Build Your Own ASP.Net 3.5 Web site Using C# & VB, 3rd Edition

Build Your Own ASP.Net 3.5 Web site Using C# & VB, 3rd Edition

AUTHOR: Cristian Darie; Wyatt Barnett

PUBLISHER: SitePoint

PAGES: 800

ISBN-10: 0980455219; ISBN-13: 978-0980455212

ASP.NET allows Web Developers to create dynamic, interactive Websites very efficiently thanks to multiple built-in controls and features built into the ASP.NET language.

ASP.NET 3.5 is a great leap forward since its first incarnation. In addition to a massively improved performance, it also provides much more to aid developers' productivity, including better AJAX integration and new ListView and DataPager controls. The third edition of this book reflects all these changes, as well as Visual Studio 2008.

Readers liked the original books for their comprehensive coverage, liberal code samples, and the practicality of developing an entire intranet application using freely available tools and software.

About the Author
Zak Ruvalcaba holds a Master of Science in Instructional Technology from the National University in San Diego. He has developed Web applications for such companies as Gateway, HP, Toshiba, and IBM. Previous books by Zak Ruvalcaba include The 10 Minute Guide to Dreamweaver 4 (Que Publishing) and Dreamweaver MX Unleashed (Sams Publishing).

Cristian Darie is a software engineer with experience in a wide range of modern technologies, and the author of numerous books, including his popularASP.NET tutorialbook, hisAJAX and PHP book, and his forthcomingSEO book for PHP developers. Cristian is studying distributed application architectures for his PhD, and is getting involved with various commercial and research projects. When not planning to buy Google, he enjoys his bit of social life. If you want to say "hi," you can reach Cristian through his personal website athttp://www.cristiandarie.ro.

Book Category

Android Developer / Asp.Net / Asp.Net MVC / Blockchain / C# / C++ / Computer Science / Database / Game Developer / Java / JavaScript / jQuery / Linux / Maven / MS Sql / MySQL / Networking / Oracle / PHP / Python / Spring / VB.Net / Visual Studio / Web Developer

HRMS & Payroll Web Application

Generate Timesheet from Daily Time Records (using finger scanner In/Out)

Using DTR Biometric Finger Scanner application system time-in/time-out we create module process to generate Timesheet for every employee. Before generating employee timesheet cut-off date make it sure that all pending approval of leave & overtime covered on that payroll cut-off date that filed by the employee’s should be approved by designated department. The report monitoring status of Leave & Overtime will help you to identify head department with pending approval to prompt them to approve. read more »

DTR Biometric Finger Scanner Time-In/Time-Out

Digital Persona U.are.U 4500 Finger Print Reader is my Software Development Kit (SDK) used in development of Daily Time Records (DTR) Attendance System which is designed to captures the time-in / time-out logs for every employee's and also we embed text to speech features... need speaker to prompt the user what is going on. Most of company today are now using Biometric fingerprint authentication to be used in time attendance that accurately and timely tracked for management reporting and also for accounting payroll processing. read more »

Government Deduction Table

The employer is required to deduct mandatory monthly contribution of SSS, PhilHealth, HDMF and tax withheld for salary above minimum wage in every pay day. Here are the list of data table provided by the government agency that used in Pinoy Web Application payroll processing. read more »

How to Compute Salary in Monthly Basis

Frequently company job advertisement is publicizing monthly pay for a position needed instead of time-based rate. Sometimes, you may be more interested on the daily rate compensation because it's easy to know how much rate per hour. read more »

How to Compute Salary in Daily Basis

All employees required to work a regular 8 hours daily from Monday to Saturday and entitled to work overtime if needed. Overtime pay rates depend on the day they work, whether it is ordinary working day, special day, regular holiday or rest day. read more »