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LINQ: Introducing The Skip Last Operators  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 118  |  Today: 0Author: Paulo Morgado      Rating:  
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After having introduced the TakeLast operators (>)(>)(>), it makes sense to introduce their duals: the SkipLast operators....

An Introduction to LINQ - Part 3  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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In the previous installment of this series on LINQ, you learned the basics of DLINQ and saw how to use it to retrieve data from the database. Specifically it focused on the retreival of relational data for display purposes. This installment will shift gears and focus on the XML aspects of LINQ, known as XLINQ. To start with, you will learn the basics of XLINQ (XML Query extensions of LINQ) and then we'll discuss the steps involved in using DLINQ in conjunction with XLINQ to retrieve, transform, ...

Introduction to ASP.NET URL Rewriting with HttpHandler  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 28  |  Today: 0Author: Srihari Chinna      Rating:  
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Most of the time when we start learning something or doing something we get the first question that how does it helps? Or where I can use in the real world?

Same thing goes in this technique as well. What are URL rewriting first of all then what is routing engine? Let us see some real issues in our code....

How to Approach a .NET Interview  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 61  |  Today: 0Author: Mike Gold      Rating:  
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If you find yourself in a position where you need to find a new job, you have to deal with the incovenient but necessary interview process. This article will give you some of the tools you need to shine when interviewing for a technical programming position....

Introduction to SQL Injection in ASP.NET  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 26  |  Today: 0Author: Vuyiswamb      Rating:  
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Every time I get involve in a new project that I happen to inherit, I always come across sql code in the pages and input that is not trapped. Well some of this applications are used internally and some go to clients externaly. One programmer argued about how dangerous it is to write your sql statement in the pages. In this short article am going explain the reasons why is it not a good programming practice or dangerous to your users if you don’t trap the input or if you write your sql on your pa...

Introduction to ComponentArt's TabStrip Control  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 37  |  Today: 0Author: Nihar Nayak      Rating:  
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This article describes how to use the ComponentArt's TabStrip control to create tab-based contents in applications....

.NET vs .NET CF Development  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Development of desktop and mobile .NET applications is nowadays more-or-less the same. Microsoft Visual Studio and .NET can be used to develop for both platforms. Even though the .NET Compact Framework is a subset of large .NET Framework, it allows developing mobile applications in a same way as the desktop ones. In addition, developer can use well known programming languages, such as C# or Visual Basic.
At the first sight, the mobile applications development can be considered equal to the de...

Introduction and Setting Up     
Total Hits: 146  |  Today: 0Author: Gizmox      Rating:  
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While web development environments such as ASP.NET and JSP have made huge strides in creating a rich environment for developing web applications, they have always targeted a very wide range of applications from content rich sites to OWA like applications. By doing so, they forced a compromise that was very painful for applications developers. Concepts like pages, html, requests and responses, which originated from the historical evolution of web development, are not really suitable for developin...

Introducing to Help System in .NET     
Total Hits: 101  |  Today: 0Author: Bean Software      Rating:  
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While using an application, a user might need help on performing an operation or require information about a button or a dialog box. To assist the user while using the application, it is a good practice to provide help system with the application. In this article, we will discuss the creation of a help system using HTML help workshop. We will also discuss the creation of Context-Sensitive help, pop-up help and tool tips....

Introduction to OR Mapping with NHibernate     
Total Hits: 174  |  Today: 0Author: AzamSharp      Rating:  
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We all are familiar with datasets which is a carrier used to carry data from one layer to another. In my previous article I described some of the pitfalls of using datasets. Datasets are most commonly used when we are accessing database. The common pattern of accessing data from the database is given in the following steps:

1) Make connection to the database

2) Make DataAdapter

3) Execute commands using dataadapter or command objects using stored procedures or Ad-hoc queries...

Introduction to SubSonic     
Total Hits: 603  |  Today: 0Author: Kent Sharkey      Rating:  
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One of the signs of an easily maintained application is a division of labor between the classes, usually resulting in a user interface layer, a business layer and a data access layer. While this technique helps to better organize the application, many developers shy away from creating them. Creating a reliable and fast data access layer requires some planning, and once you've created one, they all start to look similar. SubSonic helps you by automatically creating a data access layer based on yo...

Introduction to ASP.NET AJAX     
Total Hits: 182  |  Today: 0Author: Steve C. Orr      Rating:  
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Most knowledgeable developers agree that ASP.NET 2.0 is a truly great product. Its server-centric approach allows developers to use ASPX pages to declare pages, controls, and data sources, and bind them all together in highly useful ways with little or no code....

Introducing Infragistics Dock and Toolbar Manager Components     
Total Hits: 505  |  Today: 0Author: Brian Mains      Rating:  
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This article looks at the Infragistics components, specifically the UltraDockManager and UltraToolbarManager components and how they work.
Infragistics is a leading developer of windows, web, charting, and WPF components that developers can use to increase the attractiveness and functionality of an application. Infragistics allows you to leverage many of the common toolset appearances (such as the Office 2007, 2003, or Visual Studio 2005 appearance) that most developers want to have in an app...

Introducing ASP.NET Page Modules     
Total Hits: 266  |  Today: 0Author: Paulo Morgado.      Rating:  
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This article introduces the concept of Page Modules, which are similar to HTTP Modules but related to Page Life Cycle, and the need for them....

Introduction to some basic classes of ADO.NET     
Total Hits: 499  |  Today: 0Author: Mazdak.      Rating:  
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The first day I began to study ADO.NET I got confused because of new classes that Microsoft introduce in .NET Framework. In this article I want to introduce some basic classes of ADO.Net, hopefully those beginner who want to learn ADO.NET will not get confused like I did....

Road to .NET     
Total Hits: 470  |  Today: 0Author: Rai Umair.      Rating:  
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This article presumes you are familiar with Microsoft’s .NET initiative. In case you are not, please refer to Microsoft for more information....

What is .NET     
Total Hits: 543  |  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 MSH Cmdlets     
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Microsoft Shell (codename Monad), hereafter abbreviated MSH, is a revolutionary new console shell and environment for Windows. The primary feature that makes it revolutionary is that MSH is designed around the manipulation of objects. While Unix and Linux shells pipe text from one application to another, MSH allows the piping of .NET objects....

Introduction to .NET     
Total Hits: 396  |  Today: 0Author: Kashif Manzoor.      Rating:  
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It's new - it's powerful - it solves lots of problems - and it is threatening to a vast community of Java worshippers, and best (or worst) of all it's from Microsoft. You guessed it right; I am talking about .NET.

Around 1995, Java was generating the same vigor as is generated by .NET today. May be I am being a bit unfair; actually Sun's Java was a much bigger event than .NET. My intention is not to belittle .NET's arrival; but what's true is true! Sun's Java introduced a revolutionary a...

The Semantic Web: An Introduction     
Total Hits: 307  |  Today: 0Author: Sean B. Palmer      Rating:  
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The Semantic Web is a mesh of information linked up in such a way as to be easily processable by machines, on a global scale. You can think of it as being an efficient way of representing data on the World Wide Web, or as a globally linked database.

The Semantic Web was thought up by Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the WWW, URIs, HTTP, and HTML. There is a dedicated team of people at the World Wide Web consortium (W3C) working to improve, extend and standardize the system, and many languages...

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