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COM+ and .NET Interoperability     
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how existing COM+ applications and new .NET applications can
interoperate with each other. You will be guided through a number of demonstrations in a step-like mannerWe will simulate a real situation where you already have Visual Studio 6.0 and working COM+ applications installed on your machine. You now update to Visual Studio.NET and you need to reuse previous developments. This lab setup thus requires that you have both Visual Studio 6.0 and Visual Studio.NET running on a single machine o...

Download Dot Net Video Tutorials     
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Here are the free videos that are currently available for download: For Beginners/Intermediate Programmers: Detecting File Changes in a Folder Demonstrates the .NET Framework classes that allow you to monitor a file or folder for changes. Write applications that automatically open a file when its FTP'd or copied on a network share....

Creating Simplified Code Generators in VS.NET, Part II     
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VS.NET exposes and extensive automation model that permits one to control almost every facet of the VS.NET IDE....

Creating Simplified Code Generators in VS.NET 2003     
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In this article I would like to talk about a concrete way that you can become a super productive programmer....

Tutorial : Creating Visual Studio Add-Ins     
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Sometimes its desirable to integrate added functionality directly into the environment. Add-Ins are a powerful way to do this. In this example well create an add-in that allows you to insert a copyright statement at the top of your code window....

how to write generalized but still strongly typed code.     
Total Hits: 520  |  Today: 0Author: Wim Uyttersprot      Rating:  
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One set of articles will describe the innovations in the .NET languages; topics will be how generics provide improved code reuse, how iterators simplify the implementation of enumerator patterns, how anonymous methods can ease your work with delegates, and how partial types provide easier development and code maintenance.It looks like a paradox, but it isn’t: by means of .NET generics it becomes possible to write generalized code that is still strongly typed. The idea behind generics is to code ...

Visual Studio Team Foundation Server     
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Eric Lee, Product Manager for Microsoft on Visual Studio Team System talks about the components that make up Visual Studio Team Foundation Server and what the development experience will be for developers using Visual Studio Team System....

Creating simple Add-in for Visual Studio.NET     
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An add-in is a tool that you create programmatically by using objects, methods, properties, collections in .NET's extensibility model. This compiled application enables you to automate the difficult and tedious tasks within the visual studio integrated development environment (IDE). These tasks can be accomplished in response to an event, such as the mouse being clicked, forms being added to the project or control being added to the form. The actions may not be visible to the developer. An add-i...

Net (dotnet) Tips and Tutorials     
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C# (C Sharp), VB.Net and ASP.Net help, tips, and tutorials from the experts. Featuring message boards and a database of tutorials for .Net assistance....

.NET Training     
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Hands on training in more than 75 cities throughout the United States and Canada. Topics covered include ASP, XML, ASP.NET, VB.NET, C#, and SQL. Ask about our travel package! On Site training is also available....

Microsoft.NET Training     
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Set Focus offers Expert corporate and Developer training programs in Microsoft Technologies like .NET, VB.NET, C#, ASP.NET and ADO.NET....

Choosing Between Microsoft Visual Studio Team System and Microsoft Visual SourceSafe  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Picking a software change management solution is an important decision for any developer, whether they are working on their own or as part of an Enterprise.

The Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 product-line offers two choices for software change management: Microsoft Visual SourceSafe 2005 and Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Team Foundation Server....

Exploring Visual Studio .NET CD-ROMs - Full Course   Price: $495.00  
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Find the answers to your .NET questions in this exciting course. This course covers the hot .NET topics featured in trade journals and conferences worldwide. "Attend all of the sessions" at your convenience with industry expert Ken Getz as your guide.

Product Type: Full Course

Training includes:
  • 5 CD-ROMs
  • Over 7 hours of instruction
  • Sample code
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Simplify OBA Development With Interop API Extensions  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Developing applications in C# against the Microsoft Office client application object models can be awkward because these object models use features—such as optional parameters and parameterized properties—that are handled internally in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) and Visual Basic, but not in C#. Furthermore, Office makes extensive use of loosely typed parameters and return values, which are anathema to a strongly typed system like the Microsoft .NET Framework....

Walkthrough: Displaying a Menu on Web Pages  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 36  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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This walkthrough illustrates how to place and configure an ASP.NET Menu control on a Web page.

One common aspect of Web sites of any complexity is a navigational menu. You can use the Menu control in ASP.NET to easily set up a complex navigational menu without writing code....

Walkthrough: Maintaining Web Site User Information with Profile Properties  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 39  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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ASP.NET Profile properties allow your application to track and permanently store user-specific information. For example, users can specify a postal code or a favorite color scheme, and your application can store that information and retrieve it from anywhere in the application. ASP.NET automatically matches the current user — whether the user is anonymous or logged on — with the personal information that is stored for their user account....

Walkthrough: Customizing a Web Site Using Themes in Visual Studio  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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This walkthrough illustrates how to use themes to apply a consistent look to pages and controls in your Web site. A theme can include skin files that define a common look for individual controls, one or more style sheets, and common graphics for use with controls, such as the TreeView control. This walkthrough shows you how to work with ASP.NET themes in your Web sites....

Walkthrough: Data Binding to a Custom Business Object  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 31  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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Many Web applications are built by using multiple tiers, with one or more components in the middle tier to provide data access. Microsoft Visual Web Developer includes a wizard that helps you create a data component you can use as a middle-tier data object, as described in Walkthrough: Data Binding Web Pages with a Visual Studio Data Component....

Walkthrough: Creating Master/Detail Web Pages in Visual Studio  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 35  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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Many Web pages display data in more than one way, often displaying data from related tables. This walkthrough shows you various ways to work with data in multiple controls and from multiple tables, including those that have a master/detail relationship. Tasks illustrated in this walkthrough include:

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Populating a drop-down list with database data.
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Creating filters — SQL statements with a WHERE clause (parameterized queries)....

Web Solution and Project File Conversion  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 38  |  Today: 0Author: Microsoft Corporation      Rating:  
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Visual Studio 2005 changes the Web project model in many ways. For example, a project file is no longer needed because all files in the Web application folder are considered part of the Web project.

The new Web project model affects the conversion of files such as ASP.NET Web Forms pages (.aspx files), ASP.NET user controls (.asxc files), the Global.asax file, and the Web.config file. The exact changes made in these files depend on the programming language of the project that is being con...



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