Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Server Control and Component Development

Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Server Control and Component Development

Author: Dr. Shahram Khosravi

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780471793502

Category: Computers

Page: 1227

View: 301

The ASP.NET 2.0 Framework introduced web developers to dozens of new server controls and components, and a greatly expanded and easier structure for writing their own server controls and components. Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Server Control and Component Development covers the breadth of server control functionality as well as the rest of the membership, role management, SchemaImporterExtension, and so on – the functionality referred to as components. Written for the experienced ASP.NET developer, Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Server Control and Component Development will show you how to write your first sever control or custom component. The step-by-step coverage drills down to the details of the extensible part of the ASP.NET 2.0 Framework that you need to extend to write the specified type of custom control or component. Rather than present the extensible part as a black box, it presents a detailed step-by-step approach to implement functional replica of the extensible part, discusses the replica’s code in detail, and provides an in-depth coverage of the techniques, tools, and technologies used in the code. From there you get a detailed practical recipe for developing the specified type of custom control or component and book then uses the recipe to implement one or more real-world custom controls or components of the specified type that you can use in your own Web applications. Some of the many types of controls and components you'll learn to build are: Ajax-enabled controls and components: four chapters on Ajax discuss and use Ajax patterns, ASP.NET 2.0 client callback mechanism, CSS, DOM, XML, and JavaScript to implement a number of Ajax-enabled controls and components. Web Parts: four chapters on Web Parts in ASP.NET 2.0 develop a number of custom WebPart, EditorPart, CatalogPart, WebPartZone, WebPartChrome, WebPartVerb, WebPartManager, and data-bound WebPart controls. 5 chapters on ASP.NET 2.0 security, membership, and role management components 5 chapters on ASP.NET 2.0 tabular and hierarchical data source controls and custom Parameter components 4 chapters on ASP.NET 2.0 tabular data-bound controls and data control fields Developing controls and components that can access any type of data store and automate all their data operations such as Delete, Update, Insert, and Sort. XML Web service, WSDL, Google XML Web service API, SchemaImporterExtension, ISerializable, and CodeDom XmlReader, XmlWriter, XPathNavigator, DOM, and XmlResolver Provider-Based Services including how to implement a RSS service provider that can feed RSS from any type of data store such as SQL Server, file system, Web services, and so on HTTP modules, HTTP handler factories, HTTP handlers, and control builders including developing an HTTP module and an HTTP handler factory that perform URL rewriting and an HTTP handler that generates RSS feeds User controls and composite and templated custom controls State management and custom type converters. Events, IPostBackEventHandler, IPostBackDataHandler, and Page lifecycle This book is also available as part of the 5-book ASP.NET 2.0 Wrox Box (ISBN: 0-470-11757-5). This 5-book set includes: Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Special Edition (ISBN: 0-470-04178-1) ASP.NET 2.0 Website Programming: Problem - Design - Solution (ISBN: 0764584642 ) Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Security, Membership, and Role Management (ISBN: 0764596985) Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Server Control and Component Development (ISBN: 0471793507) ASP.NET 2.0 MVP Hacks and Tips (ISBN: 0764597663) CD-ROM with more than 1000 pages of bonus chapters from 15 other .NET 2.0 and SQL Server(TM) 2005 Wrox books DVD with 180-day trial version of Microsoft(r) Visual Studio(r) 2005 Professional Edition

Pro ASP.NET 2.0 in C# 2005

Pro ASP.NET 2.0 in C# 2005

Author: Mario Szpuszta

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781430200642

Category: Computers

Page: 1288

View: 578

This book is the third edition of Matthew MacDonald and Mario Szpuszta’s well regarded title. It has been comprehensively updated to provide detailed coverage of all.NET 3.5’s new features within the same framework and writing style that made the previous editions so successful. It is one of the first books to provide complete coverage of all the new ASP.NET 3.5 features together with a detailed explanation of their usage. Written by the same proven two-author team as the previous editions of this book, it has the same quality of content and explanation and shows how to use the latest cutting-edge features of ASP.NET 3.5.

