Build Your Own ASP.NET 2.0 Web Site Using C# and VB, 2nd Edition Paperback – 10 Nov 2006
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Overall, the book not only satisfies the delivery expectations, it excites. -- asp.netPRO Magazine
The clearly laid out set-up instructions and easy to follow examples make this book an enjoyable and never laborious read. -- Dan Morgan -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.
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Right from the start, the book has a warm and friendly feel to it, explaining everything in such detail that it's not too overbearing for a beginner (like me) and not too patronising to someone who already has experience in web designing.
All the examples within the book are shown in both V.B and C# coding. Their content are then explained to help the reader understand why it's written in such a way - making it much easier for you to remember the coding and easier to program in that coding! Another advantage to the book is that all the examples are available online. So if you're having trouble typing (I got lazy!) you can download the coding and see a working version of what your website should look like.
On the whole this was a good book, and certainly for the amateur developer, this will definitely get you up and started and building quality websites.
However, the book uses ASP.NET 2.0 in a scripting fashion. There are no examples of object orientation or encapsulation of coding at all. It therefore left me completely high and dry when writing an object orientated designed site.
I still occasionally refer to it though for scripting scenarios. I would advise a professional developer to buy a professional book instead.
After buying this book in early 2006, it was left out of sight amongst my many programming books little read.
Having recently started a new job, I needed to convert from VB.NET to C# and pulled this book off my shelf for another look.
What a pleasant surprise to see everything you need to construct a well driven website, laid out very simply, with good examples in both VB and C#.
I SHOULD HAVE READ THIS BOOK SOONER!
An ideal start for anyone new to intermediate level in ASP.NET with good explanations and no geeky stuff.
It includes configuration of IIS, SQL Server Instances and the Web server,
View and Session states, Control events, Validation controls, Database design, SQL, ADO.NET, Data lists, Datagrids and Details view.
Also included is advanced data access, Security, User authentication and Roles, Working with Files and Email.
Well worth the money!!
This book takes you from nothing to something without the authors trying to prove to you that they know what they are writing about. What I mean by this is that they are able to explain the concepts in a nice clear and concise way that make it the first techie book I have not wanted to put down. They do this without using terms and examples that just make them look geeky and you feel stupid.
Buy this book, you won't regret it.
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How often do you come across a book about pooting where the first chapter starts gets you going and every chapter to the end builds on what you've learned in the previous ones? Read morePublished on 8 Feb. 2014 by Peter Hamilton-scott
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This book helped me to get started with ASP.NET. I have since used 3.5 and 4.0 which were easy to transfer too. The book has examples in both VB.NET and C#. Read morePublished on 4 Dec. 2011 by M. Kelly
I'm reading this at the moment and it's interesting and well structured. I don't have much code experience. Did a bit of html at school but nothing more. Read morePublished on 21 Aug. 2010 by C. Catto
I couldnt believe the hyped reviews about this item that I had seen on Amazon and on other websites. But the good reviews were all correct. Read morePublished on 30 July 2010 by DWJenkins
I started off trying to read Wrox 'Beginning ASP.NET' but found it pretty dry and not that comprehensive as a tutorial so I gave up after a few hundred pages and bought this... Read morePublished on 18 Dec. 2009 by A reader
This book is worth the read, the money and the time. What any beginner needs is a very good book, otherwise you will just be disheartened and frustrated if the writing style is... Read morePublished on 23 July 2009 by Edgardo Agno
I've tried other books, online videos, classes, the lot.
I wish I'd seen this book earlier as it done it all for me. Read more
I bought ASP.Net for Dummies before this book, and even after going through a quite a few chapters did'nt feel confident enough to go ahead with ASP.NET. Read morePublished on 3 Feb. 2008 by S. Abbasi
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