Fundamentals of Web Applications Using .NET and XML

Fundamentals of Web Applications Using .NET and XML

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Microsoft .NET includes a set of new technologies in building Web applications for the Internet and is a good match for the emerging paradigm of Web Based services as opposed to proprietary applications. Learning these new technologies is critical for programmers who want to function effectively in the new Paradigm of Web based services. This is a practical guide to the fundamentals of the new Web technologies for the .NET platform. The case study shows the .NET Web and XML technologies create a new model of business.The Prentice Hall/the Oberg's .NET series is a unique series of introductory and intermediate books on Microsoft's new important .NET technology. These books are based on proven development experience. The authors are expert practitioners, teachers and writers who combine subject matter expertise with years of experience in complex programming technologies such as C++, MFC, OLE, and COM/COM+. These books teach in a systematic, step-by-step manner and are not merely summaries of the documentation. All the books come with a rich set of programming examples. The ACME Travel Agency is used across the Oberg's .NET series as a unifying theme example. Different books in the series will elaborate on different parts of this case study or provide implementations in different languages. These books have been conceived as an integrated whole and not as independent efforts by a diverse group of authors. The initial set of books consists of three introductory books on .NET languages and four intermediate books on the .NET Framework. Each book is targeted at a specific part of the important .NET technology. Bob Oberg is the series editor for this .NET series.Reviews the basics ofcurrent Web technologies and the key languages of .NETShows the migration path from current technologies to ASP.NET, ADO.NET and VB.NET.Introduces .NET architectureCovers all of .NET Web building through the range of subject matter included such as the .NET framework, the Common Language Runtime, XML, ASP.NET, ADO.NET and VB.NET, Web Service, XML, SOAP and UDDI (Universal Description, Discovery and Integration)Includes a case study that runs throughout the Oberg's .NET series
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  • Paperback | 608 pages
  • 177 x 235.5 x 42.4mm | 1,084.09g
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • w. figs.
  • 0130417904
  • 9780130417909

Table of contents

(NOTE:Each Chapter and Appendix ends with Summary.)

Preface.


Organization.


Sample Programs.


Web Site.


Acknowledgments.


About this Series.


1. Web Sites in a .NET World.


Integrated Web Sites. Comparing Visions. Experiences. Building and Maintaining a Web Site. Unanswered Challenges. The Next Five Years.



2. Fundamentals of .NET.


Overview. Inside .NET Framework. Assemblies. Application Domains. Run-Time Hosts.



3. The Programming Environment of .NET Framework.


Cross-Language Interoperability. The Programming Environment. Console Programs That Say "Hello!". Components That Say "Hello!". Client Programs of the Components. Network Programming.



4. ASP.NET.


Overview. Features of ASP.NET. Web Forms. Server Controls. ASP.NET Web Applications. Migrating from ASP to ASP.NET.



5. ADO.NET.


Overview. Simple Example. ADO.NET Data Providers. Using .NET Data Provider to Access Data. DataSet and DataAdapter. XML Integration with ADO.NET.



6. Web Services.


Defining Web Services. Clients of Web Services. Asynchronous Invocation of Web Services.



7. Programming XML with .NET Framework.


Accessing XML. Working with Relational Data: XmlDataDocument and DataSet. Transform XML. Serve XML.



8. Object Remoting.


Concept. Object Remoting over an HTTP Channel. Object Remoting over a TCP Channel. Asynchronous Invocation of Remote Method. Deployment of a Service Without Its Implementation.



9. SOAP Client and XML.


SOAP Concepts. The Benefits of SOAP. Building Simple SOAP Clients Under .NET.



10. Interoperating .NET with Other Platforms.


WSDL and .NET. Interoperating with .NET by Examples. Universal Description, Discovery, and Integration.



11. A Case Study: A Distributed Web Application.


The TAU Business Model. The Goals of TAU.NET System Design. Architecture. TAU.NET Node Adaptor.



Appendix A. Web Programming Fundamentals.


Classical Web Technology. An Internet Programming Testbed. Microsoft Web Technologies. ASP and COM.



Appendix B. New Features of VB.NET.


More Object-Oriented. More Modularized. More Formal, Less Casual. Safer, More Powerful, and Improved Performance.



Appendix C. C# for C++ or Java Programmers.


C# for C++ Programmers. C# for Java Programmers.



Appendix D. New Features in JScript.NET.


Why Use JS.NET? Compiled Jscript. The Two Uses of JS.NET. JScript Tour in Visual Studio.NET. Object-Oriented Features. Performance Enhancements. Packaging and Deployment (EXE, DLLs, and Packaging). Debugging. The Compiler.



Appendix E. Visual Studio.NET.


Overview of Visual Studio.NET. Toolbars. Creating a Console Application. Using the VS.NET Text Editor. Project Configurations. Debugging.



Index.
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About David Zhang

Eric Bell has more than 20 years of experience as a hardware engineer, software developer, and trainer. Since 1993, he has specialized in Windows technologies.

Hao "Howard" Feng is a solutions architect who designs, develops, and deploys systems for the J2EE platform (EJBs, Servlets, and JMS) and the Microsoft Commerce Server platform.

Edward L.W. Soong, founder and president of Anew Technology, is a specialist in e-business consulting and development, IT training, and technology related business development.

Dr. David Zhang has 18 years' experience developing large-scale database applications, including online transaction processing systems and data warehouses.

Shija Sam Zhu, manager of technologies and methods at Delphi Technology, has been a software developer for over 20 years.
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