Chapter 11. Designing and Implementing Web Applications

“Design . . . is a recognition of the relation between various things. . . . You can’t invent a design. You recognize it, in the fourth dimension. That is, with your blood and your bones, as well as with your eyes.”—D. H. Lawrence, Art & Morality

ASP.NET is such a full-featured Web development technology that it is quite tempting to focus exclusively on examining the individual features that make up ASP.NET. This chapter shifts the focus away from individual controls and classes and instead examines some of the issues involved in creating a more complex Web application with ASP.NET. The chapter begins with the design of Web applications and some common layering models for Web applications ...

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