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ASP Net Soup to Nuts

ASP Net Soup to Nuts

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http://idealprogrammer.com - 26 hours of free video tutorials
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Learn ASP.NET from Microsoft Expert -26 hours of FREE VideosVisitIdealProgrammer.comfor 300Hours of FREE VideoTutorials
Updated September 30, 2008I just finished watching Bill Steele of Microsoft explainASP.NET in his 26 hour Soup To Nuts Video series. Bill Steelehas an excellent grasp of  ASP.NETand provides a streamlined approach. He takes you from learning how to install the freeExpress Versionsof the software to building a full-blownauction site. This is the best series I have watched. Bill has agreat sense of humor and is very interesting character, as he isalso an airplane pilot.Here is an outline of the ASP.NET Soup to Nuts series:
Video #1 -HTML Basics
The first webcast in this series introduces the concepts behind the Hypertext MarkupLanguage (HTML). HTML is a powerful tool that you can use to describe the visualaspects of a Web-based application. This webcast provides a brief history of HTML, itscurrent status, and its plausible future scenarios. This webcast is just the first in of the"ASP.NET 2.0 - Soup to Nuts" series that covers everything from the basics to the mostadvanced concepts.
The second webcast in the "Soup to Nuts" series introduces the basic concepts behind aWeb server. A Web server manages a Web site. A Web application runs on the Webserver and is served from it.
Video #3 -ASP.NET Basics
The third part of this webcast series discusses the advanced framework provided by theMicrosoft.NET Framework. You will learn what ASP.NET is. This webcast explains howASP.NET is managed by the .NET Framework and provides an overview of thefunctionality in both Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 and the .NET Framework.
The fourth webcast of this series gives you an opportunity to apply your learning so far to
creating a simple Web site. This webcast demonstrates how to build a Web site withoutusing any additional "tools," then explores the various options for configuring thisdemonstration Web site. You also learn how Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 handles our application during various stages of its execution.
This webcast introduces you to Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition,the new development environment for the casual user or hobbyist Web developer. Wewalk you through some of the features of this environment that you can use to create andmanage your Web sites. Bill begins to work with the Web site that was created in the previous webcast.
Attend this webcast for an introduction to the new Microsoft SQL Server 2005 ExpressEdition, which stores data for our Web application. You also learn about the manycontrols that you can use to request data from the database and store data in it. Also, seehow to customize the look and feel of the data access controls that are presented to you ina user friendly way.
This webcast introduces you to the concepts of layout and style, which you can use togive your Web application a unique look and feel. Find out how master pages help definethe layout of your application, while themes can be used to give your controls a littleflair. The basics of site navigation and the controls that are available to help youaccomplish this very important task are also discussed in this webcast.
Video #8
Explore Web sites from a hacker's point of view to learn what you can do to protect your site, and, more importantly, the information it contains. In this webcast, we demonstrateseveral types of hacks so that you see exactly what types of vulnerabilities hackers arelooking for in a Web site.
Video #9 -Server Controls
In this webcast, Bill discusses the server controls in Microsoft ASP.NET and how theycan be used to deliver a rich user experience. Learn about the various types of controls,from the standard server controls to advanced controls like data controls, navigationcontrols, and logon controls. Here you will get an introduction to the concept of writingyour own controls.
Video #10 -Extending ASP.NET
Discover how you can take the existing Microsoft ASP.NET server controls and extendthem to add functionality. Because the Microsoft .NET Framework is object oriented, it iseasy to inherit from the existing controls and extend those controls to suit our exactneeds. This video provides an introduction to the object-oriented programming (OOP)concepts of inheritance, polymorphism, and encapsulation in the context of extending theexisting functionality of several server controls.
Video #11 -User Settings
Find out what Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 provides in the area of personalization. The
webcast shows how a Web site can store user information and individual user  preferences. It introduces you to the various storage mechanisms in the ASP.NETframework, such as cookies, ViewState, and profile management features.
State management is an important aspect of any Web application. Because stateinformation is lost between subsequent requests, ASP.NET provides a variety of way to preserve state both server-side and client-side, when your application or controls need toround-trip information across requests. This webcast demonstrates some of the availablestate management features.
A central requirement of any Web application server is a rich and flexible configurationand management system — one that enables you to easily associate settings with aninstallable application (without having to "bake" values into code) and enablesadministrators to easily manage and customize these values after deployment. ASP.NETincludes a configuration system designed to meet the needs of both of these audiences; it provides a hierarchical configuration infrastructure that enables extensible configurationdata to be defined and used throughout an application, site, and/or machine. And,ASP.NET includes a full suite of tools to configure web applications. This webcastdemonstrates some of the available management mechanisms.
ASP.NET provides a number of ways to monitor the application and diagnose various problems that may arise during its development and operation. Some of thesemechanisms are better suited for development-time debugging of the application code,others for monitoring the health and performance of the application when it is deployed,and yet others for diagnosing and investigating problems when they occur. This webcastdemonstrates some of the available monitoring mechanisms.
Video #15 -Web Part Controls
Web parts are an exciting new family of controls that enable you to add rich, personalizedcontent and layout to your site, and well as the ability to edit that content and layoutdirectly from your application pages. These controls rely on the personalization servicesin ASP.NET 2.0 to provide a unique experience for each user in your application. Anycontrol can easily be made into a web part to participate in these personalization services.
Video #16-Caching
Caching is a technique widely used in computing to increase performance by keepingfrequently accessed or expensive data in memory. In the context of a Web application,caching is used to retain pages or data across HTTP requests and reuse them without theexpense of recreating them. ASP.NET has several kinds of caching that can be used byWeb applications and in this session we will examine them.
The Web has had worldwide reach since its inception. Users have different culturalexpectations and speak different languages. In this Quickstart you will learn how powerful new ASP.NET v2.0 features make it easier to adapt your Web application todifferent countries, regions, and markets. In this session, we will examine the variousresources for you to easily adapt your application to support various cultures.

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