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Table of Contents

  1. Chapter 1 ASP.NET 2.0

    1. .NET Framework 2.0

    2. ASP.NET 2.0

    3. New Features

    4. On to VS2005

  2. Chapter 2 Visual Studio 2005

    1. Start Page

    2. Projects and Solutions

    3. The Integrated Development Environment (IDE)

  3. Chapter 3 Controls: Fundamental Concepts

    1. Events

    2. ASP.NET Server Controls

    3. HTML Server Controls

    4. Client-Side Processing

  4. Chapter 4 Basic Controls

    1. The Basics

    2. Label Control

    3. TextBox Control

    4. HiddenField Control

    5. Button Controls

    6. HyperLink Control

    7. Selecting Values

    8. Selecting from a List

    9. Tables

    10. Panel Control

    11. Images

  5. Chapter 5 Advanced Controls

    1. MultiView and View Controls

    2. Wizard Control

    3. FileUpload Control

    4. AdRotator Control

    5. Calendar

  6. Chapter 6 Web Site Fundamentals

    1. The Page

    2. Code-Behind

    3. Moving to Another Page

    4. State

    5. Lifecycle

    6. Directives

  7. Chapter 7 Tracing, Debugging, and Error Handling

    1. Creating the Sample Application

    2. Tracing

    3. Debugging

    4. Error Handling

  8. Chapter 8 Validation

    1. The RequiredFieldValidator

    2. The Summary Control

    3. The Compare Validator

    4. Range Checking

    5. Regular Expressions

    6. Custom Validation

    7. Validation Groups

  9. Chapter 9 Web Data Access

    1. Getting Data from a Database

    2. Data Source Controls

    3. GridView Control

    4. Multiuser Updates

    5. DataList Control

    6. Repeater Control

    7. DetailsView Control: Examining One Record at a Time

    8. FormView Control: Examining Single Records as Master/Detail

  10. Chapter 10 ADO.NET

    1. The ADO.NET Object Model

    2. Getting Started with ADO.NET

    3. Creating Data Objects by Hand

    4. Stored Procedures

    5. Updating with SQL and ADO.NET

    6. Updating Data with Transactions

    7. Binding to Business Objects

  11. Chapter 11 Forms-Based Security

    1. Authentication

    2. Forms-Based Authentication in Detail

    3. Add Roles to ASP.NET Accounts

  12. Chapter 12 Master Pages and Navigation

    1. Master Pages

    2. Navigation

    3. Filtering Based on Security

  13. Chapter 13 Personalization

    1. Creating Personalized Web Sites

    2. Personalizing with Complex Types

    3. Anonymous Personalization

    4. Themes and Skins

    5. Web Parts

    6. Enabling Editing and Layout Changes

  14. Chapter 14 Custom and User Controls

    1. User Controls

    2. Custom Controls

  15. Chapter 15 Creating Web Services

    1. How Web Services Work

    2. Protocols and Standards

    3. Creating a Simple Web Service

    4. WebService Directive

    5. Deriving from the WebService Class

    6. Application State via HttpContext

    7. WebServiceBinding Attribute

    8. WebMethod Attribute

    9. WebService Attribute

    10. Data Types

    11. StockTickerComplete

    12. Creating Discovery Documents

    13. Deployment

  16. Chapter 16 Consuming Web Services

    1. Discovery

    2. Creating the Client with VS2005

    3. Creating the Client Manually

    4. Using Asynchronous Method Calls

  17. Chapter 17 Caching and Performance

    1. Types of Caching

    2. Data Caching

    3. Output Caching

    4. Object Caching

    5. The HttpCachePolicy Class

    6. Performance

    7. Benchmarking and Profiling

  18. Chapter 18 Application Logic and Configuration

    1. Internet Information Server (IIS)

    2. Understanding Web Applications

    3. Application-Wide Logic

    4. Configuring the Application

  19. Chapter 19 Deployment

    1. Assemblies

    2. Local Deployment

    3. Global Deployment

    4. Windows Installer

  1. Appendix A Keyboard Shortcuts

  2. Appendix B Relational Database Technology: A Crash Course

    1. Tables, Records, and Columns

    2. Table Design

    3. SQL

  3. Colophon