Pro ASP.NET Web API

Pro ASP.NET Web API

Author: Ali Uurlu

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781430247265

Category: Computers

Page: 604

View: 280

Pro ASP.NET Web API shows you how to build flexible, extensible web services that run seamlessly on a range of operating systems and devices, from desktops to tablets to smart phones—even the ones we don’t know today. ASP.NET Web API is a new framework designed to simplify web service architecture. So if you're tired of interoperability issues between inflexible web services and clients tied to specific platforms or programming languages, or if you've ever struggled with WCF, this book is for you. To start with, you'll get up to speed on Web API's modern HTTP programming model, REST and your hosting options. You'll then dive into building a real application over a series of three chapters, so you can get an immediate feel for how this technology works in practice. The second half of the book features dedicated chapters on topics like routing, controllers, validation and tracing, and the authors close with discussions on performance, hosting and an all-important look at unit testing to help you prepare your application for the real world. ASP.NET Web API makes HTTP a first-class citizen of .NET. With Pro ASP.NET Web API, you can build HTTP-based web services for your company or business, expose your data to the world across different formats and devices and gain the best possible global reach for your application.

ASP.NET Website Programming

ASP.NET Website Programming

Author: Marco Bellinaso

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780764558627

Category: Computers

Page: 576

View: 217

What is this book about? ASP.NET Website Programming shows you how to build an interactive website from design to deployment. Packed with solutions to website programming problems, this book will have you building well-engineered, extendable ASP.NET websites quickly and easily. What does this book cover? In this book, you will learn how to Establish a solid, scalable website foundation Provide flexible user accounts integrating with ASP.NET's built-in security Create message forums that enable formatted messages but defend against cross-site scripting Generate revenue from advertising Build a web interface for uploading, downloading, editing, and managing the files on your site Add opinion polls, email newsletters, and news management Deploy the finished site on a live server Build websites using good, n-tier coding techniques The site we build is modular. You can slot the modules into your own website, modify them, or use them as examples of particular ASP.NET techniques. Who is this book for? This book is for developers who Use ASP.NET and C# Use Visual Studio .NET Professional or above, or Visual C# .NET Standard Want to build content-based websites

Beginning Web Development, Silverlight, and ASP.NET AJAX

Beginning Web Development, Silverlight, and ASP.NET AJAX

Author: Laurence Moroney

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781430205821

Category: Computers

Page: 427

View: 409

There has been a huge surge in interest in ‘Web 2.0’ technologies over the last couple of years. Microsoft’s contribution to this area has been the ASP.NET AJAX and Silverlight technologies, coupled to a supporting framework of ancillary tools. This book aims to be a no nonsense introduction to these technologies for the rapidly growing number of people who are realizing that they need Microsoft-based ‘Web 2.0’ skills on their CV. It gives people a grounding in the core concepts of the technologies and shows how they can be used together to produce the results that people need. The author has unparalleled experience of introducing people to these technologies.

Professional ASP.NET 2.0

Professional ASP.NET 2.0

Author: Bill Evjen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780764576102

Category: Computers

Page: 1253

View: 638

Provides information on the features and functions of ASP.NET 2.0, covering such topics as Web server controls, working with Master Pages, themes and skins, data binding, working with XML, and caching.

Programming ASP.NET

Programming ASP.NET

Author: Jesse Liberty

Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."

ISBN: 9780596009168

Category: Computers

Page: 956

View: 320

"Updated for ASP.NET 2.0, C# 2.0, and Visual Studio 2005"--Cover.

