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Building A Web 2.0 Portal With ASP.NET 3.5 (2008)

Call Number 005.276/ASP/AL ZABIR,O

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Published: Sebastopol, Calif. : O'Reilly Media, c2008
Edition:  1st. ed
Description:  xvi, 290 p. ; ill. ; 24 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780596510503 (pbk.), 0596510500 (pbk.),
Language:  English

Includes index

"Learn how to build a state-of-the-art Ajax web site using ASP.NET, .NET 3.5, LINQ, Windows WF, and more"--Cover

"This guide provides a master class in site building with ASP.NET 3.5 and other cutting-edge Microsoft technologies. It teaches you how to develop rock-solid web portal applications that can withstand millions of hits every day while surviving scalability and security pressures--not just for mass-consumer home pages, but also for dashboards that deliverpowerful content aggregation for enterprises."--Back cover

Provides information on building an Ajax-based Web site using ASP.NET 3.5

Introducing web portals and Dropthings.com -- Architecting the web portal and widgets -- Building the web layer using ASP.NET AJAX -- Building the data and business layers using .NET 3.5 -- Building client-side widgets -- Optimizing ASP.NET AJAX -- Creating asynchronous, transactional, cache-friendly web services -- Improving server-side performance and scalability -- Improving client-side performance -- Solving common deployment, hosting, and production challenges Related Searches:
Active server pages
Web site development
Microsoft .NET
Web portals
Management -- Computer network resources
Internet programming
Web sites -- Design
Added--20080303 anf

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