Item description for ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts in Action: Building Dynamic Web Portals (In Action) by Darren Neimke...
"A must-buy for every ASP.NET developer using Web Parts." Scott Guthrie General Manager Microsoft Developer Division
"Squeezes the full potential out of ASP.NET Web Parts." Andres Sanabria Lead Program Manager ASP.NET and Server Application Frameworks
Using Web Parts, ASP.NET developers can create portals with the same advanced features found in sites such as Live.com and Google ig.
ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts in Action demystifies portal design, development, maintenance, and deployment. In over 400 code-packed pages, ASP.NET expert Darren Neimke shares his deep understanding of the controls and services that make up the portal framework.
This book will help you to code like a guru but think like a user. For example, you'll discover how to use Web Parts to reduce four-step actions to a single click with a strategically-placed edit button. Learn to balance features and usability to make your portals both look good and work well.
ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts in Action gives you the tools you need to move your ideas off the whiteboard and bring them to life. Find out how to provide the personalization options your users want while preserving the look and feel of your portals with solid designs and custom chrome. Create usable information dashboards and tackle tough interoperability questions with confidence.
All the information in this book is performance-tested. Author Darren Neimke walks you through Web Parts concepts including static and dynamic connections, WebPartManager, SQLPersonalizationProvider, and the hot new ASP.NET Atlas framework.
Whether you're creating custom solutions or adding Web Parts to SharePoint 2007, exploring Atlas or dabbling in gadgets, ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts in Action will get you started and guide you as you build successful portals using ASP.NET Web Parts.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.2" Width: 7.4" Height: 0.9" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Oct 27, 2006
Publisher Manning Publications
ISBN 193239477X ISBN13 9781932394771
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Reviews - What do customers think about ASP.NET 2.0 Web Parts in Action: Building Dynamic Web Portals (In Action)?
Really helpful Jan 15, 2008
When I first started looking at Web Parts I couldn't quite grasp how they were different from other web technology. Darren was able to clearly describe how individual parts are created, and how to integrate them into a cohesive whole and helped me enormously in building modern websites.
My Go-To Reference Time and Time Again Jan 15, 2008
When I began to work on a web portal using .NET 2.0 in mid-2006, I found out about this book and anxiously awaited it's publishing. I wasn't disappointed. The material covered in this book goes into such great detail and is so full of great ideas that I recommended the re-writing of our portal using Darren's book as a basis of our new design. This was money well spent.
Complete Guide for ASP Web Parts Jan 10, 2008
This a very thorough and complete guide to ASP 2.0 Web Parts. After reading this book, I gained more knowledge than reading countless internet articles, numerous blogs and a few cumbersome books on subject. This book is a MUST Buy for anyone who needs to understand and/ or implement ASP 2.0 Web Parts. One added new value is the concepts outlined in his book also work on ASP 3.5.
A must buy book if your working with webparts Sep 11, 2007
A must buy book if your working with webparts. Darren (The author) is also extremely helpful if you post web part related questions on his forum. The book is clear, concise and well organised. You will not be disapointed!
Ps. I have bought many many tech reference books from this site over the years. This is the first time I have ever posted a review. This book has been an invaluable reference for a large project I am currently working on.
Paul Hale (Domainscanners)
Excellent introduction on web parts Aug 30, 2007
An all in one great introduction to web parts and even to some advanced techniques.
Web parts are a strong web UI element and this book has done a great job of talking about ALL the things that are necessary for proper web parts development.