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This comprehensive guide takes experienced VB.NET programmers through all the steps of developing sophisticated interactive web applications with VB.NET's code-behind classes. It includes in-depth coverage of the new ASP.NET Framework and devotes special attention to XML integration and the creation of Web Services. The book also explores ASP.NET configuration and caching, as well as a variety of file-handling techniques. The companion CD-ROM contains all the sample code and applications from the book, plus a searchable electronic edition of the book. Author Russell Jones is the best-selling author of Mastering Active Server Pages 3 and a writer/editor for the leading developer website, DevX.com.
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Take Web Application Programming to a Whole New Level
Microsoft's .NET Framework means enormous changes for Web programming. Using Visual Studio's ASP.NET and VB.NET, and a host of established and up-and-coming Internet technologies, you can build cleaner, more powerful Web applications, and you can do it more quickly than ever before. Mastering ASP.NET with VB.NET is packed with the vital information you need to get started and build the skills to develop the new generation of dynamic, easy-to-maintain web sites.
Coverage includes: Using HTML and CSS effectively Creating code-behind classes Making effective use of intrinsic objects Handling files Sending email Writing a Windows service Communicating with other Web Forms Communicating with databases Using XML namespace objects Performing transforms with XSLT and XHTML Creating user controls Creating custom controls Writing dynamic client-side code Using DHTML appropriately Creating Web Services Writing applications that use Web Services
Featured on the CD The enclosed CD contains all of the sample code referred to in the book, ready for you to use as you complete each chapter's projects. You also get a fully searchable electronic edition of the book.
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BEFORE YOU CAN UNDERSTAND much about what a VB.NET application can do, you need to understand the model for what happens with Web requests in general. Read the first page Statistically Improbable Phrases (SIPs): (learn more)
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