Adam Freeman, ‎Matthew MacDonald, ‎Mario Szpuszta – Pro ASP.NET 4.5 in C# (5th edition)
Published: 2013-07-10 | ISBN: 143024254X | PDF | 1228 pages | 15 MB


ASP.NET 4.5 remains Microsoft’s preferred technology for creating dynamic websites, providing developers with unrivaled power and flexibility.
Pro ASP.NET 4.5 in C# is the most complete reference to ASP.NET that you will find. This comprehensively revised fifth edition will teach you everything you need to know in order to create well-designed ASP.NET websites. Beginning with core concepts the book progresses steadily through key professional skills. You’ll be shown how to query databases in detail, consider the myriad applications of XML, and step through all the considerations you need to be aware of when securing your site from intruders. Finally, you’ll consider advanced topics such as using client-side validation, jQuery and Ajax.
By the time you have read this book you will have learned all the skills you need to use ASP.NET 4.5 with confidence. 
What you’ll learn
Understand why ASP.NET 4.5 is so special, what its fundamental principles are, the basics of Visual Studio, how ASP.NET controls are created and how they fit into ASP.NET pages, ultimately creating full applications. 
Become familiar with Web API , one of the biggest additions to ASP.NET 4.5, and understand how to use it and integrate it within your existing ASP.NET applications. 
Discover and the Entity Framework and how to perform data binding to in web applications. 
Learn the ASP.NET security features and how to best apply them. 
Examine in detail advanced user interface techniques, including user controls, server controls, custom controls and client-side JavaScript. 
Use HTML and jQuery with an emphasis on contemporary web development techniques. 
Who this book is for
This book is aimed at developers with a basic understanding on the .NET Framework who want to learn how to use it in a professional environment. Migrating readers without this foundation would be well served by reading Beginning ASP.NET 4.5 in C#, also by Apress, before tackling this book.


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