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High Performance Single Page Web Applications

High Performance Single Page Web Applications

The world needs a new, mobile first approach to web development that places a high priority on performance, touchand cross-device functionality. Classic web development techniques need to be abandoned and replaced withnew attitudes and architecture. Single Page Web Applications are an emerging trend, a deviation from traditionalweb development. The mass adoption of mobile, touch enabled devices combined with the pressure created bynative application popularity means the classic web site is an artifact of the past.

ASP.NET 3.5 Website Programming: Problem - Design - Solution

ASP.NET 3.5 Website Programming: Problem - Design - Solution

Uses the popular Problem;Design;Solution format to help readers, especially those who know how to code specificASP.NET features, learn to "put it all together" into a complete Web application Emphasizes n-tier ASP.NETWeb application architectural design, something intermediate and advanced ASP.NET developers need and can'tfind anywhere else Current edition is the most popular and discussed book in the p2p.wrox.com reader discussionforums Covers registration and membership system, user-selectable themes, content management systems, polls,mailing lists, forums, e-commerce stores, shopping carts, order management with real-time credit-card processing,localization, and other site features Developers also learn to handle master pages, themes, profiles, Webparts, server-side UI controls, compilation, deployment, instrumentation, error handling and logging, dataaccess with ADO.NET and LINQ, ASP.NET AJAX, and much more.

ASP.NET 2.0: Your visual blueprint for developing Web applications

ASP.NET 2.0: Your visual blueprint for developing Web applications

Only Visual Blueprint takes a visual approach to professional-level computer topics, and this guide demonstratesover 150 key ASP.NET 2.0 techniques with step-by-step screen shots. You'll see how to add a page to a Website, write and read user cookies, collect user input with checkboxes, create an image map, display datain the GridView, reset user passwords, format the CreateUser Wizard, use nesting master pages, handle errors,build a Web service, and put together a terrific site.