Professional SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development

Professional SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development

Author: Andrew Connell

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470396315

Category: Computers

Page: 458

View: 193

This book is for SharePoint developers working with Publishing sites—sites that leverage MOSS 2007 WCM capabilities. It does not cover administrative topics in any great detail, only where absolutely necessary. For the most part, no two chapters are dependent upon each other, so each chapter can be used as a reference independently of the others. Readers need not have any development experience with SharePoint, but they should have some experience with and a working knowledge of ASP.NET 2.0 development practices and topics. Of course, it is beneficial if the reader does have at least a working knowledge of what SharePoint is all about. This book covers MOSS 2007 WCM Publishing sites. You will find some chapters that seem to cover general WSS 3.0 topics, but everything is treated in the context of a Publishing site. While the chapters are arranged in a logical order, it is not necessary to read the book from cover to cover in a linear fashion. The following is a brief description of each chapter: Chapter 1, “Embarking on Web Content Management Projects”—This chapter explains what this book is all about, who the target audience is, and who will benefit most from the book. It also details what the reader needs in terms of a local development environment in order to implement the solutions. In addition, each of the subsequent chapters is explained very briefly to provide an overview and clarify how each chapter fits in. Chapter 2, “Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Development Primer”—This chapter covers the fundamentals of WSS, including definitions of terms such as farm, Web application, site collection, site, list, and document library, and the general architecture of WSS. Some basic object model techniques are demonstrated in this chapter. Chapter 3, “Overview of Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Web Content Management”—This chapter briefly explains each of the various components that make up MOSS. In addition ,while the book is development-focused, the “ABCs” of content-centric Internet sites is covered. Chapter 4, “SharePoint Features and the Solution Framework”—Both new to WSS 3.0, the SharePoint Feature and solution frameworks are covered in great detail in this chapter, as well as a process for automatically creating WSS solution packages on every project build. Chapter 5, “Minimal Publishing Site Definition”—Many users create new WCM sites by using the Publishing Portal template. Unfortunately, this adds quite a bit of unnecessary content to the site. This chapter picks apart the Publishing Portal template and Publishing Features and demonstrates how to create a minimal Publishing Portal template. Chapter 6, “Site Columns, Content Types, and Lists”—Three core components to every WSS 3.0 site—site columns, content types, and lists—are covered in this chapter. Chapter 7, “Master Pages and Page Layouts”—This chapter covers everything you need to know about creating, editing, and leveraging master pages and page layouts within Publishing sites. Chapter 8, “Navigation”—While WSS 3.0’s navigation is founded on the ASP.NET 2.0 navigation provider framework, there are a few SharePoint-specific topics, which are covered in this chapter. Chapter 9, “Accessibility”—If it’s not already, accessibility is becoming an increasingly important topic with regard to Web sites. This chapter explains the different levels of accessibility and discusses some techniques and tools developers can leverage to create sites for users with disabilities. Chapter 10, “Field Types and Field Controls”—Although it’s a WSS 3.0 concept, field types and field controls are covered in this chapter in the context of a Publishing site. This includes creating custom field types with custom values types and controls, as well as custom field controls that leverage existing field types. Chapter 11, “Web Parts”—This chapter covers creating custom Web Parts and some advanced topics related to custom Web Part development, such as Editor Parts, customizing the Verbs menu, and leveraging asynchronous programming techniques. This chapter also covers the three Publishing-specific Web Parts and some advanced customization and styling options of the Content Query Web Part. Chapter 12, “Leveraging Workflow”—The Windows Workflow Foundation, part of the .NET Framework 3.0, is fully leveraged by WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007. This chapter explains how to create custom workflows using Visual Studio and leveraging InfoPath Web-rendered forms. Chapter 13, “Search”—Every content-centric site needs a robust search offering. This chapter explains the different components of MOSS search, as well as many customization opportunities such as modifying the search results. Chapter 14, “Authoring Experience Extensibility”—While the authoring experience in Publishing sites is quite robust, at times developers need to extend this offering for specific content owner requirements. This chapter covers this, including customizing the Page Editing Toolbar and the Rich Text Editor HTML field control. Chapter 15, “Authentication and Authorization”—This chapter covers everything you need to know about the ASP.NET 2.0 authentication provider model SharePoint fully leverages. Chapter 16, “Implementing Sites with Multiple Languages and Devices”—This chapter covers the topic of maintaining sites that need to offer their content in multiple languages, as well as developing custom Web Parts that are multilingual aware. Chapter 17, “ContentDeployment”—A common request for larger content-centric Web sites is to have an internal authoring environment for content and then push the changed content out to a destination site, either in an organization’s DMZ or at a co-location facility. This chapter describes the content deployment capability in MOSS designed to handle such business requirements. Chapter 18, “Offline Authoring with Document Converters”—While MOSS 2007 Publishing sites offer a very robust Web-based content authoring experience, SharePoint provides a way to author content offline using tools such as Microsoft Word or InfoPath. This chapter explains what you need to know about configuring the document converter infrastructure and creating custom document converters. Chapter 19, “Performance Tips, Tricks, and Traps”—Internet-facing content-centric sites built on the SharePoint platform need to be designed and developed with performance in mind. This chapter provides numerous guidelines and tips that developers can leverage to create the most performant sites. Chapter 20, “Incorporating ASP.NET 2.0 Applications”—SharePoint (both WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007) is not an end-to-end solution but an application platform. While it provides a significant amount of functionality out of the box, developers can leverage this platform in building custom applications. This chapter discusses some techniques that can be used for such tasks. One approach book takes is not to dwell on the more common minutia of creating projects in Visual Studio, or the huge topics of core Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0 development or SharePoint administration. These topics warrant their own books, and throughout this book you will find recommended resources for these topics. This book does cover some subjects that have their roots in WSS, but they are presented within the context of a Publishing site. Finally, this book approaches every topic of implementation from the perspective of SharePoint customization and SharePoint development. While one implementation may seem to be better than the other, it takes no position on either, as the goal is to simply educate readers about the advantages and disadvantages of each. These concepts are defined in Chapter 2, “Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Development Primer.” This book is also available as part of the 4-book SharePoint 2007 Wrox Box (ISBN: 0470431946) with these 4 books: Professional SharePoint 2007 Development (ISBN: 0470117567) Real World SharePoint 2007 (ISBN: 0470168358) Professional Microsoft SharePoint 2007 Design (ISBN: 047028580X) Professional SharePoint 2007 Web Content Management Development (ISBN: 0470224754)

Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Databases

Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Databases

Author: Thiru Thangarathinam

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470135334

Category: Computers

Page: 531

View: 159

Now you can uncover the secrets behind accessing and retrieving data from a wide range of data sources such as SQL Server and XML sources. This book walks you through the array of ADO.NET 2.0 features and clearly shows you how they can be used to develop database-driven web applications in ASP.NET. You’ll first gain an in-depth understanding of the data source controls that enable data binding in the ASP.NET platform. Next you’ll uncover the advanced features of ASP.NET, including site navigation, implementing sorting and paging, and editing data in templates. You’ll then focus on designing transactions in ADO.NET 2.0, displaying data, and utilizing SQL Server 2005 XML. Throughout the chapters, you’ll find examples and source code (with ASP.NET examples written in C#) that you can integrate into your applications. This will enable you to leverage ADO.NET and ASP.NET features so you can easily create a scalable N-Tier web site. Some of the topics covered include: ASP.NET 2.0 Data Controls Data Binding with the SqlDataSource Control, XML Data, and Objects Selecting, Updating, Deleting Records Programmatically Creating and Adding Controls XSL Transformations with XmlDataSource Control Using Generics with the ObjectDataSource Control ASP.NET 2.0 Site Navigation including Implementing Breadcrumbs and Binding to Other Controls Displaying and Editing Data Using Templates GridView Sorting and Paging Advanced Data Source and Data-Bound Controls including Master/Detail Display, Displaying Images from a Database, and Using Themes with Data Bound Controls Transactions in .NET and Interoperability between System.Transactions and System.EnterpriseServices Advanced ADO.NET for ASP.NET Data Display including DataSet Object, ADO.NET 2.0 DataTable, and Provider-Independent Data Access Code Accessing Data from SQL Server 2005 including CLR in SQL Server 2005, New XML Features in SQL Server 2005, and Working with XML Data-Typed Columns from ADO.NET N-Tier Architecture with ASP.NET 2.0 and SQL Server 2005 Best Practices for Creating ASP.NET Web Sites including Implementation of CLR Stored Procedures and Implementation of Layers

