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Building Application Frameworks with C#     
Total Hits: 311  |  Today: 0Author: Nauman Laghari      Rating:  
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Frameworks are generalized and customized application, which can be built upon into a complete and fully functional software programs. In recent years frameworks have been successfully implemented for some specific application domains, most notably user interfaces and data processing. A successful framework is a breakthrough because it means that developers no longer have to start from scratch. If a framework can successfully generate one user interface, it can generate any user interface....

Hello, C#     
Total Hits: 173  |  Today: 0Author: Stanley B. Lippman.      Rating:  
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This sample chapter was excerpted from C# Primer: A Practical Approach, by Stan Lippman.
My daughter has cycled through a number of musical instruments. With each one she is anxious to begin playing the classics—no, not Schubert or Schoenberg, but the Backstreet Boys and Britney Spears. Her various teachers, keen to keep her interest while grounding her in the fundamentals, have tended to indulge her. In a sense this chapter attempts the same precarious balance in presenting C#. In this conte...

Proverb Web Service - Understanding the Web Service WSDL - Part 4     
Total Hits: 109  |  Today: 0Author: Saurabh Nandu      Rating:  
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In the previous few articles in the Proverb Web Service series I have shown you how to create the Proverb Web Service, as well as I showed you how to create a few clients that consume the Proverb web service. While creating these clients I took it for granted that the service was created by me and I knew the details of how the web service was implemented i.e. I knew the exact methods to call, the method parameters, the data-type of these parameters as well as the return value data-type.
In ca...

Writing your first C# Program - Hello World     
Total Hits: 111  |  Today: 0Author: Saurabh Nandu      Rating:  
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New to C# ?? Haven't got Visual Studio.NET ??
In this small article I will take you through writing your first C# program, and compiling it using the command-line C# compiler. I strongly recommend you read this article first to correctly install the .NET SDK on your computer.
As tradition goes the first program you write is the Hello World program, which does nothing more but print a simple "Hello World" message on the console screen. You need a text editor (like Notepad) and the .NET SDK ...

Working with .NET Managed Data Providers in CodeCharge Studio     
Total Hits: 112  |  Today: 0Author: Saurabh Nandu      Rating:  
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The release of the .NET Platform is complimented with the release of ADO.NET the new API to access databases on the .NET Platform. ADO.NET has a concept of Managed Data Providers. A Managed Provider is a group of objects that allow you to access a particular database or a particular type of data sources. Managed Providers help you to gain the maximum performance out of your data source. The .NET Framework by default carries two Managed Providers, the SQL Managed Provider to deal specifically wit...

Creating Custom SOAP Extensions - Compression Extension     
Total Hits: 163  |  Today: 0Author: Saurabh Nandu      Rating:  
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Web Services have already been standardized and its usage if definitely on the rise. Developers are quickly finding new and better ways to apply Web Services in their existing or new application designs. Reviewing many of the Web Services designs I have noticed that developers are increasingly performing heavy weight tasks (passing large SOAP messages) using Web Services. They are passing thousands of records through the Web Methods, there is nothing wrong with this approach, but the only proble...

Getting your system ready with Microsoft .NET v1.1 SDK     
Total Hits: 99  |  Today: 0Author: Saurabh Nandu      Rating:  
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Before you start learning any of the programming language its essential you have the appropriate software required for the language to compile and run. In order to learn C#, you need the C# compiler as well as the .NET Platform installed on your computer. Luckily, Microsoft provides both the C# compiler and the .NET Platform FREE! Besides these, Microsoft has packaged a variety of essential tools as well as comprehensive documentation in the .NET SDK available for download. If you already have i...

Writing your first C# Program - Hello World (.NET v1.1)     
Total Hits: 144  |  Today: 0Author: Saurabh Nandu      Rating:  
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In this article you will learn to write your first C# program and compile it using the command-line C# compiler. I strongly recommend you read this article first to correctly install the .NET v1.1 SDK on your computer. The goal of this article is to get you comfortable with writing a C# program and compiling it. The code you type will be explained in later articles. So dont worry if you cant understand any code in this article.
As tradition goes the first program though is the Hello World pro...

Test Driven Development Using NUnit in C#     
Total Hits: 346  |  Today: 0Author: Muthukumar. V      Rating:  
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Testing during development is one of the basic tenets of eXtreme Programming (XP). Another proposition of eXtreme Programming is automation of every possible, repetitive task. This is because automation improves productivity to a very large extent. Put these two tenants together and you have the bedrock for an increasingly popular design methodology: Test Driven Development (TDD).
The most enjoyed phase of software development will always be Design and Coding, while the most hated parts of so...

