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By Matthew MacDonald

Starting ASP.NET 2.0 in C# 2005: From amateur to specialist steers you thru the maze of ASP.NET net programming suggestions. you'll research language and thought concurrently, learning the middle recommendations essential to enhance solid coding practices and improve your ability set.This e-book presents thorough assurance of ASP.NET, guiding you from commencing to complicated concepts, corresponding to querying databases from inside an internet web page and performance-tuning your web site. you can find information for top practices and entire discussions of key database and XML principles.The ebook additionally emphasizes the worthwhile coding recommendations of item orientation and code-behind, for you to provide help to construct real-world web pages rather than simply scraping via with simplified coding practices. by the point you end this publication, you've gotten mastered the center strategies necessary to specialist ASP.NET builders.

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NET provides different authentication systems for dealing with users. You can write your own custom logic to verify user names and passwords, or you can use existing Windows account information on your web server. In Chapter 19, you’ll learn about a new model that extends the basic authentication system with prebuilt security controls and objects that automate common tasks. NET to create and manage a database with user information automatically. Finally, Chapter 20 deals with another add-on—the profiles model that lets you store information for each user automatically, without writing any database code.

Java, C, and C# are all examples of case-sensitive languages. NET is not. This difference can frustrate former VB programmers who don’t realize that keywords, variables, and functions must be entered with the proper case. For example, if you try to create a conditional statement by entering If instead of if, your code will not be recognized, and the compiler will flag it with an error when you try to build your application. C# also has a definite preference for lowercase words. Keywords—such as if, for, foreach, while, typeof, and so on—are always written in lowercase letters.

Exe). NET handle it automatically when a web page is requested, as you’ll learn in Chapter 5. C# Language Basics New C# programmers are sometimes intimidated by the quirky syntax of the language, which includes special characters such as semicolons (;), curly braces {}, and backward slashes (\). Fortunately, once you get accustomed to C#, these details will quickly melt into the background. In the following sections, you’ll learn about four general principles you need to know about C# before you learn any other concepts.

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