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Murach's ASP.NET 2.0 Web Programming with C# 2005 [Paperback]

Joel Murach , Anne Boehm
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March 2006 Murach: Training & Reference
Are you trying to decide which ASP.NET 2.0 book to buy?

As its title implies, this book teaches you how to develop web applications using ASP.NET 2.0. That means it teaches all the features that are new in ASP.NET 2.0, including master pages, database access using both SQL and object data sources, the new code-behind model, site navigation features, authentication using the Web Site Administration tool and login controls, profiles, themes, and web parts.

But that’s just the beginning! Here are just a few of the features that set this book apart from other ASP.NET 2.0 books:

#1: It gives you a 5-chapter section on database programming This is an area that’s changed dramatically from ASP.NET 1.x. So this section teaches you how to use SQL data sources and the GridView, DetailsView, and FormView controls…all new in ASP.NET 2.0…to develop database applications with little or no C# code. Then, it teaches how to use object data sources, also new in ASP.NET 2.0, to create 3-layer applications that let you separate the presentation code from the data access code in an application.

#2: It teaches you ASP.NET 2.0 development the way it should be done, using Visual Studio 2005 Today, no developer should miss out on the productivity features of Visual Studio 2005 by using limited tools like Notepad. So section 1 in this book teaches you how to use Visual Studio 2005 to design, code, and test multi-page web applications that get database data and manage session state. Then, later chapters cover time-saving VS tools like the Query Builder and the Web Site Administration Tool.

#3: Complete applications show you how all the pieces interact The key to mastering ASP.NET 2.0 is to have plenty of real-world applications that guide you in using the new features you’re learning…and that help you avoid the problems that you can run into as you build complex web sites. That’s why this book gives you complete applications, including the web forms, the aspx code, and the C# code.

So if you need to learn ASP.NET 2.0, we hope you'll try this book first. We're convinced that it will deliver the training you need in record time.


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5.0 out of 5 stars Takes you from novice to intermediary April 18 2006
Format:Paperback
The best book to take you from novice to intermediary with ASP.net application development. It assumes you have an intermediate knowledge of C# or VB programming in the .Net environment depending on the book's language (2 seperate books) you have chosen to use and a basic understanding of HTML and XML. It covers all the core skills and knowledge you need to know about ASP.Net. The book is written to teach you the core skills with an application that flows throughout the book, yet it can be used as reference as every section of a chapter begins with a "how to" described on one page and code or diagrams on the opposite. Other than a few typos's and code fixes that every book has, this book is very comprehensive and succinct book that I have come across. It can be used with the free express versions of visual studio or the full blown editions of version 2005. I am an ex java programmer turned project manager and had no difficulty with the C# version of the book
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4.0 out of 5 stars Textbook for a course Feb. 16 2013
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This was a course I had feared, although the textbook was cheap online I had trouble understanding some of the content. Thankfully after reading it a few times and trying it out myself I was able to get a better understanding.

Great textbook for reference and for learning at least.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars Oct. 5 2014
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Great Textbook!
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4.0 out of 5 stars 4the Editon review June 16 2011
By George - Published on Amazon.com
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I noticed many of the reviews are for older editions to this book. Murach's ASP.NET programming books have been around for quite a while, with this one being the 4th edition. ASP.NET 4 was released a little over a year ago (April 2010, I believe). This book's release date shows April of this year (2011). So the older reviews might be helpful for a background on the book, but look for reviews after April 2011 for this book alone.
That being said, I have read many Murach's books over the years. They seem to follow a certain style. This one is no different.

The book takes the reader through building a website, while at the same time teaching the various aspects involved. Think the style is very useful for beginners and people coming over to the .NET framework as it applies to the web.
Because the reader is building a website, they get into areas that are not necessarily ASP.NET, such HTML, CSS and SQL. Still, they are areas that any .NET web developer should know.

The book is full of useful information on various topics that are helpful in the everyday world of web development. Topics like, forcing a page to use a secure connection, creating and handling shopping carts, handling back-button problems.

