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ASP.NET Unleashed

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ISBN-10: 0672320681

ISBN-13: 9780672320682

Edition: 2002

Authors: Stephen Walther

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Active Server Pages are dynamic Web pages that incorporate technology that has been made freely available by Microsoft. This book guides intermediate to advanced Web developers through the complexities of ASP.NET that replaces version 2.0.
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Book details

List price: $54.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Sams
Publication date: 11/26/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 1464
Size: 7.36" wide x 9.13" long x 2.36" tall
Weight: 5.060
Language: English

Working with ASP.NET WEB Forms
Building ASP.NET Pages
ASP.NET and the .NET Framework
The .NET Framework Class Library
Understanding Namespaces
Standard ASP
NET Namespaces
.NET Framework-Compatible Languages
Introducing ASP.NET Controls
A Simple ASP.NET Page
Benefits of ASP.NET Controls
Overview of ASP.NET Controls
Adding Application Logic to an ASP.NET Page
Handling Control Events. Handling Page Events
The Structure of an ASP.NET Page
Code Declaration Blocks
ASP.NET Controls
Code Render Blocks
Server-side Comments
Server-side Include Directives
Literal Text and HTML Tags
Building Forms with Web Server Controls
Building Smart Forms
Using Label Controls
Using the Text Box Control
Using Button Controls
Using the Radio Button and Radio Button List Controls
Using the Check Box and Check Box List Controls
Using the Drop Down List Control
Using the List Box Control
Controlling Page Navigation
Submitting a Form to a Different Page
Using the Redirect() Method
Working with the HyperLink Control
Applying Formatting to Controls
Base Web Control Properties
Applying Styles to Web Controls
Performing Form Validation with Validation Controls
Using Client-side Validation
Configuring Client-side Validation. Enabling and Disabling Client-side Validation
Requiring Fields: The Required Field Validator Control
Comparing to an Initial Value
Validating Expressions: The Regular Expression Validator Control
Validating E-Mail Addresses
Validating Usernames and Passwords
Validating Phone Numbers
Validating Web Addresses
Checking for Entry Length
Validating ZIP Codes
Comparing Values: The CompareValidator Control
Comparing the Value of One Control to the Value of Another
Comparing the Value of a Control to a Fixed Value
Performing a Data Type Check
Checking for a Range of Values: The Range Validator Control
Summarizing Errors: The Validation Summary Control
Displaying Pop-Up Error Messages
Performing Custom Validation: The Custom Validator Control
Validating Credit Card Numbers
Disabling Validation
Advanced Control Programming
Working with View State
Disabling View State
Adding Values to View State
Displaying and Hiding Content
Using the Visible and Enabled Properties
Using the Panel Control
Simulating Multipage Forms
Adding Controls Programmatically
Adding Controls to a Page
The Place Holder Control
Dynamically Generating Forms
Dynamically Generating List Items
Using Rich Controls
Displaying Interactive Calendars with the Calendar Control
Rendering Calendar Days
Displaying Banner Advertisements with the AdRotator Control
Accepting File Uploads with the HTML Input File Control
Advanced ASP.NET Page Development
Creating Custom Controls with User Controls
Including Standard Content with User Controls
Exposing Properties and Methods in User Controls
Exposing Web Controls in User Controls
Exposing Events in User Controls
Loading User Controls Programmatically
Separating Code from Presentation
Creating Business Components
Creating a Simple Business Component
Creating Multitiered Web Applications. Using Code-Behind
How Code-Behind Really Works
Compiling Code-Behind Files
Inheriting Multiple Pages from a Code-Behind File
Compiling a Complete ASP.NET Page
Targeting Mobile Devices with Mobile Controls
Introduction to Mobile Devices
Using Mobile Device Software Simulators
Using ASP.NET Mobile Controls
Creating Mobile Forms
Dynamically Activating a Mobile Form
Displaying Text
Displaying Lists
Creating Text Boxes
Validating User Input
Displaying Images
Placing Phone Calls
Displaying Advertisements with Mobile Controls
Displaying Calendars with Mobile Controls
Creating Cross-Device-Compatible Mobile Pages
Detecting Mobile Capabilities
Choosing Devices with DeviceSpecific
Using Form Template Sets
Additional Samples and Controls
Using the Microsoft Internet Explorer WebControls
Using the TreeView Control
Using the Toolbar Control
Using the TabStrip Control
Using the ASP.NET Starter Kits
The ASP.NET Community Starter Kit
The ASP.NET Reports Starter Kit
The ASP.NET Time Tracker Starter Kit
The ASP.NET Commerce Starter Kit
The ASP.NET Portal Starter Kit
Working with ADO.NET
Introduction to ADO.NET
An Overview of ADO.NET. Performing Common Database Tasks
Opening a Database Connection
Retrieving Records from a Database Table
Using Parameters with Queries
Adding Recor