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jQuery_Cookbook

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jQuery for Dummies

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November 15, 2012 Posted by | .Net Books, Books | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Asp.Net MVC3 E-Books

Download Pro Asp.Net MVC3 Framework e book .Click here

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Download Worx Professional.ASP.NET.MVC.3 by Paperback

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May 14, 2012 Posted by | .Net Books, Books | , , | Leave a comment

MCTS Self Paced Training Kit 70_515

Download   Microsoft_Press_MCTS_Self_Paced_Training_Kit_Exam_70_515

Dumps 70-515 Question & Answers

December 7, 2011 Posted by | .Net Books, Books, MCTS Dumps | , | Leave a comment

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 ASP.NET Application Development

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 ASP.NET Application Development  Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 ASP.NET Application Development Exam 70-562

October 23, 2011 Posted by | .Net Books, General | , , | 4 Comments

ASP.NET Hosting Tutorials

Welcome to a series of tutorials that will look at the steps involved in deploying an ASP.NET web application to a production environment managed by a web host provider, as well as exploring common challenges that might be encountered. These tutorials are geared to be concise and provide step-by-step instructions with plenty of screen shots to walk you through the process visually.

  • Introduction and Core Concepts
  • Deploying Data-Driven Applications
  • Handling and Logging Runtime Errors
  • Site Administration

Introduction and Core Concepts :

1 .ASP.NET Hosting Options:  ASP.NET web applications are typically designed, created, and tested in a local development environment and need to be deployed to a production environment once it is ready for release. This tutorial provides a high-level overview of the deployment process and serves as an introduction to this tutorial series.

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2.Determining What Files Need to Be Deployed: What files need to be deployed from the development environment to the production environment depends in part on whether the ASP.NET application was built using the Web Site Model or Web Application Model. Learn more about these two project models and how the project model affects deployment.

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3.Deploying Your Site Using an FTP Client : The simplest way to deploy an ASP.NET application is to manually copy the necessary files from the development environment to the production environment. This tutorial shows how to use an FTP client to get the files from your desktop to the web host provider.

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4.Deploying Your Site Using Visual Studio : Visual Studio includes tools for deploying a website. Download Deploying Your Site Using Visual Studio 

5. Common Configuration Differences Between Development and Production : In earlier tutorials we deployed our website by copying all of the pertinent files from the development environment to the production environment. However, it is not uncommon for there to be configuration differences between environments, which necessitates that each environment have a unique Web.config file. This tutorial examines typical configuration differences and looks at strategies for maintaining separate configuration information.

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6.Core Differences Between IIS and the ASP.NET Development Server : When testing an ASP.NET application locally, chances are you are using the ASP.NET Development Web Server. However, the production website is most likely powered IIS. There are some differences between how these web servers handle requests, and these differences can have important consequences. This tutorial explores some of the more germane differences.

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June 21, 2009 Posted by | General | , | Leave a comment

Web Servcies

Basic Concepts of Web Serivces Brief Web Services

Learn about complete Web Services(internal process) and How do we call in .Net Complete Web-Services

October 7, 2008 Posted by | General | , | Leave a comment

Security Tools

Welcome to a series of tutorials about ASP.NET Security, which explores techniques for authenticating visitors through a web form, authorizing access to particular pages and functionality, and managing user accounts in an ASP.NET application.

This tutorial will explore techniques for authenticating visitors through a web form, authorizing access to particular pages and functionality, and managing user accounts in an ASP.NET application. Download Security Basics and Asp.Net Support article.

In this tutorial we will turn from mere discussion to implementation; in particular, we will look at implementing forms authentication. The web application we start constructing in this tutorial will continue to be built upon in subsequent tutorials, as we move from simple forms authentication to membership and roles. Download An Overview of Forms Authentication article.(V.V.V Imp one) . See video Basic Forms Authentication

In this tutorial we will examine the various forms authentication settings and see how to modify them through the forms element. This will entail a detailed look at customizing the forms authentication ticket’s timeout value, using a login page with a custom URL (like SignIn.aspx instead of Login.aspx), and cookieless forms authentication tickets. Forms Authentication Configuration and Advanced Topics

October 3, 2008 Posted by | General | , | 1 Comment

Master Pages Tutorials

Welcome to a series of tutorials about ASP.NET Master Pages, which explore how to use Master Pages in ASP.NET applications.

