March 28, 2006

Great ASP.NET 2.0 Tutorial Videos Online

There are some exceptionally good videos especially for those who want to jump-start .NET 2.0. Check it out and explore some really cool features associated with .net 2.0



Data Access – Create a new database from scratch, define a table, populate it with data.....


Master Pages and Site Navigation
– Create a consistent master page layout
for a site using the new ASP.NET Master Pages Feature.
Then create a site navigation menu using site navigation and the new TreeView
control.


Membership and Roles
– Add an authentication and authorization system to
a site from scratch, and implement login, create user, change password, password
reset, and role based security in a secure way.


Profiles and Themes
– Enable per-user profile personalization on a site.
Then use this together with the new Themes/Skins feature to allow a visiting user
to customize and personalize the look and feel of a site.



Web Parts and Personalization
– Enable customizable drag/drop portal UI within
web-pages, and allow visiting users to customize the information experience they
see.


Output Caching and SQL Cache Invalidation
– Learn how to use the output caching
feature in ASP.NET, as well as the new SQL Cache Invalidation support to build
super efficient output cached pages that stay in sync with the data within your
database.


Partial Page Caching
– Learn how to use the Partial Page output caching with
ASP.NET to enable regions of a page to be cached, while also allowing other portions
of the page to stay dynamic.


Localization
– Learn how to build culture-aware and locale specific applications
using ASP.NET 2.0.


Wizard and Validation Control
s – Build a canonical form data registration
page using the new ASP.NET 2.0 Wizard control and validation control features.



Tips and Tricks
– This video highlights a number of cool new features in
ASP.NET 2.0, including: cross-page postback support, file uploading, the MultiView
control, encrypting web.config settings, and more.



AJAX Update:


Atlas
-- This video shows building a todo Task List using Atlas, the new ASP.NET
AJAX framework.

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