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A Journey: From binary to .NET ! ::Part 1     
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Right now, everybody is discussing about .NET and its future in the near future. Is this all stuff only for advance users (developers) ? Well ! Nobody is worried about that because the final aim for everybody is, Do i know this ? If yes then whats next ? and if the answer is no then Who is going to answer my problem ?...

Installing Visual Studio .Net     
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For those of you expert hotshot programmers who are too young to remember what you were doing during the Crash of '87 or who don't know what a mutual fund is, the BASIC compiler was a deal that processed your GW-Basic non-gui, inline code that had a buncha GOSUBS and GOTOS in it, and this dealie would mangle it and turn out an EXE file that you could RUN - without the BASIC interpreter. In geek - speak, kinda like running a Java program without the Java VM....

Making GET and POST Requests on Web Pages     
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In this article, we will see how to make HTTP GET and POST requests on Web Pages. The .NET framework uses the System.Net.WebRequest and the System.Net.WebResponse classes to make requests and get responses. The WebRequest class is used to send a request to a particular Uniform Resource Identifier (URI), such as a Web page from a server. Applications can use the WebRequest class to handle requests in a protocol-agnostic manner. Applications should never create WebRequest objects directly; instead...

Channels and .NET Remoting     
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The .NET framework uses Channel Objects to connect Applications together. The two Channels which are available right now in the .NET framework are the System.Runtime.Remoting.Channels.TCP and the System.Runtime.Remoting.Channels.HTTP classes....

Data Binding With Windows Forms     
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This article shows how Microsoft Windows Forms use Microsoft ADO.NET to allow you to easily bind a form to almost any structure that contains data, and then bind controls on the form to specific elements of the data through both simple and complex data binding....

Calling COM Components from .NET     
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Move from COM development to .NET development without any loss of codebase or productivity and explore the details of calling COM servers from .NET clients. In this document, you'll learn the details of calling COM servers from .NET clients....

Creating controls that resemble the Microsoft control suite.     
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One of my biggest gripes during the advancement of the Visual Basic language (and probably my only gripe in .NET) is the control set that Microsoft distributes. With each release of Windows and various other Microsoft products, the environment changes to keep our ever increasing thirst for change satisfied. The only disadvantage with this is that Microsoft obviously feels that we shouldn't be exposed to those "if only we could" controls. This stance by Microsoft has kept the 3rd party control de...

Abstract Factory Design Pattern Implementation in C# and VB.NET     
Total Hits: 78  |  Today: 0Author: Ashish Jaiman      Rating:  
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An abstract factory provides an interface for creating families of related objects without specifying their concrete classes. Sometimes one wants to construct an instance of one of a suite of classes, deciding between the classes at the time of instantiation. In order to avoid duplicating the decision making everywhere an instance is created, we need a mechanism for creating instances of related classes without necessarily knowing which will be instantiated....

HOW TO: Populate a DataSet Object from a Database by Using Visual Basic .NET (Q301216)     
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DataSet objects, a key part of data access in the Microsoft .NET Framework, are in-memory objects that can hold tables, views, and relationships. This article shows how to fill a DataSet object with the results of one or more database queries, and how to access that data after it is loaded into the DataSet object....

Architectural guidelines for creating Web Applications using the .NET Framework     
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In this article, we will start with the creation of a sample web site and in the process try to identify and then address the different architectural issues that may arise. Once we identify the issues, then we will demonstrate the different ways of solving them and then finally wrap it up by showing which solutions to implement in what situations based on the requirements of the applications. The sample E-Commerce web site we are going to build consists of three pages: The first page shows .....

Using Visual Studio .NET beta 2 and Crystal Reports to create web reports     
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Visual Basic and Crystal Reports, has been one of the most used solutions by programmers to create applications with data and report analyzing abilities. Recently, the applications have changed their target, pointing the attention at Internet and Intranet solutions. Seagate software, consequently, has adapted its best product, making specific changes to serve the web-based applications. In the last release of the product DHTML reports, Java Applet reports, ActiveX reports and much more are suppo...

BETA-HOWTO: Install Visual Studio .NET Beta 2 SP2 to Override Expiration Date (Q304631 )     
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Visual Studio .NET Beta 2 Service Pack 2 (SP2) contains a fix for a time limit feature that caused the product to expire on July 31, 2001. This feature was inadvertently included in the Professional versions of Visual Studio .NET Beta 2....

Team Working in Visual Studio .NET Beta 2     
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This article provides guidance on how to use Visual Studio .NET Beta 2 in a team development environment. It assumes that multiple developers need to work on the same project, and that Visual SourceSafe is used for source control....

Consuming a Web Service from a Win Form Application     
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In this article we will concentrate on consuming the Stock-Quotes Web Service from a Win Form Application. This article assumes that you have already created a Web Service and hosted it in a virtual directory called stockquote. i.e. the full path to the Web Service is http://dotnet101.com/stockquote/stockquote.asmx. Also we shall be using VS.NET to build our Win Form....

Consume Horoscope Web Service in VS.NET     
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An article on how to consume the Web Services in Visual Studio.NET...

Consume COM Components from .NET     
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Don't dump your existing COM components and ActiveX controls. VCDJ's Brian Noyes shows you how to use them in your .NET client applications.

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Q300951 - HOW TO: Create a Remote Server     
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This article illustrates how to create a simple, remote server that another application can access. The application that accesses this server can be located on the same computer, on a different computer, or on a different network. The remote server is broken into two parts: the server object and the server application....

Q300943 - HOW TO: Create Client Access to Remote Server     
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This step-by-step procedure demonstrates how to create a client that accesses a remote server. This client can be located on the same computer, on a different computer, or on a different network....

Tutorial: Working with Data Form Wizard     
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Data From Wizard is one of the useful wizards offered by Visual Studio .NET to develop fully functioning database applications. Although, using a Data Form Wizard is not a big deal, but what if you don’t know any thing about it. That’s why I thought to write this tutorial....

SOAP in the Microsoft .NET Framework and Visual Studio.NET     
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The Microsoft® .NET Framework and Microsoft® Visual Studio.NET take advantage of XML and SOAP technologies to allow developers to create solutions with reach. SOAP is a simple and lightweight protocol with wide industry support. It is useful and usable for a wide variety of applications. SOAP and the .NET Frameworks are an easy and natural fit. SOAP was designed from the ground up to be an extremely simple protocol that can be implemented in a variety of ways for a variety of diff.....



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