ASP.NET

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Ken Casada
Ken.Casada@microsoft.com

Developer Evangelist

Developer & Platform Evangelism

Microsoft Switzerland

ASP.NET

Overview

Agenda

Introduction

Master Pages

Data access

Caching

Site navigation

Security: users and roles

Themes/Skin

AJAX Support

ASP.NET (Active Server Pages.NET)

Web Application Framework (part of .NET
Framework


current Version 3.5 SP1
)

to build dynamic web sites and web services

Tools

Visual Web Developer 2008 Express Edition
(for free)

Visual Studio 2008 Professional

Visual Studio 2008 Team System

Solution deployed on IIS (For
development no IIS required


Built
-
in
ASP.NET web server)




Visual Studio 2008 tour

ASP.NET Server Controls

Server Controls encapsulate both
behaviour and rendering

Declarative, specified by
runat=“server”

Generate HTML that is sent to the client

Can support multiple client types








Web App

Master Pages Work

Design time

<%@ Master %>

MySite.master

Header

Footer

Navigation

<
asp:ContentPlaceHolder

Id=
MainContent

/>

Default.aspx

<asp:Content

ContentPlaceHolderId=
MainContent


/>

<%@ Page MasterPageFile=“~/
MySite.master
” %>

How Master Pages Work

Runtime

http://serverName/SiteName/Default.aspx

Header

Footer

Navigation

Default page content

Default.aspx’s content replace the
contentPlaceholder of the master page at
runtime

Master Pages

Data Controls

Data
Source Controls:

<
asp:SqlDatasource
>

<
asp:AccessDatasource
>

<
asp:XmlDatasource
>

<
asp:SitemapDatasource
>

<
asp:ObjectDatasource
>

<
asp:LinqDatasource
>

<
asp:EntityDatasource
>


Data
Bound Controls:

<
asp:gridview
>

<
asp:detailsview
>

<
asp:treeview
>

<
asp:menu
>…

Data Source Controls

Declarative ("no
-
code") data binding



Part of .aspx files

Sql
-

DataSource

SQL

Databases

Object
-

DataSource

Any

Data

Data

Component

Access
-

DataSource

Xml
-

DataSource

SiteMap
-

DataSource

Access

Databases

XML

Data

Site Maps

Site Map

Provider

Data Controls

Site Navigation

Built
-
in site layout and navigation system

Built
-
in support for XML site description (
App.SiteMap
)

Provider model for alternate stores (example: database)

Programmatic API Enables Access to Site Layout

Where you are in the site, link structure, paths, etc.



Rich server controls encapsulate common tasks

<
asp:SiteMapPath
>
--

Bread
-
Crumb Control

<
asp:SiteMapDatasource
>
--

DataSource

Control

<
asp:treeview
>
--

Hierarchical tree control

<
asp:menu
>
--

Rich navigation menu control

<
asp:wizard
>
--

Control for multi
-
step state processes

Site Navigation

Login Controls (Users & Roles)

Control suite built on Membership/Roles APIs:

<
asp:login
>
--

Login Form

<
asp:loginname
>
--

Output authenticated name

<
asp:loginstatus
>
--

Indicate whether authenticated

<
asp:loginview
>
--

Template driven views

<
asp:passwordrecovery
>
--

Email lost password

<
asp:createuser
>
--

Create new account

<
asp:changepassword
>
--

Change password


Security

Themes/Skinning

Themes are rich skin templates that can be applied
to pages and controls

Enable customization of both style and structure

Can be dynamically set at runtime (personalization)


Themes encapsulated within .skin files

Stored within
\
themes directory of application

Contain pre
-
defined set of control property values

Theme picked via “
Page.Theme
” property

Themes

What is ASP.NET AJAX?

High Productivity AJAX Development Framework

Fewer concepts, fewer lines of code

Application and UI building blocks for common scenarios

Builds on Top of ASP.NET 2.0


Well integrated with design and development tools


Seamlessly integrated application model

Works with ASP.NET pages and server controls

Allows access to ASP.NET web services and components


Standards
-
Based:
Works Cross
-
Browser!

A Framework for building Richer, more

Interactive, Standards
-
based Web Experiences

AJAX

References

ASP.NET
Quickstart

Tutorial
!



ASP.NET on MSDN


Visit
www.asp.net/

for more info


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www.iis.net/php
)

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