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Retrieving Images from a Database - Introduction     
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In the first part of our article, we uploaded a file and stored it in our database. Now, we are going to stream binary data out of a database and to a browser client....

Beginners Introduction to ASP.NET     
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ASP.NET is the new offering for Web developers from the Microsoft .It is not simply the next-generation of ASP; in fact, it is a completely re-engineered and enhanced technology that offers much, much more than traditional ASP and can increase productivity significantly....

Visual Studio .NET: Build Web Applications Faster and Easier Using Web Services and XML     
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This article provides an overview of these features, as well as a look at Web Services, Web Forms, and new versions of ADO and ASP. It takes a first look at dozens of important new Visual Studio features that aid in the design, development, testing, and deployment of solutions built with Visual Basic, C++, Visual FoxPro, and C#....

Introduction to Mono - ASP.NET with XSP and Apache  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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This article is the second article in the series of introductory articles that I am writing about Mono, the "open source development platform based on the .NET framework". In this article we'll take a look at how to get going with ASP.NET on the Mono platform. Although ASP.NET is not part of the ECMA and ISO standards mentioned in the first article[^], it is still one of the major selling points of the .NET platform and provides an extremely flexible and powerful platform for developing web appl...

Introducing JSON     
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In this article Bilal Haidar introduces JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) and provides an AJAX/JSON example to show the power of JSON when used to interchange data between a client browser and a server....

Introduction to HDML and ASP     
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Although most wireless internet phones in the US will accept both HDML and WML, you have decided to use HDML and ASP, (Active Server Pages), for your application. This is a wise choice for the present, but you may have noticed that there just is not much information out there about using ASP to output HDML. Since there seems to be much more information available about using ASP with WML ( and little to none on ASP and HDML, this article will focus on the latter. In this article ...

ASP.NET First Principles     
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In this first "Delving into .NET" article we take a very high-level look at the parts that comprise a Web Form and how these parts are woven together during the build and deployment process to produce the final executable product....

What's Neat in ASP.NET?     
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This past week I attended the ASP-Connections conference in New Orleans, LA. The focus ... ASP.NET, of course.
Members of Microsoft's ASP.NET development team and other ASP evangelists presented their case and product to over 500 attendees. By the end of the show, most attendees seemed pretty impressed. And why shouldn't they be?
Microsoft claims to have created ASP.NET with customer demands in mind. They listened to the complaints about classic ASP, and now offer ASP.NET in response....

Introduction to ASP.NET     
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ASP.NET offers a novel programming model and infrastructure that facilitates a powerful new class of applications. ASP.NET is a compiled. NET-based environment, so one can author applications in any .NET compatible language, including Visual Basic, C# and Jscript.NET. Developers can effortlessly access the advantage of these technologies, which consist of a managed Common Language Runtime environment, type safety, inheritance, and so on. With the aid of Microsoft Visual Studio.NET Web developmen...

Introducing HTTPModules     
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This article takes an in-depth look at HTTPHandlers, including their creation, implementation and the undocumented ASHX file....

A complete banner advertising system - Introduction     
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The advertising on my site is served entirely in-house, by code freely available for you to use. This article will step you through the code.
The banners are all stored in a database table, but I don't access the database to serve the ads. Instead, at the beginning of every day the site automatically loads the ads for that day into Application variables. How the "BrandNewDay" trigger works is discussed in a related article about tracking IP addresses....

Introducing ASP.NET Web Part Connections     
Total Hits: 146  |  Today: 0Author: Ted Pattison      Rating:  
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When you begin to work with the Microsoft® .NET Framework 2.0 and ASP.NET, you discover that the new Web Parts infrastructure adds some very powerful functionality to the underlying platform. In the September 2005 issue of MSDN®Magazine, Fritz Onion and I have an article on programming Web Parts titled "ASP.NET 2.0: Personalize Your Portal with User Controls and Custom Web Parts". In this month's column, I am going to build on the information we presented in that article by discussing how Web Pa...

An Introduction to AJAX Techniques and Frameworks for ASP.NET     
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By now, the chances are high that you have heard of AJAX in the context of web development. The acronym was coined by Jesse James Garret in his article: AJAX: A New Approach to Web Applications. Several frameworks have emerged since then to support AJAX Web development. In this article, we will examine some of the frameworks that are available for ASP.NET programmers. The emphasis of the article will be on Microsoft's ASP.NET Atlas which is becoming the most important framework for AJAX developm...

What is ASP.NET?     
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Ten years ago, Tim Berners-Lee implemented the first data transmission across the HTTP protocol. Quickly adopted by computer science visionaries, and heralded by international educational facilities as the quintessential means of computerized information transmission, its popularity expanded into the business sector, and later became a household word....

CodeNotes for ASP.NET - CH 1: Introduction     
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ASP.NET is an evolution of Microsoft's Active Server Page (ASP) technology. With ASP.NET, you can rapidly develop complex web applications using a paradigm familiar to anyone who has programmed in Visual Basic. Simply drag and drop controls onto the Web Form, add code to the various control events, and program in any of the languages supported by the .NET Framework. Such simplicity is made possible through Web Controls, which are graphical controls that convert themselves into browser-appropriat...

Introduction to ASP.NET     
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ASP.NET is more than the next version of Active Server Pages (ASP); it provides a unified Web development model that includes the services necessary for developers to build enterprise-class Web applications. While ASP.NET is largely syntax compatible with ASP, it also provides a new programming model and infrastructure for more scalable and stable applications that help provide greater protection. You can feel free to augment your existing ASP applications by incrementally adding ASP.NET functio...

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ASP.NET is a programming framework built on the common language runtime that can be used on a server to build powerful Web applications. ASP.NET offers several important advantages over previous Web development models - it allows you to write code more easily and it offers enhanced performance, security, power, and flexibility....

Introducing ASP.NET     
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Active Server Pages (ASP) began life in 1997 as a server-side system for dynamically generating HTML pages. It was implemented as an ISAPI extension (in other words, written to the API exposed by Internet Information Server) registered to process all documents with the ASP filename extension. Prior to ASP, a web page that needed dynamically-generated content had to be written as a CGI script or application-specific IIS extension containing a page template that was filled in with variable data (t...

ASP.NET: An Introduction     
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ASP.NET is not just the next version of ASP: it's the next era of web development. ASP.NET allows us to use a fully featured programming language (such as C# or VB.NET) to build web applications easily. In this article, John talks about the fundamentals of ASP.NET and some of its powerful features such as web services, the MSDN library and several learning resources.ASP.NET allows you to use a full featured programming language such as C# (pronounced C-Sharp) or VB.NET to build web applications ...

ASP.NET Life Cycle and Best Practices     
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Let's examine in detail the ten events of an ASP.NET page, from creation to disposal. We will also see how to tap into these events to implant our own custom code and what the best practices for ASP.NET coding are....

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