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ASP.NET Controls Explained: Part 1/2     
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In ASP.NET, there are several features that we can use to make our code reusable and independent of other code, including user controls, server controls, and the code behind method. In this article James explains what each of these features are used for, and also shows you how to use each one by providing a number of simple yet detailed ASP.NET examples....

ASP.NET Controls Explained: Part 1/2     
Total Hits: 1614  |  Today: 0Author: James Yang      Rating:  
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In ASP.NET, there are several features that we can use to make our code reusable and independent of other code, including user controls, server controls, and the code behind method. In this article James explains what each of these features are used for, and also shows you how to use each one by providing a number of simple yet detailed ASP.NET examples....

Getting Started with ASP.NET     
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ASP.NET is a new Internet programming technology from Microsoft that applies a more streamlined, object-oriented approach to building dynamic Web applications. With existing Active Server Pages technology, server-side code is intermingled and interspersed with client-side HTML. This often results in large, complex pages of code, where following the logic of the program can be difficult at best, especially if you are new to programming....

IBuySpy Portal Sample Application     
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The ASP.NET Portal sample application shows how you can use the new Microsoft .NET frameworks and ASP.NET development framework to build a corporate or internet portal application. It offers all the functionality of typical portal applications, including roles-based security and the ability to interatively add content and change the configuration....

Introduction to ASP+     
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ASP is released in late 1996, which came as an Add On to IIS 3.0. Then Microsoft released ASP 2.0 as part of Windows NT 4.0 Option pack. It is just an option for the user to install ASP or not. The only major difference from ASP 1.0 is that the components can be run out of process from ASP Applications in ASP 2.0. The next version of ASP i.e. ASP 3.0 came along with Windows 2000, COM+, IIS 5.0. And there is no much difference compared to its previous version....

ASP.NET Quickstart Tutorial     
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The QuickStart Tutorials are the fastest way to understand what the .NET Framework technology offers leading-edge developers. Inside you'll find information about the most compelling features of the .Net Framework technology, including how to put them immediately to work for you or your company. The QuickStart samples may be installed locally with the SDK or run online from the link above....

A Preview of ASP+     
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The first ASP.NET book is already out and available today. Published by Wrox Press, A Preview of ASP+ walks the reader through building web applications using ASP.NET. The book was written with active participation from the ASP.NET development team and is a great way to get started with the product....

ASP and Asp.net Differences Summarized     
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A SUMMARY OF CLASSIC ASP and ASP.net DIFFERENCES...

Developer's Guide to the Favorites Service     
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The Favorites Service is a licensed Web Service whose Web Service interface is broken into three subservices: the Logon Web Service, the Account Web Service, and the Report Web Service. All three services can be accessed using standard Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) requests over HTTP (or HTTPS in the case of the Logon Web Service). We will take a look at each of these services, as well as the licensing system for using the Favorites Service.

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Introducing Web Client Software Factory (WCSF)  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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The Web Client Software Factory is a framework for developing ASP.NET and Ajax applications implementing proven patterns and practices. This framework is part of Microsoft Patterns & Practices....

Introducing Windows CardSpace  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Who are you? It's a simple question, but it doesn't have a simple answer. The way you represent your identity changes as you move through the world. When you present your passport at an airport's Immigration Desk, you're a citizen of some country. When you show your driver's license to a policeman who's stopped you for speeding, you're a legal driver who resides in some locality. When you use your credit card to pay for a best-selling novel at a bookstore, you're a customer with a particular acc...

Hello ASP.NET AJAX !  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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In September 2005 I wrote a five part series on using AJAX with ASP.NET 2.0. The series showed how to use raw AJAX with ASP.NET. Though using raw AJAX did the job of improving responsiveness and reducing post backs, it was certainly considerable effort to achieve the desired result. Now that ASP.NET AJAX is on the anvil things are simple yet powerful. In this article I will give you an introduction to ASP.NET AJAX along with a "hello world" sort of example. In coming weeks and months you will ge...

Introducing ASP.NET MVC 3 (Preview 1)  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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This article provides a concise coverage of various features included with ASP.NET MVC 3 Preview 1 with the help of relevant source code examples and screenshots. Scott initially discusses the usage of view specific improvements and then examines the functionality of the new razor view engine, global filters, and new ActionResult types including JavaScript, AJAX, Model Validation and Dependency Injection improvements....

Introduction to Telerik’s AJAX Capabilities  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Telerik is a custom framework vendor that sells controls for building .NET applications. It is one of the many vendors that develop beautiful control suites. The Telerik controls give any developer the ability to develop rich, functional applications, while not losing any visual appeal - due to the support for in-built skins. The core functionality comes with the ability to work on both the client and the server. It features a complete client-side API that uses the ASP.NET AJAX toolkit and also ...

ASP.NET MVC 2 Templates, Part 1: Introduction  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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One of the major new features in ASP.NET MVC 2 is templates.

This is a feature that’s similar to Dynamic Data for WebForms. Given an object of a given type, the system can automatically display or edit that object, whether it’s a simple data item (like an integer, a decimal, a string, etc.) or a complex data item (like a class)....

Introduction to Membership  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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ASP.NET membership gives you a built-in way to validate and store user credentials. ASP.NET membership therefore helps you manage user authentication in your Web sites. You can use ASP.NET membership with ASP.NET Forms authentication or with the ASP.NET login controls to create a complete system for authenticating users....

Page Templates: Introduction     
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Nearly every web site has some type of common layout used for each Page. Classic ASP allowed developers to use Include files to encapsulate reuse. ASP.NET provides many new and better techniques to accomplish the same. This article provides a brief introduction to Page Templates in ASP.NET, which generally refers to the use of inheritance with a base Page class....

Introduction to Application Center Test (ACT)     
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Developers Concentrate on new features to make their job simple. Of course the aim of the New Versions of Visual studio is to make Developer job easy by reducing code more than half of previous versions. Developers look for Code to meet their Client requirement .Most of them least bother about the internal processing of Web server (IIS).This article is to make the developers to check their Application's Performance using Microsoft Application Center Test Tool (ACT)....

WebRequest Parameter Utility     
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WebParam class is used to encapsulate one or more web request parameters into a single request parameter. This class also provides security using message authentication to ensure that the transported data has not been tampered with during transport....

A simple introduction to the .NET Intermedia Language (IL)     
Total Hits: 147  |  Today: 0Author: Filip Bulovic.      Rating:  
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To compile and run the code you must have installed Microsoft .NET Framework Beta 2. This is available for download from http://msdn.Microsoft.com.

When I received copy of Visual Studio .NET Beta 2 I did not manage to find the ILAssemblyLanguageProgrammersReference.doc which was included in beta 1, so I decided to share my experience with other assembly enthusiasts. Other documents for those interested in intermediate language can be find in: " C:\Program Files\Microsoft.NET\FrameworkSDK\...


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