Microsoft's introduction of its XML Web platform, .NET Framework, and its C# programming language signal Microsoft's total entry into e-commerce, fundamentally changing the way businesses and people interact over the Internet. Building Web Applications with C# and .NET: A Complete Reference is a comprehensive resource with a sharp focus on how to develop and deploy distributed applications using Microsoft's .NET Framework and C#. Written for C++, Visual Basic, Java, and ASP programmers making the transition to .NET, the text begins by providing the fundamentals of network programming and then expands these basics to demonstrate how to use the concepts and capabilities of .NET for developing distributed applications.
Heavily referenced with many exercises, the text provides a clear, detailed exposition on the essential elements of the .NET Framework requisite to distributed programming. Coverage of ASP, C#, ADO Database Access, HTML, XM, WSDL and SOAP, and Web Services make this text the ultimate reference on the .Net Framework. Numerous examples illustrate the concepts and techniques discussed and the hands-on exercises demonstrate the visual studio development environment. Building Web Applications with C# and .NET: A Complete Reference includes a tutorial on the C# programming language and provides you with the skills and tools that you will need to develop and deploy distributed applications.
Table of Contents
Web Services Model
Creating a Service
IMPLEMENTING WEB APPLICATIONS
Search and Retrieval
Data Presentation and Management
Special Controls and Features
Relational Database Fundamentals