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Reviewed: Three ASP.NET DataGrid Components
By Shawn Wildermuth
May 28, 2004
The DataGrid that ships with ASP.NET could be more developer-friendly, as it has several limitations, but quite a few add-on components promise to fill in the gaps. Shawn Wildermuth examines a few of those alternatives.
Creating Reusable Content in ASP.NET
By Alex Homer, Daniel Kent, David Sussman, Dan Wahlin
May 21, 2004
The .NET Framework provides several techniques that are extremely useful and efficient and that can provide high levels of reuse for interface declarations and runtime code.
ASP.NET Rendered Custom Controls with C#Builder
By Joe Mayo
Apr 23, 2004
Of the three types of ASP.NET controls, a rendered custom control is the most powerful. Rendered custom controls give you the ability to manipulate the appearance and behavior of a control at a very fine-grained level. Although rendered custom controls are somewhat complex to use, the advantage is that you have full control over their appearance, events, and state.
Building ASP.NET Applications with C#Builder for Microsoft .NET
By Joe Mayo
Mar 12, 2004
Among the many features of C#Builder is an ASP.NET application development environment. With full support for WYSIWYG design and access to HTML and C# code, C#Builder is an excellent tool for building entire Web sites.
ASP.NET Custom Controls
By Rob Howard, Steven A. Smith
Nov 13, 2003
ASP.NET's custom controls pick up where User Controls leave off, providing greater flexibility, reusability, and a better design time experience, but with some added complexity. This chapter shows you some of the most common server-control techniques.
Isolated Storage
By Jim Mischel
Oct 24, 2003
INI files and the Windows registry were a step in the right direction, but isolated storage is the best option for persisting application-specific user settings in .NET programs.
Creating Our First ASP
By Scott Mitchell
Oct 10, 2003
This sample chapter will walk you through the creation of your first practical ASP.NET Web page.
Injecting Dynamic JavaScript to Focus ASP.NET Controls
By Paul Kimmel
Oct 10, 2003
Because Web applications are generally stateless, it takes some extra effort to offer some of the convenience of a Windows Forms application. Web controls don't support the focus behavior in the code behind but a client-side script does. In this article, Paul Kimmel, the author of Visual Basic .NET Power Coding, demonstrates one technique for refocusing the previous control after a postback.
Performing Form Validation with Validation Controls
By Stephen Walther
Sep 12, 2003
You can use the Validation controls in ASP.NET to perform very different types of form validation tasks. This sample chapter will show you how.
Understanding Paths in ASP.NET
By Fritz Onion
Sep 12, 2003
Fritz Onion covers the details of managing paths and URLs in ASP.NET, looking at everything from virtual to physical path mapping to root path reference syntax.
SQL Server 2000 and XML
By Kirk A. Evans, Ashwin Kamanna, Joel Mueller
Aug 8, 2003
Discover the many different ways SQL Server 2000 supports XML with a comprehensive look at both out-of-the-box support and the SQLXML 3.0 add-on.
Customizing the HTML Output
By Scott Mitchell
Jun 27, 2003
Learn how to improve the appearance of the DataGrid and DataList Web controls through the use of display properties. Those less artistically inclined will also benefit from the explanation of tools such as Visual Studio .NET and the Web Matrix Project, both of which provide automatic style schemes.
ASP.NET Data Web Controls: Providing DataGrid Pagination
By Scott Mitchell
Jun 20, 2003
Learn how to provide pagination support for the DataGrid Web control using the default paging mechanism. You will also discover the advantages of custom paging that allows the DataSource to contain only those records that will be displayed on the current page of data the user is viewing.
State Management on the Web
By Fritz Onion
Jun 6, 2003
Managing state in Web applications goes against the fundamental design principles of the Web. Nevertheless, it is necessary for many applications. Learn the four different types of state management in ASP.NET and what they can do for you.
State Management in ASP.NET
By Fritz Onion
May 30, 2003
State management influences almost every aspect of a Web application's design. Take the steps to learn and understand all the options available for state management, as well as their implications for usability, performance, and scalability.
Accepting User Uploads in ASP.NET
By Rick Leinecker
Nov 29, 2002
Once upon a time, your web site needed third-party components to allow users to upload files. Now you can do it all in ASP.NET, without any third-party add-ons. Here's how.
Building ASP.NET Pages with Visual Basic.NET and C#
By Chris Payne
Nov 29, 2002
Chris Payne teaches you how to build your own ASP.NET pages using Visual Basic.NET and C#. He begins with ASP.NET's syntax, general programming structures, and programming methodologies, and provides examples of each.
Managing Session State for ASP.NET
By Paul Kimmel
Nov 15, 2002
Software developer Paul Kimmel takes a quick look at how to get data into the ASP.NET Session cache, as well as how and why to configure different kinds of session state servers.
ASP.NET Extensibility With XML
By Kirk A. Evans, Ashwin Kamanna, Joel Mueller
Sep 26, 2002
Explore how XML is integrated with the configuration of Windows Forms and Web Forms applications using the ASP.NET web.config files.
Validating ASP.NET Pages
By Chris Payne
Sep 26, 2002
ASP.NET's validation controls make user input validation easier than ever. Discover how to implement, customize, and build your own controls.

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