Chapter 13. Creating ASP.NET User Interfaces

Visual Studio 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0 represent a major overhaul of all .NET web development. Every place you turn—controls, security, data binding, configuration—you name it, there is something new for web developers. These additions and changes provide additional productivity and confidence in building web applications with .NET.

This chapter is focused on creating user interfaces with ASP.NET. We first cover the basics around defining web projects and web forms. We then move on to designing a cohesive UI with master pages, themes, and web parts. Finally, we focus on ...

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