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Beginning ASP.NET 2.0

by Chris Hart

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This updated bestseller gets readers involved immediately with task-oriented examples that can help them build their own sites Each chapter is designed to complete a part of the sample Web site, introducing technology topics as required Makes extensive use of Microsoft?s new visual ASP.NET development tool, showing readers how to save time and write less code to achieve more results faster The book provides examples in Visual Basic - the easiest language for beginning ASP.NET developers to learn… (more)
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Per cominciare non è un cattivo manuale.
Non scende molto in profondità nel merito, però dà una buona panoramica sugli strumenti utilizzabili per sviluppare velocemente una applicazione in ASP.NET.

Come da suo titolo, consigliato ai principianti fai-da-te della programmazione in ASP. ( )
  Tonari | May 19, 2013 |
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Chris Ullman: All my love to my wife Kate and the boys.
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Introduction -- Many different technologies are available today for developing complex web sites and web applications, and with so many to choose from, it's great that there's one technology in particular that stands out from the crowd and is such a joy to use.
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This updated bestseller gets readers involved immediately with task-oriented examples that can help them build their own sites Each chapter is designed to complete a part of the sample Web site, introducing technology topics as required Makes extensive use of Microsoft?s new visual ASP.NET development tool, showing readers how to save time and write less code to achieve more results faster The book provides examples in Visual Basic - the easiest language for beginning ASP.NET developers to learn

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