Chapter 3. Designing Data Strategies and Structures

All web applications provide data to users, and most collect input from users, too. Although accessing data is a common task, designing data access, presentation, and validation is a complex topic. If you make poor choices during the design phase, the application can still work, but development or maintenance might be more costly, input errors might cause data integrity problems, or malicious attackers might compromise the security.

This objective domain provides an overview of data access, presentation, and validation technologies, and describes the scenarios for which each technology is best suited. Like the 70-515 exam, “Web Applications Development with Microsoft .NET Framework 4,” most of ...

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