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ASP.NET For Dummies

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ASP.NET For Dummies

ASP.NET For Dummies

408 pages, parution le 15/11/2001

Résumé

Active Server Pages.NET For Dummies makes it easy for beginners to begin creating dynamic, data-driven web applications with ASP.NET. This is the perfect guide for web designers and HTML coders who are ready to take their web site to the next level and begin building web applications on the .NET Platform. Veteran ASP developers and VB programmers will benefit both from the expert advice provided and a CD-ROM that contains source code, examples and 3rd party tools and software. This book is a great jump-start to the new ASP.NET technologies. You will also appreciate -- expert author -- Bill Hatfield's coverage of topics that include:
  • Exploring Visual Basic Essentials
  • Understanding Objects
  • Building User Interfaces
  • Killing Bugs and Handling Errors
  • Accessing databases
  • Handling User Input
  • And more...
Contents

Introduction

I Know Who You Are . . .
About ASP.NET
About ASP.NET For Dummies
How This Book Is Organized
Part I: Getting Started
Part II: Speaking the Language
Part III: Classy Objects and Methodical Properties
Part IV: Creating Interactive Web Applications
Part V: Casting a Wider ASP.NET
Part VI: Tapping the Database
Part VII: Really Cool ASP.NET Applications
Part VIII: The Part of Tens
Bonus Part: Napoleon (Get It?) -- On the CD
On the CD
How to Use This Book
ASP Me, I Might . . .
Help! It Doesn't Work!
Conventions Used In This Book
Icons Used In This Book
Where to Go From Here
Part I: Getting Started
Chapter 1: ASP.NET -- Let's Do It!
Everything You Need to Get Started
Watch Your Language!
Where's the Development Environment?
Preparing to Develop and Test Your ASP.NET Pages
Deciding on an ASP.NET Web server
Setting up the environment
Saving your pages: The .aspx extension
Testing your pages
Getting Your ASP in Gear: Creating Your First ASP.NET Page
How Does It Work?
Modifying, Retesting, and Creating New Pages, and Converting Old Pages
Chapter 2: Putting ASP.NET in Its Place
Boring, Dumb, Static HTML
Forms and CGI
Server APIs
Lofty ASPirations
ASP: Good, But Not Perfect
The New ASP: ASP.NET
The Bigger Picture: Microsoft's .NET Framework
ASP, as Easy as 1, 2, 3
How Does ASP.NET Differ from Client-Side Technologies?
Part II: Speaking the Language
Chapter 3: VB.NET Essentials: Juggling Information and Firing Off Functions
Getting Started with Programming
What is a programming language?
Compiling and running
The ASP.NET Process
Power -- In Time . . .
Delimiters -- Keeping Your Tags and Your Code Apart
The ASP.NET Page Header
Creating and Using Variables
Making your own variables with objects you can find around the house
Displaying variable values
Can you use a variable you didn't create?
Forcing the point
She's not my data type
Don't string me along . . .
Give it a value when you create it
Cantankerous Constants
Keep Your Comments to Yourself
Understanding How Functions Function
Getting a date
Let the arguments commence!
Rolling Dice and Cutting Cards -- Using Functions in Formulas with Rnd and Int
More Common Functions
Playing with string
If you wanna date, I got the time . . .
Chapter 4: VB.NET Essentials: Asking Questions and Jumping Through Loops
Decisions, Decisions, Decisions: Using If...Then
IF you want cool Web pages, THEN use conditionals
Using Boolean variables with conditions
Inequalities: A fact of life
Creating a compound If...Then
Lies! All lies! Or, what to do if it isn't true
Handling multiple conditions
Developing your nesting instincts
Get Off My Case!
A simple case
A tougher case
When Should You Use Select Case Instead of If...Then...ElseIf?
Updating Your Site -- Automagically!
Loop the Loop
Counting with For...Next
Watch where you Step
Nesting loops
Doobee-Doobee-Do...Loop
Exit, stage left
Arrays: Information Juggling Revisited
Creating and using arrays
Using For Each...Next with arrays
Chapter 5: Divide and Conquer: Structured Programming
Wrestling with Monolithic Applications
