Best Practice Resources For ASP.Net

Before a project gets started, your team should plan to follow a consistent set of guidelines on naming classes, properties, methods, and fields. What better guideline to follow then the one used to build the .NET base class libraries?

:: Naming Guidelines

Security is no longer an afterthought in web applications. Use the following articles to build a secure application.

:: Building Secure ASP.NET Applications: Authentication, Authorization, and Secure Communication :: Security Concerns for Visual Basic .NET and Visual C# .NET Programmers :: Improving Web Application Security: Threats and Countermeasures :: Developing Software in Visual Studio .NET with Non-Administrative Privileges

Performance and scalability are two important attributes for any ASP.NET application. The definitive work on .NET performance comes from Microsoft’s Patterns and Practices group.

:: Improving .NET Application Performance and Scalability

Prime focuses on ASP.NET Performance

:: Improving ASP.NET Performance

From XML best practices to displaying records in a DataGrid, the following articles will keep your data flowing.

:: Best Practices for Using ADO.NET :: Best Practices for Representing XML in the .NET Framework :: Common Datagrid Mistakes

A robust application needs to handle errors consistently, look to the following article for tips.

:: Best Practices for Handling Exceptions

It’s a small world, but there are a plethora of character sets.

:: Globalization Architecture for ASP.NET

Finally, everyone needs a collection of miscellaneous tips to amaze their friends with.

:: Code Your Way to ASP.NET Excellence  :: Top Ten Cool Features of Visual Studio .NET Help You Go From Geek to Guru

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