ASP.NET is about making you as productive as possible when building fast and secure web applications. Each release of ASP.NET gets better and removes a lot of the tedious code that you previously needed to put in place, making common ASP.NET tasks easier. With this book, an unparalleled team of authors walks you through the full breadth of ASP.NET and the new and exciting capabilities of ASP.NET 4. The authors also show you how to maximize the abundance of features that ASP.NET offers to make your development process smoother and more efficient.
Professional ASP.NET 4:
Demonstrates ASP.NET built-in systems such as the membership and role management systems
Covers everything you need to know about working with and manipulating data
Discusses the plethora of server controls that are at your disposal
Explores new ways to build ASP.NET, such as working with ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET AJAX
Examines the full life cycle of ASP.NET, including debugging and error handling, HTTP modules, the provider model, and more
Features both printed and downloadable C# and VB code examples
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Scott Hanselman is a principal program manager lead working in the Server and Tools Online Division at Microsoft. He has a popular blog and weekly podcast at www.computerzen.com and speaks worldwide on ASP.NET.
Devin Rader works at Infragistics where he focuses on delivering great experiences to developers using their controls. He's also a former INETA board member.
The book contains many important tips, examples, and details of resources with examples in C # and Vb.net. A complete book, one of my best purchases ever.Published 2 months ago by Alan Jorge Olivera Silva
It's kind of bulky for a book like this. i prefer something more simplify. Need more examples than just plain theory.
It is like reading a bible with chapters in there. Read more
Bought because stated had MVC code , Has almost nothing on MVC
wish I could get my money back from order
What I really like about this tome (1500 pages) is the time the authors take in explaining the stuff. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Narahari Mahadevan
This book should be titled ASP.NET 4 in VB (and loosely translated to C#). It looks like this book was written originally for VB programmers, then edited to include C#. Read morePublished 19 months ago by kamasutah
This book is a good reference book. It seems like a duplication from ASP.NET 2.0 book. I would recommend getting it for the new information in this book for .NET 4.0.Published 20 months ago by James D. Perkins
This is a great book. I have learned many new techniques from it and I have only owned it for a month. I was able to put it to use immediately. Read morePublished on June 5, 2012 by Kim
I think this book makes a good explanation what does the .Net framework do and how it works.
Subjects fill the large area of . Read more
If i wanted to read MSDN, i would have read MSDN.
I don't need a book which copies MSDN into a text book.
its bad, its unproductive and its not teaching. Read more