This book examines how the Ajax technology and the .NET Framework can work in tandem. It thoroughly covers the XMLHttpRequest processes and the .NET 2.0 class libraries, and shows you how to turn theory into practice and concepts into code, with samples that duplicate many new web technologies.
Practical ASP.NET Web API is a down-to-earth introduction to using the Web API to solve common professional problems. Taking a code-centric approach and emphasizing the way that you create, build and run code in the real world, you'll learn the fundamentals of Web API by seeing them in action and working with them in a hands-on way.
Have you got an idea for a great mobile site, or an existing site that you want to adapt for mobile? With Mobile ASP.NET MVC 4, learn to overcome the challenges presented by the wide range of mobile devices out there today, and give your users content designed to work for them and make the most of their devices' capabilities.
HTML5 Programming for ASP.NET Developers teaches you to harness the power and flexibility of HTML5 in your ASP.NET Web Forms and ASP.NET MVC applications. Focusing on the programmable features of HTML5 that will be most useful to you as an ASP.NET developer, this book will take you straight to the heart of what you can get out of this new technology.
This book introduces a fast-track path to understanding Atlas, and how this technology can increase the power and functionality of your code while conserving time and effort. You'll be guided through a series of practical examples that demonstrate the Atlas framework and available controls.
In Rockford Lhotka's Expert VB 2008 Business Objects, you'll learn how to use advanced .NET Framework capabilities alongside object-oriented design and programming to create scalable, maintainable object-oriented applications.
Many books describe the basic techniques for working with data in ASP.NET. However, this book goes not just a step further, but in fact takes you on a complete journey by exploring how to provide the user with the best possible client-side experience when working with data.