Titel: ASP.Net 2.0 Cookbook
Autor/en: Michael A. Kittel, Geoffrey T. Leblond
O'REILLY & ASSOC INC
Dezember 2005 - kartoniert - 989 Seiten
Developers who want to create dynamic, data-driven web sites running on Microsoft web servers have long relied on Active Server Pages (ASP). ASP.NET is Microsoft's latest evolution of ASP. While ASP.NET has a lot in common with its predecessor, this new technology takes advantage of object-oriented programming to dramatically improve developer productivity and convenience. Using the .NET Framework and Microsoft's new object-oriented languages, ASP.NET brings the same rapid drag-and-drop productivity to web applications that the Visual Basic programming language brought to Windows applications. ASP.NET also introduces web services, which allow developers to expose the functionality of an application via HTTP and XML, so that clients on any platform can access it via the Internet. ASP.NET is not a simple upgrade of ASP. It s a quantum leap ahead. There are many benefits to using ASP.NET, and one major drawback: the time developers must devote to mastering this new Web application technology.
The ASP.NET Cookbook provides a wealth of plug-and-play solutions to problems commonly encountered when developing ASP.NET web applications and services in the popular problem-solution-discussion Cookbook format. The coding solutions in ASP.NET Cookbook appeal to a wide range of developers, from the inexperienced to the expert. For every problem addressed in the book, there's a worked-out solution or recipe a short, focused piece of code that web developers can insert directly into their applications. Developers can save hours by using just a single one of over 100 recipes included in this invaluable cookbook.
But the ASP.NET Cookbook provides far more than just a wide range of cut-and-paste code solutions. Each recipe is followed by a discussion including tips, tricks, and possible pitfalls--so developers can learn to adapt the problem-solving techniques to a myriad of similar situations. Each recipe provides an immediate solution to a pressing problem, while simultaneously allowing developers who prefer to a hands-on learning style with the experience they need to master ASP.NET. This ultimate ASP.NET code sourcebook will quickly earn the dog-eared corners and coffee rings that mark a web developer's most valued resource.
1. Master Pages
1.1 Generating a Quick Master/Content Page Arrangement
1.2 Extending a Master Page's Content to Include Content for Other Application Pages
1.3 Changing Which Master Page Is Used Without Modifying All Affected Application Pages
1.4 Setting the Master Page at Runtime
2. Tabular Data
2.1 Selecting the Right Tabular Control
2.2 Generating a Quick-and-Dirty Tabular Display
2.3 Enhancing the Output of a Tabular Display
2.4 Displaying Data from an XML File
2.5 Displaying an Array as a Group of Checkboxes
2.6 Displaying Data from a Hashtable
2.7 Adding Next/Previous Navigation to a DataGrid
2.8 Adding First/Last Navigation to a DataGrid
2.9 Adding Direct Page Navigation to a DataGrid
2.10 Sorting Data in Ascending/Descending Order Within a DataGrid
2.11 Combining Sorting and Paging in a DataGrid
2.12 Paging Through a Record-Heavy DataGrid
2.13 Editing Data Within a DataGrid
2.14 Navigating and Sorting Within a GridView
2.15 Updating a GridView Without Refreshing the Whole Page
2.16 Editing Data in a GridView
2.17 Inserting a Row Within a GridView
Michael has nearly 30 years experience in the software industry. He has been working with Microsoft technologies for more than 10 years and with ASP.NET since the alpha release of 1.0. He has been the system architect and led the development of applications for Lexis-Nexis, Plow & Hearth, ReturnBuy, and many others. Michael has a Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer certification and is currently a senior consultant at Dominion Digital, Inc. (www.dominiondigital.com), a firm that specializes in helping companies
envision and achieve maximum business value from investments in technology.
Geoffrey T. LeBlond is the co-author of Using 1-2-3, the first computer book that sold over 1 million copies. Geoff is the author of numerous computer books, and was the developer of Oriel, an early scripting language for Microsoft Windows. More recently, Geoff has been focusing his attention on developing web applications using ASP and ASP.NET.