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How to create a Random Joke Generator in Java  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Designing apps with Java in Textpad is interesting nontheless fun.
Fast fowarding a bit, we've created a panel, placed listboxes and labels on the panel
And to have all these controls respond to mouse clicks, we have to put some code into it.
But this time, we have chosen to handle all events in the actionPerformed(ActionEvent event) method....

PHP Code to Perform Base64 Encoding and Decoding  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Base 64 literally means a positional numbering system using a base of 64. It is the largest power of two base that can be represented using only printable ASCII characters. This has led to its use as a transfer encoding for email among other things. All well-known variants of base 64 use the characters A–Z, a–z, and 0–9 in that order for the first 62 digits but the symbols chosen for the last two digits vary considerably between different systems that use base 64....

ASP .Net for Developers - Chapter 21 - Configuring and Deploying Your ASP.NET Solutions     
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ASP.NET solutions are designed to use a standardized XML-based configuration file for all important runtime settings. In fact, the ASP.NET runtime uses this same kind of configuration file to control the runtime behavior of ASP.NET on the server.
This standardized XML file can be viewed and updated with any simple editor such as Microsoft Notepad or other tool. And, although the configuration file is a standard format, since it's in XML form, the configuration file is easily extended to suppo...

Build Your Own ASP.NET Website Using C# & VB.NET(Chapters 1, 2, 3 and 4)     
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Before you can start building your database-driven Web presence, you must ensure you have the right tools for the job. In this first chapter, I’ll tell you how to find, download, and configure the .NET Framework. I’ll explain where the Web server is located and how to install and configure it. Next, we’ll walk through the installation of two Microsoft database solutions: Access and MSDE. Finally, we’ll create a simple ASP.NET page to make sure that everything’s running and properly configured....

4. ASP.NET Server Controls     
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A control is a reusable piece of software functionality that usually provides a visible interface. Server controls are those controls that run on a server (vs. Windows Forms controls). In addition to using <% %> to code blocks to program dynamic content, Web Forms pages developer can use ASP.NET server controls to generate HTML elements. Server controls are declared within an .aspx file using custom tags or intrinsic HTML tags that contain a runat=””server” attribute value....

Sample Chapter: Professional ASP.NET     
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When Microsoft announced ASP.NET at the Professional Developer's Conference (PDC) in July 2000, the book vendors quickly realized how awesome Microsoft's ASP.NET was in scope, and how powerful and useful it would become. Not surprisingly, a slew of books from many publishers have already found their way to the bookshelves, and, at the time of this writing, we're just in the second beta of ASP.NET!...

Chapter 6: Data Manipulation with ADO.NET     
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With a foreword by Microsoft's Mark Anders, ASP.NET: Tips, Tutorials, and Code consists of 19 chapters written by seven of today's leading experts in ASP.NET. These authors are professional developers who create ASP.NET applications, teach, run well-known ASP.NET Web sites, either within or outside of Microsoft. The tutorial framework for each chapter includes:
A brief introduction, explaining the concept.A code example, illustrating the concept.A piece-by-piece explanation of the code....

Chapter 3: Customizing the HTML Output     
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Almost a full year ago I (Scott Mitchell) began writing a regular article series about the ASP.NET DataGrid Web control. The series, titled An Extensive Examination of the DataGrid Web Control, as of February 2003, is comprised of 13 parts.In beginning an in-depth examination into the DataGrid, I realized that my online article series could easily span 50 to 100 "parts." I decided to turn this wealth of information into a book, one that focuses strictly on the DataGrid, DataList, and Repeater We...

Building Websites with the ASP.Net Community Starter Kit     
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Microsoft's ASP.NET Community Starter Kit (CSK) is a powerful, freely available application that allows you to quickly create a fully featured community-driven website, complete with article and news management, downloads, forums, and user handling. Supported and tested by thousands of developers in the ASP.NET community across the world, the Community Starter Kit offers you the luxury of a scalable and extensible architecture, and the ability to brand your own site. This book will take you insi...

How To Code HTML Email Newsletters     
Total Hits: 459  |  Today: 0Author: Tim Slavin      Rating:  
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HTML email newsletters are a win-win for publishers and readers. Publishers can track rates for email opens, pass-throughs, and click-throughs to measure reader interest. Readers get information laid out like Web pages which is (in theory) much easier to scan and navigate than a top-down plain text email. For programmers, however, coding HTML email newsletters can be a mixed bag of joy, misery, and pain. The biggest misery is that some email software programs slice your precious code into their ...

