In this chapter, you'll learn:
Which books we recommend for people who want to learn how to create ASP.NET 2.0 Web Forms applications.
by Jacob J. Sanford. This book is for anyone who wants to learn about using .NET for web interface design. Beginner or hobbyist .NET developers can certainly get a good foundation of .NET web interface design by going through this book from cover to cover. However, more seasoned .NET professionals, especially if they tend to steer away from the GUI of their projects, can also pick up a thing or two by focusing on certain chapters that appeal to them. This book is meant to take a reader from the beginning of a project to the completion of the interface design.
by Shahram Khosravi. The ASP.NET 2.0 Framework introduced web developers to dozens of new server controls and components, and a greatly expanded and easier structure for writing their own server controls and components. Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Server Control and Component Development covers the breadth of server control functionality as well as the rest of the membership, role management, SchemaImporterExtension, and so on – the functionality referred to as components. Written for the experienced ASP.NET developer, Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Server Control and Component Development will show you how to write your first sever control or custom component.
by Peter Vogel. This book examines how to secure and integrate Web Parts into other Windows systems (SQL Server, Office, ASP.NET, Content Manager), presents developers with an understanding of how Web Parts work and how they can be developed.