Simplifying Your Life: Structured Programming and Functions
Giving Your Functions a Place to Live: The Script Tag
Creating Functions
Calling Functions
Opening Arguments
Functions in All Shapes and Sizes
Creating and Using Subroutines
Making a Quick Exit
Oh! The Places Your Variables Will Go . . .
Three places to create variables
Two places you can use variables
What does it all mean?
Part III: Classy Objects and Methodical Properties
Chapter 6: OOPs -- No Mistake Here!
A Real-World Example: My Car
Oh, Great Master, What's the Meaning of This Parable?
Programming Objects
Creating a Class
Using the Class to Make an Object
Using the Properties and Methods in an Object
Creating Multiple Instances
Jargon Watch
Get Out! This is Private Property
Objects Inside of Objects Inside of . . .
But, Really, So What?
Chapter 7: Cool Stuff You Can Do With ASP.NET Objects
ArrayList: The Super, Handy-Dandy, Array-Type Thingy
Working over my friends
Tell me more!
There's Nothing Illegal about the HashTable
Hashing out a dictionary with a HashTable
Directly adding and changing elements
Tell me more!
Using Automatically Created Objects
The Input and Output Objects: Request and Response
The scribe: Response.Write
Web roulette with Response.Redirect
Request.QueryString goes long for the pass
Request.Browser: Forms? Tables? KitchenSink?
Just one more small request
Application and Session: More Variable Scope Options
The application versus the session
Variable scope review
It's a bird. It's a plane. No, it's a super-global Session variable!
Even-more-super Application variables
What's the difference?
Do Application and Session objects work like a HashTable?
Part IV: Creating Interactive Web Applications
Chapter 8: Interfacing With Your Users
HTML Forms? Forget It . . .
Examining Web Forms and Server Controls
A simple form
Capturing events and changing properties
If You Were a Dog: In action
Manipulating Server Control Properties
Changing properties in code and in the tag
Using enumeration properties to assign values
Using enumeration object methods
Working with sub-object properties
Chapter 9: Turn the Page
Page Me!
The problem: Initializing with a function
The solution: The Page_Load event
Page_Load: First time or every time?
Server Round-Trips Make Your Page's Head Spin
A puzzling example: The no-count counter
Examining the page
The answer to the mystery
ViewState to the rescue
An easier way . . .
Chapter 10: Basic Server Controls: Labels, Textboxes, and Buttons
Don't Label Me!
A splash of color
A border dispute
The font of youth
Here comes crazy label!
Sizing up your label with Height and Width
ToolTip: Don't run with scissors!
Enabled and Visible
Shadowboxing? No, Textboxing!
He's only half illiterate -- He's ReadOnly
Put TabIndex A in SlotIndex B
The many faces of TextMode
SingleLine size matters with MaxLength and Columns
Using a password textbox to create a login page
Multiple line textboxes
TextBox's TextChanged event and AutoPostBack property
Button, Button -- Who's Got the Button?
Chapter 11: Making a List Control (And Checking It Twice)
Checking for Checkboxes
A CheckBoxList example: Know Your Primes
A prime example
Common CheckBoxList members
The CheckBox control
Common CheckBox members
Radio for Help on Radio Buttons
A RadioButtonList example: More gazillionaire trivia
A RadioButton example: Notification options
Common RadioButtonList and RadioButton members
Your Kiss Is On My ListBox!
A ListBox example: The Personalize Your PC page
Common ListBox members
An Add/Remove/Clear example: The Grocery List page
Searching the grocery list with FindByText
Dropping in on the DropDownList
It's a listbox! No, it's a button!
A DropDownList example: Site navigation
Common DropDownList members
Chapter 12: Even More User Interface Goodies
A Few Image, Link, and Button Controls
Your image consultant
Click me -- I'm beautiful: ImageButton
A button disguised as a link: LinkButton
The hysterical HyperLink
Marking Time with the Calendar Control
A Calendar example: Unborn Baby Age Calculator
Common Calendar members
Rotating Banner Ads Made Easy
An AdRotator example
