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How Do I: Work with Nested Master Pages to Create Standard Content Layouts

In this video Chris Pels will show how to use nested master pages to create individual master pages that represent
different standard content layouts for a web site. First, see how several major commercial web sites use a standard
set of content layouts. Next, see how to nest a master page within another master page, and use the design time
support in Visual Studio 2008. Then, learn the considerations for establishing a “page architecture” which represents
the major types of content layout used in a sample web site. Once that definition is complete see how to structure
the nested master pages so developers can then select a master page, resulting in a standardized and consistent
display of content for a web site.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 30 minutes, 47 seconds

Date: 19 June 2008


How Do I: Detect Browser Capabilities in ASP.NET Web Pages

In this video Chris Pels will show how to determine what capabilities a user’s browser has when viewing pages in
an ASP.NET web site. First, learn how to access an instance of the HttpBrowserCapabilities object from the ASP.NET
Request object associated with the web page request. Next, see the different information available in the
HttpBrowserCapabilities object such as the type of browser and whether the user’s browser supports JavaScript
and Cookies. Then see an example of how to user this information about the user’s browser and determine if a
crawler is accessing the web site so it can be redirected to a crawler specific web page.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 14 minutes

Date: 19 June 2008


How Do I: Map an ASP.NET Server Control to the Adaptor Used to Render It

In this video Chris Pels will show how to use a control adaptor to provide different renderings for an ASP.NET
server control without actually changing the control itself. In this video, an ASP.NET BulletList control will be
adapted to display each list item horizontally using <div> elements instead of the traditional <ul> elements.
First, see how to create a class that inherits WebControlAdaptor and then implements the code to render the new
list format. Next, learn how to map the new control adaptor to the ASP.NET server control in the .browser definition
file. Then see how to use the new control adaptor on pages in a web site. Finally, learn how a control adaptor can
be associated with either all browsers or specific types of browsers.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 23 minutes, 46 seconds

Date: 19 June 2008


How Do I: Pass Information From One Page to Another Using a Query String

In this video Chris Pels will show how information can be passed from one page to another using a query string.
First, see how to construct a query string including variable names and values from information on a data entry
form. Next, see how to access the query string information when the page is posted including how multiple query
string variables are handled. As part of the server side processing of query string information, see how to
implement validation for existence of query string variables and if they contain the expected type of data.
Finally, learn how to pass special characters including a space and an ampersand in a query string by encoding
the string.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 25 minutes, 9 seconds

Date: 26 June 2008


How Do I: Use the aspnet_merge.exe Utility to Merge Assemblies

In this video Chris Pels will show how to use the aspnet_merge.exe utility to combine assemblies that have been
compiled using the aspnet_compiler.exe utility. First, view the output of the ASP.NET compilation process to learn
what assemblies are created. Next, learn the mechanics of using the aspnet_merge.exe utility to merge assemblies
from the compilation of a web site, first seeing how to control the compiled assembly names with the –prefix option.
Then see how to merge all the assemblies for a compiled web site into a single assembly. Lastly, learn how to merge
just the assemblies related to the content (aspx, ascs, etc.) into a single assembly, leaving the top level
assemblies such as app_code.dll representing the /App_Code folder. During each option the advantages and
disadvantages of that option are discussed.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 28 minutes, 15 seconds

Date: 26 June 2008


How Do I: Implement a Cross Page PostBack in ASP.NET

In this video Chris Pels shows how to create a Cross Page PostBack in ASP.NET, where a control on a source page
raises a PostBack event to a different target page. First, learn how to configure a Button control to PostBack to
a different target page. Then, learn how to get information from controls on the source page with the PreviousPage
property and the FindControl method. Then, learn how to use public properties on the source page to expose data to
the target page, and learn how to use the @PreviousPageType directive on the target page to access these properties.
Finally, learn the difference between a Cross Page PostBack and the Server.Transfer method.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 29 minutes, 40 seconds

Date: 10 July 2008


How Do I: Add Controls to an ASP.NET Web Page Programmatically

In this video Chris Pels will show how to create an ASP.NET server control programmatically at runtime and add it
to a page. First, learn the basic concept of adding a control to a page programmatically. Then, the concept of a
"container" control is examined which is necessary for adding a new control programmatically at runtime. Next,
learn considerations for nesting programmatically added controls, and how creating separate methods can
compartmentalize the process to make it more maintainable. In addition, learn considerations for managing view
state when adding controls dynamically.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 33 minutes, 56 seconds

