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An introduction to a post-relational database for .NET, Matisse - Part 1     
Total Hits: 141  |  Today: 0Author: John Sasak.      Rating:  
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When it comes to database for .NET, there are several options in addition to the well known ones such as SQL Server or MySQL. One of them is Matisse, a post-relational database by Matisse Software.

Why Matisse? It is the only SQL database that I know of, which is extended with complete object capabilities and natively supports .NET. It features user defined types, inheritance, polymorphism, and a simple data model with declarative constraints, etc. Over the last two years I have acquired ...

Beginning Active Server Pages - Introduction     
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Active Server Pages enables a web developer to replace static HTML pages with 'live data'. This information might be from a database, or simply by using cookie information. But why does this have any relevance to a VB website? The reason is Active Server Pages use Visual Basic as its main language (it also supports Javascript), and therefore makes it easy for a VB developer to become an ASP developer too. However, please note that this tutorial assumes some knowledge of HTML....

Your first ASP.NET page     
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ASP.NET is an exceptionally remarkable technology for building web applications. We begin exploring ASP.NET pages with this first article. In this article we'll learn :
* From where to download ASP.NET premium edition?
* The installation process.
* Developing your first ASP.NET page.
* Running and testing your ASP.NET page....

Introducting Microsoft DotNet     
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This detailed description of the .NET platform includes general descriptions of aims and objectives, application details, language requirements, and a prognosis for .NET....

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....

What Is ASP.NET     
Total Hits: 310  |  Today: 0Author: Sonu Kapoor      Rating:  
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In the past I worked very much with ASP and everything was fine for me. But I thought why not try the newer Technology of Microsoft called ASP.NET ( Active Server Pages ). In this Article I will try to explain the basics of ASP.NET. I will not only explain the theoretical part but I also will show you some practical "hello world " style examples....

The Road to ASP.NET     
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In this article I will discuss some of the advantages of ASP.NET, what has changed, how to get started, and where to look for help. This article is intended for those new to ASP.NET....

Active Server Pages+: ASP+ Improves Web App Deployment, Scalability, Security, and Reliability     
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ASP has been rebuilt from the ground up. The result? Active Server Pages+.
ASP+, with a host of new features, provides for easier to write, cleaner code that's simple to reuse and share. ASP+ boosts performance and scalability by offering access to complied languages; development is more intuitive thanks to Web Forms; and an object-oriented foundation facilitates reuse. Other important features include page events, Web Controls, and caching....

ASP.NET Overview     
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ASP.net offers a rich collection of objects and classes. Unlike "Classic ASP" which had 6 intrinsic objects (server, request, response, request, application, session) ASP+ offers far too many objects to count. And since ASP directly supports a rich tread-safe API that totally replaces the traditional API all things can be done without 3rd party controls for those who want to work "on the cheap"....

An introduction to jQuery  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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I admit it. For many, many years I hated JavaScript. I hated writing JavaScript code, and even more I hated the pain that goes along with dealing with different browsers using reams of script code. I still hate the same problems today, but thanks to a recently gained better understanding of JavaScript and a small JavaScript client library called jQuery I'm no longer dreading the days when I have to write client centric Ajax script code....

An introduction to LINQ for db4o  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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There are some very nice additions to the new C# 3.0 language. For instance Automatic Properties, Object and Collection Initializers, Extension Methods, Lambda Expressions, Anonymous Types and of course LINQ.

As a developer you probably often write code for accessing data with OLEDB, DAO, ODBC, ADO or ADO.NET. Or maybe you are using an object relational mapper like NHibernate or even ActiveRecord. You probably noticed that each time you needed more coding than you wanted. In this demo ap...

ASP.NET Tutorial  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 35  |  Today: 0Author: Jesudas Chinnathampi (Das)      Rating:  
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In Classic ASP, we were having only six objects and we have only less to learn. But now, in ASP .NET (V1 Framework) we have around 4,000 classes and 78,000 methods and properties. This is a beginner's tutorial for ASP .NET. All examples have been worked out in VB. To start with, I am starting with three web server controls. I will add many other controls with ready to use examples in the coming days....

What is .Net and Where is ASP.NET?     
Total Hits: 168  |  Today: 0Author: Lakshmi Moningi      Rating:  
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This article is desiged for those you wish to learn a little bit about the .Net framework. Not only will it show you how .Net operates, it will explain where ASP.NET fits in.What is .NET, though? If you check out Microsoft's .NET Page, it is described as "Microsoft's platform for XML Web services." Microsoft also describes .NET as a way of delivering software services....


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