After completing this chapter, you will be able to:
Create simple Microsoft ASP.NET pages.
Build applications that run in a Web browser.
Use ASP.NET Server controls efficiently.
Create and apply ASP.NET themes.
In the previous sections of this book, you have seen how to build Microsoft Visual C# applications that run in the Microsoft Windows environment on the desktop. These applications typically allow a user to gain access to a database by using ADO.NET and DLINQ. In this final part of the book, you will consider the world of Web applications. These are applications that are accessed over the Internet. Rather than using the desktop, Web applications rely on a Web browser to provide the user interface.
In the first three ...