Professional ASP.NET 3.5 SP1 Edition

Professional ASP.NET 3.5 SP1 Edition

Author: Bill Evjen

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118058688

Category: Computers

Page: 1856

View: 651

Professional ASP.NET 3.5 SP1 In C# and VB ASP.NET 3.5 brings the power of Visual Studio 2008 along with the multitude of language improvements in C# 2008 and Visual Basic 2008 as well as powerful new technology called LINQ, together with the ASP.NET 2.0 Framework you already know and love. Packed with valuable coverage of ASP.NET 3.5 SP1, this essential resource offers both C# and VB examples throughout the book, and shares new and updated content on the ADO.NET Entity Framework, ADO.NET Dynamic Data, and ADO.NET Data Services. While ASP.NET 3.5 boasts server controls like the ListView and the incredibly flexible GridView, it also includes advancements in AJAX technology combined with JavaScript debugging features in Visual Studio 2008. With this book, a stellar author team covers the new controls in the AJAX toolbox, the back button history, and script combining, and they also examine the new capabilities of WCF including changes to DataContractSerializer. In addition, the accompanying CD-ROM features the entire book in PDF format. What you will learn from this book The concepts underlying the server control and its pivotal role in ASP.NET development How to create templated ASP.NET pages using the master page feature How to work with data from enterprise databases including SQL Server Ways to debug, package, and deploy ASP.NET applications, monitor their health and performance, and handle errors How to retrieve, update, and delete data quickly and logically using LINQ with side-by-side examples comparing LINQ to existing techniques Ways to localize your web site in multiple languages for a world-wide audience Methods for adding AJAX capabilities to your ASP.NET applications The many benefits of the new data access additions Ways to use and extend the Provider Model for accessing data stores, processes, and more What freeware tools you need in Scott Hanselman's ASP.NET Ultimate Developer Tools appendix Who this book is for This book is for programmers and developers who are looking to make the transition to ASP.NET 3.5 SP1 with Visual Studio 2008 and either C# 3.0 (2008) or Visual Basic 9 (2008). CD-ROM includes the full book in PDF format and a selection of 7 Wrox Blox mini e-books including: Internet Explorer 8 and Its Impact on Your ASP.NET Web Sites Jumping from ASP.NET to Silverlight 2 Leverage LINQ in ASP.NET 3.5 Projects Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.

Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 in C# 2005

Beginning ASP.NET 2.0 in C# 2005

Author: Matthew MacDonald

Publisher: Apress

ISBN: 9781430201212

Category: Computers

Page: 1184

View: 419

* Steers reader through the spectrum of ASP.NET web programming concepts. * Developers and programmers can learn language and theory simultaneously. * Professional ASP.NET developers and wannabes can master the core techniques to develop good coding practices to enhance their long-term skill set.

Professional ASP.NET 3.5 Security, Membership, and Role Management with C# and VB

Professional ASP.NET 3.5 Security, Membership, and Role Management with C# and VB