The chapter on AJAX was good with regards to the Microsoft's controls and how they work. With Microsoft including jQuery in with Visual Studio 2010 now, would have liked to see more of a discussion on jQuery had how it could have been used developing the book's website.
It is easy to pick up bits and pieces of ASP.NET 4, but this book endeavors to put it all together. I have liked Murach's books in the past and found this one to be of equal value.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Very thorough; a great guide to ASP.NET 2.0! April 26 2006
By S. Waletzko - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
This book is a comprehensive tutorial that walks the reader through the basics of virtually every aspect of Web site programming in ASP.NET 2.0. The first half of the book is dedicated in part to programmers new to Web programming in general, or new to Web programming ASP.NET. The second half of the book delves deeper into more professional Web development techniques such as database access, SSL, user authentication and profiles, and even touching on Web services and reusable Web component design. Throughout, the authors do a good job of pointing out features that are new or specific to .NET 2.0, which makes this a valuable reference even for programmers with extensive ASP.NET development experience.

For every two pages in the book (it weighs in at nearly 900 pages) the content is repeated once in classic Murach style; the left-hand page is a detailed description of the concept being covered written in a conversational tone, and the right-hand page contains a recap of this discussion in bulleted-form, with screenshots and / or code samples. This layout is ideal for both novice and expert readers alike; beginners learn faster when a concept is restated / repeated, and experts can skim through the right-hand pages looking for content that is new to them.

The authors assume that the reader has a working knowledge of C# syntax (there is a VB version as well), but pretty much everything else involved in Web site development using ASP .NET 2.0 is explained in detail.
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Dynamic Web Pages the Microsoft Way April 8 2006
By John Matlock - Published on Amazon.com
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If you're even thinking about this book, you have an interest in or a project to do regarding connecting a database to a web site. This could be something simple like putting in a guest book, or more complex like a full fledged store. ASP.NET is Microsoft's vision of how this should be done (using purely Microsoft products of course).

The Microsoft products used in the ASP.NET approach include the operating system (Windows - possibly XP Professional, more likely Windows Server), Internet Information Service (the web server), Visual Studio (the integrated development environment that includes C# - pronounced 'C Sharp'), and the database (probably SQL Server).

The book covers these software products. It uses the Murach two-page presentation where the left hand page gives a text description of an issue, and the right hand side a more visual description of the same issue. I happen to like this format a great deal. One page tends to say the same thing in a different way. Sometimes one way is preferred (preferred means that I understand it better), sometimes the other.

If you're serious about this subject, I think you also will need a book on the SQL language for the particular database you will be using. SQL is a programming language all by itself. If you just use ASP, you will be tempted to do things in ASP that would be better done in a more complex SQL statement.

A great book, not for the total computer novice, but if you're planning a web site and want dynamic pages that have data coming out of a web site ....
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Very easy to follow format June 16 2006
By Austin C# - Published on Amazon.com
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I read most of this book over a weekend and that's a first for me. Generally, computer books are dry and boring. I was yet to finish reading any of them in its entirety and I have been programming for over a decade. But this book uses a clever approach of giving you expanded information on a topic on a page (generally the left one) and a bulleted summary description on the opposite page. So you can read the explanation, which is very well written, and then recap with the description. Or you can skip the explanation all together and still undertand the concept. The examples are good and illustrate the concepts quite well. The only reason I give this book four starts instead of five is that the database for the examples was specific to the MSDE version of SQL Server. I have both SQL Server 2000 and 2005 developer edition and could not attach the database to any of them. I was forced to download MSDE from Microsoft and intall it on my system. A waste of space in my opinion. The author should make available versions of the database of a higher version of SQL Server. Other than that, I am very happy to own this book.
8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The best book for beginners in ASP Sept. 29 2006
By Greatful reader - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
Have you seen the movie "Matrix"? Remember, when Neo says "I know Kung-Fu!" in 1 min after they plugged his head to the computer? I had the same feeling about ASP.NET after reading this book :-)

The book is so easy to read, even though English is my second language.
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