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Language Runtime (CLR),
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approach difficult problems.
real-world examples and code
Custom ASP.NET Controls,
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samples to help developers
Creating Graphics with
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solve daily Web challenges.
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Using XML in ASP.NET
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Applications, and Building
and Consuming Web Services.

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who are working at the
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a comprehensive case study
ebook from another source.
forward data to the browser.
the casual ASP developer or
with the information you
With this in-depth guide,
beginner. For example, we do
need to master ASP.NET and
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not cover the basics of COM,
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Web design and programming
ASP, or the programming
enterprise Web applications.
skills to the next level to
languages we use in this
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build more complex Web
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pages, applications, and
experienced with ASP to make
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services. The book
the most of this book
with server controls, Data
demonstrates the advanced
although being relatively
in ASP.NET and an
data-access capabilities of
comfortable with ASP
introduction to ADO.NET,
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ASP.NET class libraries,
page-creation capabilities
help. This book is also
Configuration and
of ASP.NET, plus how to
ideal for Visual Basic
deployment, XML as an
employ code reusability,
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pagelets, code-behind,
the move into Web
manipulation, Using Web
server-side controls, and
application design. You
Services to provide
other time-saving techniques.
should also understand the
asynchronous background
general principles of the
services to applications,
use of components, and have
and Migration issues.
knowledge of Visual Basic
(or VBScript). Some of the
samples are written in other
languages, such JScript and
C#, but you don't need to be
fluent in these languages to
be able to use this book.

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