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    Book Recommendation for ASP.Net / Studio.Net 2003

    Hello All,
    I'm just beginning to work w/ Visual Studio.Net 2003 to create interactive web pages. I have decent HTML knowledge and I've already purchased a VB.Net book (SAM's VB.Net in 24 hrs) to learn the scripting language. Does anyone have a recommendation for a nice beginner's book on how to create ASP.Net applications using Visual Studio.Net? My primary goal is to create a web based form that will connect to a database to save the submitted input. Thanks!

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    Thanks for all of the info, Iota. I appreciate it. I'll do some research on the books and hopefully find one or two to order. Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooleddie
    Thanks for all of the info, Iota. I appreciate it. I'll do some research on the books and hopefully find one or two to order. Thanks again.
    You're welcome. We're in the best forum community.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooleddie
    I have decent HTML knowledge and I've already purchased a VB.Net book (SAM's VB.Net in 24 hrs)
    Ive got this. I definetly recommend any begginer to get it as it starts from the very basics and works into creating your own guestbook.

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    http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg...93666?v=glance

    Don't look at the title, it's as professional as hello world.
    It features step by step explanations on how to add a text box to a form and full code listings with win/web form designer generated code.

    It covers all areas like creating a simple web page, a simple web service, a simple this and a simple that.

    Perfect choice for a novice i suppose.


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