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by Donny Mack,Doug Seven,Bill Anders,Scott Mitchell

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ISBN:
0672321432
Author:
Donny Mack,Doug Seven,Bill Anders,Scott Mitchell
Category:
Programming
Language:
English
Publisher:
Sams (September 2, 2001)
Pages:
896 pages
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With a foreword by Microsoft's Mark Anders, Professional AS. ET consists of 19 chapters written by seven of today's leading experts in. A piece-by-piece explanation of the code.

With a foreword by Microsoft's Mark Anders, Professional AS. ET consists of 19 chapters written by seven of today's leading experts in AS. ET. These authors are professional developers who create AS. ET applications, teach, run well-known AS. ET Web sites, either within or outside of Microsoft. The tutorial framework for each chapter includes: - A brief introduction, explaining the concept. A piece-by-piece explanation of the code

The tutorial framework for each chapter includes: - A brief introduction, explaining the concept. The code examples in this book are based upon the AS. ET Beta2 specifications, a functionally complete version of the software.

The tutorial framework for each chapter includes: - A brief introduction, explaining the concept. Download (pdf, 991 Kb) Donate Read. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.

The code examples in this book are based upon the AS. ET Beta2 specifications . Prior to founding DotNetJunkies. com with Doug Seven, Mack worked at Microsoft Corporation as a Visual InterDev/ASP Support Professional. com, one of the largest ASP resource sites on the Web. He has been avidly using and writing about Active Server Pages since January 1998: he''s written several hundred ASP-related articles on 4Guys along with authoring numerous beginner-level and advanced level books on Active Server Pages. The tutorial framework for each chapter includes: A brief introduction, ex.

AS. ET: Tips, Tutorials and Code. He has been avidly using and writing about Active Server Pages since January 1998: he's written several hundred ASP-related articles on 4Guys along with authoring numerous beginner-level and advanced level books on Active Server Pages. He is the author of two well-regarded and widely read books on Active Server Pages: Teach Yourself Active Server Pages . in 21 Days and Designing Active Server Pages.

For anyone tackling AS. ET, this book is a great source of practical advice backed up with real examples. With a foreword by Microsoft's Mark Anders, Professional AS. The tutorial framework for each chapter includes: A brief introduction, explaining the concept.

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By Scott Mitchell, Stephen Walther, Donny Mack, Doug Seven, Bill Anders, Adam .

By Scott Mitchell, Stephen Walther, Donny Mack, Doug Seven, Bill Anders, Adam Nathan, Dan Wahlin. Published Aug 23, 2001 by Sams. Part of the Sams White Book series. This product currently is not for sale. Source code for AS. ET: Tips, Tutorials and Code - 438 KB aspnetcode.

With a foreword by Microsofts Mark Anders, Professional AS. ET consists of 19 chapters written by seven of todays leading experts in AS.

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With a foreword by Microsoft's Mark Anders, Professional ASP.NET consists of 19 chapters written by seven of today's leading experts in ASP.NET. These authors are professional developers who create ASP.NET applications, teach, run well-known ASP.NET Web sites, either within or outside of Microsoft. The tutorial framework for each chapter includes:A brief introduction, explaining the concept.A code example, illustrating the concept.A piece-by-piece explanation of the code.

Most examples employ VB.NET, but there are also additional C# examples within each chapter, and all of the example programs will be available at the book's web site in both VB.NET and C#.

The code examples in this book are based upon the ASP.NET Beta2 specifications, a functionally complete version of the software.

