Create your own ASP.NET CMS with New Book from Packt

Thursday, July 23, 2009 | News | Content Management

ASP.NET 3.5 CMS Development is a new book from Packt aimed at helping developers build, manage and extend a Content Management System using ASP.NET and its features. Written by Curt Christianson and Jeff Cochran, this book will help developers set up users and groups within the application and explore management tools.

ASP.NET 3.5 web application framework that allows programmers to create dynamic websites, web applications, and web services. It is equipped with a built-in security system, standard design templates, and easy configurations for database connections, which makes it  an ideal language for building a Content Management System.

Readers will learn different ways to build and customize powerful websites, create valuable content and manage the layout of their site efficiently by using elements like Master Pages, Content Placeholders, Themes/Skins, Regions and Zones. The book explains the concepts of inheritance, site navigation, and website management from a single point using Administrator privileges. Developers will also learn the n-Tier architecture within Content Management Systems.

Using the code snippets and screen images, readers will explore the exciting alternatives to design and develop a Content Management System that allows them to administer Articles, Images and Files section. With the various management tools available, developers will be equipped to face all kinds of challenges that occur during the development process.

ASP.NET developers looking for a fast-paced guide to create their own, powerful Content Management System will find this book useful. This book is available from Packt. For more information, please visit: ASP.NET 3.5 CMS Development

ASP.NET 3.5 CMS Development
     Build, Manage, and Extend your own Content Management System

For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/asp-net-3-5-cms-development/book

 


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