Essential ASP.NET 2.0

  • ISBN: 0321237706
  • Author: Fritz Onion Keith Brown
  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
  • Publication Date: 2006-10-30

Essential ASP.NET 2.0 is the Microsoft developer’s definitive reference for ASP.NET 2.0 programming. It covers all you need to know to build robust, well-designed Web applications with ASP.NET 2.0, Visual Studio 2005, and .NET 2.0. ASP.NET MVP Fritz Onion and Developer Security MVP Keith Brown draw on their unparalleled experience working with ASP.NET 2.0 and teaching it to professional developers. From data binding to security, UIs to performance, they demystify ASP.NET 2.0’s most difficult areas, and introduce little-known techniques for leveraging it to the fullest.

The perfect companion to his previous classic, Essential ASP.NET with Examples in C#, Essential ASP.NET 2.0 offers hundreds of new C# examples that illuminate today’s best Web development practices. (Both C# and VB 2005 versions of all code examples can be downloaded from the companion Web site.)

Topics explored in-depth include:

  • Application architecture
  • Code behind
  • Master pages
  • Themes and skins
  • Navigation controls
  • Data binding
  • State management
  • Security
  • Web Parts
  • Diagnostics
  • Performance optimization
  • Asynchronous tasks and pages

Simply put, if you want to design and build better ASP.NET 2.0 Web applications, Essential ASP.NET 2.0 delivers everything you need: insider’s knowledge, proven best practices, and outstanding code samples.

About the Author
Fritz Onion is cofounder of Microsoft .NET training provider Pluralsight, and author of Pluralsight’s ASP.NET curriculum. He teaches ASP.NET development worldwide. The author of the highly acclaimed Essential ASP.NET with Examples in C# (Addison-Wesley), Onion is a columnist for MSDN Magazine, and a regular speaker at TechEd, VSLive!, and PDC.

Keith Brown is cofounder of Pluralsight and contributing editor for MSDN Magazine. He is the author of Programming Windows Security and The .NET Developer’s Guide to Windows Security, both from Addison-Wesley.
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