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ASP.NET AJAX in Action

From the Back Cover

In this book, you'll learn how to use:

  • Microsoft Ajax Library
  • Partial rendering with UpdatePanels
  • Advanced client and server techniques
  • Ajax Control Toolkit
November 28, 2007

Beginning ASP.NET 1.1 E-Commerce

Using ASP.NET and VB.NET, Beginning ASP.NET 1.1 E-Commerce, a recent Apress book by Cristian Darie and Karli Watson, builds a web site in three phases of increasing complexity. Starting with a simple PayPal based site, the book moves onto the development of a custom shopping basket and eventually details how to develop a bespoke order pipeline and handle credit card payments yourself.

Whilst more a Microsoft oriented book without specific Dreamweaver information (it concentrates mainly on the server side processing), nevertheless this book contains valuable information for anybody thinking of implementing a .NET e-commerce solution.

Check out a sample chapter discussing credit card processing here.

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July 26, 2004

Beginning ASP.NET 1.1 Databases

Beginning ASP.NET 1.1 Databases has been written by experienced .NET authors Damien Foggon and Dan Maharry. Using a well understood and appreciated format of displaying core theory, a step-by-step example, and then a clear explanation, the authors take you through working with databases in ASP.NET.

To find out more about this book (available in August 2004), read the sample chapter here.


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July 15, 2004

Dreamweaver MX: ASP.NET Web Development

This book will take you on a tour of ASP.NET through the Dreamweaver development environment, without assuming any previous knowledge of .NET, ASP, or indeed any other server-side programming technology. As such, it is ideal for readers who are already using Dreamweaver MX as a tool to create static web pages (with HTML, JavaScript, and CSS pages), but now want to learn about the extra server-side functionality at their fingertips.


February 6, 2003