The XML AdvertisementFile
How it works
Other possibilities
Do It Yourself: User Controls
Creating a reusable page header
Using the page header
Rolling your own dice
Yacht. See?
Chapter 13: Getting It Right: Validating User Input
Validation -- The Old Way
Rethinking Validation: Validation Server Controls
Making Sure They Filled It In: RequiredFieldValidator
Using it with a TextBox
Using it with a DropDownList
Making Sure It's on the Mark: CompareValidator
Comparing with a value
Comparing with another control
Making Sure It's in the Ballpark: RangeValidator
Checking the range with two values
Checking the range with other controls
Validation -- The New Way!
Client Versus Server Validation
Chapter 14: Taking Validation to the Next Level
CustomValidator: The Mod Squad Buys Soda
A CustomValidator server subroutine
A CustomValidator client subroutine
CustomValidator: Lots of potential!
Getting the Formatting Right: RegularExpressionValidator
Displaying the Results: ValidationSummary
Manipulating Validation Controls from Code
Summary of Validation Controls and Properties
Part V: Casting a Wider ASP.NET
Chapter 15: Variables and Data Types: Preaching to the Converted
Meet the Players
Whole numbers
Numbers with a decimal point
Other elementary data types
Automatic Type Conversion -- Bad!
Your Conversion Function Arsenal
Standard conversion functions
The CType function
Other conversion functions
Be Strict: Spare the Rod, Spoil the Programmer
Chapter 16: Exploring the .NET Framework Class Library
The Great Organizer: Namespaces
Sending E-mail from Your ASP.NET Page
Okay, So Where's the Big Chart?
ASP.NET -- It's In There!
System Does Higher Math
System.IO Accesses Files on the Server
The power to create and the power to delete
Copying and moving files
The System.Web Makes Cookies
What's a cookie?
No, I mean, what is an Internet cookie?
Baking your own cookies
Getting your cookies and eating them, too
Chapter 17: Real-World Web Application Issues
What's a Web Application?
Identifying Your Web Application
The Global.asax File
Application and Session events
Global directives: @ Import
The Configuration File
The machine.config versus web.config
How does XML work?
The web.config file
Your own application settings in the web.config file
Part VI: Tapping the Database
Chapter 18: Accessing a Database with ADO.NET
Classy Classifieds
Meet the ADO.NET objects
Exotic objects, imported from ADO.NET
The Connection object
The Command object
The DataAdapter object
The DataSet object
Data Bound (and Gagged)
The DataGrid: Your Data's Bound to Show Up!
All Right! Let's Do It!
Getting the database
There's no place like home (click, click, click)
The Category page
Revisiting the DataGrid
Narrowing the list of columns
Adding the link
One last detail
Chapter 19: Updating the Database
More Examples from Classy Classifieds
Editing a Row
Presenting: EditAd.aspx
What a body!
Retrieving the row
Filling in the textboxes
Applying the user's changes to the database
Adding a New Row
Presenting: PlaceAd.aspx
What's changed?
Why do a GetAd(0)?
Adding the row
Deleting a Row
ADO.NET Quick-Reference
Part VII: Really Cool ASP.NET Applications
Chapter 20: A Quick Look at the Café Chat Room
The Café Entrance
The Chat Room's Primary Page
Who's here? Entering and leaving
Making conversation
Chapter 21: A Quick Look at Classy Classifieds
Your Classy Home
Pick Your Category
Devilish Details
Is It Really You?!?
Just a Quick Edit -- It Won't Hurt . . .
Delete! Delete -- Darn Spot!
Now Where Did I Put That Ad?
Part VIII: The Part of Tens
Chapter 22: The Ten Best Places to Get Answers
RTFM: Read the Flippin' Manual!
Books
Technical Journals
Newsgroups and ListServs
Web Sites
Microsoft Web Technical Support
Microsoft Telephone Support
ASP.NET Geeks
User Groups
Conferences
Microsoft Tech-Ed
Microsoft Professional Developers Conference (PDC)
VBits and VSLive!
ASP.NET Connections
Others
Chapter 23: The Ten Coolest Web Sites for ASP.NET Developers
Microsoft's ASP.NET
Microsoft's GotDotNet.com
The EdgeQuest Web Site
123ASPX.com Directory
ASPNG.com
ASPNextGen.com
DotNetWire.com
ASPFree.com
AngryCoder.com
IBuySpy.com

