Migracja z ASP do ASP.NET

Migracja z ASP do ASP.NET

 Jakub Hryciuk
Jakub Hryciuk
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13.07.2006
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Creating Windows Applications
In this lab, you will create, debug and deploy a Windows application using the Visual Studio .NET Integrated Development Environment (IDE).

Creating ASP.NET Web Applications
In this lab, you will create a Web application to manage a list of products as part of a Sales Order System. You will also learn how to create and deploy this Web application.

Creating Pocket PC Applications
In this lab, you will develop applications for mobile devices, such as PDAs, using Smart Device Programmability features of Visual Studio .NET 2003.

Creating Mobile Applications
In this lab you will build a mobile Web application that allows users to calculate their monthly mortgage payment from any mobile device, including cell phones, pagers and PDAs. ASP.NET mobile controls extend ASP.NET and Visual Studio .NET 2003 IDE to make it fast and easy to build mobile Web applications.

Creating and Using XML Web Services
In this lab, you will learn how to create an XML Web Service and access it using C#.

ASP.NET Creating User Controls
User controls are controls that you can define using the same programming techniques that you use to write Web Forms pages for your applications. You can create Web user controls when you need to create reusable pieces of UI that will be used throughout your application. A user control can contain HTML, server controls, and event-handling logic. Like a compiled control, it can expose properties that the host Web Forms page can set.

Data Access using ADO.NET
This lab provides you with an overview of ADO.NET. The first exercise provides a brief introduction to ADO.NET and subsequent exercises delve into details on how to perform different database operations such as insert, update and delete of database records, performing database transaction. The lab also discusses programmatically creating DataSet, DataAdapter, DataReader, Command objects and work with the DataGrid control.


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