Getting started with ASP.NET
This tutorial guides you step by step to create an ASP.NET Web pages ,free training document under 62 pages by Erik Reitan.
Table of contents
- Introduction and Overview
- Tutorial Support and Comments
- Creating the Project
- ASP.NET Web Forms Background
- Creating, reviewing and running the new project
- Creating the database structure
- Initializing and seeding the database
- Customizing the UI using styles, graphics and a master page
- Adding pages and navigation
- Displaying menu details and product data
- Additional Resources
- Creating the Data Models
- Adding Image Files
- Adding a Data Control to Display Navigation Data
- Running the Application and Creating the Database
- Display Data Items and Details
- Adding Code to Display Products
- Running the Application
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