The book teaches:
-Extensive coverage of the Publishing API (PAPI) -Managing Channels and Postings with the PAPI -Managing Templates, Template Galleries, Resources, and Users with the PAPI -Getting Sharepoint and MCMS to work together -Publishing content between MCMS and SharePoint -Preparing postings for search indexing -Creating Sharepoint Web Parts to display MCMS data -Creating powerful custom Placeholder Controls -Adding validation to Placeholder Controls -Combining InfoPath, Web Services and MCMS's robust content repository -Using RSS to syndicate content from your site, and display content from other sites -Staging static versions of your pages -A further 60 pages of invaluable MCMS tips and tricks
This comprehensive compendium combines a variety of practical code examples and a comprehensive case study with the information you need to master ASP.NET and build dynamic, successful, enterprise Web applications. Topics covered: ASP.NET and the .NET Framework, Creating ASP.NET pages and working with server controls, Data in ASP.NET and an introduction to ADO.NET, ASP.NET class libraries, Configuration and deployment, XML as an integral part of data manipulation, Using Web Services to provide asynchronous background services to applications, and Migration issues.
Sams Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 21 Days is the perfect book to introduce beginner and intermediate readers to the new technologies and frameworks presented by ASP.NET. By guiding readers through short but increasingly complex lessons, this book will give readers a strong foundation in ASP.NET, and the knowledge to develop their own creative solutions. Readers will delve into the new framework, the C# and Visual Basic programming languages, and techniques to approach difficult problems. The book will introduce the ASP.NET Framework, Visual Basic .NET, and C#, the new COM framework. The book will cover applications of these technologies.
A well-known expert in the ASP development community, best-selling Author Steven Walther brings his experience as an ASP.NET trainer to ASP.NET Unleashed. With this valuable guide, readers learn the advanced features of ASP.NET, and how to apply them in their own Internet applications. This in-depth, code-intensive title covers a broad range of advanced ASP.NET topics that include: Validating Form Data, Programming Mobile Devices, Using Code Behind, Building Custom ASP.NET Controls, Creating Graphics with GDI.NET, Data Access with ADO.NET, ASP.NET Security, Using XML in ASP.NET Applications, and Building and Consuming Web Services.
This title is the ideal step-by-step introduction for developers who want to learn Active Server Pages+ (ASP+) scripting technology, which offers powerful new possibilities for writing clean, reusable, scalable code for Web pages. It offers a solid, practical introduction to ASP+ and related technologies, including the Common Language Runtime (CLR), Microsoft Visual Basic, Microsoft Visual C#(tm), and the Microsoft .NET Framework. It also provides real-world examples and code samples to help developers solve daily Web challenges.
This book is aimed at experienced ASP developers who are working at the leading edge, rather than the casual ASP developer or beginner. For example, we do not cover the basics of COM, ASP, or the programming languages we use in this book. You don't need to be experienced with ASP to make the most of this book although being relatively comfortable with ASP concepts with certainly help. This book is also ideal for Visual Basic developers who want to make the move into Web application design. You should also understand the general principles of the use of components, and have 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.
Most Web applications follow a simple "3F" pattern: fetch, format, and forward data to the browser. With this in-depth guide, developers can take their Web design and programming skills to the next level to build more complex Web pages, applications, and services. The book demonstrates the advanced data-access capabilities of ADO.NET and the powerful page-creation capabilities of ASP.NET, plus how to employ code reusability, pagelets, code-behind, server-side controls, and other time-saving techniques.
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Microsoft's ASP.NET Community Starter Kit (CSK) is a powerful, freely available application that allows you to quickly create a fully featured community-driven website, complete with article and news management, downloads, forums, and user handling. Supported and tested by thousands of developers in the ASP.NET community across the world, the Community Starter Kit offers you the luxury of a scalable and extensible architecture, and the ability to brand your own site. This book will take you inside the Community Starter Kit, allowing you to harness its power for easily creating your own websites. The book is structured to help you understand, implement and extend the Community Starter Kit: - Understand how the Community Starter Kit works. - Build the skills to implement your own site. - Develop the confidence to extend the system for your own needs. With this book, you will learn how to: - Install and configure the CSK - Find your way around the CSKs towering range of features - Create and administer community websites - Become familiar with the common CSK ASP.NET controls - Customize your CSK site - Discover the secrets of the CSK core architecture - Explore the inner workings of CSK modules - Extend the CSK by creating new modules - Customize existing modules with Web controls - Add an RSS feed to share your content with others - Deploy your CSK website This book is for ASP.NET developers with a sound grasp of C# and access to Visual Studio .NET.