Lorin Thwaits filmed Scott Guthrie with his camcorder on May 19 in Scottsdale, Arizona at an event which was called "BetaDays". Scott was the keynote speaker, and did a tremendous job, Lorin says, of showcasing many useful features in the new version of
If you have been developing with ASP.Net you may have used some custom built page templating system. Now in ASP.Net 2.0 the templating functionality is built in and its called
Master Pages. Thom Robbins provides a simple demonstration of what they look like in VS2005.
In this lesson, you will continue the work on the Quiz Engine, adding the ability to save test results and other functionality. This will allow you to exercise the skills developed in the earlier videos. Source (C#)Source (VB)
In this lesson, you will begin to lay out the web pages for the Quiz Engine and create some of the initial code required. This will allow you to exercise the skills developed in the earlier videos. Source (C#)Source (VB)
Faris Sweiss is an SDET lead on the Web Platform and Tools team. The folks who bring you ASP.NET. At about 31:00 he takes us on a tour of the ASP.NET testing and meet the folks who are making sure that everything is working right.
In this lesson, you will explore the new membership capabilities of ASP.NET 2.0. In addition, you will learn about role-based security, and how you can use roles to control access to your web site. Source (C#)Source (VB)
As part of our birthday celebration, we took a trip back to see Scott Guthrie, Product Unit Manager on Web Platform and Tools team, and get a demo of the next version of ASP.NET (er, Visual Studio 2005 for Web Development).
We specifically talk about Web Standards Features in the next version of…