Microsoft® Visual Web Developer(TM) 2008 Express Edition Step by Step (Step by Step (Microsoft

Microsoft® Visual Web Developer(TM) 2008 Express Edition Step by Step (Step by Step (Microsoft
Authors
Eric Griffin
ISBN
0735626065
Published
19 Nov 2008
Purchase online
amazon.com

Teach yourself Visual Web Developer 2008—one step at a time. Ideal for beginning developers who want to design modern, dynamic Web sites, this practical tutorial delivers hands-on guidance for creating data-driven pages that integrate Web services and ASP.NET controls.Discover how to: *Design a sample Web portal and configure site security *Use Master Pages to create a consistent look and feel *Attach a style sheet to an ASP.NET page and apply styles

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Teach yourself Visual Web Developer 2008—one step at a time. Ideal for beginning developers who want to design modern, dynamic Web sites, this practical tutorial delivers hands-on guidance for creating data-driven pages that integrate Web services and ASP.NET controls.

Discover how to:

  • Design a sample Web portal and configure site security
  • Use Master Pages to create a consistent look and feel
  • Attach a style sheet to an ASP.NET page and apply styles
  • Use server controls for greater flexibility and maintainability
  • Incorporate HTML and JavaScript editing capabilities
  • Create a database and design a user interface to manage it
  • Construct a Web service and use it in an ASP.NET page
  • Embed Microsoft Popfly™ mashups—and integrate APIs and data—without coding

CD features:

  • Practice exercises and code samples
  • Fully searchable eBook

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