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What Is Microsoft .NET?
The .NET Framework Components
Visual Studio 2008: The Tool for .NET Development
What Is ASP.NET?
ASP.NET Web Applications
Multimedia: ASP.NET Dynamic Compilation Execution Model
Microsoft .NET Framework Resources
Lab Application Setup
Why Visual Studio 2008?
Available Project Templates
The Development Process
Web Application Types and File Structure
Web Application Files
Demonstration: Creating a Web Application Project
Multiple Language Support
The Common Language Runtime
Runtime Compilation and Execution
What Are Namespaces?
Comparison of the Microsoft .NET-Based Languages
What Are Classes and Components?
Creating a Class
Accessing Components in an ASP.NET Web Form
Demonstration: Creating a Class in Visual Studio 2008
Exercise 1: Creating an ASP.NET Web Site
What Is a Web Form?
Creating a Web Form by Using Visual Studio 2008
What Is a Server Control?
Types of Server Controls
Saving View State
HTML Server Controls
Web Server Controls
Discussion: Advantages of Master Pages
Exercise 1: Creating the Default.aspx Web Form
Exercise 2: Creating the benefitsMaster Master Page
Exercise 3: Creating the life.aspx Web Form
Writing Inline Code
What Are Code-Behind Pages?
How Code-Behind Pages Work
What Are Event Procedures?
Client-Side Event Procedures
Server-Side Event Procedures
Multimedia: Client-Side and Server-Side Events
Creating Event Procedures
Demonstration: Creating an Event Procedure
Interacting with Controls in Event Procedures
The Page Event Life Cycle
Multimedia: The PostBack Process
Demonstration: Handling Events
Handling Page.IsPostback Events
Linking Two Controls Together
Demonstration: Linking Controls Together
Exercise 1: Creating a Page_Load Event Procedure
Run Time Information
Enabling Tracing
The Trace Object
Application-Level Trace
Tracing into a Component
Remote Debugging Overview
Performing Remote Debugging
Exercise 1: Implementing Trace Statements
ASP.NET Validation Controls
Positioning Validation Controls on a Web Form
Combining Validation Controls
Input Validation Controls
RegularExpressionValidator Control
CustomValidator Control
The Page.IsValid Property
Implementing the ValidationSummary Control
Exercise 1: Implementing RequiredFieldValidator Controls
Exercise 2: Implementing the ValidationSummary Control
Exercise 3: Implementing the CompareValidator Control
Exercise 4: Implementing the RegularExpressionValidator Control
What Is a User Control?
Why Use User Controls?
Creating a User Control
Adding a User Control to a Web Form
Exercise 1 Creating a User Control
What Is ADO.NET?
The ADO.NET Object Model
DataSets and DataReaders
Generating a Connection by Using Server Explorer
The DataAdapter Object Model
Generating a DataSet
Creating a Connection Programmatically
Binding Data to Controls by Using the IDE
Creating a Command Object
Creating a Data Reader
Creating a DataSet
Storing Data From Multiple Tables
Programmatically Navigating Between Tables by Using Relationships
Exercise 1: Connecting to the Doctors Database
What Is a Stored Procedure?
Why Use Stored Procedures?
Parameters in Stored Procedures
Passing Input Parameters
Accessing Output Parameters
Demonstration: Passing Parameters
What Is LINQ?
Creating a LINQ to SQL Object Model
The DataContext Class
Querying a Database
Exercise 2: Get Doctor Specialties
What Is XML?
XML Core Technologies
Why Use XML with DataSets?
Overview of Synchronizing a DataSet with an XmlDataDocument
Synchronizing a DataSet with an XmlDataDocument
Manipulating an XmlDataDocument
Transforming XML Data by Using XSLT
Demonstration: Transforming Data by Using XSLT
What Is the XML Web Server Control?
Loading and Saving XML Data
Exercise 1: Reading a List of Mutual Funds from an XML File
What Is Asynchronous JavaScript and XML?
Architecture of ASP.NET AJAX
What Are the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions?
Demonstration: Implementing the UpdatePanel Control
Managing Partial-Page Updates
Overview of the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit
Accessing the ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit
Demonstration: Implementing an ASP.NET AJAX Extender Control
Exercise 1 Implementing Partial-Page Rendering by Using the UpdatePanel Control
Key Features of Microsoft Silverlight
Tools for Designing and Developing Silverlight Applications
Architecture of Silverlight
XAML and Microsoft Silverlight
Creating a Silverlight Application
Content of a Silverlight Application
Implementing XAML Objects
Exercise 1: Creating a Microsoft Silverlight-Based Application
What Is an XML Web Service?
Why Use XML Web Services?
Multimedia: XML Web Service Execution Model
Calling an XML Web Service by Using HTTP
What Is a Proxy?
Demonstration: Testing the Availability of an XML Web Service
Steps to Create an XML Web Service
XML Web Service Code
What Is State Management?
Types of State Management
Server-Side State Management
Client-Side State Management
The Global.asax File
Saving Application and Session Variables in a Database
Storing Session Date by Using Cookies
Retrieving Information from a Cookie
Cookieless Sessions
Setting Up Cookieless Sessions
Exercise 1: Implementing Session Variables
What Is the Cache Object?
How to Use the Cache Object
Removing Items from the Cache Object
Multimedia: Output Caching
Output Cache Types
Implementing the Page Output Cache
Implementing Control Caching
Overview of Configuration Files
Configuring an Application by Using Web.config
Configuration Inheritance
Web Site Administration Tool
Retrieving Data from Web.config
Web Application Deployment
Deploying a Web Application by Using the Publish Web Site Utility
Authentication vs. Authorization
What Are the ASP.NET Authentication Methods?
Comparing the ASP.NET Authentication Methods
What Are the IIS Authentication Mechanisms?
Demonstration: IIS Authentication Mechanisms
What Is Secure Sockets Layer?
Enabling Windows-Based Authentication
Reading User Information
Overview of Forms-Based Authentication
CD Content
Multimedia: Forms-Based Authentication
Enabling Forms-Based Authentication
Creating a Logon Page
Demonstration: Forms-Based Authentication
Exercise 1: Securing Your Web Site by Using Windows-Based Authentication
Exercise 2: Securing Your Web Site by Using Forms-Based Authentication
Exercise 3: Registering New Users
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