placing your order...Don't refresh or navigate away from the page.
A must for every ASP.NET developer using Web Parts.
ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts in Action is packed with annotated code, diagrams, and crystal-clear discussions. You'll develop a sample project from design to deployment, adding content zones, personalization, and a custom look-and-feel. Since any website is invariably a work-in-progress, you'll appreciate learning how to upgrade your portals on the fly. Along the way you'll pick up handy code instrumentation techniques and a few tricks to help your portals manage themselves. As an added bonus, the book introduces the Microsoft Ajax Library ("Atlas") and shows how you can add Ajax to a web part. You'll even create a Live.com gadget.
The static Web is going out of style. Its click-and-wait user experience is giving way to dynamic personalized content and intuitive interactions. With ASP 2.0, a web developer can compose a page out of separate working parts "Web Parts" that independently communicate with the server to produce rich interactive portals like Yahoo!, Google/ig, and Live.com. The new Web Parts API makes it easy to centrally manage a portal's parts.
Darren Neimke has been developing software for over 10 years and has been focused on .NET Technologies since the earliest beta releases in 2000. He has designed and developed a wide range of solutions using .NET, with a particular focus on ASP.NET. Darren has a passion for community involvement and is a leader in local User Groups in his native Australia. He participates actively in a number of online communities, including the prestigious ASP Insiders group. Darren has a background in financial accounting and budgeting, and has achieved Microsoft Certification M.C.A.D. status. In 2004, he was awarded MVP status recognizing his outstanding achievements in ASP.NET technology and community support.
FREE domestic shipping on orders of three or more print books
Squeezes the full potential out of ASP.NET Web Parts.
Great book, great author, great style--there's nothing even close.
Impressive detail. Well done!
Brisk and to the point.
geekle is based on a wordle clone.