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"This well-conceived and well-written book has extensive knowledge and priceless experience overflowing [ Team LiB ] from its pages It captures the true essence of ASPNET and walks the reader to a high level of technical and architectural skill"-J Fred Maples, Director of Software Engineering, NASDAQcom Essential ASPNET with Examples in C# is the C# programmer's definitive reference for ASPNET through version 11 It provides experienced programmers with the information needed to fully understand the technology, and is a clear guide to using ASPNET to build robust and well architected Web applications This book begins with a discussion of the rationale behind the design of ASPNET and an introduction to how it builds on top of the NET framework Subsequent chapters explore the host of new features in ASPNET, including the server-side compilation model, code-behind classes, server-side controls, form validation, the data binding model, and custom control development Throughout the book, working examples illustrate best practices for building Web-based applications in C# Among the topics explored in depth are:
ASPNET architecture Web forms Configuration HTTP pipeline Diagnostics and error handling Validation Data binding Custom controls Caching State management
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Figure 1-1:High-Level Architecture of ASPNET Figure 1-2:ASPNET Page Type Figure 1-3:Server-Side Code Placement in Page Compilation Figure 1-4:Class Hierarchy Created Using Code-Behind Figure 1-5:Shadow Copy Mechanism Used by ASPNET
Figure 1-6:Dynamic Base Directory Used by ASPNET
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Figure 2-2:Conceptual Model for Web Forms Applications
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Pub Date : February 11, 2003 Figure 2-3:Client-Server Interaction with Web Forms ISBN : 0-201-76040-1 Pages Figure 2-4:Accumulator Page Request Sequence : 432
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Figure 5-4:Performance Monitor Figure 5-5:Attaching a Debugger to the ASPNET Worker Process Figure 5-6:Default ASPNET Display for HTTP 404 File-Not-Found Error Figure 5-7:Default ASPNET Display for Unhandled Exceptions Figure 6-1:Sample Form with Validation Errors Figure 6-2:Validation Control Rendering Figure 6-3:Validation Control Architecture Figure 6-4:Server-Side Validation During Post-Back