Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Learning AspNet 20 with Ajax or Microsoft Office Publisher 2003 Illustrated Introductory

Learning Asp.Net 2.0 with Ajax: A Practical Hands-On Guide

Author: Jesse Liberty

With this book, web developers can build engaging and interactive sites and applications using Microsoft's latest web development tools -- ASP.NET 2.0 and the new ASP.NET AJAX framework. You learn to create applications that have all the great tricks you see on popular commercial web sites, such as order forms and the ability to interact with a database. And you can build pages that display information interactively without a page refresh. This straightforward tutorial explains how. Learning ASP.NET 2.0 with AJAX helps you master the concepts and techniques of Microsoft's tools with plenty of annotated examples, review quizzes, web construction exercises and chapter summaries, so you can practice new skills and test your understanding as you go. With it, you'll learn to: Master the fundamental skills of ASP.NET 2.0 to build professional quality web applications Integrate new Ajax tools and CSS with ASP.NET 2.0 for flashier and more interactive sites Build applications with minimal coding using Visual Studio or its free counterpart, Visual Web Developer Connect your site with a database so that users can retrieve, interact and save data Debug your application, deal with unexpected problems, and protect your site from malicious users Use the community-maintained ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit to extend the controls that come with ASP.NET AJAX Use personalization tools to give your site a customized look for each user Ideal for beginning web developers, or those who are new to ASP.NET, this book gets you involved with your own learning through hands-on lessons that are clear and to the point. You get the chance to try out new techniques on the spot. Want to join the world of modernwebdevelopment? This book will get you started.

See also: Hyperactivity or Yoga

Microsoft Office Publisher 2003 ? Illustrated Introductory

Author: Elizabeth Eisner Reding

Part of the Illustrated series, this text offers a visual, flexible way to build Microsoft Publisher 2003 skills. Lessons are presented in a clean, easy-to-follow 2-page spread layout that features action steps on the left-hand page and colorful, large illustrations and screen shots on the right-hand page.

Table of Contents:
Unit AGetting started with Microsoft Office Publisher 20031
Unit BCreating a publication25
Unit CWorking with text49
Unit DWorking with graphic objects75
Unit EEnhancing a publication101
Unit FImproving a design127
Unit GWorking with multiple pages149
Unit HUsing advanced features175
Unit IWorking efficiently201
Unit JCreating Web documents225

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