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new features:

Navigation: ASP.NET has a new higher-level model for creating site maps that describe our website. Once you    create a site map, you can use it with new navigation controls to let users move comfortably around your website 

Master pages: Need to implement a consistent look across multiple pages? With master

pages, you can define a template and reuse it effortlessly. On a similar note, ASP.NET

themes let you define a standardized set of appearance characteristics for controls,which you can apply across your website for a consistent look. Both features appear.

Data providers: Tired of managing the retrieval, format, and display of your data? With the new data provider model, you can extract information from a database and control how itís displayed without writing a single line of code. ASP.NET 2.0 also adds new data controls that are designed to show information with much less hassle (either in a grid or in a browser view that shows a single record at a time). Youíll learn more in Part 3.

Membership and profiles: ASP.NET adds a handful of new controls for managing security, allowing users to log in, register, and retrieve passwords without needing any custom code. Instead, you use the higher-level membership classes that ASP.NET provides (see Chapter 19). Profiles offer a similar high-level approach to help you store and retrieve user-specific information in your database, without writing any database

Portals: One common type of web application is the portal, which centralizes different information using separate panes on a single web page. Although you could create a portal website in ASP.NET 1.x, you needed to do it by hand. In ASP.NET 2.0, a new Web

Parts feature makes life dramatically easier .

Administration: To configure an application in ASP.NET 1.x, you needed to edit a

configuration file by hand. Although this process wasnít too difficult, ASP.NET 2.0

streamlines it with the WAT (Website Administration Tool), which works through a web page interface. Youíll be introduced to the WAT 

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Implementing AJAX Using ASP.NET 1.1

Atlas - Visual Feedback Using the UpdateProgress Control

Validation of Form in JavaScript.

ASP Page Life Cycle

Simple ASP.NET Login Page using C#

Login User Control - ASP.NET 2.0

WebMsgBox Class

INTERVIEW CORNER

 

 

 

other useful links

http://www.apress.com/book/download.html

http://15seconds.com/

http://www.davidhayden.com/davidhayden/default.aspx

http://www.nikhilk.net/

www.tizag.com/sqltutorials

http://www.codeguru.com/csharp/csharp/cs_data/


http://web.tickle.com/tests/

 

 

Programmers are often told not to reinvent the wheel, and that the best programmers borrow from others before they start to build something themselves.

----Ravisanker K.M