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Verify your members     
Total Hits: 363  |  Today: 0Author: Philip Q      Rating:  
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I see an increasing amount of sites trying to prevent people from signing up with fake emails and multiple accounts, one way that they do this is to send an email to the person with a link to a page that validates them against the system so their account will work. In this article I'll show you how to create a system like this....

The .NET Vision     
Total Hits: 384  |  Today: 0Author: Saurabh Nandu      Rating:  
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In June 2000 Microsoft released the beta version of .NET Platform, related languages and APIs. This release is a beginning of a new horizon for programmers. But till today, I have seen that many people have failed to see the correct vision, "The .NET Vision"! .NET has been seen by many in the wrong light, the only perspective it has been seen in and publicized is in comparison to SUN Java. I don't deny the fact that this perspective is right to some extent, but the scope .NET is something beyond...

Introducing .NET - Introduction     
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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....

Using Google's Data API in Brew: An Introduction     
Total Hits: 186  |  Today: 0Author: Chris Haseman      Rating:  
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Recently, Google released its robust "Google Data API" with little fanfare. In fact, if you aren't an avid tech blog reader or didn't go to Google Developer Day, you might have missed it. Upon inspection, it's clear that Google did not have the mobile developer in mind when mapping out these APIs, but that doesn't mean you can't make the most of the tools they've released. While Google has made pre-compiled libraries available for several higher order languages (from Java to Python), as Brew dev...

Building a Internet Portal (for Free!) with DotNetNuke     
Total Hits: 337  |  Today: 0Author: Jim Duffy      Rating:  
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Close your eyes and imagine a utopian world where client and/or department Web sites are easily deployed and the responsibility for content creation and modification is turned over to the administrators of the site. Imagine site administrators creating new content pages consisting of pre-built content types like announcements, contacts, discussions, events, FAQs, news feeds, feedback forms, and even custom-developed content types. Continue imagining them creating new menu options and even adding...

.NET Tip: Take Advantage of Interfaces     
Total Hits: 223  |  Today: 0Author: Jay Miller      Rating:  
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Take advantage of interfaces to make your code cleaner and more reusable. A simple example of where interfaces can be applied is in populating UI controls. How many ListBox controls do you have to populate in your web application? One solution is to write the code to populate each ListBox individually in the Page_Load method. Another method could be to create a helper method that takes an array of data items and a ListBox as parameters, populating the ListBox from the array of data. Here is an e...

A RAD (Rapid Application Deployment).ASP Architecture: Introduction     
Total Hits: 224  |  Today: 0Author: Andrew Eno.      Rating:  
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Truthfully, how many sites have *you* really built? Then, ask yourself how many have you actually maintained? By maintaining, I mean creating new content pages and linking them in -- not merely updating the text on a site (which I view as an administrative effort). This article will explain many facets of how to design an architecture for a web site that you will be able to reproduce, and place the management of content (where it is usually most cost-effective) with a site administrator almo...

What Is ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 669  |  Today: 0Author: Wei-Meng Lee      Rating:  
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ASP.NET (Active Server Pages .NET) is a web development technology from Microsoft. Part of the .NET Framework, ASP.NET allows developers to build dynamic web applications and web services using compiled languages like VB.NET and C#. Using Visual Studio, the development tool from Microsoft, web developers can develop very compelling applications using ASP.NET, with the ease of drag-and-drop server controls. Currently in its next major release, ASP.NET 2.0 is slated to be released in November 2005...

Introduction to ASP.NET with C#     
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In this tutorial we will introduce the new technology for building websites. This new technology is known as Asp.net. Asp.net allows the developer to build applications faster. This is achieved due to the fast that Asp.net makes use of the rich class libraries provided by Microsoft. net framework....

What is ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 393  |  Today: 0Author: gotdotnet.com      Rating:  
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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. Read the article to learn more!...

What is ASP.NET ? How is it different from VB.NET or C# ?     
Total Hits: 717  |  Today: 0Author: Tony John      Rating:  
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This article explains the ASP.NET technology and how different it is from programming languages like C# or VB.NET. Many new programmers are confused about how ASP.NET is different from C# or VB.NET. Many new programmers mis understand that ASP.NET is just another programming launguage....

ASP.NET Introduction     
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ASP.NET is the latest version of Microsoft's Active Server Pages technology (ASP). ASP is a server side scripting technology that enables scripts (embedded in web pages) to be executed by an Internet server. ASP is a program that runs inside IIS....

ASP.NET     
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ASP.NET provides a programming model and infrastructure that offers the necessary services for programmers to develop web-based applications. Because ASP.NET is part of the .NET Framework, programmers can use the managed Common Language Runtime (CLR) environment, type safety, inheritance, etc. to create web-based applications. You can develop your ASP.NET web-based applications in any .NET-compliant language, such as Visual Basic, Visual C#, or JScript.NET. ASP.NET code is compiled rather than i...

An introduction to ASP.Net     
Total Hits: 293  |  Today: 0Author: Martyn Fewtrell      Rating:  
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The first in a series of tutorials aimed at getting you up and running with ASP.Net. The tutorial covers what is .NET, what is ASP.NET and why use ASP.NET...

An Introduction to ASP.NET 2.0     
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WHEN MICROSOFT RELEASED the .NET Framework 1.0 Technology
Preview in July 2000, it was immediately clear that Web development was going to change. The company’s then current technology, Active Server Pages 3.0 (ASP), was powerful and flexible, and it made the creation of dynamic Web sites easy. ASP spawned a whole series of books, articles,Web sites, and components, all to make the development process even easier.
What ASP didn’t have, however, was an application framework; it was never an...

ASP.Net Application     
Total Hits: 448  |  Today: 0Author: AspFree      Rating:  
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ASP.NET improves on the type of application that developers could use in classic ASP, and adds a new application, called a webservice. Read this article to learn more about the new application, which lets clients use the functionality of a particular application without needing to use the application's specific user interface....

ASP.NET and the .NET Framework     
Total Hits: 452  |  Today: 0Author: AspFree      Rating:  
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ASP.NET is easy for ASP programmers to learn; they will appreciate ASP.NET's power and flexibility in the .NET platform. Keep reading to learn the basics about ASP.NET and the .NET framework. This article is excerpted from Programming ASP.NET...

ASP.Net QuickStart     
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The ASP+ QuickStart is a series of ASP+ samples and supporting commentary designed to quickly acquaint developers with the syntax, architecture, and power of the ASP+ web programming framework. The samples are designed to be short and easy pics of ASP+....

The Global.ASAX File     
Total Hits: 2375  |  Today: 0Author: Philip Quinn      Rating:  
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ASP.NET has a match for the Classic ASP global.asa file and that is Global.asax. This article will go over the advancements and usage of the global.asax file....

Intro To ASP.NET     
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A fairly in-depth introduction to ASP.NET, by Christophe Lauer....


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