Learn ASP.NET for Visual Studio 2015 through expert, step-by-step instruction
ASP.NET allows programmers to build more dynamic websites, web applications, and web services, and with the latest update, it's never been a better time to learn. The newest versions of ASP.NET and Visual Studio help developers boost productivity, create more robust applications, and push the boundaries of technology even further. This book provides step-by-step expert instruction for all aspects of ASP.NET development, from the very basics of the framework to advanced security and data handling topics. Clear examples illustrate important techniques, and comprehensive start-to-finish coverage provides a valuable, all-in-one reference for those looking to learn, and those who just need to get up to speed.
Beginning ASP.NET for Visual Studio 2015:
Walks through the basics of ASP.NET and Visual Studio 2015 with a sample application build
Demonstrates web page design using HTML and CSS, including effective navigation, user controls, consistency, and more
Explains C# and VB.NET programming from the very beginning, including code organization, the basics of object-orientation, and important terminology
Introduces ASP.NET Web Forms server controls and MVC helpers and extensions
Explains ASP.NET AJAX, jQuery®, and advanced data handling with ADO.NET and Entity Framework
Provides guidance on security, debugging, deployment, troubleshooting, and more
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William Penberthy is currently an application development consultant with RBA, a Microsoft 2012 Partner of the Year and has been working in software development for 25 years. He has participated in the development of more than 115 different software products and has taught multiple college and university programming and software development classes. He has specialized in the Microsoft stack for almost eight years, concentrating on ASP.NET, ASP.NET, MVC, Silverlight, and WPF. William lives in Denver, Colorado.