|Total Hits: 5 | Today: 0||Author: jonlist|| Rating: |
I've been hearing about HTML5 for quite some time now, and I especially liked the idea of web sockets. Giving us the ability to send data directly to the user, instead of doing something like polling with AJAX requests seems like a very neat idea.
So the other day, I decided that I would try to make a small server and test it out on my localhost. As far as I can tell, only Google Chrome supports web sockets at the moment, but I sure hope that it will pick up....
|Total Hits: 22 | Today: 0||Author: JEHAN Sebastien|| Rating: |
Sometimes you need to retrieve/submit information from the web in your applications but you don't want to write a full library for it. You would rather focus on your specific need, assuming you already got the information from the web in a HTML or mshtml DOM format.
So, KUMO is done for you. You can call your own objects in the macro, defined as plug Ins, and you can export your web macro as DLLs or .EXE objects....
|Total Hits: 58 | Today: 0||Author: thund3rstruck|| Rating: |
Digg.com is the popular social news web-site that allows it's community to dictate which articles make it to the site's front page and which end up in the pits of internet hell, never to be read... by anyone. The concept is simple, digg.com members search the web for articles that they find interesting and then submit them to the site. The users of the site vote (or digg) on the articles and if enough people vote on the article it will be promoted to the front page. In addition, each article mai...
|Total Hits: 111 | Today: 0||Author: tartanmonkey|| Rating: |
I feel I need to share this pain. I have been struggling for days now to get something simple to work for me. That is to print out a Word document (RTF format) to a printer using Word. It also has to work with multiple versions of Word (so far 2000 and 2003). I thought I would share everything that I have learnt.
If you want this to work for multiple versions, install the earliest version of Word and Add Reference to its COM component and develop against these....
|Total Hits: 72 | Today: 0||Author: Dan Letecky|| Rating: |
Let's take the following exercise: Build a C# application that instantly searches your Documents folder. We need the application to:
* Search the contents of Office documents (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). I.e., XLS, DOC, PPT files.
* Search the contents of HTML documents.
* Search the contents of text documents.
* Search quickly (i.e., give results in less than a second).
* Allow to open the documents directly from the results list....
|Total Hits: 18 | Today: 0||Author: Microsoft Corporation|| Rating: |
This example uses the MSDN/TechNet Publishing System (MTPS) Content Service to retrieve the list of languages supported by a specified document.
Before you call a Web service, you need to create a reference to it. To create a Web reference to the MTPS service using Microsoft Visual Studio, follow the following steps:
1.Open your project in Visual Studio.
2.From the Project menu, click Add Web Reference.
3.In the dialog box, set the URL to http://services.msdn.microsoft.com/c...
|Total Hits: 142 | Today: 0||Author: Marc Clifton.|| Rating: |
I wanted to play with web services with regards to how they might be implemented in MyXaml, and I figured an interesting web service to try out is one that reports the current weather conditions and a forecast.
It was interesting trying to even find a working weather web service. Most of the ones I tried were dead or didn't work. I finally stumbled upon the CP article "Writing a Web Service Consumer using Borland C# Builder" by Sagar Regmi, and after investigating the EJSE site, I disc...
|Total Hits: 113 | Today: 0||Author: Jim Conigliaro.|| Rating: |
Our development teams have been using the Microsoft Team Foundation Server (TDS) and, thus far, have been happy with it. We did, however, have one major problem: there is no web interface to the work item tracking system for our customers to use to submit defects. At first our options seemed somewhat limited; we could have our customer’s email defects to us, but they have a funny way of getting lost that way. We could use a different defect tracking system for our customers and then enter them i...
|Total Hits: 402 | Today: 0||Author: noushadkc.|| Rating: |
This application can be used to leach a url contents and it subdirectories(optional)
This will work behind firewall and have capabilty to minimize to system try. The progress will update in the status window (yellow)
For allowing url input Iam using a url combo box featuring history.
