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

By Alex et al. Homer

During this ebook, 3 world-class ASP.NET specialists current a start-to-finish, developer-focused preview of Microsoft's most modern internet improvement leap forward: ASP.NET 2.0. the 1st publication to completely replicate the recent ASP.NET 2.0 Beta, ASP.NET v. 2.0-The Beta model identifies robust new most sensible practices for ASP.NET improvement. it is going to offer you a jumpstart in growing new functions, optimizing their functionality, extending them to cellular environments, bettering their accessibility, and simplifying their deployment and management.Drawing on their unsurpassed adventure and unfettered entry to Microsoft's ASP.NET improvement staff, the authors conceal each major platform enhancement. utilizing reasonable code examples, they light up advancements in info entry, user-interface improvement, portals, personalization, defense, and plenty of different components.

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For a standard Web browser the image is rendered as expected, but for a Wireless Access Protocol (WAP) phone, the image is rendered as a Wireless Bitmap (WBMP). This removes any need for the developer to specifically target images to browser types. Images are covered in Chapter 10. Using Data on Your Site It's probably no exaggeration to say that most, if not all, Web sites use some form of data to drive them. Whether XML files, a database, or another dynamic form of storage, the data allows a site to respond to the user and to be up-to-date.

This reduces the amount of code required as well as the need for specialist knowledge about mobile platforms. This might seem relatively unimportant while the number of sites that target mobile browsers is small, but this is bound to increase as the features of small devices improve and prices drop. NET server controls. All controls are now built on a control adapter architecture, where there is an adapter for each specific device. The adapters have knowledge of each device and perform the rendering appropriate for its markup language and screen size.

Data source controls provide a consistent and extensible method for declaratively accessing data from Web pages. 0 nears release, along with third-party data sources. The use of data controls is simple, as shown below. ;database=pubs;Trusted_Connection=True" SelectCommand="SELECT * FROM authors"/> 44 45 This just encapsulates the code everyone used to put in the Page_Load event it connects to the database, fetches the data, and binds the grid. The contents of the SelectCommand can be a stored procedure as well as a SQL command, thus preserving the separation of data access from the page itself.

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