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Web pages & the C# IDE

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I see that I can use the IDE of Visual C#.NET to develop web pages.
I realize that this is off topic here, however I don't know of another
place to ask my question, which is:

Where can I find / buy good literature / tutorial to teach me how to
use the C#.NET IDE to build web pages? I am not looking for a
500 page$ book full of non-essentials. I want to get down to
brass tacks asap.

Many thanks.

Nov 16 '05 #1
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www.asp.net has several good tutorial projects available for download. You
may
also find the Dot Net Nuke project useful from a learning perspective. That
can be downloaded here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/dnn/

As far as books go, I have two on ASP.Net that I've found quite useful. The
first is Professional ASP.Net 1.0 Special Edition from Wrox Publishing
(http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTit...64543962.html). I
believe there's an updated edition of this book for .Net 1.1, but I couldn't
find it on the Wrox site. The downside to this book is that it covers both
C# and VB.Net, but it does cover quite a bit of material, so all in all, it's
a good book I think.

The other book I've found worthwhile is Programming ASP.Net from O'Reilly
(http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/proga...t2/index.html). Compared to the
Wrox book, I don't think this one goes into as much depth on a lot of
subjects, but it's still a worthwhile book if you're looking to get up to
speed quickly.

Hope this info is helpful to you.

Cletus
"Adrian" wrote:
I see that I can use the IDE of Visual C#.NET to develop web pages.
I realize that this is off topic here, however I don't know of another
place to ask my question, which is:

Where can I find / buy good literature / tutorial to teach me how to
use the C#.NET IDE to build web pages? I am not looking for a
500 page$ book full of non-essentials. I want to get down to
brass tacks asap.

Many thanks.

Nov 16 '05 #2

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Many thanks for your response!
Adrian.

PS. Are you located in NL?

"Cletus Van Damme" <Cl************@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in
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www.asp.net has several good tutorial projects available for download. You may
also find the Dot Net Nuke project useful from a learning perspective. That can be downloaded here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/dnn/

As far as books go, I have two on ASP.Net that I've found quite useful. The first is Professional ASP.Net 1.0 Special Edition from Wrox Publishing
(http://www.wrox.com/WileyCDA/WroxTit...64543962.html). I
believe there's an updated edition of this book for .Net 1.1, but I couldn't find it on the Wrox site. The downside to this book is that it covers both C# and VB.Net, but it does cover quite a bit of material, so all in all, it's a good book I think.

The other book I've found worthwhile is Programming ASP.Net from O'Reilly
(http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/proga...t2/index.html). Compared to the Wrox book, I don't think this one goes into as much depth on a lot of
subjects, but it's still a worthwhile book if you're looking to get up to
speed quickly.

Hope this info is helpful to you.

Cletus
"Adrian" wrote:
I see that I can use the IDE of Visual C#.NET to develop web pages.
I realize that this is off topic here, however I don't know of another
place to ask my question, which is:

Where can I find / buy good literature / tutorial to teach me how to
use the C#.NET IDE to build web pages? I am not looking for a
500 page$ book full of non-essentials. I want to get down to
brass tacks asap.

Many thanks.

Nov 16 '05 #3

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Hi,

my favourite, and one that I think a lot of people love, is Essential
ASP.NET by Fritz Onion:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...87859?v=glance

a few comments here show you what a really cool book this is:
http://blogs.msdn.com/dmcdonald/arch...4/21/5889.aspx

cheers,
Michael

"Adrian" <aa@aa.aa> wrote in message
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I see that I can use the IDE of Visual C#.NET to develop web pages.
I realize that this is off topic here, however I don't know of another
place to ask my question, which is:

Where can I find / buy good literature / tutorial to teach me how to
use the C#.NET IDE to build web pages? I am not looking for a
500 page$ book full of non-essentials. I want to get down to
brass tacks asap.

Many thanks.

Nov 16 '05 #4

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Thanks for your suggestion re book to study. I have already ordered the
O'Reilly book. My experience with their books is that they are to
the point, and clear, although sometimes a lttle restricted in scope. If
the
book proves to be !ok I will buy yours as well. Thanks again for responding.

Adrian Niadra.

"Michael O'Brien" <mi**************@no-spam-hotmail.com> wrote in message
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Hi,

my favourite, and one that I think a lot of people love, is Essential
ASP.NET by Fritz Onion:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...87859?v=glance
a few comments here show you what a really cool book this is:
http://blogs.msdn.com/dmcdonald/arch...4/21/5889.aspx

cheers,
Michael

"Adrian" <aa@aa.aa> wrote in message
news:4c***************************@freeler.nl...
I see that I can use the IDE of Visual C#.NET to develop web pages.
I realize that this is off topic here, however I don't know of another
place to ask my question, which is:

Where can I find / buy good literature / tutorial to teach me how to
use the C#.NET IDE to build web pages? I am not looking for a
500 page$ book full of non-essentials. I want to get down to
brass tacks asap.

Many thanks.


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