© 2006

Pro ASP.NET 2.0 in VB 2005

  • Editors
  • Laurence Moroney
  • Matthew MacDonald

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxxvi
  2. Core Concepts

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Pages 3-21
    3. Pages 23-62
    4. Pages 63-101
    5. Pages 103-149
    6. Pages 151-193
    7. Pages 195-226
  3. Data Access

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 227-227
    2. Pages 229-263
    3. Pages 295-334
    4. Pages 335-389
    5. Pages 391-424
    6. XML
      Pages 425-468
    7. Pages 469-498
  4. Building ASP.NET Websites

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 499-499
    2. Pages 501-521
    3. Pages 523-552
    4. Pages 553-597

About this book


With its added improvements, ASP.NET 2.0 is becoming the standard technology for creating dynamic web pages on the Windows platform. This new technology is faster to code than the previous version, and offers a more powerful set of tools including MasterPages and Generics. It also runs more quickly when deployed, so that customers enjoy a much better user experience. It is now used by organizations across the board, from start-up companies to blue-chip multinational corporations.

Pro ASP.NET 2.0 in VB 2005 allows on the heels of Apress well-regarded Pro ASP.NET 1.1 in VB .NET. This updated version shares the best-practices coverage and pragmatic style of its predecessor. Author Laurence Moroney covers ASP.NET thoroughly—from 2.0 innovations to crossover features from 1.1. This book takes a broad-based approach, explaining how old and new features interrelate. This book also provides you with the solid understanding you need to code real applications.


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About the authors

Laurence Moroney is the director of technology evangelism at Mainsoft, the cross-platform development company. He has over 10 years in software development and architecture, specializing in interoperability, security and performance in such diverse industries as casinos, jails, the U.S. Border Patrol, airports, professional soccer teams and financial services. He has written several books on computing, including some on Web Services Security, ASP.NET and Java/.NET interoperability, as well as dozens of articles on various technology issues. He lives in Sammamish, Washington with his wife, Rebecca, and children, Claudia and Christopher. His blog is at, where you can find lots of Atlas and other development resources.

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