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By Matthew MacDonald

This publication is the main entire and recent creation to ASP.NET ever written. Focussing completely on C#, with out code samples duplicated in different languages, award profitable writer Matthew MacDonald introduces you to the very most modern considering and top practices for the ASP.NET 4.5 technology.

Assuming no previous coding event, you'll learn every thing you must comprehend from the floor up.  ranging from first principals, you'll research the abilities try to be a good ASP.NET developer who's able to development to extra refined initiatives paintings.

You'll learn how one can use item orientation and code-behind recommendations to put out your code basically in a fashion different builders can simply comprehend. You'll the way to question databases from inside you websites, boost your layouts utilizing ASP.NET AJAX and set up your comprehensive web pages to construction servers.  You'll additionally the right way to debug your code while issues get it wrong and the functionality and scalability concerns which can have an effect on your internet tasks as they develop.

With you publication you could take your first step in the direction of changing into a winning ASP.NET developer with confidence.

What you’ll learn

* examine every little thing you want to understand to construct ASP.NET 4.5 purposes with self assurance.
* Dive into the private, broadest, introductory ASP.NET assurance on hand.
* Be guided by way of an award profitable writer who will progressively development your wisdom from first rules to complicated recommendations over the process the ebook.

Who this e-book is for

This ebook is perfect for somebody new to .NET improvement who desires to learn the way ASP.NET 4.5 works. No earlier programming wisdom is believed and all ideas are defined from first principals.

Table of Contents

1. The .NET Framework
2. The C# Language
three. kinds, items, and Namespaces
four. visible Studio
five. net shape basics
6. net Controls
7. errors dealing with, Logging, and Tracing
eight. country administration
nine. Validation
10.Rich Controls
11.User Controls and pics
12.Styles, subject matters, and grasp Pages
13.Website Navigation
14.ADO.NET basics
15.Data Binding
16.The information Controls
17.Files and Streams
19.Security basics
22.Advanced ASP.NET elements
24.LINQ and the Entity Framework
26.Deploying ASP.NET functions

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