Table of Contents


CHAPTER 1: Introducing to ASP.Net & .Net Framework 3.5

1.1 Microsoft’s .NET 3.5 Framework
1.2 ASP.NET 3.5
1.3 ASP.NET Features
1.4 JavaScript and Client-Side Code
1.6 Dynamic HTML
1.7 Extensible Markup Language (XML)
1.7 MVC
1.9 SQL Server
1.10 Internet Information Services

CHAPTER 2: C# Language Basics

2.1 Case Sensitivity
2.2 Commenting
2.3 Statement Termination
2.4 Blocks
2.5 Variables & Data Types
2.6 Variable Operations
2.7 Conditional Logic
2.8 The if Statement
2.9 The switch Statement
2.10 Loops
2.11 The for Loop
2.12 The foreach loop
2.13 The while loop

CHAPTER 3: Creating an Website

3.1 Visual Studio IDE
3.2 Adding an ASP.NET control
3.3 Previewing a page in the browser
3.4 Adding controls to the VWDE Toolbox

   CHAPTER 4: Creating MyMoviesCollection Web Project

4.1 What is SQL?
4.2 Using a SQL Server Express Database
4.3 Adding a database to the project
4.4 Adding a table to the database
4.5 Generating a Data-Driven Web Page
4.6 Using the database to build a Web page
4.7 Previewing and reviewing the database-generated page

CHAPTER 5: Managing Data and Other CRUD

5.1 CRUD
5.2 Working with Smart Tags and Designers
5.3 Enhancing the GridView Control
5.4 Sorting, editing, and deleting with the GridView
5.5 Formatting the date display
5.6 Introducing the FormView Control
5.7 Adding a FormView control to the page
5.8 Changing the FormView control’s templates
5.9 Using the FormView control to insert a row
5.10 Analyzing problems with the date input
5.11 Validating the date input
5.12 Fixing the Page Title
5.13 Improving Performance with the AJAX Update Panel

CHAPTER 6: Handling User Input and Events

6.1 Accepting Data in a TextBox Control
6.2 Creating a regular text box
6.3 Accepting passwords (somewhat) securely
6.4 Capturing text with MultiLine mode
6.5 Allowing creativity with rich text
6.6 Pushing for Choices with the RadioButton Control
6.7 Collecting RadioButtonList Controls
6.8 Adding list items with a Collection editor
6.9 Capturing the survey choice
6.10 Checking CheckBox and CheckBoxList Controls
6.11 For Each and the collection
6.12 Using the DropDownList Control
6.13 Understanding Namespaces
6.14 Displaying the color name and showing the color
6.15 Understanding ASP.NET Forms

CHAPTER 7: Fetch and Present Data with SqlDataSource

7.1 Connecting to SQL Server Express
7.2 Finding a copy of the Northwind database
7.3 Adding the Northwind database to your application
7.4 Connecting to the database
7.5 Using the SqlDataSource Control
7.6 The Command attributes in the markup
7.7 Consuming Data with the DetailsView Control
7.8 Using Parameters in Queries
7.9 Getting a parameter value from a TextBox control
7.10 Returning the country names with no repeats
7.11 Filling a drop-down list with data from a SqlDataSource
7.12 Changing the parameter source
7.13 Obtaining a parameter from a Session variable
7.14 Passing a parameter on a query string
7.15 Creating a Master/Detail Page
7.16 Designing the page layout
7.17 Fetching data for the master
7.18 Fetching data for the details
7.19 Configuring the GridView and DetailsView controls

   CHAPTER 8: Design ListView and Other Templated Controls

8.1 Understanding Templated Controls
8.2 Repeating yourself with the Repeater
8.3 Rolling Your Own with the ListView Control
8.4 Generating the DataContext
8.5 Configuring the LinqDataSource
8.6 Setting up the ListView
8.7 Displaying data with ItemTemplate
8.8 Editing records with EditItemTemplate
8.9 Adding records with InsertItemTemplate
8.10 Advising users there’s no data with EmptyDataTemplate
8.11 Using the ItemSeparatorTemplate
8.12 Making a horizontal list with flow
8.13 Using the DataPager with a ListView

CHAPTER 9: Enhancing Pages with AJAX Control Toolkit

9.1 Introducing the AJAX Control Toolkit
9.2 Automatically Completing Data As the User Types
9.3 Creating the data lookup Web service
9.4 Creating the data lookup page
9.5 Enhancing a text box with the TextBoxWatermarkExtender
9.6 Adding style to a watermark
9.7 Guiding Input with a Masked Text Box
9.8 Creating a masked input
9.9 Using masks and custom characters
9.10 Choosing Dates with a Calendar
9.11 Positioning Content to Stay on Top
9.12 Creating a floating style
9.13 Adding Panel controls to make

9.14 Adding the AlwaysVisibleControlExtender on a page

CHAPTER 10: Site Security Using Authentication and Membership

10.1 Understanding Authentication
10.2 Preparing a Site for Membership
10.3 Creating the Membership Database
10.4 Configuring forms authentication
10.5 Creating and enabling a role
10.6 Implementing Registration and Login
10.7 Creating the Registration page with CreateUserWizard
10.8 Creating the Login page
10.9 Creating the Password Recovery page
10.10 Configuring the SMTP (Mail) settings
10.11 Creating a Change Password page
10.12 Providing a Login/Logout link
10.13 Adding an Administration Area
10.14 Adding the Admin folder and a page
10.15 Building the Membership List page
10.16 Applying Roles and Security
10.17 Understanding access rules
10.18 Adding an administrator
10.19 Confirming the role-based security
10.20 Securing individual pages

CHAPTER 11: Handling Exceptions

11.1 Understanding Exceptions and Their Messages
11.2 Global Error Handling
11.3 Catching and E-Mailing Exceptions
11.4 Using Try...Catch in Risky Situations
11.5 Executing a Statement, Finally
11.6 Some Common Error Messages and Where to Look
11.7 System.NullReferenceException
11.8 Are you missing an assembly reference?
11.9 ‘Button1_Click’ is not a member of ‘ASP.default2_aspx’

   CHAPTER 12: Application Deployment

12.1 Use the Copy Web Site Tool
12.2 Connecting via FTP
12.3 Connecting by using the FrontPage extensions
12.4 Connecting via the file system
12.5 Transferring files in the Copy Web tool
12.6 Use the SQL Publishing Wizard
12.7 Creating a database script
12.8 Creating a remote database from a script
12.9 Copy a SQL Express Database
12.10 Fix the @#$%*& SQL Connection
12.11 Choose an ASP.NET-Friendly Host
12.12 Gather Troubleshooting Info
12.13 Precompile If You’re Code Shy
12.14 Encrypt Connection Information
12.15 Some tips which helps you in building your application

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