A cookbook-style guide to developing ASP.NET applications. Every chapter is structured around a solution or group of solutions of the same type, ranging from company intranet applications to auction applications. The book covers all the features, syntax, and structure of ASP.NET, while the CD contains ready-to-run code from the book. This guide presents solutions for a wide range of ASP.NET applications, including company intranet applications, online store and auction applications, chat rooms and a sports site.
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The Ultimate Collection of Ready-to-Use Code and Expert Techniques
Develop enterprise-class Web applications more efficiently with ASP .NET, the most advanced generation of Active Server Pages. Learn to build a vastly diverse class of applications using event-driven programming. Create a personalized experience for your visitors by taking advantage of ASP .NET's numerous features. Combine standard HTML elements, ASP .NET Web controls, and event-driven code to produce quickly generated Web pages that can be infinitely updated. Instant ASP .NET Applications will show you how to develop with this powerful, unified Web development platform.
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Greg Buczek is a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer and a Microsoft Certified Trainer. He is the Webmaster of more than twenty-five Web sites, where he strives to bring dynamic, data-driven content to the Internet. He is the author of Instant ASP Scripts, ASP Developer's Guide, and Instant ASP Components.About the Author:
Greg Buczek (Albuquerque, NM) is a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer and a Microsoft Certified Trainer working as an independent consultant. He is the Webmaster of more than 25 Web sites where he strives to bring dynamic, data-driven content to the Internet. Greg is the author of the best-selling Instant ASP Scripts, as well as ASP Developer's Guide, Instant ASP Components, and Instant SQL Server 2000 Applications.
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