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e-Book Beginning ASP.NET 1.0 with Visual Basic.NET (Programmer to Programmer) download

e-Book Beginning ASP.NET 1.0 with Visual Basic.NET (Programmer to Programmer) download

by Chris Goode,John Kauffman,Christopher L. Miller,S. Srinivasa Sivakumar,Ollie Cornes,Rob Birdwell,Matt Butler,Gary Johnson,Juan T. Llibre,Chris Ullman,Neil Raybould

ISBN: 0764543695
ISBN13: 978-0764543692
Language: English
Publisher: Wrox; 1 edition (June 4, 2002)
Pages: 816
Category: Programming
Subategory: Technologies

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Chris Goode, John Kauffman, Christopher L. Miller, Neil Raybould, S. Srinivasa Sivakumar, Dave Sussman, Ollie Cornes, Rob Birdwell, Matt Butler, Gary Johnson, Ajoy Krishnamoorthy, Juan T. Llibre, Chris Ullman

Chris Goode, John Kauffman, Christopher L. Llibre, Chris Ullman. By the time I reached chapter 10 of the book, I realized how many errors in the text and code the book contains. Why didn't the book teach the Visual Studio Environment as it is a great and time saving tool for developing AS. ET application which is the aim of the book.

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Beginning AS. ET . with Visual Basic.

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See all supported devices. Similar books to Beginning AS. with Visual Basic The early part of the book is dedicated to familiarizing you with the anatomy and basic functionality of HTML, XML, AS. ET, the. NET Framework, and Visual Basic. NET (Programmer to Programmer). The early part of the book is dedicated to familiarizing you with the anatomy and basic functionality of HTML, XML, AS. It progresses to look at the way in which they can be used together to create flexible web sites. The second part of the book introduces the concept of object–oriented programming which is crucial to maximizing your returns from.

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What is this book about?

ASP.NET 1.0 is the final release of Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP). It is a powerful server-based technology designed to create dynamic, interactive, HTML pages for web sites and corporate intranets. ASP.NET is a core element of Microsoft's exciting .NET vision, building on the strengths of the .NET Framework to provide many new features not seen in previous versions of ASP.

This book, entirely revised and updated for the final release, will provide you with a step-by-step introduction to ASP.NET using VB.NET, with plenty of worked examples to help you to gain a deep understanding of what ASP.NET is all about, and how you can harness it to build powerful web applications.

What does this book cover?

In this book, you will learn how to

Create basic ASP.NET pages with VB .NET Understand the concepts of Object Oriented Programming Work with data and XML Debug and handling errors in your code Use ASP.NET Server Controls Create user controls and components Explore the world of Web services Optimize performance Secure your application

Who is this book for?

This book is aimed at relatively inexperienced web builders who are looking to enrich their sites with dynamically-generated content, and want to learn how to start building web applications using ASP.NET. Developers who have a little experience with previous versions of ASP (and are looking to move over to ASP.NET), may also find this book helpful in getting a simple grasp on what ASP.NET is, what it does, and how it can be used. Experience of basic HTML is required, but previous experience of ASP or VBScript is not essential. We'll be teaching the basics of VB .NET in this book, so prior experience of the language is not required.

Comments:
Diab
First of all, a good number of my undergraduates like this book as it introduces the bare bones required to get something up and running quite quickly. The downside of the book, from my persusal of it, is that it is less even than it could be, or perhaps should be. In many chapters (especially the crucial early ones) examples are often introduced and developed before their key constructs are properly explained. This is simply confusing to naive readers and highly irritating. For instance, the earliest ASP.net script uses "asp:label" without explaining the syntax or semantics for a another few dozen pages.
Unfortunately this is a bit of trend throughout the book and at the very least makes it frustrating. However, once you allow for this, (and it's a big allowance to make) the book is very handy.
It has bundles of scripts that anyone involved in web work will find interesting and useful. You can quibble with some of these (the login scripting for example) contra other books such as Professional ASP.NET, but I suspect this is a byproduct of committee authorship.
The book is clearly aimed at the learner so don't expect Enterprise quality insights into server management. Given the huge range of architectures and technologies available to the developer, producing any 'true' learner book is a considerable challenge. If you need a book for coursework alone, then this will probably meet most of your needs. If you earn your living with the .NET and its companions, then you need some supplementary texts.

Agagamand
This book does not look like from Wrox, it got only the bad side of Wrox books - put code on dark background to damage readers' vision.

The usefulness of this book are the examples, while the explanations are not all good. There are 13 authors for this book, the quality of each part of this book differ a lot. Unfortunately, the most importance parts for me: the OOP part and Control part, got the lowest quality. The technology used in these two parts is: put some words there but no real explanation on many important points; simply repeat the sample code to fill out the pages. This is more damaging because of readers' trust on Wrox books, I invested lots of time on this book without questioning, then I found I wasn't going anywhere.

Ustamya
Many wrox books are great, but this one was a disappointment. As an "classic ASP" developer I found the examples unhelpful and impractical, the information spread out, the request and response object - used constantly in classic ASP - were so poorly explained I still have no idea how they function in ASP.net. I am sure that ASP.NET has many important benefits that make it superior to Classic ASP, but after reading almost 600 pages (!) I feel I do not understand how to achieve the same result I can easily get in Classic ASP. Not recommended.

SlingFire
The book was an excellent book for beginners. I found that it walks through each section step by step with excellent examples. You start out with the basics and proceed into more complicated designs such as using xml and databases. I would definitely recommend this book for someone who is starting out with asp.net as it gives you a good footing into the language.

Lynnak
The book is for complete beginners who have no previous experience with ASP. Some experience with HTML is helpful but not required. This book will teach you everything you need to know in order to create dynamic ASP.NET web sites.
The first part of the book will familiarize you with the basic functionality of HTML, XML, ASP.NET, the .NET Framework, and Visual Basic .NET. You will learn how each of these technologies can be used together to create flexible web sites.
The second part of the book introduces the concepts of object-oriented programming. All concepts are explained in detail with the help of many real world programming examples.
After presenting the groundwork, the book then progresses to discussing the technologies and techniques that ASP.NET can draw upon to increase its functionality. These include ADO.NET for data source access, XML Web Services for inter-website communication, and Server Controls for facilitating code maintenance and reuse.
The final part of the book presents ways in which you can optimize your ASP.NET sites to increase their speed, security and robustness. It also offers some detailed advice on code debugging.
This book is highly recommended to beginners who want to learn how to start building web applications using ASP.NET.

Azago
I really like this book for two reasons. First, the authors do not make frequent references to VB6 and "classic" ASP. (They tell it like it is, not how it is different from what it was.) Second, in my experience so far, the code works! I suggest using this book in conjection with Microsoft Web Matrix which is a free download on the Web. There is also a short Wrox book on Web Matrix available as a free download on the Microsoft web site. The thing I like about Web Matrix is that it has its own server built into it. My machine has "XP Home" as the operating system. XP Home will not support the IIS web server software. But with Web Matrix you an write your applications and run them all on one machine, even without IIS or personal web server running on your machine. This book does not include a CD. The code is available on the Wrox website. I think if you see the code you will want the book. Now, if they can just get everyone to show up for the picture!

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