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 Top 10 ASP.NET Books 
Professional ASP.NET 1.1
Essential ASP.NET With Examples in C#
ASP.NET Unleashed
Programming Data Driven Web Applications with ASP.NET
Professional ASP.NET Web Services
Beginning ASP.NET 1.1 with Visual C# .NET 2003
Programming Microsoft ASP.NET
Beginning ASP.NET Databases Using VB.NET
ASP.NET Security
Developing Microsoft ASP.NET Server Controls and Components
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ASP.Net Books
Professional ASP.NET 1.1
By Alex Homer, Dave Sussman, Rob Howard, Brian Francis, Karli Watson, Richard Anderson

Guide enables readers to take full advantage of the power and possibilities of ASP.NET 1.1. Discusses ASP.NET Web pages, server controls, data management, Web services, debugging, performance, migration, and real-world applications. For programmers. Softcover.
Essential ASP.NET With Examples in C#
By Fritz Onion

Essential ASP.NET with Examples in C# is the C# programmer's definitive reference for ASP.NET through version 1.1. It provides experienced programmers with the information needed to fully understand the technology, and is a clear guide to using ASP.NET to build robust and well architected Web applications.
ASP.NET Unleashed
By Stephen Walther

A well-known expert in the ASP development community, best-selling author Stephen Walther brings his experience as an ASP.NET trainer to the new edition of ASP.NET Unleashed. With this update to the highly regarded ASP.NET book, readers learn the advanced features of ASP.NET 1.1, and how to apply them in their own Internet applications. This in-depth, code-intensive title covers a broad range of advanced ASP.NET topics with samples now available in both VB.NET and C#.
Programming Data Driven Web Applications with ASP.NET
By Donny Mack, Doug Seven

Programming Data-Driven Web Applications with ASP.NET provides readers with a solid understanding of ASP.NET and how to effectively integrate databases with their Web sites. The key to making information instantly available on the Web is integrating the Web site and the database to work as one piece. The authors teach this using ASP.NET, server-side controls, ADO+, XML, and SOAP. The authors will teach readers how to manage data by using ASP.NET forms, exposing data through ASP+ Web Services, working with BLOBs, and using cookies and other features to secure their data.
Professional ASP.NET Web Services
By Andreas Eide, Chris Miller, Bill Sempf, Srinivasa Sivakumar, Mike Batongbacal, Matthew Reynolds, Mike Clark, Brian Loesgen, Robert Eisenberg, Brandon Bohling, Russ Basiura, Don Lee (Contributor)

This book will show you how to create high-quality Web Services using ASP.NET. It describes the standards that are core to the Web Services architecture and examines how these standards are integrated into ASP.NET. The processes involved in building and consuming Web Services are discussed along with in-depth code examples. The book concludes with three case studies, each examining a different application of Web Services, and presenting a complete solution.
Beginning ASP.NET 1.1 with Visual C# .NET 2003
By Chris Ullman, John Kauffman, Chris Hart, Dave Sussman, Daniel Maharry

This hands-on guide teaches you how to build custom ASP.NET Web sites from the ground up. An expert team of authors uses their extensive ASP.NET programming experience to give you hands-on instruction in the best way to create Web sites with ASP.NET and C#. This completely updated edition features new examples, and all code is written and tested for ASP.NET version 1.1.
Programming Microsoft ASP.NET
By Dino Esposito

Explains how to build web applications with the ASP.NET platform and Visual Studio .NET 2003. The author describes the structure of an ASP.NET page, the basics of the ASP.NET model and its controls, the ADO.NET object model for adding data support, web user controls, and mobile controls. The second half of the book discusses configuration, security, state management, file I/O, web services, custom controls, image processing, HTTP handlers and models, and hosting ASP.NET outside internet information services (IIS).Copyright © 2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Beginning ASP.NET Databases Using VB.NET
By John Kauffman, Fabio Claudio Ferracchiati, Brian Matsik, Eric N. Mintz, Jan D. Narkiewicz, Kent Tegels, Donald Xie, John West, Jesudas Chinnathampi, James Greenwood

This book is for people who have some experience of programming ASP.NET with Visual Basic .NET, are familiar with the operation of the .NET Framework, and want to learn how to use ASP.NET to make data-centric web applications. No prior knowledge of database programming is necessary.
ASP.NET Security
By Brady Gaster, Dan Kent, Doug Seven, Enrico Sabbadin, Richard Conway, Russ Basiura, Sitaraman Lakshminarayanan, Srinivasa Sivakumar

If you are building web applications or web services with ASP.NET and you want to keep them secure, this is the book for you. This book will show you how to make effective use of the security framework provided by ASP.NET.We cover the key technologies for authentication (identifying users) and authorization (controlling access to recources). We also show how we can use other ASP.NET features to keep our applications secure.
Developing Microsoft ASP.NET Server Controls and Components
By Nikhil/Datye, V. Kothari, Nikhil Kothari, Vandana Datye

Written for experienced programmers, this guide begins with a detailed introduction to the ASP.NET web page programming model and architecture, then walks through the nuts and bolts of leveraging and building ASP.NET server controls. It also shows how to implement advanced design-time features that provide rapid application development (RAD) capabilities to server controls, and how to incorporate XML web services and the HTTP runtime into server controls. The last two chapters provide examples of data-bound templated controls and DHTML-based server controls.
ASP.NET Distributed Data Applications
By Alex Homer, Dave Sussman

This book will inspire you with a range of ideas on how data can be used to drive Web applications, and how that data can be most effectively utilized at each level of the design. Inefficient data use leads to the sort of slow, unresponsive Web applications that nobody enjoys using. By making good use of both server and client-side code, we can solve these problems. This book will arm you with the techniques you need to build Web applications that fly. The book is a voyage of exploration through almost all aspects of building ASP.NET applications that handle data and work across the Internet (or other HTTP networks, such as local Intranets). It takes a practical approach to building task-specific components, Web pages and Web applications based on a server running ASP.NET. The book focusses on n-tier architecture design and the way it can be coded, using SQL Server as a data source and simple Web server hardware.
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