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Pure ASP. Net A Code-Intensive Premium Reference

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ISBN-10: 067232069X

ISBN-13: 9780672320699

Edition: 2002

Authors: Robert Lair, Jason Lefebvre

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This title shows how to develop dynamic web applications by working through detailed code examples. It contains extensive coverage of ASP.NET controls.
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Book details

List price: $44.99
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Pearson Education
Publication date: 9/27/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 640
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.50" tall
Weight: 1.848
Language: English

Overview of Asp.Net
ASP.NET and the Microsoft .NET
Overview of Microsoft .NET
Goals of Microsoft .NET
Technologies of the Microsoft .NET Framework
Benefits of the Microsoft.NET Framework
The Common Language Runtime
Overview of the Common Language Runtime
Microsoft Intermediate Language
JIT Compilation
Garbage Collection in the -Microsoft .NET Runtime
ASP.NET Web Forms
Server-Side Code Blocks
ASP.NET Web Form Events
Visual Studio and the Code Behind Method
ASP.NET Controls
ASP.NET Controls Generate HTML
ViewState Management
HTML Controls
Web Controls
Custom Controls
List Controls
Types of List Controls
Benefits of Using List Controls
How the List Controls Work
Validating User Input
What Are Validation Controls? Benefits of Using Validation Controls
Types of Validation Controls
Displaying Errors
Understanding Data Access with ADO.NET
Benefits of ADO.NET
The ADO.NET Object Model
Overview of Web Services
What Are Web Services? Why Use Web Services? Exposing Web Services
Consuming Web Services
Developing With Asp.Net
Building ASP.NET Pages with HTML and Web Controls
A Technical Overview of Web Controls
Core Web Controls
Encapsulating ASP.NET Page Functionality with User Controls
Creating a Simple User Control
Fragment Caching
Working with ASP.NET List Controls
Binding Data to List Controls
The Repeater List Control
The DataList List Control
The DataGrid Control
Working with ASP.NET Validation Controls
Properties and Methods Common to All Controls
Placing a Control on a Web Form
Formatting Error Messages
The RequiredField Validator
The Range Validator
The Compare Validator
The RegularExpression Validator
The Custom Validator
The ValidationSummary Web Control
Data Access with ADO.NET
Using the Connection Object
Using the Command Object
Using the DataReader Object
Working with Stored Procedures
Working with Transactions
Building Components for ASP.NET
What Are Components? Benefits of Using Components
Microsoft Windows DNA
Components and Microsoft .NET
COM Interoperability
COM+ Services: Using Transactions from Microsoft .NET
Building Web Services
Creating a Web Service
Building Web Services into -an Existing Application
Consuming Web Services
Using Precompiled Web Services
Consuming Web Services from a Web Form
Consuming Web Services from -a Windows Form
Configuring and Optimizing an ASP.NET Application
Configuring ASP.NET Applications
Optimizing ASP.NET Applications
Securing and Deploying an ASP.NET Application
ASP.NET Installation Benefits
Deploying ASP.NET Pages
Deploying Components
Securing an Application
Microsoft .Net Reference By Namespace
Collections Reference
The ArrayList Class
The BitArray Class
The Hashtable Class
The Queue Class
The SortedList Class
The Stack Class
System.Data.SqlClient Reference
The SqlCommand Class
The SqlConnection Class
The SqlDataReader Class
The SqlDbType Class
The SqlParameter Class
The SqlParameterCollection Class
The SqlTransaction Class
System.Web Reference
The HttpBrowserCapabilities Class
The HttpRequest Class
The HttpResponse Class
System.Web.UI.WebControls Reference
The WebControl Class
The HyperLink Class
The Button Class
The Calendar Class
The Label Class
The Image Class
The Panel Class
The TextBox Class
The CheckBox Class
The ImageButton Class
The LinkButton Class
The RadioButton Class
The BaseValidator Class
The CompareValidator Class
The CustomValidator Class
The RangeValidator Class
The RegularExpressionValidator Class
The RequiredFieldValidator Class
The ValidationSummary Class
Selected Static Classes