Date: 24 July 2008


How Do I: Use a Hidden Field to Store and Manipulate Client-Side Information

In this video Chris Pels will show how to use a hidden field as one approach to simple state management on an
ASP.NET page and for communicating client side processing information. First, see how to add a hidden field to
a page using an ASP.NET HiddenField server control and retrieve the value of the hidden field in server-side
code after a post-back. Next, learn how to manipulate the value of the hidden field in client-side script, and
then retrieve the modified value in server-side code. Finally, see an example of how to use several hidden fields
to store information from client-side processing that can be posted back for server processing.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 24 minutes, 36 seconds

Date: 24 July 2008


How Do I: Use the Fixednames Option with the Compiler Utility for Maximum Flexibility

In this video Chris Pels will show how to use the fixednames option with the aspnet_compiler.exe utility to produce
a consistent file names in compilation output. First, see how the compilation output of the aspnet_compiler.exe
utility generates output files for an ASP.NET web site that represent the different components including pages,
themes, and the folders in the site. See how the components are named and what they contain in relation to the
original web site. Then, see how to use the fixednames option to standardize the output file names based upon the
source files upon which they are based. Next, learn about considerations for using each of the compilation options
when deploying updates to compiled web site, focusing on which components are most likely to be updated.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 23 minutes, 31 seconds

Date: 24 July 2008


How Do I: Implement Command Buttons for Individual Items

In this video Chris Pels will show how to handle events associated with a button control in each item of a
data-bound control like a ListView control. First, see how these data-bound controls have standard button event
handlers for standard operations like Edit or Delete. Next, learn how to add a button which performs a custom
action and how to handle events for this custom button action. Finally, see how to pass data to the custom event
handler for identification of the item where the button click originated.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 34 minutes, 15 seconds

Date: 24 July 2008


How Do I: Use Skins with CSS for a Flexible and Maintainable ASP.NET Web Site

In this video Chris Pels shows how to create skins for ASP.NET server controls and then incorporate CSS styles to
control the appearance of the skinned controls. First, learn how to create a skin for an ASP.NET server control
such as a Label that controls the appearance of labels throughout a web site. Next, see how to abstract the
definition of the visual appearance for a skin to CSS styles. During this process learn the advantages of having
the styling information for a skin in the CSS styles. Then see how to create multiple skins and corresponding
styles for a single ASP.NET control such as a Label that can be used to standardize the appearance of certain types
of labels throughout a web site. Finally, learn the advantages of applying a CSS style to multiple skins and the
ability to apply it to a generic HTML element.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 29 minutes, 19 seconds

Date: 7 August 2008


How Do I: Determine Whether to Use a Web Site or a Web Application Project

In this video Chris Pels will contrast the differences between an ASP.NET web site project and a web application
project. Learn the considerations for using one type of project or the other. First, learn about the major
attributes of a web application project including its folder basis. Next, see the major attributes of a web site
project and its traditional Visual Studio project based nature which provides more granularity and flexibility
including adding classes, dealing with namespaces, and referencing user controls or pages programmatically. The
compilation model for each type of web site is then discussed along with alternatives that include the use of the
aspnet_compiler.exe and aspnet_merge.exe utilities and the Visual Studio 2008 web deployment project.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 29 minutes, 57 seconds

Date: 22 August 2008


How Do I: Write Web Events to a SQL Server Database Using the SqlWebEventProvider

In this video Chris Pels shows how to use the ASP.NET health monitoring SqlWebEventProvider to log errors in a web
site to a SQL Server database. First, learn the role of the provider and events in ASP.NET health monitoring. Next,
see how to configure a SQL Server database with the necessary objects for recording health monitoring events using
the aspnet_regiis utility, the same utility used to configure ASP.NET Membership. Then, learn how to configure
health monitoring in the web.config file to record events in an ASP.NET web site to the newly created SQL Server
database. As part of this configuration, see how the root web.config file in the .NET Framework 2.0 has both
providers and events defined that can be leveraged when configuring your health monitoring. These fundamentals are
a base upon which custom events can be created that log your own specific information to a SQL Server database in
an ASP.NET web site.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 31 minutes, 59 seconds

Date: 28 August 2008


How Do I: Use ASP.NET to Send Email from a Web Site

In this video Chris Pels shows how to create and send an email in an ASP.NET web site. First, learn about the core
classes in the System.Net.Mail namespace for sending mail in an ASP.NET web site. See how to create an email message
using the MailMessage class including how to use the MailAddress class for the From address and how to include one
or more To addresses. Next, see how email is sent using the SmtpClient class. Finally, learn about the additional
options for configuring the email message such as CC, BCC, Priority, and adding attachments.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 25 minutes, 33 seconds

Date: 28 August 2008


How Do I: Configure Email Notification for Health Monitoring on an ASP.NET Web Site

