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Introduction to ASP.NET
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 An Introduction to ASP .NET
using Visual Basic .NET
Peter McMahon
peter@dotnet.za.net(Incomplete Draft Version)
Copyright © 2001 – 2005, Peter McMahon
 
 Table of Contents
1.
 
Introduction2.
 
Installation3.
 
A Quick Introduction to Web Programming and VB .NET4.
 
Your first ASP .NET Web Form5.
 
Programming with common ASP .NET Web and HTML Controls6.
 
Moving between Web Forms and Persisting State7.
 
User Input Validation8.
 
Data Programming with ADO .NET (Incomplete)9.
 
XML Programming with the XML Base Classes10.
 
File IO11.
 
Sending e-mail using ASP .NET12.
 
Using the advanced Web Controls (Not started)13.
 
Creating your own User Controls14.
 
Web Services (Incomplete)15.
 
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Chapter 0
Author’s Note
This book started as a project for California-based publishers Apress in December2000. I began writing in January 2001 with the wildly optimistic goal of completingthe book by August. Needless to say I didn’t even come close. In the followingmonths the market for books targeting new .NET developers became increasinglycompetitive, and unfortunately Apress were forced to cancel the project.What you see before you is the state of the book as it was circa April 2002. Someof the chapters have gone through the technical review and copy editing phases,others have not, so the quality within the book varies somewhat, and is far fromprofessional. Some chapters are incomplete, and some don’t make an appearance atall. However, I figured I’d might as well compile what I have and release it ratherthan continue to let the writing rot on my hard drive. Hopefully this e-book draft willbe useful to people beginning with .NET, Web Forms development, or both.Take note: this book was written before the release of .NET v1.1 or v2.0, and usesVisual Studio .NET 2002. Fortunately not much changed between Visual Studio .NET2002 and Visual Studio .NET 2003, so although all the screenshots in the book mightlook at little different to what you’ll see in the .NET v1.1 release version (and indeedVisual Studio 2005), most of the code and concepts should be very similar, if not thesame.I’d like to thank everyone involved in the project during 2001 and 2002. Gary,Karen, Dan, Nicolle, Grace, Tracy and everyone else at Apress, thanks for yourefforts – I learned a lot from you all. And to everyone who read early chapter draftsand gave me feedback, I really appreciate your words of advice and encouragement!In particular I’d like to thank Mark Balasundram, Brad Simon, Jared Blanchard, TomPester, David Palmquist and Marc Pienaar.
 
Peter McMahonJune 2005

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