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ASP.Net provides the most powerful environment for development of sophisticated, real-life business applications.

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  1. Introduction of ASP.NET with C#
    ASP.Net provides the most powerful environment for development of sophisticated, real-life business applications. It was only natural for us to get sucked into the vortex of the exciting opportunity that this language provides, to satiate our technical appetite. This book presents a realistic tableau of the vast repertoire of features of the ASP.Net language. We have scythed through the maze of technological jargon to present to you, in a simple yet comprehensive manner, all the salient features of the language.  The book commences with the assumption that you are a programming tyro, with no previous knowledge of ASP.Net or C#. It however, expects you to have a working knowledge of the Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML). The book covers the length and breadth of the ASP.Net framework. Since the C# language has been used for programming, the fundamentals of this language have also been covered.
  2. AJAX script application
    ASP.NET Atlas is a rich set of client side and server side libraries to develop AJAX-style applications using ASP.NET. This tutorial (and probably more in this series) attempts to provide a general view of the features available in Atlas. Since, Atlas is a very vast library this very first tutorial concentrates on two most important features of Atlas: 
    * Ability to call server side web services from client side scripts 
    * Ease of developing cross-browser compatible JavaScript code 
  3. Tutorial of ASP.NET 2.0
    This tutorial is an updated and expanded version of the earlier tutorial that is more in line with the final release of ASP.NET 2.0. It includes new examples, coding approaches, and explanations. If you have been using the previous tutorial, there should be little difficulty in transitioning to these new materials. The tutorial is designed for college-level classes in Web Development; however, it is available to anyone with an interest in learning ASP.NET 2.0 from the ground up. It is not designed as comprehensive coverage of ASP.NET 2.0. It presents features and techniques to apply this Web development framework to produce applications of a generally useful nature. It is a learning resource moreso than a reference source.
  4. The ASP.NET QuickStart Tutorial
    The ASP.NET QuickStart is a series of ASP.NET samples and supporting commentary designed to quickly acquaint developers with the syntax, architecture, and power of the ASP.NET Web programming framework. The QuickStart samples are designed to be short, easy-to-understand illustrations of ASP.NET features. By the time you have completed the QuickStart tutorial, you will be familiar with:  * ASP.NET Syntax. While some of the ASP.NET syntax elements will be familiar to veteran ASP developers, several are unique to the new framework. The QuickStart samples cover each element in detail.  * ASP.NET Architecture and Features. The QuickStart introduces the features of ASP.NET that enable developers to build interactive, world-class applications with much less time and effort than ever before.  The QuickStart samples demonstrate the best ways to exercise the power of ASP.NET while avoiding potential pitfalls along the way. 
  5. ASP.NET Atlas Powers the AJAX-Style Sites
    The type of rich development that Atlas enables is broadly referred to as AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript and XML), which is a relatively new acronym for a combination of technologies that have been around for quite some time. Modern browsers include the XMLHttpRequest object that can be used from JavaScript for making calls back to the server. This allows the page to react to user input and perform out-of-band operations without requiring that the whole page be refreshed. This concept is generally simple, but AJAX libraries can greatly alleviate the arduous task of writing client-side JavaScript to communicate with the server and deal with the XML that is returned from a Web service. The general problem that AJAX attempts to solve is rooted in the HTTP protocol itself. HTTP is the standard used by browsers to communicate with Web servers to retrieve pages and post data back from them.

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Posted on: February 14, 2008

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