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Auto Completion Using ASP.NET Client Callbacks     
Total Hits: 165  |  Today: 0Author: AzamSharp      Rating:  
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Auto-Completion is a very interesting feature which was primarily made popular by Google. I have already written couple of articles which explains how to implement this feature. In this article I will implement the auto-completion feature using ASP.NET 2.0 client callbacks....

ASP.NET: Compilation     
Total Hits: 264  |  Today: 0Author: Peter Johnson      Rating:  
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Several months ago, I began a discussion on an ASPFriends.com e-mail list about when and how ASP.NET pages get compiled into native code (x86 processor instructions). Some documentation said that native code stays in memory between page requests, and some said it was compiled again for every page request. Microsoft's documentation available at the time (before the final 1.0 release) was ambiguous on the topic. Scott Swigart spelled out the process very clearly for me, and Scott Guthrie at Micros...

Yet another pre-compile tool for ASP.NET web sites     
Total Hits: 362  |  Today: 0Author: Alberto Venditti      Rating:  
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I know: the problem of pre-compiling an ASP.NET web site in order to avoid the classic "compilation delay" felt by the first user browsing those site's pages has been faced many times, and a lot of solutions have been proposed to solve it. But, when I was looking for these solutions to a classic problem, I didn't find the one that I liked completely. So, I decided to develop my own ASP.NET precompiler.Of course, now you are thinking: "Uff, yet another pre-compile tool for ASP.NET web sites". And...

Creating DAL Components Using Custom ASP.NET Build Providers And Compiler Techniques  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 31  |  Today: 0Author: Juergen Baeurle      Rating:  
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There are many articles on the internet that are dealing with the creation and usage of a Data Access Layer (DAL) and the comprising components, also known as DALC (DAL Components). There is nothing new in the process of creation of a DAL. You can actually use Typed DataSets, Microsoft's Enterprise Library (DAAB), or you may use one of the many third party tools to implement a comprehensive DAL system....

Public Hotfix Patch Available for ASP.NET Compilation Issues     
Total Hits: 155  |  Today: 0Author: Scott Guthrie      Rating:  
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In this article, Scott examines how to patch few ASP.NET compilation errors.
Over the last year we've found and fixed a few ASP.NET 2.0 compilation bugs that people have reported running into.

The cause of these bugs is varied - but the root cause usually is related to having projects structured with particular cross page circular dependencies, and they are often triggered when massive file-changes occurs on the system (for example: an anti-virus program updates all of the timestamps ...

Yet another pre-compile tool for ASP.NET web sites  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 23  |  Today: 0Author: Alberto Venditti      Rating:  
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I know: the problem of pre-compiling an ASP.NET web site in order to avoid the classic "compilation delay" felt by the first user browsing those site's pages has been faced many times, and a lot of solutions have been proposed to solve it. But, when I was looking for these solutions to a classic problem, I didn't find the one that I liked completely. So, I decided to develop my own ASP.NET precompiler....

ASP.NET: Compilation     
Total Hits: 160  |  Today: 0Author: Peter Johnson      Rating:  
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Technical details on how ASP.NET pages are compiled to native code when requested.
Several months ago, I began a discussion on an ASPFriends.com e-mail list about when and how ASP.NET pages get compiled into native code (x86 processor instructions). Some documentation said that native code stays in memory between page requests, and some said it was compiled again for every page request. Microsoft's documentation available at the time (before the final 1.0 release) was ambiguous on the topic. ...

Set up the Web Dashboard of CCNet to Display the Compiler Error of MSBuild Files  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 23  |  Today: 0Author: Jitendra Zaa      Rating:  
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In this tutorial, I will explain how to setup the web dashboard to display the MSBuild errors....

AspExe - a small ASP.NET compiler and executor for document generation  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 28  |  Today: 0Author: Herre Kuijpers      Rating:  
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AspExe is a small command line tool that will take an .aspx file and then compile and execute (=render) it. The output is saved to a specified output file. To use the tool, execute the following command on the command line...

Compiling Conditional Code into ASP.NET Websites  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 30  |  Today: 0Author: Malcolm Sheridan      Rating:  
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In the software development lifecycle, there are three streams of environments; development, testing and production. For development environments you normally have extra information that is running to make the debugging experience easier, but for test and production environments you want that turned off so you can squeeze that extra bit of performance out of the application. Doing this can be a challenge without littering your source code with #if #else conditional compilation statements. Well t...

Create a Language Compiler for the .NET Framework  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 34  |  Today: 0Author: Joel Pobar      Rating:  
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Compiler hackers are celebrities in the world of computer science. I've seen Anders Hejlsberg deliver a presentation at the Professional Developers Conference and then walk off stage to a herd of men and women asking him to sign books and pose for photographs. There's a certain intellectual mystique about individuals who dedicate their time to learning and understanding the ins and outs of lambda expressions, type systems, and assembly languages. Now, you too can share some of this glory by writ...



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