Setup
      Adding the Control's Data Source
      Adding the Full ItemTemplate
      Using the DataList Control's Properties
      Adding the EditItemTemplate Section
      Adding Event-Handling Code
      Summary
   
   
    Part III.  Web Development Techniques
      Chapter 20.  Using Crystal Reports
      Creating a Report
      Viewing the Report
      Summary
   
      Chapter 21.  Creating User Controls
      Creating a Header Control
      Creating a Navigation Control
      Creating More Complex User Controls
      Defining and Raising Events
      Summary
   
      Chapter 22.  Rich ASP.NET Controls
      The CheckBoxList and RadioButtonList Controls
      The Calendar Control
      The AdRotator Control
      The Literal Control
      The PlaceHolder Control
      Summary
   
      Chapter 23.  State Management in ASP.NET
      State Management Techniques in Brief
      Using the Session Object
      Using Cookies
      Using the ViewState Property
      Cookieless Sessions
      ASP.NET State Service
      Automatic SQL Server State Management
      Summary
   
      Chapter 24.  Introduction to Web Security
      Forms-Based Authentication
      Supporting Authorization
      Summary
   
      Chapter 25.  Creating Mobile Web Applications
      Introducing the Microsoft Mobile Internet Toolkit
      Creating a Page for Mobile Devices
      Working with the ObjectList Control
      Adding Validation Controls
      Summary
   
      Chapter 26.  Development and Deployment Techniques
      Development Techniques
      Deploying ASP.NET Applications
      Summary
   
   
    Part IV.  Web Services
      Chapter 27.  Introduction to XML
      The Power of XML
      Getting Started with XML
      XML Schema
      Summary
   
      Chapter 28.  Introduction to XML Web Services
      Web Service Requirements
      XML Web Services Then and Now
      Web Services in Action
      Summary
   
      Chapter 29.  Creating and Consuming XML Web Services
      Creating a Simple XML Web Service
      Consuming a Web Service
      Creating a Useful Web Service
      Summary
   
      Chapter 30.  Investigating Web Service Consumers
      Consuming a Web Service Synchronously
      Consuming a Web Service Asynchronously
      Summary
   
      Chapter 31.  Securing Web Services
      Security Mechanisms
      Windows Integrated Authentication
      Custom SOAP Authentication
      Client Certificates
      IP Address Restriction
      Summary
   
      Appendix A.  Programming Standards
      Setting Up Your Environment
      Naming Conventions
      Coding Conventions
      Summary
   
   
    Index

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