Last post Mar 27, 2008 07:36 PM by maccutchan
Mar 21, 2008 05:10 AM|maccutchan|LINK
Hi, I have covered developing websites using Visual Web Developer 2005 and understand the basics of ASP.NET and how it works, I know HTML and CSS inside out, and used to do some development in PHP. The area I am weak in is writing the C# code on the code
behind pages. For example if I needed to write some code to respond to page load or on click events. Or, if I needed to write a class to, for instance, get some data from a database. Does anyone know of a book that covers this without going through the GUI
and website basics again?
Mar 21, 2008 08:01 AM|SGWellens|LINK
Try this link:
.NET Book Zero
What the C or C++ Programmer Needs to
Know about C# and the .NET Framework
Mar 21, 2008 08:36 AM|Suprotim Agarwal|LINK
Check out Wrox - Professional ASP.NET With C#. Skip the early chapter
if you already know that stuff.
If the wrox ASP.NET 3.5 version is not available in your region, go in for ASP.NET 2.0
Mar 27, 2008 11:50 AM|byte1234|LINK
Just wondering..what is the approach you develop when reading a programming book.?
Do you try every code given in the book or try to follow steps given in the book or just read through it as a novel.
Mar 27, 2008 07:36 PM|maccutchan|LINK
I work through the book like a text book, rather than a novel. If the code examples are of something obvious then I don't tend to run every single one, just the more complex stuff.