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Professional System Library: Introduction  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Most software developers share the same pattern in their professional career of having to deal with projects of similar nature, while few developers manage to jump from one project to a completely different one.

Personally for me, I found one particular area that has always been taking great deal of my time from one project to another, and that’s coding around retrieving and changing information about the system/OS, the current process, threads, various hardware and software configuration...

DataObjects.Net - ORM Framework for RAD - Introduction  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Persistent data has come a long way from plain files, data with indexes like Berkley DB or DBase, SQL servers with transactions, stored procedures and referential integrity. Last but not least pure object oriented databases have been developed. XML files became very popular to store small peaces of information or do information interchange. In fact there is no swiss army knife or general purpose solution for persistent data. But for so called business applications SQL and relational databases ar...

Introduction to .NET Framework Tools  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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In this article Suresh examines the commonly used 13 .NET Framework tools, such as gacutil.exe, aspnet_regiis.exe, aspnet_compiler.exe, etc. with the help of detailed explanations. He provides the description of relevant commands and options in tabular format and also the usage examples for some of the tools followed by relevant analysis. After finishing the article you will know the purpose and utility of each of these tools in a nutshell....

What Is A Framework?     
Total Hits: 143  |  Today: 0Author: Marc Clifton      Rating:  
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From my perspective, a framework does several things:
* it makes it easier to work with complex technologies
* it ties together a bunch of discrete objects/components into something more useful
* it forces the team (or just me) to implement code in a way that promotes consistent coding, fewer bugs, and more flexible applications
* everyone can easily test and debug the code, even code that they didn't write...

Basic Introduction about MSMQ in .NET Framework     
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Before diving in to programming Message Queuing, this section discusses the basic concepts of messaging and compares it to synchronous and asynchronous programming. With synchronous programming, when a method is invoked, the caller has to wait until the method is completed. With asynchronous programming, the calling thread starts the method that runs concurrently. Asynchronous programming can be done with delegates,class libraries that support asynchronous methods(e.g Web service proxies) or by ...

Tame Your Software Dependencies for More Flexible Apps     
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Few would disagree that striving for a loosely coupled design is a bad thing. Unfortunately, the software we typically design is much more tightly coupled than we intend. How can you tell whether your design is tightly coupled? You can use a static analysis tool like NDepend to analyze your dependencies, but the easiest way to get a sense of the coupling in your application is to try to instantiate one of your classes in isolation.Pick a class from your business layer, such as an InvoiceService,...

Understanding .NET Framework at a glance     
Total Hits: 205  |  Today: 0Author: Chandrakant Parmar.      Rating:  
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In this article we are going to look at Microsoft .NET Framework. This is the newly established software development environment which helps developers to develop applications quickly and gives optimum, efficient, scalable, performance oriented applications in different languages like Visual Basic .NET, C#, ASP .NET, and Jscript .NET etc....

Introduction to the TypeConverter     
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There have been plenty of articles here on CodeProject discussing advanced use the PropertyGrid control. I have been asked repeatedly about these issues so I think it would help others who are trying to figure out PropertyGrid usage to start with a simplified sample of a solution to a common problem....

What is .NET     
Total Hits: 536  |  Today: 0Author: SriSamp.      Rating:  
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Being a contributor to the Code Project for quite some time now, it is commendable to see so many articles from various folks in the industry talk about the features of .NET and how a specific features work or what are some of the tips and tricks of the trade. This fever of .NET is very interesting to watch and rest assured that the storms caused by .NET will be as great as the storms caused by C++ when it was introduced. Walking down the web-site, I saw lots of articles on .NET, but I did not s...

Introduction to the .NET Framework     
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If you are using this material for self-study, you can start with any of the three items above, however it is suggested that you read the tutorial before attempting to work with the sample code. The slide presentation can be useful as a quick introduction to the concepts in the tutorial. If you will be presenting the slide presentation, it is best to read the tutorial file and go through the source code samples first. I hope that you find the information in these tutorials helpful, and I hope th...

Introducing .NET     
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.NET is Microsoft's vision of 'software as a service', a development environment in which you can build, create, and deploy your applications and the next generation of components, termed Web Services. All of Microsoft's major flagship products from Visual Studio to Windows and eventually Office are gradually being integrated into the vision and they will all offer services that will allow greater integration between products. .NET will allow developers to develop in whatever language they are c...

What Is .NET?     
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.NET is the Microsoft Web services strategy to connect information, people, systems, and devices through software. Integrated across the Microsoft platform, .NET technology provides the ability to quickly build, deploy, manage, and use connected, security-enhanced solutions with Web services. .NET-connected solutions enable businesses to integrate their systems more rapidly and in a more agile manner and help them realize the promise of information anytime, anywhere, on any device....

What is Microsoft .NET?     
Total Hits: 457  |  Today: 0Author: sathishkumar      Rating:  
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Microsoft .NET is the leading in IT world. My article explains what is Microsoft .NET and about the concepts of platform independent .NET...

Introducing .NET Framework     
Total Hits: 586  |  Today: 0Author: Wrox Press      Rating:  
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Microsoft's .NET initiative is broad-based and very ambitious. It revolves around the .NET Framework, which encompasses the actual language and execution platform, plus extensive class libraries providing rich built-in functionality. At its core, the .NET framework embraces XML and SOAP to provide a new level of integration of software over the Internet. There is also a family of server-based products called .NET Enterprise Servers that are to be the next generation of Microsoft's BackOffice....

XML, Webservices, and the .NET Framework     
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Ever wanted to know what .Net is? This article is written by the XML architect and the lead product manager for Web services and the .NET Framework at Microsoft!...

Microsoft .NET Framework FAQ      
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This document contains frequently asked questions about Microsoft .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework. (15 printed pages...

dot NET? What's that?     
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Simply put .NET is a new and innovative architecture that has a wide variety of uses. It makes mobile devices, connectivity and information a lot more accessible and easy to handle. It's a programming infrastructure for the net and a whole new user experience....

SOAP in the Microsoft .NET Framework and Visual Studio.NET     
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The Microsoft® .NET Framework and Microsoft® Visual Studio.NET take advantage of XML and SOAP technologies to allow developers to create solutions with reach. SOAP is a simple and lightweight protocol with wide industry support. It is useful and usable for a wide variety of applications. SOAP and the .NET Frameworks are an easy and natural fit. SOAP was designed from the ground up to be an extremely simple protocol that can be implemented in a variety of ways for a variety of diff.....

Understanding Memory management in the .NET Framework     
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Thanks to Microsoft's .NET, we don't need to worry about memory management in our applications at all! But we still need to take a close look at what is happening with memory management in .NET runtime environment though. Here is why: though memory management in .NET is completely hidden from developers, there are some Dos and Don'ts that we should know about Garbage Collection so that we can keep our applications up to their best performance. In this article, we will look at the Garbage Co.....

Overview of Microsoft .NET Framework     
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This presentation focuses on the .NET Framework the platform for building integrated, service orientated applications to meet the needs of today's Internet businesses. From Web Forms and ASP+, to Web Services, deployment, and configuration...

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