Programming ASP.NET
by Jesse Liberty ,Dan Hurwitz
Paperback: 1004 pages

Publisher: O’Reilly Media, Inc.; 2 edition (September 19, 2003)

Language: English

ISBN-10: 0596004877
ISBN-13: 978-0596004873

Description of Programming ASP.NET

Suitable for most any programmer who wants to master ASP.NET with an eye toward real-world development, Programming ASP.NET is an excellent resource that mixes good coverage of APIs with actual programming techniques and advice using Visual Basic .NET and C#. The combination places it in the forefront of currently available titles on ASP.NET.Written in part by veteran computer author Jesse Liberty, this book offers an excellent mix of coverage of important ASP.NET features that you will absolutely need to use for real-world programming. Readers with previous ASP experience will appreciate early sections that compare an older ASP sample with the new ASP.NET to highlight what’s new and improved, with good explanation of the ASP.NET event model. The pace of this book is just excellent. The authors first move through the essentials, like basic ASP Web controls and data binding, before delving into data-driven applications using the (slightly complicated) ASP.NET database APIs. It also helps that the authors let you use Notepad (or another text editor) to create your ASP.NET programs first. (Later, they cover the details of Visual Studio .NET, pointing out how this tool can sometimes make it difficult to see where your code is generated.) There’s also coverage of debugging and tracing techniques.Standout sections on the calendar, Repeater, DataList, and DataGrid controls (all presented in good detail) will help you master these important controls. Coverage of techniques and support for validating user input in Web pages will also help you use these essential features.The author’s well-measured tutorial on Web services (much touted by Microsoft) is as good as any. Their demos (using a well-traveled example of a stock ticker server) will show you what all the fuss is about. They cut through the hype here and manage to show why Web services are a potentially better way toward distributed computing. Later sections look at deployment, configuration, and performance (as well as caching) options that you’ll need to deploy and run your ASP.NET programs successfully. Coverage of security options in .NET rounds out the tour of what you’ll need to create real applications.Illustrated throughout with samples from VB .NET and C#, Programming ASP.NET is a worthy addition to the O’Reilly lineup and one of the best available titles for learning ASP.NET. The authors have achieved an excellent balance of practical, hands-on examples and essential programming techniques with the most important APIs and features, all without getting bogged down in the richness and complexity of .NET itself. –Richard Dragan Topics covered: Introduction to the .NET platform and ASP.NET; basic programs in HTML; ASP and ASP.NET compared; events in ASP.NET (application, session, page, and control events); HTML and ASP controls compared; basic ASP controls APIs (including in-depth coverage of calendar support); code behind forms; using the Visual Studio .NET IDE; tracing, debugging, and error handling; validation controls in ASP.NET (including built-in and custom validators, plus regular expression support); basic data-binding techniques; list and DataGrid controls; ADO.NET tutorial (basic APIs and programming techniques); calling stored procedures; updating database records; Repeater and DataList controls used with ADO.NET; custom ASP.NET controls (including derived, composite, and full custom controls); overview of Web services (including SOAP, WSDL, and other standards); creating and consuming a sample Web service for a stock ticker; ASP.NET caching techniques explained (including fragment and object caching); security options in ASP.NET for authentication, authorization, and impersonation; configuration and deployment options in ASP.NET (including XCOPY deployment); and an appendix with a quick tutorial on database design.
–This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

“But there’s still a need for a good book on the subject. There are several out there, but Programming ASP.NET by O’Reilly is particularly excellent. One measure I use to decide whether I’ll buy a book is if it will solve a problem for me. By using this metric, the book would pay for itself several times over.” – Mark Newton, PC Pro, November 2002
–This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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10 comments

  1. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    NO SOURCE CODE SUPPORT
    Rating:
    Good Content, 3rd Edition lacks Example Source Code on his website (Only 2nd Edition and new ASP.NET 3.5 is available).
    If you want to learn ASP.NET 2.

    Luyu09-02 17:16
  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Reference and Learning Title
    Just as any good large technical book should do, this gives a pretty good reference of all the basic controls and how to perform basic operations.

    Turner09-02 18:15
  3. 3.0 out of 5 stars
    Subpar Liberty book
    I am a big fan of Jesse Liberty books and rate him as one of the best and more experienced tech writers around, but this book is definitely not up to his excellent standard.

    Jahdahdieh09-02 22:16
  4. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Clearing up misconceptions
    This book is a C# book. The reviews here, along with Amazon’s own review, are referring to one of the previous editions where VB.NET code samples were included.

    Muskan09-03 01:17
  5. 1.0 out of 5 stars
    VB.NET code gone
    [...]This edition has no VB.NET code and assumes knowledge of C#. All the examples are in that language.

    Gunesh09-03 09:16
  6. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pretty darn good
    A good book to use both as a learning guide, and as a reference. Though some of the code examples could have been tightened up a little bit, they do a nice job of starting at…

    Valora09-03 15:43
  7. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Programming ASP.NET (3rd edition)
    I was reading this book as a sequel to “Programming C#” by Jesse
    Liberty. . I come from a Java/ColdFusion (mainly web applications)
    background and wanted to venture…

    Nadda09-03 23:35
  8. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great book to get you rolling
    I haven’t written many asp.net apps in the last 1.5 years having been pulled into other programming projects. I was recently assigned to a new project that is strictly asp.

    Uba09-04 02:18
  9. 5.0 out of 5 stars
    VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!!
    Are you a programmer or web developer who wants to build web applications using Microsoft’s powerful new ASP.NET 2.0 platform? Well, you’re in luck!

    Ly09-04 03:40
  10. 1.0 out of 5 stars
    Major Disappointment
    What happened to the VB.Net to accompany the C#? MAJOR DISAPPOINTMENT that all the VB.Net is gone!
    I don’t care what you C# snobs think about VB.Net.

    Cailyn09-04 04:30

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