ASP.NET v.2.0 - the beta version by Alex et al. Homer

By Alex et al. Homer

During this publication, 3 world-class ASP.NET specialists current a start-to-finish, developer-focused preview of Microsoft's most modern internet improvement step forward: ASP.NET 2.0. the 1st e-book to completely mirror the recent ASP.NET 2.0 Beta, ASP.NET v. 2.0-The Beta model identifies robust new top practices for ASP.NET improvement. it's going to offer you a jumpstart in developing new functions, optimizing their functionality, extending them to cellular environments, enhancing their accessibility, and simplifying their deployment and management.Drawing on their unsurpassed adventure and unfettered entry to Microsoft's ASP.NET improvement group, the authors conceal each major platform enhancement. utilizing lifelike code examples, they remove darkness from advancements in facts entry, user-interface improvement, portals, personalization, safety, and plenty of different parts.

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0, Web Parts become the underlying technology for all Microsoft portal applications, providing a single easy-to-use, extensible framework. The concept revolves around two key sets of controls a set of zone controls and a range of different Web Part controls. , the colors, styles, and layout orientation), and the Web Parts identify the individual content areas or modules within each zone. There are different types of Web Part controls for different purposes, for example: • GenericWebPart, which is used to reference assemblies or user controls that contain the content that is normally visible on the page • A range of catalog parts, which display parts that are not currently on the page but are available to be added • A range of editor parts such as the AppearanceEditorPart and the LayoutEditorPart, which allow customization of the visible parts For example, consider an intranet site that needs a selection of areas of content, such as events and company information.

Thus you have to build into your site features to authenticate users. x, although you still had to write code. Security was created by picking your preferred security mechanism (most often Forms Authentication) and then adding controls to your page to provide the login details username, password, "remember me" checkbox, and so on. There was no built-in mechanism for storing personal details, so this was a roll-it-yourself affair. 0, the pain has been taken out of both areas. 2. 2. NET, but not with such simplicity.

Mobility is covered in Chapter 10. 0 there's been a fairly standard approach to Web site architecture. In general there has been a separation of business logic into separate assemblies, often in a separate directory with a make file. 0 and 2003 for this approach is fine since it provides the compilation step for you, but stand-alone tools (such as Web Matrix) don't, so you have to handcraft a batch file to make your assemblies. 0 provides automatic compilation for satellite code by supporting a code directory.

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