The back end of this utility is wget (Open source project ), You can get its latest from http://www.wget.org...
|Total Hits: 94 | Today: 0||Author: Microsoft|| Rating: |
In ASP.NET 2.0, the HTTP method of the test page has changed from GET to POST. However, POSTs are not ordinarily cached. If you change the test page in an ASP.NET 2.0 Web service application to use GET, caching works correctly. Additionally, HTTP indicates that a user agent (the browser or calling application) should be able to override server caching by setting the Cache-Control header to "no-cache." Therefore, ASP.NET applications ignore cached results when they find a "no-cache" header....
|Total Hits: 58 | Today: 0||Author: Barton Friedland|| Rating: |
This is part two of series of articles intended to provide practical background information on design approaches for the .NET platform as well as providing clear explanations of the .NET features it introduces....
|Total Hits: 74 | Today: 0||Author: Gavin Donoho MCSD.Net|| Rating: |
This article provides an example of a useful Web Service and how it is consumed. I will go into detail about how the Web Service operates and describe the code.
The Web Service I have written returns real-time stock quotes. There are two functions. The first takes a string representing the stock ticker and returns a string representing the current price on the ECNs, which are electronic marketplaces for stocks. As will be described below, the prices are scraped from the Yahoo! Finance Web...
|Total Hits: 93 | Today: 0||Author: S.Vinothkumar.|| Rating: |
Web Service is a software component for application to application communication. Web services use XML based communicating protocols.
In Microsoft .Net there are some advanced concepts of enterprises services available, like Web Services and .Net Remoting.
ASP.NET Web services and .NET remoting are two separate paradigms for building distributed applications using Internet-friendly protocols and the .NET framework.
Web services typically use SOAP for the message format and r...
|Total Hits: 144 | Today: 0||Author: juliet|| Rating: |
It is a common need for a web site to have membership and login system, particularly when part of the web site is restricted in access by non-members. This tutorial will guide you through how to create such a form-based authentication in ASP.NET using C#....
|Total Hits: 593 | Today: 0||Author: Gigy.|| Rating: |
Quite simple way of creating the MS Word document through C# language. Create a new project, for simplicity, create a Windows application, go ahead and right click on References in the Solution Explorer, and select Add Reference… When the Add Reference window comes up, select the COM tab. This will list all Component names which are available on your machine. Since we are going to use MS Excel, you will scroll down until you find: Microsoft Excel 11.0 Object Library. You can even do the same thi...
|Total Hits: 225 | Today: 0||Author: Brian A. Randell and Ken Getz|| Rating: |
Microsoft Visual Studio Tools for the Microsoft Office System is a new technology that brings the advanced features of Visual Studio .NET and the .NET Framework to applications built for Microsoft Office Word 2003 and Microsoft Office Excel 2003. Deploying solutions built with this technology requires that you understand how runtime security is enforced in managed applications and how to configure users' systems to run your solutions without introducing security holes....
|Total Hits: 114 | Today: 0||Author: Thanh Dao|| Rating: |
This article shows a tool that allows you to search web services via UDDI registry servers. The point of my tool is to deliver business value, which in this case means easy discovery of web services, letting you view their WSDL on a tree. Prior to making this tool, I fumbled through MSDN and CodeProject, to learn about how to discover a web service from UDDI, parsing a WSDL and XML schema. Read the article to learn more!...
|Total Hits: 89 | Today: 0||Author: Manohar Kamath|| Rating: |
In this article, we will take a look at a very basic example that describes two things, Retrieve the IP address of the client browser, Retrieve all the web server variables. The source code is self explanatory, and is not supposed to be an introduction to web services...
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The editor provided with MSHTML offers a "what you see is what you get" (WYSIWYG) HTML editing environment with a rich set of capabilities. It can be activated from C++, Visual Basic, and script. You can use a number of techniques to customize the MSHTML Editor. These techniques are available in C++ only....
|Total Hits: 109 | Today: 0||Author: Imtiaz Alam|| Rating: |
This article explains how to write a simple web server application using C#. Though it can be developed in any .net supported language, we chose C# for this example. The code is compiled using beta2....