get a copy of Visual Web Developer 2005 (free download) -Make sure to check the SQL server box deuring install. Also grab the "personal website starter kit" (it may be included actually) - DO NOT DOWNLOAD VISUAL WEB DEVELOPER OVER DIALUP OR IF YOU HAVE A DOANLOAD CAP OF LESS THAN 1GB!
Check out the personal web site starter kit (database driven home website in ASP.NET) - its got a photo gallery and you can login and create accounts etc...
P.s if you are getting into ASP.NET its much easier if you use XP Pro or Windows Sevrer 2003 instead of XP Home
Can i get a readymade project.. Actually im a beginner at ASP.net with code and i have got visual studio 2010 and microsoft SQl server 2008 soo plz help me out soo by which i can create my own project.. Thanku. and aalso process of binding Sql with Asp.net.
I find it unlikely that you'll be able to get someone on this forum to provide you with a "ready made" project.
I would suggest that you first come up with a project idea. Create some mock pages. IN visual studio, create a new website. VS will create all of the required pages and provide you with a basic template that includes a header, content, footer, etc..
Then ask for help on specific items you are having a problem with.
By the way, you may want to start your own thread, rather than hijaking and reviving a thread that is several years old.
asp.net is nothing more than HTML code. And c# functionality. So if know something abouth this both you'll have no problem with asp.net.
P.S. See http://www.w3schools.com/aspnet/default.asp
there are a lot of info in the net.
w3schools is great for HTML related stuff, but anyone looking for help, support, and tutorials specifically for asp.net, should be looking at Microsoft's officical asp.net site. the url is easy to remember: http://asp.net.
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