This tutorial will show master page basics. Namely, what are master pages, how does one create a master page, what are content place holders, how does one create an ASP.NET page that uses a master page, how modifying the master page is automatically reflected in its associated content pages, and so on. Download Creating a Site-Wide Layout Using Master Pages article.

Examines how to add multiple content place holders to a master page as well as how to specify default content in the content place holders. Download Multiple ContentPlaceHolders and Default Content article.

Looks at different techniques for defining assorted <head> elements in the Master Page from the content page. Download Specifying the Title, Meta Tags, and Other HTML Headers in the Master Page article.

Addresses how URLs in the master page can break due to the master page file being in a different relative directory than the content page. Looks at rebasing URLs via ~ in the declarative syntax and using ResolveUrl and ResolveClientUrl programmatically. Download URLs in Master Pages article.

Illustrates how ContentPlaceHolder controls serve as a naming container and therefore make programmatically working with a control difficult (via FindConrol). Looks at this issue and workarounds. Also discusses how to programmatically access the resulting ClientID value. Download Control ID Naming in Content Pages article.

Shows how to nest one master page within another. Download Nested Master Pages article.

Discusses options for using ASP.NET AJAX and master pages. Looks at using the ScriptManagerProxy class; discusses how the various JS files are loaded depending on whether the ScriptManager is used in the Master page or Content page. Download Master Pages and Asp.Net Ajax article.

October 3, 2008 Posted by | General | | 1 Comment

MVC

Tutorials about ASP.NET MVC Framework.

See Asp.Net MVC Framework Videos .

This tutorial is a great introduction for people who are new to the ASP.NET MVC Framework and who want to get a sense of the process of building an ASP.NET MVC application. Creating a Tasklist Application with ASP.NET MVC

Confused about Models, Views, and Controllers? In this tutorial, Stephen Walther introduces you to the different parts of an ASP.NET MVC application. Understanding Models, Views, and Controllers

In this tutorial, u’ll see  ASP.NET MVC controllers. You learn how to create new controllers and return different types of action results. Understanding Controllers, Controller Actions, and Action Results

What is an ASP.NET MVC View and how does it differ from a HTML page? In this tutorial, Stephen Walther introduces you to Views and demonstrates how you can take advantage of View Data and HTML Helpers within a View. Understanding Views, View Data, and HTML Helpers

In this tutorial, u’ll learn how browser requests get mapped to controller actions through URL Routing. You also learn how to create a custom route that displays different blog entries depending on the date passed in a URL. An Introduction to URL Routing

Prevent JavaScript Injection Attacks and Cross-Site Scripting Attacks from happening to you. In this tutorial, Stephen Walther explains how you can easily defeat these types of attacks by HTML encoding your content. Preventing JavaScript Injection Attacks

Learn how to create unit tests for controller actions. In this tutorial, Stephen Walther demonstrates how to test whether a controller action returns a particular view, returns a particular set of data, or returns a different type of action result. Creating Unit Tests for ASP.NET MVC Applications

In this tutorial, you learn how to use ASP.NET MVC, and URL Routing, with different versions of Internet Information Services. You learn different strategies for using ASP.NET MVC with IIS 7.0 (classic mode), IIS 6.0, and earlier versions of IIS. Using ASP.NET MVC with Different Versions of IIS

October 1, 2008 Posted by | General | , | Leave a comment

C# & Asp.Net Faq’s

Download  C#.Net & Asp.Net Faq’s , C# Basics

     Prepared By Satya Puvvada

August 6, 2008 Posted by | .Net Faq's | , | Leave a comment

   

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