  • MarF
The Best chapters are: "Form Field Input Validation" and the "ASP.net HTTP Runtime" and "ASP.net Performance Tips" and the insightful "Web Services" chapter.
The Worst chapters are: "Enable Better Browser Support" (missing a TON of info, its a joke). "Creating and Using User Controls" with pretty mediocre examples. "Data Presentation" which offers little that cannot be found elsewhere. The Appendices are way too lightweight for a Tips and Tricks book.
This a good book for a beginner or early Intermediate programmer. For a book called Tips & Tricks it should be deeper than it is and a lot of the elementary stuff sohould be replaced with more advanced material. It is not a good book for experiened programmers who already ues all the online resurces exhaustively. For $[$$$] I think it might be better to buy the Walther's "ASP Unleashed" books (buy that Yesterday) or some of the many good WROX or Apress books to supplement he Walther one!
  • Mataxe
It is an excellent book. Especially I like the way the authors teach. For a task, first it uses ASP 3.0 to show you how it works and then ASP.NET. It explains the differences between the classical ASP and the ASP.net, why the ASP.net is better. If you use ADO.net, you can't avoid using the namespaces "System.Data.SqlClient" and "System.Data.Oledb", the methods "ExecuteReader()" and "ExecuteNonQuery()". The author gives explanations in an extremely clear way. It tells you what they are, what differences between the two and when to use them. All the ADO examples are made by the both namespaces. It is so clear, there are no nonsense words. Another review mentioned already for another good thing is the Security. I haven't seen any other books to do so. If you are like me - want answers quickly and clearly. You got the right book. Highly recommend!!!!!
  • Enone
"I know some of the writers by reputation which encouraged me to buy the book. I was not disappointed. This is a talented group of coders that collectively have written a Bible on tips and tricks ranging from using XML to common code techniques. I don't think anyone will be disappointed at their wide coverage of all the details you hope and expect to find. Beginners and experts alike really should add this to their "must have" list.
Spanning almost 900 pages and including a CD-ROM it is an excellent value for the price.
  • Zymbl
This is in your face close and personal up to the point consice book for the real programmer. No kiddie stuff in here like 20 pages on how to open a connection or how to install SQL Server. If you are an expirienced programmer and want to learn ASP.Net then this is the book for you (and I mean expirienced programmer in an real programming language... not an Web Developer that does not know what an integer is.)
  • Cezel
This is a pretty poor book! I have been doing ASP development for 5 years and I found this book pretty useless.

They have alot of code examples, but don't really tell you how to put them together into a project.

This would definitely not be a good choice for someone new to ASP development.
  • Sataxe
I want to start off by saying this is not a beginner's book. If you are a newbie to coding (or even a newbie to .NET), there are better books to cut your teeth on.
Having said that, I think this is a good book to learn about ASP.NET and how to program it correctly. In conjunction with Dan Appleman's book "Moving to VB.NET", you have a nice library started on what to do (and more importantly "not to do") in .NET.
On the plus side, there is a lot of content on ASP.NET, esp. in the web services corner. I like the chapter on common regular expressions and the fact that the authors of this book actually know what codeBehind is and how to use it. While this may not seem like much of a complement, most books on ASP.NET seem to assume that ASP.NET is a new version of ASP instead of a completely new technology.
On the negative side, the concept of OO seems to be largely lost. As I believe that OO techniques will be used to the level of overkill by many OO newbies, this is not a major downer for me.
If you want a taste of whether or not this book is useful, take a look at the sample chapter(...)I believe you will find enough info in this one chapter to convince you of the usefullness of this book in your library.
Once again, if you are looking for a beginner's book, look elsewhere. If, instead, you want a solid book of good techniques for your arsenal, along with some solid .NET coding practice, it will be hard to find a better all around book than this one.
  • Detenta
The book really stands for the title. I found in the book what I was looking for, something to get me started in ASP.NET without it beeing a begginers guide for novice programers. It takes you through every aspect of ASP.NET wich makes some chapters more interesting than others (ADO.NET, XML, Mobile Devices, etc..) almost all the chapters leave you greedy for more (specially passport authentication, webservices, managing state with SQL-Server) but the book is already 837 pages. This is the first time I see ASP.NET covered in every important aspect (web controls, caching and I never saw passport for example).
A mistake was made, by giving the framework sdk in the cd instead of the sample code, wich you can find in a million zip files in the web.
They also failed in telling the sample code is intended to follow your progress in the book. That means you won't see quality code untill chapter 16 (separating code form presentation). I think they made a good desicion, so if your looking for a source of sample code this is the wrong place (Go to the web).
I don't think this will become a reference book for me. As soon as you become proficient in the platform the book becomes shallow but this is the first time i'm happy with a book since i bought "Hitchhiker's guide to visual basic and SQL". This book succeds in having all the Tips, Tutorials and Code you need to get serious into ASP.NET today!!!!!!!!!!!!!.