ASP.NET 3.5 For Dummies

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 8, 2011 - Computers - 436 pages
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Did you volunteer to create a Web site for the softball team? Is it time to take your small business to the next level and let your customers shop online? Well, you can relax! ASP.NET 3.5 makes creating a dynamic site faster and cleaner than ever before, and ASP.NET 3.5 For Dummies makes it easier.

First, you’ll get an introduction to all the tools and terminology you need to understand ASP.NET. If you’ve used earlier versions of ASP.NET and Visual Web Developer, you can probably skip that part and jump right into what’s new in 3.5. You'll make friends with LINQ and SQL, create sites in Visual Web Developer 2008 Express, and much more. Before you know it, you’ll discover how to:

  • Integrate data, track shopping cart contents, and whisk away bugs
  • Create user interfaces with easy navigation
  • Use the ListView control for sophisticated formatting
  • Write LINQ queries
  • Add a table to a database
  • Create an event handler
  • Take advantage of the drag 'n' drop feature that lets you write less code
  • Put all the features to work to develop dynamic Web applications

The softball team is going to love that Web site, and your customers might enjoy shopping on your site so much that you’ll have to expand your business to fill all the orders! We can’t promise that, of course, but we’re pretty sure that ASP.NET 3.5 For Dummies will make creating Web sites easier and a lot more fun.

 

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Good book, but not for geeks. It shows you how to utilize the visual web developer to make web pages with less code.

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Ken Cox has worked with Active Server Pages since the original version. He has done Web development for several industries and maintains a Web site at www.kencox.ca

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