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Programming the Web with Visual Basic .NET

Apress, Paperback, Published July 2002, 936 pages, ISBN 1590590279 List Price: $59.95, offsite link.$41.97 at Amazon.com (save 30%).

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  • Foreword (xiii)
  • About the Authors (xv)
  • Acknowledgments (xvii)
  • Introduction (xix)
  • Chapter 1 Meeting the Challenges of the Web (1)
    • What Are the Challenges of Web Development? (1)
    • Creating Multitiered Applications for the Web (2)
    • Using HTML and XML (9)
    • Programming in the Internet Environment (17)
    • ASP.NET Namespaces (27)
    • Recap (36)
  • Chapter 2 Creating a Web Application (37)
    • Starting a Web Project (38)
    • Using the Global.asax File (53)
    • Cascading Style Sheets (69)
    • Instrumentation and Tracing (83)
    • Recap (91)
  • Chapter 3 Creating a Web Page (93)
    • Understanding the ASP.NET Control Tree (94)
    • Unraveling the Page Processing Sequence (101)
    • Understanding Web Form Classes (120)
    • Recap (137)
  • Chapter 4 Using the HTML Controls (139)
    • The HTMLControls Namespace (140)
    • Using Image Controls (144)
    • Using Container Controls (152)
    • Using Input Controls (201)
    • Using Client Events (217)
    • Recap (221)
  • Chapter 5 Using the Web Server Controls (223)
    • Understanding the Capabilities of Web Server Controls (224)
    • The Web Controls Namespace (228)
    • Using Basic Web Server Controls (242)
    • Using Complex Web Server Controls (285)
    • Recap (301)
  • Chapter 6 Using the Validation Controls (303)
    • Adding a Validation Control to a Web Page (304)
    • The Validation Base Classes (307)
    • Validating Required Fields (311)
    • Validating Field Formats (312)
    • Validating Field Values (321)
    • Performing Custom Validation (326)
    • Using the ValidationSummary Control (332)
    • Recap (339)
  • Chapter 7 Using Data-Bound Controls (341)
    • Data Binding (341)
    • Using the Collection Controls (350)
    • Recap (399)
  • Chapter 8 (401)
    • Describing an XML Web Service (402)
    • Communicating with an XML Web Service (405)
    • Locating an XML Web Service (409)
    • Creating an XML Web Service (411)
    • Accessing an XML Web Service (423)
    • Returning an Array from a XML Web Method (433)
    • Returning a Structure from a Web Method (435)
    • Exchanging Objects with a Web Method (437)
    • Using SOAP Headers (439)
    • Recap (451)
  • Chapter 9 Accessing Relational Data (453)
    • What Is Special About ADO.NET? (454)
    • The ADO.NET DataSet Class (455)
    • Data Providers (458)
    • Accessing a Database from a Dataset (462)
    • Populating a Database (483)
    • Using a Data Reader (496)
    • Improving Column Names via Mapping (501)
    • Using Data Views (504)
    • Accessing a Dataset via an XML Web Service (508)
    • Editing a Database Table from a DataGrid (509)
    • Validating Data Table Entries (517)
    • Recap (529)
  • Chapter 10 Creating a User Control (531)
    • Understanding User Controls (532)
    • Creating a Simple User Control (537)
    • Exposing User Control Properties (542)
    • Changing Content Dynamically (547)
    • Handling User Control Client Events (553)
    • Converting a Web Form to a User Control (560)
    • Caching Output for Reuse (561)
    • Recap (573)
  • Chapter 11 Creating a Rendered Control (575)
    • Creating a Web Control Library (575)
    • Creating a Simple Rendered Control (577)
    • Registering and Using a Custom Control (585)
    • Using Web Control Properties (594)
    • Rendering Content Changes Dynamically (598)
    • Handling PostBack Events (602)
    • Recap (610)
  • Chapter 12 Creating a Composite Control (613)
    • Creating a Simple Composite Control (613)
    • Varying Styles Within a Composite Control (617)
    • Raising an Event from a Composite Control (624)
    • Creating a Template Control (630)
    • Recap (636)
  • Chapter 13 Building a Web Application (639)
    • Updating a Database from a Web Application (640)
    • Authenticating a Visitor (665)
    • Viewing Database Information from a Web Site (692)
    • Recap (717)
  • Chapter 14 Configuring and Deploying a Web Application (719)
    • Configuring a Web Application (720)
    • Securing a Web Application (738)
    • Deploying a Web Application (751)
    • Recap (765)
  • Chapter 15 Creating a Web Site (767)
    • Working with a Professional Designer (767)
    • Implementing a Web Design (775)
    • Encapsulating Design Elements in Controls (784)
    • Personalizing Web Pages (809)
    • Reading Database Information Efficiently (817)
    • Inviting Spiders, Crawlers, and Surfers (825)
    • Recap (831)
  • Appendix A Web Design and Usability: Tips and Tricks (833)
    • Gain Trust Through Clear Writing (833)
    • Create Effective, Useful Web Links (838)
    • Make Web Pages Easy to Navigate (841)
    • Add Value with a Web Site Search Tool (843)
    • Produce Fast-Loading, High-Quality Graphics (845)
    • Make Your Web Site More Accessible (848)
    • Recap (849)
  • Appendix B HTML Quick Reference (851)
    • The Doctype Declaration (851)
    • The html Section (852)
    • The head Section (852)
    • The body Section (854)
    • Formatting Web Pages with HTML (854)
  • Appendix C XML Quick Reference (863)
    • Document Object Model (864)
    • Node Trees (864)
    • Nodes (866)
  • Appendix D Setting Up Your Own Development Server (875)
    • Hardware Requirements for Windows 2000 Server (878)
    • Source Code Control (878)
  • Index (879)

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