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Using LINQ to SQL in an ASP.NET Application
By Stephen Walther
Apr 9, 2008
Build database-driven ASP.NET applications by taking advantage of LINQ to SQL.
Overview of the ASP.NET Framework
By Stephen Walther
Feb 1, 2008
Learn how the framework works, and build a simple web page.
Personalization with Profiles and Web Parts in ASP.NET 2.0
By Randy Connolly
Jan 25, 2008
ASP.NET 2.0 has two new features that help developers manage and implement personalization in their sites.
ASP.NET Compilation Models
By Jim Cheshire
Oct 26, 2007
Learn how ASP.NET applications are compiled.
Getting Started with Silverlight
By Adam Nathan
Oct 19, 2007
Learn how to get started with this promising alternative to Flash.
Managing Database Transactions with the TransactionScope
By Paul Kimmel
Sep 7, 2007
Paul Kimmel explains TransactionScope, a lighter, faster way to enlist modifications to data in a transaction.
Customizing and Managing Your Site's Appearance with ASP.NET 2.0 Tools
By Randy Connolly
Mar 30, 2007
This chapter shows ways to customize the style of pages and controls in your Web application using ASP.NET 2.0.
State Management in ASP.NET 2.0
By Fritz Onion, Keith Brown
Jan 5, 2007
Fritz Onion and Keith Brown discuss cross-page posting, Profile, and the Wizard, View, and MultiView controls in ASP.NET 2.0.
How to Use Atlas for ASP.NET
By Kris Hadlock
Dec 1, 2006
Kris Hadlock covers everything you need to know about how to use the new Atlas framework for ASP.NET: where to get it and how to integrate it and create your own AJAX-enabled ASP.NET web site from the ground up with C#.
ASP.NET 2.0: Is It Really This Easy?
By Alex Homer, David Sussman
Sep 1, 2006
To give you a feel for the way all the new features of ASP.NET 2.0 combine to provide the overall development experience, this chapter presents a scenario-based demonstration focused on a day in the life of a developer who is in the process of fulfilling the requirements of a fictional customer.
Using the Validation Controls in ASP.NET 2.0
By Stephen Walther
Aug 4, 2006
In this chapter, you learn how to validate form fields when a form is submitted to the web server. You can use the validation controls to prevent users from submitting the wrong type of data into a database table. For example, you can use validation controls to prevent a user from submitting the value "Apple" for a birth date field.
Using Visual Web Developer to Build Pages in ASP.NET 2.0
By Scott Mitchell
Mar 24, 2006
This hour investigates Visual Web Developer in detail, focusing on specific topics like creating new websites and web pages, customizing the editor through Visual Web Developer’s Options menu, and accessing help through the installed documentation.
Real World Object-Oriented Development with ASP.NET: A Custom Data Class
By Jeffrey Putz
Apr 22, 2005
ASP.NET 2.0 Security
By Alex Homer, Rob Howard, Dave Sussman
Dec 10, 2004
This chapter outlines some of the new security features included in ASP.NET 2.0. Many of these new features were added to address problems developers were forced to address in previous releases.
New Features and Tools in ASP.NET 2.0
By Alex Homer, Rob Howard, Dave Sussman
Dec 3, 2004
This chapter covers the new features and tools available in ASP .NET 2.0, including new development tools, compilation and deployment tools, and the other new features that make it worth your time to make the switch to the new version.
Loading Progress and Status Displays in ASP.NET 1.1
By Alex Homer, Daniel Kent, David Sussman, Dan Wahlin
Jul 16, 2004
This chapter shows you two ways to present users with status information while a complex or lengthy process is taking place: displaying a simple "please wait" message or animated GIF image, and implementing the server-side process as a series of staged individual operations.
Exploring the Code in ASP.NET: An Online Community Application
By Dan Kent
Jul 2, 2004
In this chapter, Dan Kent picks apart the code of the online community application presented earlier in his book, seeing how it works.
Working with Nested List Controls in ASP.NET
By Alex Homer, Daniel Kent, David Sussman, Dan Wahlin
Jun 25, 2004
This chapter looks at displaying hierarchical data from related tables or row sets. This is common in many applications, and this chapter investigates four alternative approaches. It also looks at the specific issue of providing a master/detail display where the user can choose to show or hide the related rows.
Client-Side Script Integration in ASP.NET
By Alex Homer, Daniel Kent, David Sussman, Dan Wahlin
May 28, 2004
This chapter takes a look at the major client-side script issues that affect you when you create ASP.NET pages, as well as when you create reusable content such as user controls and server controls. It reinforces some of the basic techniques and demonstrates useful ways that even very simple script can solve common issues you come up against when building ASP.NET Web applications.
Content Management Options for .NET Portals, Intranets, and Corporate Web Sites
By Dmitri Riz, Deon Schaffer, James J. Townsend
May 28, 2004
If you're designing, developing, and implementing Web portals using Microsoft servers and the .NET Framework, at some point you'll need to put stuff on your site. (Well, duh.) The Microsoft .NET platform offers several content management options, and this sample book chapter will give you an exhaustive overview of the choices.

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