Over the past eight years, I have written seven books, on ASP.NET 4.5, on WebMatrix, on ASP.NET 4, ASP.NET 3.5, and ASP.NET 2.0 and two about Dreamweaver MX / MX 2004. In this section you'll find more information about these books and their availability. Just click one of the book's title in the left menu to go to its detail page.
Unfortunately, a book is never large enough to cover each and every important concept in great detail. That's why you'll find some articles on this web site that dig deeper in some of the techniques introduced in the books. To access this content, click one of the main tabs, like Articles or FAQs and then select a sub category like ASP.NET 4 or Dreamweaver.
The Hit Counter that was introduced in these books has one major drawback: as soon as your Web server gets restarted, the application variables are reset and the values in the counters are lost. These two articles will explain how to store your counters in a text file or in a database:Howto Create a Hit Counter Using a Text File