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Building a Web 2.0 Portal with ASP.Net 3.5: None

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A book by Omar AL Zabir

Web 2.0 entrepreneur and Microsoft MVP Omar Zabir shows ASP.NET 2.0 developers how to build a cutting edge web portal using ASP.NET, the Microsoft AJAX Framework, Silverlight, and .NET 3.5. First title to show ASP.NET developers how to implement Web … see full wiki

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Author: Omar AL Zabir
Genre: Computers & Internet
Publisher: O'Reilly Media
1 review about Building a Web 2.0 Portal with ASP.Net 3.5:...

ESSENTIAL For ASP.NET Web Developers/Admins!!!

  • Oct 30, 2008
Wow this is a great book.

When I first opened up 'Building a Web 2.0 Portal with ASP.NET 3.5' I expected this to be just any old ASP.NET web development/admin book but I was very pleasantly surprised.

Brevity is the champ here, with this book coming in at just under 300 pages but man the content is dense. The focus is on managing and developing your ASP.NET 2.0 portal (as the title suggests). Here's a McKinnon Overview:

01. Introducing Web Portals
02. Architecting the Web Portal
03. Building the Web Layer Using ASP.NET AJAX
04. Building the Data and Business Layers Using .NET 3.5
05. Building Client-Side Widgets
06. Optimizing ASP.NET AJAX
07. Creating Good Web Services
08. Improving Server-Side Performance
09. Improving Client-Side Performance
10. Solving Common Challenges

The focus is on portal development but I feel that all the content within is applicable to all .NET web developers. Applying Web 2.0 concepts, you will learn how to architect more efficient solutions in todays web world. You will learn the ins and outs and it will be fun at that.

Great book, pick it up today.


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