Appendix: About the CD System Requirements

Using the CD
What You'll Find on the CD
Bonus Part: Napoleon (Get It?) -- On the CD
Source code from the book
Demos, Shareware, and Freeware
Troubleshooting
Bonus Part: Napoleon (Get It?) -- On the CD-ROM CD
Bonus Chapter 1: Inside the Café Chat Room CD-1
Before You Start CD-1
What Techniques Does the Café Demonstrate? CD-2
The Blueprint for the Café CD-4
Sharing information between visitors CD-4
Updating the browsers with new information CD-4
Push! Push! CD-5
Pull! Pull! CD-5
The Café solution CD-5
Putting together the pieces CD-5
Building the Café, Brick-by-Brick CD-7
The Café Entrance: Default.aspx CD-7
Is the Café full? CD-8
Add the user to the Café CD-9
The Frame Page: Cafe.aspx CD-10
Speaking Your Mind: Say.aspx CD-12
Sharing in the Conversation: CafeConvo.aspx CD-13
Getting a Head Count: Users.aspx CD-15
Updating the current user CD-16
Looking for those who've moved on CD-17
Displaying the updated user list CD-18
Making It Better CD-19
Bonus Chapter 2: Inside Classy Classifieds CD-21
Before You Start CD-21
What Techniques Does Classy Demonstrate? CD-22
Why Classifieds? CD-23
Planning to Create Classy Classifieds CD-23
What classified ad categories should you use? CD-24
Asking the tough questions . . . CD-24
Exactly what will it do? CD-25
What pages do you need? CD-25
What technologies will you use? CD-26
A Word about Chapters 18 and 19 CD-27
Getting Ready CD-27
Home, Home on the Web: Default.aspx CD-28
The application and page banners CD-30
More links than you can shake a chain at! CD-30
Headers Up: Header.ascx CD-31
I Categorically Deny It: Category.aspx CD-34
Getting the ads from the database CD-35
Binding to the DataGrid CD-37
Why no ClassyAd? CD-38
Delegate the Detail: Detail.aspx CD-39
She's Got a ClassyAd.ascx CD-42
The ClassyAd properties CD-45
The GetAd method CD-46
The private PostErrors subroutine CD-48
The PlaceAd method CD-48
The private CopyToDS subroutine CD-49
The EditAd and DeleteAd methods CD-49
Authentication! Boo! CD-50
Confirmation Required: Confirm.aspx CD-51
The invisible ClassyAd CD-53
You'd forget your head if it wasn't tied on with ViewState CD-53
The Editor: EditAd.aspx CD-55
The body of Edit Ad CD-59
The Page_Load event CD-63
The Submit_Click event CD-64
Sold! Time to Delete: DelAd.aspx CD-66
Have You Seen This Ad? Search.aspx CD-69
Making It Better! CD-75
Bonus Chapter 3: Collecting Visitor Feedback with a Guestbook CD-77
Kicking It Off CD-77
Signing In CD-78
Viewing the Guestbook's Roster CD-81
A Guestbook Maintenance Page CD-82
Bonus Chapter 4: ASP.NET for Classic ASP Developers CD-85
Where to Begin? CD-85
To Migrate or Not To Migrate . . . CD-86
The Overview: What's New? CD-86
The Sequence of Events CD-87
Page Structure CD-87
User Interaction CD-89
Language Changes CD-90
Variable data types CD-91
New variable assignment syntax CD-92
Function and subroutine calls CD-92
Common function and subroutine name changes CD-93
Creating and working with objects CD-93
ASP Objects and the .NET Framework Class Library CD-94
Configuration CD-95
Classic ASP Developer's Roadmap to This Book CD-96
Bonus Chapter 5: A Crash Course in Database Basics CD-99
What's a DBMS? What's a Database? CD-99
Tables, Rows, and Columns CD-101
Primary Keys and Surrogate Keys CD-101
Relationships between Tables CD-102
Speaking Database-ese: SQL CD-103
Appendix

Caractéristiques techniques du livre "ASP.NET For Dummies"

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Éditeur(s) IDG
Auteur(s) Bill Hatfield
Parution 15/11/2001
Nb. de pages 408
Format 18,8 x 23,4
Couverture Broché
Poids 700g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780764508660

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