The Comprehensive Guide to ASP.NET 2.0 for Experienced Developers
ASP.NET 2.0 represents a true breakthrough in Web development technology and delivers unprecedented power, flexibility, and efficiency. If you’re an experienced programmer who wants to build production-quality Web applications and services with ASP.NET 2.0, this book is the deepest, most practical tutorial you can find.
Randy Connolly introduces today’s best practices for every facet of ASP.NET 2.0 development. He illuminates ASP.NET 2.0 Web server control architecture, sophisticated user interface capabilities, and navigation controls. He presents systematic, practical coverage of ASP.NET 2.0 data integration, state management, personalization, and more.
As with all books in the Prentice Hall Core Series, Core Internet Application Development with ASP.NET 2.0 focuses on solving serious problems with professional-quality code. With practical insights into everything from data binding to security, this is the ASP.NET 2.0 book you’ve been searching for: a definitive guide to building industrial-strength Web solutions.
This Book Delivers
About the Author
- Best practices for architecting and implementing state-of-the-art Web applications and services
- Expert insight into the entire ASP.NET development process, from design through deployment
- Hundreds of professional-quality code examples, including complete applications and business objects
- In-depth coverage of the latest ASP.NET features, including master pages, new data source controls, and ASP.NET AJAX (a.k.a. “Atlas”)
Randy Connolly teaches Computer Science students at Mount Royal College in Calgary, Canada. He has been with the Computer Science and Information Systems department since 1997. He takes great pride in teaching tomorrow's talented young developers. He specializes in teaching Web application development, games development, and object-oriented design. His extensive experience and expertise in ASP.NET comes from a combination of teaching and work in the professional sector. Connolly spent more than eight years developing Web sites for international clients and more than sixteen years doing corporate software development. He has been the recipient of the Canadian Social Science and Humanities Research Council Doctoral fellowship grant and the Petro-Canada Innovation in Research and Teaching Award (1998 and 2003).