A Detailed Overview of the ASP.NET Documentation Tool     
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Although Microsoft have added support for the automatic documentation of ASP.NET projects to Visual Studio.NET, currently only C# offers this functionality. Furthermore, although the documentation produced by C#.NET is quite attactive from a design perspective (view sample), it relies on having to make liberal use of the XML Comments. An alternative is to make your own documentation from the XML Comments file, but this usually involves messing around with XSL stylesheets...

Mapping IP addresses to country codes     
Total Hits: 143  |  Today: 0Author: Jeffrey      Rating:  
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Some days ago i needed to create a newsletter system wich, among other stuff, had to be able to screen scrap a given URL and use it as the mail message body. This is how it's done:...

Screen Scraping with C#     
Total Hits: 233  |  Today: 0Author: Juan Xavier Larrea      Rating:  
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Some days ago i needed to create a newsletter system wich, among other stuff, had to be able to screen scrap a given URL and use it as the mail message body. This is how it's done:...

SmartIrc4net Managed IRC Library     
Total Hits: 240  |  Today: 0Author: Mirco Bauer      Rating:  
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SmartIrc4net is a high-level IRC API for .NET/C#.This library has a 3 layered API, allows developers to pick the layer/features he needs. You could use any layer for writing IRC applications, the question is how much IRC abstraction and features you need....

An Introduction to C#     
Total Hits: 151  |  Today: 0Author: Joey Mingrone      Rating:  
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C# (pronounced "C sharp") is a new language designed by Microsoft to combine the power of C/C++ and the productivity of Visual Basic. Initial language specifications also reveal obvious similarities to Java, including syntax, strong web integration and automatic memory management. So, if you have programmed in either C++ or Java, adding C# to your ken of languages should be fairly straightforward....

Custom Windows Forms Controls: ColorPicker.NET     
Total Hits: 155  |  Today: 0Author: Chris Sano      Rating:  
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Chris Sano introduces you to ColorPicker.NET and demonstrates techniques that were used to build some of the custom controls in the application. ColorPicker.NET, as seen in Figure 1, is the result of a small personal project that I undertook in an attempt to reverse engineer the functionality in the Adobe Photoshop color picker. I do a lot of user interface design work, and in place of firing up Photoshop every time I needed to experiment with some colors, I wanted a lightweight application that...

Collaborative Authoring on the Web: Introducing WebDAV     
Total Hits: 310  |  Today: 0Author: E. James Whitehead      Rating:  
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The irony was intense. The frustrating, awkward nature of collaborative authoring over the Internet became increasingly evident as draft after draft of the WebDAV Distributed Authoring Protocol specification was edited, spelling out how collaboration could be much easier, much more fluid, if leveraged on the Web's standard infrastructure. The collaboration scheme the authors used when writing the specification was typical: each draft required the author to make the revisions, then e-mail changes...

Visual C#.NET, Part 1: Introduction to Programming Languages     
Total Hits: 394  |  Today: 0Author: Michael Youssef      Rating:  
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Learn today what you need to get started with Visual C#.NET. We'll be taking a look at the .NET Platform, the .NET Framework, as well as a quick look at Visual Studio.NET. We'll also take a brief look at the history of programming languages, including machine code, assembly language, as well as high-level languages, such as C#. This is the first chapter of Michael Youssef's book Visual C#.NET (The Absolute Power), printed here with the permission of the author....

Creating Control Arrays in Visual Basic .NET and Visual C# .NET     
Total Hits: 337  |  Today: 0Author: Matthew A. Stoecker      Rating:  
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Arrays provide convenient ways to work with groups of controls that share common functionality. Groups of controls might be used to display related data, or provide related behavior when clicked, for example. Although Visual Basic® .NET and Visual C#® have no inherent support for creating control arrays, you can duplicate all of the functionality of control arrays programmatically. This article will walk you through the creation of a simple component that duplicates control array functionality....

Walkthrough: Accessing an XML Web Service Using Visual Basic or Visual C#     
Total Hits: 171  |  Today: 0Author: MSDN      Rating:  
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The following walkthrough describes the process for accessing an XML Web service from an application created with Visual Basic or Visual C#. During the course of this walkthrough, you will accomplish the following activities:
Create a client application using the ASP.NET Web Application project template.
Add a Web reference for an XML Web service.
Write code to access the XML Web service.
Run the Web application in debug mode.
Deploy the Web application....

Walkthrough: Creating an XML Web Service Using Visual Basic or Visual C#     
Total Hits: 172  |  Today: 0Author: MSDN      Rating:  
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The following walkthrough describes the process for creating an XML Web service that converts temperatures measured in Fahrenheit to Celsius using Visual Basic or Visual C#. During the course of this walkthrough, you will accomplish the following activities:
Create an XML Web service using the ASP.NET Web Service project template.
Implement the XML Web service.
Run the XML Web service in debug mode.
Deploy the XML Web service....



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