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BOOK: ASP.NET Website Programming Problem-Design-Solution
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Old August 26th, 2005, 06:57 PM
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Default Show me websites that are built off book code

I'm embarking on building a site that would benefit from much of the code in this book. Can anyone show me real life sites that were built largely off the code in the book?

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It's mostly used on Intranets, but you can search for some of the url bits and find some public sites using this code.
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Hello geoffs - our website http://sigilent.com is based entirely on the book code, obviously customized for our use...

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Wow, that's some great customization! I see a great artisitic flair and someone clearly did a good job of layout and CSS.

It looks like all your functionality isn't there yet, but this is the most professional customization of ThePhile that I've seen.

And it looks like you do contract work to help companies get web sites going. People who have trouble setting up ThePhile might want to keep you in mind.

I don't know if you looked at ASP.NET 2.0 yet, but you'll love it, I'm sure! Master pages, login controls, and themes would fit in great with what you're doing. Web parts are also going to help you a lot. Forgive me if you're already using 2.0, but if you're on 1.1 you'll be able to drop about 70% of your infrastructure code, while also gaining more functionality. 2.0 helps people get the essential, but boring, code working so they can focus on content.

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Eric -

Thanks for the compliments. ASP.NET 1.1 and the guidance of the book were a great learning experience together, but yes, I am indeed looking forward to ASP.NET 2.0. From the little I've seen, it seems like it could be a tremendous productivity boost!

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I have based my site off of this book, too. I don't want this page to come up in searches for my site, so I'll spell it phonetically. ski car pool dot com. That means please don't reply with my domain name in your post either!
I basically have a carpools module in addition to the accounts module, and currently don't bother using roles.

 


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