This book is for anyone who is interested in building web services using the tools supplied with the .NET Framework, and wants to look at both of these technologies. If you are only interested in ASP.NET web services, you should consider buying Professional ASP.NET Web Services instead. Prior knowledge of C# and the .NET Framework is assumed.
This book covers security topics on a wide range of areas in ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET 3.5. It starts with
an introduction to Internet Information Services 7.0 (IIS 7.0) and then explains in detail the new IIS 7.0 Integrated
mode of execution. Next is detailed coverage of how security is applied when an ASP.NET application
starts up and when a request is processed in the newly introduced integrated request-processing
When Microsoft created .NET, it wasn’t just dreaming about the future—it was also worrying
about the headaches and limitations of the current generation of web development technologies.
Before you get started with ASP.NET 2.0, it helps to take a step back and consider these problems.
You’ll then understand the solution that .NET offers.
In this chapter you’ll consider the history of web development leading up to ASP.NET, take a
whirlwind tour of the most significant features of .NET, and preview the core changes in ASP.NET 2.0.
If you’re new to ASP.
ASP.NET MVC 2 can be installed and run sidebyside
Note Because Visual Studio 2008 and Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 share
a component of ASP.NET MVC, installing ASP.NET MVC 2 Beta on a
computer where Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 is also installed is not
Whether you’ve been developing with ASP.NET for years or are just getting started, now is a great
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ASP.NET MVC 3 brought features like the Razor view engine, integration with the NuGet package
management system, and built-in integration with jQuery to simplify Ajax development. ASP
ASP.NET makes application development much easier than it was with classic ASP, and hence it has dramatically improved developers' productivity. ASP.NET enables you to provide richer functionality to your Web applications by writing the least amount of code. The best part is that ASP.NET enables you to select any of the available .NET
programming languages. So, unlike classic ASP, in which you had to depend on interpreted VBScript and JScript languages, ASP.NET provides a wide choice of programming languages....
In the spring of 2006, I had the privilege of taking a very early look at what would eventually
become ASP.NET MVC. Scott Guthrie of Microsoft arranged a personal demo just for me backstage at the DevConnections conference in balmy Nice, France. At the time, I had just started playing with ASP.NET Web Forms and the Model-View-Presenter (MVP) pattern.
to see the usual great set of designers to automatically define models, controllers,
and views. Instead, I was surprised to see a brand-new application model being
worked out on top of the same ASP.NET runtime.
ASP.NET is Microsoft’s platform for developing web applications. Using ASP.NET, you can create e-commerce
shops, data-driven portal sites, and just about anything else you can find on the Internet. Best of all, you don’t
need to paste together a jumble of HTML and script code in order to program the Web. Instead, you can create
full-scale web applications using nothing but code and a design tool such as Visual Studio.
The cost of all this innovation is the learning curve. To master ASP.NET, you need to learn how to use
an advanced design tool (Visual Studio), a toolkit of objects (the .
The web application landscape is vast and varied. Microsoft’s ASP.NET Framework—
built on top of the mature and robust .NET Framework—is one of the most trusted
platforms in the industry. ASP.NET MVC is Microsoft’s latest addition to the world of
ASP.NET providing web developers with an alternative development approach that
helps you build web applications with ease.
The main goal of this book is simple: to help you to build a complete understanding
of the ASP.NET MVC 4 Framework from the ground up. However, it doesn’t stop there
—the book combines fundamental ASP.
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Although this book is about ASP.NET, you can’t fully appreciate this new technology
unless you understand how Web development has evolved over the last few years. In
this first chapter, I’ll provide you with a brief history of the various ways in which Web
applications have traditionally been developed. I’ll start with HTML and then go quickly
through the Common Gateway Interface (CGI), the Internet Server Application
Programming Interface (ISAPI), and Active Server Pages (ASP).
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Ajax is a set of technologies that will revolutionize the way that web-based applications are designed. It
revolutionizes the way that applications are used, provides users a responsive application, and provides
developers with the alternatives for building their applications.
Intr to ASP ro o P.NET MV 4 w T VC with Visu Studio (Be ual S o eta)Rick A Anderso and S on Scott Ha anselma anorial will teach you the basics of building an ASP.NET M e n MVC Web Summary: This tuto M isual Studio 11 Express Beta for W o s Web, which is a free application using Microsoft Vi of ft udio. version o Microsof Visual Stu Categor Step-By-Step ry: Applies to: ASP.NE MVC 4 Beta, Visual Studio 11 B ET Beta Source: ASP.NET site (link to s source cont tent)
ASP.NET is a revolutionary programming frramework that enables the rapid development of powerful wed applications and services. Part of the Microsoft.NET, it provides the easiest and most scalable way to develop, deloy and run distributed web applications that can target any browser or any appilcation.
The Model-View-Controller pattern—universally known as MVC—provides a stable, testable approach to web application development by separating the major functions—or concerns—of an application into independently defined roles.
ASP.NET MVC in Action is a comprehensive guide to MVC-based development using this powerful framework. It offers a clearly-written introduction both to the ASP.NET MVC Framework and to the MVC approach. The focus is on creating real, maintainable web applications—so don't expect toy examples and short snippets.
TO BUILD EFFECTIVE AND ATTRACTIVE database-driven websites, you need two things: a solid and
fast framework to run your web pages on and a rich and extensive environment to create and program
these web pages. With ASP.NET 4.5 and Visual Studio 2012 you get both. Together they form
the platform to create dynamic and interactive websites.
ASP.NET 4.5 builds on top of its popular predecessors ASP.NET 2.0, 3.5, and 4.0. While maintaining
backward compatibility with sites built using these older versions, ASP.NET 4.
This book begins with you working along as Scott Guthrie builds a complete ASP.NET MVC reference application. He begins NerdDinner by using the File-New Project menu command within Visual Studio to create a new ASP.NET MVC Application. You'll then incrementally add functionality and features.