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Author: Daniel Cazzulino,Craig Bowes,Chris Hart,Tobin Titus,Mike Clark,Neil Raybould
ISBN: 1861007361
Language: English
Pages: 450 pages
Category: Programming
Publisher: Apress (September 1, 2002)
Rating: 4.7
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by Daniel Cazzulino (Author), Craig Bowes (Author), Chris Hart (Author), Neil Raybould (Author). This book is aimed at readers with some Visual Basic. NET experience who wish to begin web programming in AS. ET using the Visual Studio. NET development environment.

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Beginning Web Programming using V. Daniel Cazzulino, Neil Raybould, Chris Hart, Mike Clark, T. Charlie Titus, Craig Bowes. From the Publisher: The introduction o. ET has blurred the lines between previously distinct programming disciplines. With so much functionality encapsulated by the. NET Framework class library. More).

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Launching Visual Studio. Download the files as a zip using the green button, or clone the repository to your machine using Git.

Launching Visual Studio. This repository accompanies Beginning Visual Web Programming in V. ET by Chris Hart, James Greenwood, Daniel Cazzulino, and Victor Garcia Aprea (Apress, 2005). Releases. Release v. corresponds to the code in the published book, without corrections or updates. See the file Contributing. md for more information on how you can contribute to this repository.

Поставляется из: Германии Описание: Beginning Web Programming in V. ET: From Novice to Professional will teach you the fundamentals of the web environment and how Visual Studio. Author Daniel Cazzulino takes a step-by-step approach to each example to explore the essential technologies and how V. ET helps to integrate them into a highly interactive, attractive web application.

12 About the Authors DANIEL CAZZULINO, one of. .Visual Basic move into web development using.

NET s (VB. NET s) familiar form-based interface is used for development of web applications, as well as for desktop programs. move into web development using. This book does not assume that you have programmed for the web environment before, but it does assume that you have some familiarity with V. ET.

Explores topics including how to create dynamic Web pages with Web forms and Web server controls, how to display data using ADO.NET, the importance of XML, and how to set up an efficient and secure Web server.
Comments (3)
Narim
This book provides a good foundation but I took less and less out of it as it progressed. I like the chapters covering header controls and base classes and also the instruction on tables and datasets. The strength of the book is that one can follow along with the clearly written 'Try this out' sections, although these were not without the usual scattering of errors. Ultimately the authors seem to lose interest in the application we are supposed to be writing in this book.
The longest chapter was on XML frankly left me baffled. I've read more comprehensible stuff elsewhere since. All I could do was follow along without really learning. It seemed a complex exercise for a beginners book!
In summary, I learnt some good things from this book but ultimately I found it disappointing.
Iseared
I can understand that a complete beginner to web design and programming in the .NET Framework would be a little upset with the title as some of the reviews have stated, but there's a light at the end of the tunnel! Those that are complaining now will be thankful later when they need to integrate all of these new technologies to create a finely woven site that impresses its users. I can honestly say that I've read a dozen books on ASP.NET (in VB and C#) and none do the justice to the topic that this book does. Many are rehashes of the same old thing - here's a datalist, here's a datagrid, here's one way to use ADO.NET, etc. It's just so hard to find it all in one place and this book does have most of it between two covers!
Consider having a look at a book like ASP.NET Website Programming (problem - design -solution) which I have read from cover to cover. Now that is an advanced book that covers excellent ground but really doesn't do a good job of explaining the code - if this book was at my fingertips it would have been much, much easier to understand and implement.
So those of you that have some experience with custom server controls, CSS, ADO.NET, and XML will not find the road that hard and will greatly enjoy this read.
Those that want to learn how to implement security correctly using a variety of different techniques throughout the lifecycle or your project will be very excited indeed.
-All the best in your programming endeavors.
Thomeena
I have bought at least a dozen Web Development Books and this book has provided more practical development techniques than all the other books combined. As a previous evaluator has written, this book is the "Glue" the brings everything together. No book on this complex subject can do it all, but this book comes the closest of any I have read.