Absolute Beginner's Series VWD Additional Material

Absolute Beginner's Series VWD Additional Material 1.0

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Additional material to the Absolute Beginner’s Series VWD VB course
 
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Absolute Beginner’s Series VWD VB (Visual Web Developer Visual Basic) is a collection of fourteen lessons created by MSDN (Microsoft Developer Network). The course provides an introduction to Visual Web Developer 2005 Express Edition, and is oriented to people interested in designing and building ASP.NET Web sites. The following are the lessons’ titles:
Lesson 1: Getting Started.
Lesson 2: Creating a User Interface.
Lesson 3: Events and Postback.
Lesson 4: Web Application State.
Lesson 5: Debugging and Tracing.
Lesson 6: Style sheets and Master Pages.
Lesson 7: Databinding.
Lesson 8: GridView and FormView Controls.
Lesson 9: Membership and Login Controls.
Lesson 10: Configuring, Building and Deploying.
Lessons 11 to 14: Building a Quiz engine.
You can either take these lessons on-line from the MSDN web page, or you can download them to your computer, so you don’t need to be connected during your study time.
Besides the lessons, the course offers this additional material to enrich the learning experience. The purpose of the Additional Material is to put together some helpful information about Toolbars and Menus in one document, and ASP.NET basics in another. When you download and install this additional material, one new folder named “Absolute Beginner’s Series VWD Additional Material” will be created with the following three files:
1. “Cheat Sheet – ASPNET Basics.pdf”, a 2 pages PDF document;
2. “Cheat Sheet - VWD Toolbar and Menus.pdf”, a single page PDF document;
3. “EULA.ftr”, a Rich Text Format document containing license information;
These Cheat Sheets are ready-to-print documents, so if you print them, they’ll become into a handy tool to have on the desk when you take the lessons. You will be able to quickly refer to them for help at any time.

Lionel Mira
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Review summary

Pros

  • Ready to print documents
  • Handy format
  • Helpful information

Cons

  • Material available in English only
  • Not very promoted to use
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