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CONTENTS

(1 ) INTRODUCTION 

           1.1 What is ASP.NET?

           1.2 ASP.NET Web Forms Model 

           1.3 The ASP.NET Component Model 

           1.4 Components of .Net Framework 3.5

2. ENVIRONMENT SETUP 

            2.1 The Visual Studio IDE 

            2.2 Working with Views and Windows

            2.3 Adding Folders and Files to your wWebsite

            2.4 Projects and Solutions

            2.5 Building and Running a Project 

3. LIFE CYCLE 

            3.1 ASP.NET Application Life Cycle

            3.2 ASP.NET Page Life Cycle 

            3.3 ASP.NET Page Life Cycle Events

4. FIRST EXAMPLE

            4.1 Page Directives

            4.2 Code Section

            4.3 Page Layout

            4.4 Using Visual Studio IDE 

            

5. EVENT HANDLING

            5.1 Event Arguments.

            5.2 Application and Session Events

            5.3 Page and Control Events

            5.4 Event Handling Using Controls 

            5.5 Default Events

6. SERVER SIDE

            6.1 Server Object

            6.2 Request Objec

            6.3 Response Object 

7. SERVER CONTROLS 

            7.1 Properties of the Server Controls

            7.2 Methods of the Server Controls 

8. HTML SERVER

            8.1 Advantages of using HTML Server Controls

9. CLIENT SIDE 

            9.1 Client Side Scripts

            9.2 Client Side Source Code

10. BASIC CONTROLS 

            10.1 Button Controls

            10.2 Text Boxes and Labels

            10.3 Check Boxes and Radio Buttons

            10.4 List Controls

            10.5 The ListItemCollection Object 

            10.6 Radio Button list and Check Box List 

            10.7 Bulleted lists and Numbered Lists 

            10.8 HyperLink Control

            10.9 Image Control 

11. DIRECTIVES

            11.1 The Application Directive

            11.2 The Assembly Directive 

            11.3 The Control Directive 

            11.4 The Implements Directive 

            11.5 The Import Directive 

            11.6  The Master Directive

            11.7 The MasterType Directive

            11.8 The OutputCache Directive .

            11.9 The Page Directive

            11.10 The PreviousPageType Directive

            11.11 The Reference Directive 

            11.12 The Register Directive

12. MANAGING STATE 

            12.1 View State

            12.2 Control State

            12.3 Session State 

            12.4 Application State

13. VALIDATORS 

            13.1 BaseValidator Class..

            13.2 RequiredFieldValidator Control.

            13.3 RangeValidator Contro

            13.4 CompareValidator Control 

            13.5 RegularExpressionValidator

            13.6 CustomValidator

            13.7 ValidationSummary

            13.8 Validation Groups

14. DATABASE ACCESS

            14.1 Retrieving and Displaying Data 

15. ADO.NET

             15.1 The DataSet Class

             15.2 The DataTable Class

             15.3 The DataRow Class

             15.4 The DataAdapter Object

             15.5 The DataReader Object 

             15.6 DbCommand and DbConnection Objects

16. FILE UPLOADING 

17. AD ROTATORS 

              17.1 The Advertisement File . 

              17.2 Properties and Events of the AdRotator Class 

              17.3 Working with AdRotator Control 

18. CALENDARS 

              18.1 Properties and Events of the Calendar Control

              18.2 Working with the Calendar Contro

19. MULTI VIEWS.

               19.1 Properties of View and MultiView Controls

20. PANEL CONTROLS

               20.1 Working with the Panel Control 

21. AJAX CONTROLS 

               21.1 The ScriptManager Control 

               21.2 The UpdatePanel Control 

               21.3 The UpdateProgress Control

               21 .4 The Timer Control 

22. DATA SOURCES 

          22.1 Data Source Views 

          22.2 The SqlDataSource Control

          22.3The ObjectDataSource Control

          22.4 The AccessDataSource Control

23. DATA BINDING

          23.1 Simple Data Binding 

          23.2 Declarative Data Binding 

24. CUSTOM CONTROLS  

          24.1 User Controls . 

          24.2 Custom Controls

          24.3 Working with Custom Controls 

25. PERSONALIZATION  

         25.1 Understanding Profiles. 

         25.2 Attributes for the <add> Element. 

         25.3 Anonymous Personalization 

26. ERROR HANDLING  

         26.1  Tracing 

         26.2 Error Handling

27. DEBUGGING 

        27.1 Breakpoints

        28.2 The Debug Windows 

28. LINQ

        28.1 LINQ Operators

29. SECURITY 

        29.1 Forms-Based Authentication

        29.2 IIS Authentication: SSL 

30. DATA CACHING 

        30.1 What is Caching?

        30.2 Caching in ASP.NET 

        30.3 Output Caching

        30.4 Data Caching 

        30.5 Object Caching 

31. WEB SERVICES 

        31.1 Creating a Web Service

        31.2 Consuming the Web Service 

        31.3 Creating the Proxy 

32. MULTITHREADING

       32.1 Creating Thread

       32.2 Thread Life Cycle

       32.3 Thread Priority 

       32.4 Thread : Properties and Methods

33. CONFIGURATION 

       33.1  Configuration Section Handler declarations0

       33.2 Application Settings  

       33.3 Connection Strings 

       33.4 System.Web Element

34. DEPLOYMENT

       34.1 XCOPY Deployment

       34.2 Copying a Website 

       34 .3 Creating a Setup Project 

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