Author: Bilal Haidar

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780470442944

Category: Computers

Page: 941

View: 482

This book is intended for developers who are already familiar with and have a solid understanding of ASP.NET 1.1 and ASP.NET 2.0 security concepts, especially in the areas of forms authentication, page security, and website authorization. It assumes that you have a good understanding of the general functionality of Membership and Role Manager. It is also assumes that you have some familiarity working with ASP.NET AJAX 3.5. The book aims to “peel back the covers” of various ASP.NET security features so you can gain a deeper understanding of the security options available to you. Explaining the new IIS 7.0 and its Integrated mode of execution is also included in the book. This book was written using the .NET 3.5 Framework along with the .NET Framework SPI on both Windows Sever 2008 and Windows Vista. The sample code in the book has been verified to work with .NET 3.5 Framework and .NET 3.5 Framework SPI on Windows Vista. To run all of the samples in the book you will need the following: Windows Server 2008 or Windows Vista Internet Information Services 7.0 (IIS 7.0) Visual Studio 2008 RTM Either SQL Server 2000 or SQL Server 2005 A Window’s Sever 2008 domain running at Windows Server 2008 functional level This book covers many topics and areas in ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET 3.5. It first introduces Internet Information Services 7.0 (IIS 7.0). It goes on to explain in detail the new IIS 7.0 Integrated mode of execution. Next, detailed coverage of how security is applied when the ASP.NET application starts up and when a request is processed in the newly introduced integrated request-processing pipeline is discussed. After this, the book branches out and begins to cover security information for features such as trust levels, forms authentication, page security, and session state. This will show you how you can benefit from the IIS 7.0 Integrated mode to make better use of ASP.NET features. You will also gain an understanding of the lesser known security features in ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET 3.5. In chapter 10 the book changes direction and addresses two security services in ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET 3.5: Membership and Role Manager. You will learn about the provider model that underlies each of these features. The internals of the feature are also discussed, as well as the SQL- and Active Directory-based providers included with them. The discussion of ASP.NET features is continued in chapter 17, which is dedicated to the ASP.NET AJAX 3.5 security integration with ASP.NET 3.5; it will also show how to authenticate and authorize users with JavaScript code written from the client-side. The book closes with a chapter about the best practices ASP.Net developers should follow to protect their applications from attack. Chapter 1 starts by refreshing ideas on application pools and worker processes. It later gets into the major components that make up IIS 7.0. Chapter 2 begins by introducing the advantages of the IIS 7.0 and ASP.NET integrated mode. Chapter 3 gives you a walkthrough of the security processing that both IIS 7.0 and ASP.NET perform in the integrated/unified request-processing pipeline. Chapter 4 defines what an ASP.NET trust level is and how ASP.NET trust levels work to provide secure environments for running web applications. Chapter 5 covers the security features in the 2.0 and 3.5 Frameworks’ configuration systems. Chapter 6 explains ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET 3.5 features for forms authentication. Chapter 7 demonstrates using IIS 7.0 wildcard mappings and ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET 3.5 support for wildcard mappings to share authentication and authorization information with Classic ASP applications. Chapter 8 covers security features and guidance for session state. Chapter 9 describes some lesser known page security features from ASP.NET 1.1 and describes how ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET 3.5 options for securing viewstate and postback events. Chapter 10 gives you an architectural overview of the provider model in both ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET 3.5. Chapter 11 talks about the Membership feature in ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET 3.5 Chapter 12 delves into both the SqlMembershipProvider as well as general database design assumptions that are included in all of ASP.NET 2.0’s and ASP.NET 3.5’s SQL-based features. Chapter 13 covers other membership provider that ships in ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET 3.5-ActiveDirectoryMembershipProvider. Chapter 14 describes the Role Manager feature that provides built-in authorization support for ASP.NET 2.0 and ASP.NET 3.5. Chapter 15 discusses the SqlRoleProvider and its underlying SQL schema. Chapter 16 covers the AuthorizationStoreRoleProvider, which is a provider that maps Role Manager functionality to the Authorization Manager. Chapter 17 discusses how ASP.NET AJAX 3.5 integrates with ASP.NET 3.5 Membership and Role management features through newly introduced web services. Chapter 18 covers the best practices that can be followed to secure ASP.NET applications. Bilal Haidar has authored several online articles for www.aspalliance.com, www.code-magazine.com, and www.aspnetpro.com. He is one of the top posters at the ASP.NET forums. He has been a Microsoft MVP in ASP.NET since 2004 and is also a Microsoft certified trainer. Currently, Bilal works as a senior developer for Consolidated Contractors Company (CCC), whose headquarters are based in Athens, Greece. Stefan Schackow, the previous author of this book, is a Program Manager on the Web Platform and Tools Team at Microsoft. He worked on the new application services stack in Visual Studio 2005 and owned the Membership, Role Manager, Profile, Personalization, and Site Navigation features in ASP.NET 2.0. Currently he is working on Silverlight for Microsoft. Stefan is a frequent speaker at Microsoft developer conferences.