If you are interested in writing programs for the new
Microsoft C# programming language, then C#: Your
visual blueprint for building .NET applications is the
book for you.
This book will take you through the basics of using
the Visual Studio Microsoft Development Environment
(MDE) window and familiarize you with the essentials
of C# programming. The book even covers advanced
topics including creating forms, macros, and Web
ASP.NET Step By Step is designed to provide a comprehensive introduction and
overview of developing Web applications with ASP.NET. The goal of this book is to help
you become competent at the basic skills necessary for creating and using ASP.NET
applications. To help you get there as quickly and easily as possible, this book has been
divided into six parts, each composed of one or more chapters related to a specific topic.
Over the course of these parts and chapters, you’ll learn about the new .NET
development platform and the part ASP.NET plays in it.
This book is meant to give you a head start on the changes from Visual Basic to
Visual Basic.NET (VB.NET). Most of the book assumes that you are comfortable
with Visual Basic 6.0 (VB6), so the book endeavors to be a quick introduction to the
major differences between VB6 and the new VB.NET.
I’ve been using Visual Basic since version 1.0. The most dramatic shift had been in
the move from VB3 to VB4, when class modules were introduced, and VB started on
its long, slow path to becoming object oriented.
Published just in time for the first release of Visual Basic Studio .NET, Programming Visual Basic .NET
is a programmer's complete guide to Visual Basic .NET. Starting with a sample application and a highlevel
map, the book jumps right into showing how the parts of .NET fit with Visual Basic .NET. Topics
include the common language runtime Windows Forms, ASP.NET, Web Forms, Web Services, and
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.
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).
Need to make sense of the many changes to Visual Basic for the new .NET platform? VB .NET
Language in a Nutshell introduces the important aspects of the language and explains the .NET
framework. An alphabetical reference covers the functions, statements, directives, objects, and object
members that make up the VB .NET language. To ease the transition, each language element
includes a "VB .NET/VB 6 Differences" section.
This unique book takes good ASP.NET application construction one step further by emphasizing loosely coupled and highly cohesive ASP.NET web application architectural design. Each chapter
addresses a layer in an enterprise ASP.NET application and shows how proven patterns, principles, and best practices can be leveraged to solve problems and improve the design of your code. In addition, a professional-level, end-to-end case study is used to show how to use best practice design patterns and principles in a real website.
Professional ASP.NET Design Patterns:...
Before looking at the steps necessary to build the preceding application, I should cover what
the term .NET means and what it offers to a software developer. .NET is an infrastructure that
provides two major benefits: productivity and security. Using .NET, a developer can write code
for many modern problem domains faster, and during coding, the developer faces fewer pitfalls
that could end up in security vulnerabilities. Furthermore, .NET code can be
implemented so that it can be executed with restricted access to APIs.
This book was written to introduce you to the features and capabilities that ASP.NET 3.5 offers, as well as to give you an explanation of the foundation that ASP.NET provides. We assume you have a general understanding of Web technologies, such as previous versions of ASP.NET, Active Server Pages 2.0/3.0, or JavaServer Pages. If you understand the basics of Web programming, you should not have much trouble following along with this book's content.
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Welcome to ASP.NET 2.0 Everyday Apps For Dummies, the book that
teaches ASP.NET 2.0 Web programming by example. In this book,
you’ll find eight complete ASP.NET applications. We’re not talking trivial
Hello-World-type applications here. Instead, they’re real-world applications
like shopping carts and discussion forums. You can use any of them as-is, or
modify them as you see fit. So you’ve got workable stuff already included.
(What a concept.)
Since 1996, ASP programmers have faced one upgrade after another, often with no
extremely visible advantages until version 3.x—it’s been quite a wild ride. Now we
have the first significant improvement in ASP programming within our grasp—
ASP.NET.Our reliance on a watered-down version of Visual Basic has been alleviated
now that ASP.NET pages may be programmed in both Microsoft’s new and
more powerful version of Visual Basic or the latest version of C++: C#, which is
more Web friendly.ASP.NET allows programmers and developers to work with both
VB.NET and C# within the same ASP.
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