The Future: HTML or XHTML     
Total Hits: 410  |  Today: 0Author: Lachlan Hunt      Rating:  
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The discussion of XHTML versus HTML has popped up again, and until now I've managed to resist the urge to throw in my 2¢. Well, no longer will I sit on the side line while the same arguments get rehashed again and again, which will not get us anywhere. In this article, which I originally published in my blog, I'll attempt to answer this question: does the future of the Internet lie with HTML or XHTML? Firstly, I'm just going to set a few ground rules. This is not going to be another version of X...

Rich Media Email Best Practices     
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Flash email dateline 2 years ago: everybody wanted to do it; no one seemed able to pull it off correctly. Flash email dateline now: see above. It's been a few years since we took a long, hard look at Flash email, the promises of those pushing rich media technologies, and those pesky little things like "email Clients" or "Firewalls" that seem to get in the way. Flash email is still very much an enterprise-class solution at this point. There are a lot of marketers who say they can design Flash ema...

The CSS Anthology: 101 Essential Tips, Tricks and Hacks, Chapter 4 - Navigation     
Total Hits: 412  |  Today: 0Author: Rachel Andrew      Rating:  
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Unless you limit yourself to one-page Web sites, you will need to design navigation. In fact, navigation is among the most important parts of any Web design, and requires a great deal of thought if visitors are to get around your site easily. Making site navigation easy is one area in which CSS really comes into its own. Older methods of creating navigation tended to rely on lots of images, nested tables and JavaScript—all of which can seriously affect the usability and accessibility of a site. ...

Introduction to Browser-Specific CSS Hacks     
Total Hits: 433  |  Today: 0Author: Trenton Moss      Rating:  
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More and more Web developers are ditching tables and coming round to the idea of using CSS to control the layouts of sites. And, given the many benefits of using CSS, such as quicker download time, improved accessibility and easier site management, why not? Historically, the main problem with using CSS has been a lack of browser support. This is no longer the case, as version 5 browsers, which all provide good support for CSS, now account for over 99% of the browsers in use. The problem that rem...

My Top Ten CSS Tricks     
Total Hits: 436  |  Today: 0Author: Trenton Moss      Rating:  
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CSS can be complex, and as each new browser version is released, you may well find yourself struggling to keep up with the latest tips and hacks. But those tips and hacks will save your sanity! Here, I've put together the ten tips that I find most helpful, to save you the hassle of scrounging around the Web for solutions when time is tight....

The Anatomy of Web Fonts     
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If one aspect of design has suffered most in its transition to the Web, it is the art of typography. For years, Web typography involved little more than choosing a typeface and font size. Unstyled Times New Roman was the norm, and the integration of established typographical techniques and rules was unimagined. But times change. Since the adoption of CSS into mainstream Web design, we have entered a new age of Web typography. This facet of design has been opened up to the Web designer in a way t...

Converting XML Web Service Test Clients to ASP.NET   Price: $49.99  
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This is an HTML preview version of Chapter 6 of "Visual Basic .NET XML Web Services Developer's Guide," which describes how to write ASP.NET Web service consuming applications. The chapter covers migrating from Windows to Web form consumers, state management, and tracing to determine application peformance. A printable (PDF) final version also is available....

Custom and User Controls     
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Sample Chapter 14 of Programming ASP.NET
Chapter 14 includes a chart of the five types of controls supported in ASP.NET: HTML controls, HTML server controls, web server controls, validation controls, and controls created by the developer. This chapter will discuss this last type of control, known as custom controls, and a subset of them called user controls....

A Preview of Active Server Pages+     
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A sample chapter from the Wrox book, 'A preview of Active Server Pages+'...

Getting Started With ASP.NET     
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A Sample Chapter from "Beginning ASP.NET using VB.NET". ASP.NET is the latest incarnation of Microsoft's Active Server Pages (ASP) - a powerful server-based technology, designed to create dynamic and interactive HTML pages for your Web site, or corporate intranet. ASP.NET also constitutes a core element in Microsoft's .NET vision, providing web-based access to an immensely powerful new development environment, .NET; in this respect alone, it's a great leap ahead of all previous versions of.....

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