Ah, the wide world of the Web. You just can’t do business without a Web site, and the more compelling and interactive it is, the better. In a competitive environment, keeping your Web site fresh and exciting can have a real effect on your bottom line.If you’re a corporate Web site developer or a small business owner responsible for maintaining your own site, ASP.NET is the technology that can give you that competitive edge.
Debugging ASP.NET focuses on the various tools, techniques, and best practices associated with debugging ASP.NET web applications under Microsoft's new .NET platform. Brief descriptions of the problems with debugging previous versions of ASP are covered, as well as how the new features of ASP.NET can be exploited to their fullest to find and eliminate bugs quickly and easily. The book introduces changes to the code structure paradigm as implemented in the .NET platform, and how to structure ASP.
by Rocky Lhotka, Richard Case, Whitney Hankison, Billy S. Hollis, Bill Sheldon, John Roth, Bill Forgey, Richard Blair, Scott Short, Fred Barwell, Jonathan Crossland, Matthew Reynolds, Tim McCarthy, Jan Narkiewicz, Rama Ramachandran, Bill Sempf, Wrox
This book is primarily aimed at experienced Visual Basic developers who want to make the transition to VB.NET. It will also be of benefit to programmers with a good grounding in VB.NET who want to step up to a professional level.
by Chris Ullman, Ollie Cornes, Juan T. Libre, Chris Goode, Wrox Press
ASP.NET is the latest incarnation of Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP) - a powerful server-based technology, designed to create dynamic and interactive HTML pages for your Web site, or corporate intranet. ASP.NET also constitutes a core element in Microsoft's .NET vision, providing web-based access to an immensely powerful new development environment, .NET; in this respect alone, it's a great leap ahead of all previous versions of ASP.
by Dave Sussman, Alex Homer, Rob Howard, Karli Watson, Brian Francis, Richard Anderson, Wrox
If you're currently developing with ASP 2.0 or 3.0, and are considering the implications of the .NET Framework, then this book is for you. It is aimed at experienced ASP developers who are working at the leading edge, rather than the casual ASP developer or beginner.