Computers & Technology
|ASP.NET, Introduction to - Online
Learn how to use Microsoft's visual Web developer to create exciting, interactive, and polished Web sites with ASP.NET.
You'll begin this hands-on course by adding powerful controls to your Web pages, giving visitors the ability to interact with your Web site.
You'll find out how to connect to a database, read the information stored inside, and display it exactly the way you want.
You'll find out how style sheets make it easy to give every page of your Web site the same clean, consistent, and professional look, and you'll learn how to create master pages to ensure that each page you create uses a common set of controls.
Using ASP.NET's powerful membership features, you'll develop a true community-based Web site that allows users to register, log in, create and update profiles, and post messages to a forum.
You'll explore the issue of Web security, and you'll discover some simple things you can do to protect your site and prevent the most common types of attacks.
Microsoft .NET Framework version 2.0 or better and Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition, both available from http://www.asp.net (software must be installed and fully operational before the course begins); Windows 2000 (with Service Pack 4), Windows XP (with service Pack 2), or Windows Vista; 192 MB RAM or more, 500 MBytes Free Disk Space (full installation requires 1.3 GByte free disk space); Internet access; e-mail; and the and the Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox Web browser. Note: This course is not suitable for Macintosh users.
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