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ASP.NET with Visual Basic Hub Site

The ASP.NET Hub is an expanding collection of articles to explain how to develop Visual Basic ASP.NET systems. The main Hub article is a short tutorial showing how to build a very basic web site using ASP.NET. The difference is that the main article is designed mainly as a container for links to other articles that explain the various parts of ASP.NET. The secondary articles, in turn, link to others for even more detail.

The ASP.NET Hub Site Main Page
The ASP.NET Hub is an expanding collection of articles to explain how to develop Visual Basic ASP.NET systems. This is the main Hub article. It's a short tutorial showing how to build a very basic web site using ASP.NET. The difference is that this article is designed mainly as a container for links to other articles that explain the various...

About the ASP.NET Hub Site
This page is a more detailed explanation of what the ASP.NET Hub site is all about.

ASP.NET and Visual Web Developer
The ASP.NET Hub is an expanding collection of articles to explain how to develop Visual Basic ASP.NET systems. This is the Visual Web Developer article. This article introduces Visual Web Developer for the Visual Basic programmer.

Visual Studio Development for ASP.NET with VB
The ASP.NET Hub is an expanding collection of articles to explain how to develop Visual Basic ASP.NET systems. This article introduces Visual Studio, Microsoft's development environment, with an emphasis on how it's used to create web pages with Visual Basic.

Using the Chart Control in ASP.NET
ASP.NET 4.0 has added the Chart control as a standard feature. It was available in ASP.NET 3.5 as a download. Writing the code for the charts themselves is reasonably complex, mainly because charts are reasonably complex. But the question that pops up most often isn't about the coding the charts. It's about how to make the Chart control work in the first place. That's what this article is about.

ASP.NET Web Parts
ASP.NET Web Parts is the trick you use to let people who visit your web page personalized it. It's used by lots of portal websites so that someone...

MVC in VB.NET Explained
MVC - Model View Controller - is a whole new way to write programs. It's as much a revolution in thinking as .NET was ten years ago. And, starting with Visual Studio 2010, it's a standard and supported technology with Microsoft. But since it changes the way you write programs so much, it's not easy to wrap your mind around. This article is...

ASP.NET Server Processing
The ASP.NET Hub is an expanding collection of articles to explain how to develop Visual Basic ASP.NET systems. The core of ASP.NET is the server processing and the dynamic interaction with the client that turns .aspx and .vb files into web pages. This article describes how that happens.

Using State in ASP.NET Web Pages
The entire web is inherently "stateless". In other words, after it sends the response to your web browser, the server flushes everything about your web page from memory and goes to the next task. Or does it? This ASP.NET Hub article explains what "state" is and how it's used in ASP.NET web pages. The ASP.NET Hub is an expanding collection of...

Using View State in ASP.NET Web Pages
The entire web is inherently "stateless". But there are several ways to maintain state in an ASP.NET application, including View State. This page tells you what View State is and how to use it. The ASP.NET Hub is an expanding collection of articles to explain how to develop Visual Basic ASP.NET systems.

Using Session State in ASP.NET Web Pages
The entire web is inherently "stateless". But there are several ways to maintain state in an ASP.NET application, including Session State. This page tells you what Session State is and how to use it. The ASP.NET Hub is an expanding collection of articles to explain how to develop Visual Basic ASP.NET systems.

Using Application State in ASP.NET Web Pages
The entire web is inherently "stateless". But there are several ways to maintain state in an ASP.NET application, including Application State. This page tells you what Application State is and how to use it. The ASP.NET Hub is an expanding collection of articles to explain how to develop Visual Basic ASP.NET systems.

Maintaining State With Profiles in ASP.NET Web Pages
The entire web is inherently "stateless". But there are several ways to maintain state in an ASP.NET application. Profiles are a way to maintain by-user state information. This page introduces ASP.NET profiles with an emphasis on maintaining state information using one. The ASP.NET Hub is an expanding collection of articles to explain how to...

ASP.NET Application - A Definition and Explanation
This article describes what is included in an ASP.NET "application". The concept of a web application is not the same as a rich client application and it is something that you need to consider in developing a website, especially when it comes to configuring the website using IIS. The ASP.NET Hub is an expanding collection of articles to explain...

The Global.asax File in ASP.NET Websites
The Global.asax file is used to execute code that isn't triggered by any specific event in any control, but rather depends on an event for the entire web application or session. This Hub Site article has more detail about what's in it and how it's used. The ASP.NET Hub is an expanding collection of articles to explain how to develop Visual...

Programming an ASP.NET TreeView
The TreeView class can be one of the most useful ways to organize information visually of any in VB.NET. You see it constantly on web pages, especially at Microsoft. The first article in this series covered the Windows forms version of TreeView. This article explains how to use a TreeView in ASP.NET.

Creating a Database with Visual Web Developer Database Explorer
Using the Database Explorer in Visual Web Developer to create a database is covered in this short article

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