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Welcome to Pro ASP.NET 2.0 in VB 2005, Special Edition. In this book, youll learn how ASP.NET 2.0 really works. You wont be bored with a rehash of the Visual Basic 2005 language; instead, youll get the hard-won practical advice that you need to build sophisticated, scalable websites. New features are clearly identified, so if youve programmed with a previous version of ASP.NET, youll sail through the basics and get right to the most important changes and enhancements.
Youll also dig into advanced topics that other ASP.NET books leave out, like custom control creation, image handling, and encryption. Youll spend two complete chapters learning to make highly responsive pages with Ajax techniques and exploring Microsofts next-generation Atlas platform. Theres no better way to prepare for the future of the Web.
For this Special Edition of the book, weve also included a bonus CD containing a host of valuable extras to help you really get to grips with the technology:
- A carefully selected library of chapters from 8 other Apress Pro and Expert titles designed to complement this book and broaden your knowledge of ASP.NET 2.0, C# 2005, VB 2005, and SQL Server 2005. Thats over 2,000 information-rich pages in eBook form. All fully supported with code samples on apress.com.
- An eBook copy of ASPToday.com on ASP.NET 2.0 containing 33 articles covering ASP.NET 2.0 and SQL Server 2005 from Apress ASPToday website. ASPToday specializes in publishing quality articles for ASP developers. This is the first time this material is being made available in eBook form.
- A full selection of our .NET 2.0 roadmaps that illustrate how Apress books can be linked together by you, the reader, to create your own custom-made learning curve to help you master the technology areas you need to know.
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