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Taking a task-oriented approach to learning, this practicalguide shows you why WebMatrix is an ideal entry-level tool fordeveloping web sites using ASP.NET. The author duo arms you withthe basics of what WebMatrix is, how it works, how to get the mostout of it, and the other technologies you need to know in order tobecome a successful developer, including HTML, CSS, and SQL. You'lldiscover how WebMatrix integrates with an open source webapplication gallery and includes valuable coding and databasesupport. Best of all: no prior experience with web development isassumed, allowing you to confidently dive into using WebMatrixtoday.
Beginning ASP.NET Web Pages with WebMatrix:
Details how to design pages and sites using HTML, CSS, and thenew Razor syntax
Highlights ways to program and add interactivity to yoursite
Covers what's in the Packages Administration tool and explainshow to use the Web Helper packages
Uncovers debugging your web applications, maintainingsecurity,and handling errors
Addresses optimizing your site and putting it intoproduction
Teaches you the basics of the C# programming language
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Imar Spaanjaars is a Microsoft ASP.NET MVP and runs hisown company called De Vier Koeden, specializing in consultancy anddevelopment of Internet and intranet applications built withMicrosoft technologies like ASP.NET.