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Working with the server file system for new ASP.NET Web Forms programmers

January 28, 2010 Leave a comment Go to comments

This post has a checklist of sequenced topics that enable the new ASP.NET Web Forms programmers to learn how to work with the web server file system.

 

This is an easy topic, BUT you have to learn some foundational concepts before you can practice file input/output (I/O) efficiently and effectively.

 

Topic sequence

As suggested by the sequence of readings on the BTI420 Virtual Textbook page, you should learn the following topics in order:

An introduction to security topics as they apply to web applications

Physical and virtual paths on ASP.NET web servers

File uploading – sending a file FROM a browser user’s computer TO your web app

File downloading – receiving a file FROM a web app and saving it TO a browser user’s computer

An introduction to streams, which are the foundational building blocks for moving data to and from end points

File I/O classes, which enable a wide range of file system manipulation capabilities

 


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