In this video Chris Pels shows how to configure email notification for health monitoring in an ASP.NET web site.
First, see how to configure the sending of email in an ASP.NET web site through the use of the <emailSettings>
element in the web.config file. Next, learn how to add the SimpleMailWebEventProvider which sends emails for health
monitoring events as a provider. Then see the standard health monitoring events that can be used with email
notification by examining the machine level health monitoring configuration. After reviewing the available events
see a rule implemented that maps the "All Events" to the email provider. Upon starting the web site several emails
are then sent and examined when they are received in Outlook. Finally, some basic principles of which events might
be mapped to the health monitoring email provider are discussed.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 25 minutes, 3 seconds

Date: 11 September 2008


How Do I: Use a Visual Studio 2008 Web Deployment Project

In this video Chris Pels shows how to use the Visual Studio 2008 Web Deployment add-on to create deployment projects
with a finer degree of control over how a web site is compiled and deployed. First, learn where to download and
install the Web Deployment Project add-on for Visual Studio 2008. Then, create a web site project and an associated
web deployment project. Learn the available configuration options for a web deployment project. See a brief review
of the aspnet_compiler and aspnet_merge command line utilities which are integral to the web deployment project.
Next, learn how to create multiple configurations for a web deployment project, e.g., one for Debug and one for
Release modes. Then create a web application project and a corresponding web deployment project. Finally, see how
the options and process for the web application project are the same as those for the web site project.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 26 minutes, 57 seconds

Date: 11 September 2008


How Do I: Send Templated Emails for Health Monitoring Events in ASP.NET

In this video Chris Pels shows how to use the TemplatedEmailWebEventProvider to send emails when health monitoring
events occur that utilize a template for the email content. First, see how to configure the <provider> and <rules>
elements in the web.config file to implement the use of templated email and associate a health monitoring event with
the templated email provider. Once the templated provider is configured see how to create the email template using
as standard .aspx page. Learn what information is available in the MailEventNotificaitonInfo class that is passed by
the TemplatedEmailWebEventProvider to the template .aspx page. See how it can be used to include whatever
information is appropriate in the email content. Finally, view the test web site which sends emails in response to
health monitoring events. Then view the actual emails received that contain the health monitoring event information
based upon the template.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 25 minutes, 13 seconds

Date: 18 September 2008


How Do I: Send Email Asynchronously with ASP.NET

In this video, Chris Pels shows how to use the System.Net.Mail classes in ASP.NET to send an asynchronous email
message. First, see how to configure a web site to send email using the <mailSettings> element in the web.config
file. Next, create a simple user interface for entering email information. Then learn how to create use the
MailMessage class to create an email message in the code behind for the page. As part of that process create an
event handler for the asynchronous callback following the sending of the email. In the event handler see how to
use the instance of the AsynchCompletedEventArgs class which provides information about the email sending process.
Finally, send a test email asynchronously, following the steps in the debug mode, and view the actual email received
from the process.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 18 minutes, 18 seconds

Date: 24 September 2008


How Do I: Embed an Image in an Email with ASP.NET

Chris Pels shows how to embed an image in an email with ASP.NET. He creates a web form (with fields for To, From,
Subject, and Body), uses the AlternateView class to create text and HTML versions of an email, stores an image in
a LinkedResource class instance, embeds it in the HTML AlternateView. He then adds both versions to the MailMessage
object and sends the email twice, first with HTML-receiving capabilities enabled and then as text-only. Both email
messages appear in Outlook. The HTML version shows the embedded image; the text version does not.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 19 minutes, 56 seconds

Date: 6 November 2008


How Do I: Implement Error Handling when Sending Email with ASP.NET

Chris Pels shows how to implement error handling when sending an email with ASP.NET. He creates an ASP.NET web page
to send email, shows how to configure <mailSettings> in the web.config file, describes the System.Net.Mail class and
how it’s used to create and send email messages. He then adds error handling using System.Net.Mail exception classes,
which provide information about errors that can occur when sending email, and reviews the SmtpStatusCode enumeration,
which provides a list of possible outcomes when sending an email with the SmtpClient. Finally, he sends a test email
that raises an exception and reviews the error handling information in the Visual Studio debugger.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 24 minutes, 28 seconds

Date: 6 November 2008


How Do I: Create a Custom Provider for Logging Health Monitoring Events

Chris Pels shows how to create a custom provider for the ASP.NET heath monitoring system, which records health
monitoring events to a text-based log file. Learn how to create the custom provider class, which inherits from
the BufferedWebEventProvider class, understand the methods and properties used to create the provider, and create
a web site that uses it to write log files.

Presented by Chris Pels

Duration: 26 minutes, 44 seconds

Date: 6 November 2008

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