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Beginning Visual C# 2012 Programming

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  1. Cover
  2. Contents
  3. Part I: The C# Language
    1. Chapter 1: Introducing C#
      1. What Is the .NET Framework?
      2. What Is C#?
      3. Visual Studio 2012
      4. Summary
    2. Chapter 2: Writing A C# Program
      1. The Visual Studio 2012 Development Environment
      2. Console Applications
      3. Desktop Applications
      4. Summary
    3. Chapter 3: Variables and Expressions
      1. Basic C# Syntax
      2. Basic C# Console Application Structure
      3. Variables
      4. Expressions
      5. Summary
    4. Chapter 4: Flow Control
      1. Boolean Logic
      2. The goto Statement
      3. Branching
      4. Looping
      5. Summary
    5. Chapter 5: More About Variables
      1. Type Conversion
      2. Complex Variable Types
      3. String Manipulation
      4. Summary
    6. Chapter 6: Functions
      1. Defining and Using Functions
      2. Variable Scope
      3. The Main( ) Function
      4. Struct Functions
      5. Overloading Functions
      6. Using Delegates
      7. Summary
    7. Chapter 7: Debugging and Error Handling
      1. Debugging in Visual Studio
      2. Error Handling
      3. Summary
    8. Chapter 8: Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming
      1. What Is Object-Oriented Programming?
      2. OOP Techniques
      3. OOP in Desktop Applications
      4. Summary
    9. Chapter 9: Defining Classes
      1. Class Definitions in C#
      2. System.Object
      3. Constructors and Destructors
      4. OOP Tools in Visual Studio
      5. Class Library Projects
      6. Interfaces Versus Abstract Classes
      7. Struct Types
      8. Shallow Copying Versus Deep Copying
      9. Summary
    10. Chapter 10: Defining Class Members
      1. Member Definitions
      2. Additional Class Member Topics
      3. Interface Implementation
      4. Partial Class Definitions
      5. Partial Method Definitions
      6. Example Application
      7. The Call Hierarchy Window
      8. Summary
    11. Chapter 11: Collections, Comparisons, and Conversions
      1. Collections
      2. Comparisons
      3. Conversions
      4. Summary
    12. Chapter 12: Generics
      1. What Are Generics?
      2. Using Generics
      3. Defining Generic Types
      4. Variance
      5. Summary
    13. Chapter 13: Additional OOP Techniques
      1. The :: Operator and the Global Namespace Qualifier
      2. Custom Exceptions
      3. Events
      4. Expanding and Using CardLib
      5. Attributes
      6. Summary
    14. Chapter 14: C# Language Enhancements
      1. Initializers
      2. Type Inference
      3. Anonymous Types
      4. Dynamic Lookup
      5. Advanced Method Parameters
      6. Extension Methods
      7. Lambda Expressions
      8. Caller Information Attributes
      9. Summary
  4. Part II: Windows Programming
    1. Chapter 15: Basic Desktop Programming
      1. XAML
      2. The Playground
      3. Control Layout
      4. The Game Client
      5. Summary
    2. Chapter 16: Advanced Desktop Programming
      1. The Main Window
      2. Creating and Styling Controls
      3. WPF User Controls
      4. Putting It All Together
      5. Summary
    3. Chapter 17: Windows Store Apps
      1. Getting Started
      2. Windows Store Apps versus Desktop Applications
      3. Developing Windows Store Apps
      4. App Development
      5. Converting KarliCards, Part 1
      6. Common Elements of Windows Store Apps
      7. Converting KarliCards, Part 2
      8. The Windows Store
      9. Summary
    4. Chapter 18: Deploying Desktop Applications
      1. Deployment Overview
      2. ClickOnce Deployment
      3. InstallShield Limited Edition
      4. Summary
  5. Part III: Web Programming
    1. Chapter 19: ASP.NET Web Programming
      1. Overview of Web Applications
      2. ASP.NET Runtime
      3. Creating a Simple Page
      4. Server Controls
      5. ASP.NET Postback
      6. ASP.NET AJAX Postback
      7. Input Validation
      8. State Management
      9. Styles
      10. Master Pages
      11. Site Navigation
      12. Authentication and Authorization
      13. Reading from and Writing to a SQL Server Database
      14. Summary
    2. Chapter 20: Deploying Web Applications
      1. Internet Information Services
      2. IIS Configuration
      3. Copying a Website
      4. Publishing a Web Application
      5. Summary
  6. Part IV: Data Access
    1. Chapter 21: File System Data
      1. Streams
      2. The Classes for Input and Output
      3. Serialized Objects
      4. Monitoring the File System
      5. Summary
    2. Chapter 22: XML
      1. XML Documents
      2. Using XML in Your Application
      3. Summary
    3. Chapter 23: Introduction to LINQ
      1. First LINQ Query
      2. Using the LINQ Method Syntax
      3. Ordering Query Results
      4. Understanding the orderby Clause
      5. Ordering Using Method Syntax
      6. Querying a Large Data Set
      7. Using Aggregate Operators
      8. Querying Complex Objects
      9. Projection: Creating New Objects in Queries
      10. Projection: Method Syntax
      11. Using the Select Distinct Query
      12. Using the Any and All Methods
      13. Ordering by Multiple Levels
      14. Multi-Level Ordering Method Syntax: ThenBy
      15. Using Group Queries
      16. Using Take and Skip
      17. Using First and FirstOrDefault
      18. Using the LINQ Set Operators
      19. Using Joins
      20. Summary
    4. Chapter 24: Applying LINQ
      1. LINQ Varieties
      2. Using LINQ with Databases
      3. Installing SQL Server and the Northwind Sample Data
      4. First LINQ to Database Query
      5. Navigating Database Relationships
      6. Using LINQ with XML
      7. LINQ to XML Functional Constructors
      8. Saving and Loading an XML Document
      9. Working with XML Fragments
      10. Generating XML from Databases
      11. How to Query an XML Document
      12. Using LINQ to XML Query Members
      13. Summary
  7. Part V: Additional Techniques
    1. Chapter 25: Windows Communication Foundation
      1. What Is WCF?
      2. WCF Concepts
      3. WCF Programming
      4. Summary
    2. Chapter 26: Windows Workflow Foundation
      1. Hello World
      2. Workflows and Activities
      3. Arguments and Variables
      4. Custom Activities
      5. Summary
  8. Appendix A: Exercise Solutions
  9. Introduction
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Chapter 19

ASP.NET Web Programming

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN IN THIS CHAPTER

  • An overview of ASP.NET development
  • How to use ASP.NET server controls
  • How to send an ASP.NET postback to different pages
  • How to create ASP.NET Ajax postbacks
  • How to validate user input
  • How to manage state
  • How to add styles to a web page
  • How to use master pages
  • How to implement page navigation
  • How to authenticate and authorize users
  • How to read from and write to SQL Server databases

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Windows Presentation Foundation is the technology for writing Windows applications; with ASP.NET you can build web applications that are displayed in any browser. ASP.NET enables you to write web applications in a similar way to Windows applications. This is made possible by server-side controls that abstract the HTML code and mimic the behavior of the Windows controls. Of course, there are still many differences between Windows and web applications because of the underlying technologies — HTTP and HTML — on which web applications are based.

This chapter provides an overview of programming web applications with ASP.NET, how to use web controls, how to deal with state management (which is very different from how it’s handled in Windows applications), how to perform ...

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