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An introduction to the Vectir SDK  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Vectir is an application that allows you to remote control your PC from your phone. They support a large number of phones and the important part is that they support my new phone (BlackBerry Storm 2). What makes it even cooler is that you get the option of connecting via Bluetooth or WiFi. Both these worked perfectly. Unfortunately the WiFi option worked only when I was on the same local WiFi network. This has the potential to give your new remote virtually infinite range, but for some reason Ve...

Introducing the Microsoft Web Farm Framework  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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In this article, Scott examines the release of Microsoft Web Farm Framework. He demonstrates how to provision and scale a web farm and also provides a coverage of Load Balancer Integration. Scott also delves deep into a scenario which shows you how to setup and provision a web farm including the concept of Platform and Application Provisioning....

Introducing the Entity Framework  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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The Entity Framework is a set of technologies in ADO.NET that support development of data-oriented software applications. Architects and developers of data-oriented applications have struggled with the need to achieve two very different objectives. They must model the entities, relationships, and logic of the business problems they are solving, and they must also work with the data engines used to store and retrieve the data. The data may span multiple storage systems, each with its own protocol...

Visual Studio .NET: Build Web Applications Faster and Easier Using Web Services and XML     
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This article provides an overview of these features, as well as a look at Web Services, Web Forms, and new versions of ADO and ASP. It takes a first look at dozens of important new Visual Studio features that aid in the design, development, testing, and deployment of solutions built with Visual Basic, C++, Visual FoxPro, and C#....

Understanding Memory management in the .NET Framework     
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Thanks to Microsoft's .NET, we don't need to worry about memory management in our applications at all! But we still need to take a close look at what is happening with memory management in .NET runtime environment though. Here is why: though memory management in .NET is completely hidden from developers, there are some Dos and Don'ts that we should know about Garbage Collection so that we can keep our applications up to their best performance. In this article, we will look at the Garbage Co.....

Introducing the Boomerang Framework  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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In this article I will introduce you to Boomerang Framework and show how it can help you build notification/communication solutions.

Boomerang is a notification framework for professional developers and integrators providing rock solid service oriented infrastructure and rapid development interface....

Introducing the Entity Framework  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Welcome to this installment of the .NET Nuts & Bolts column. A few the recent .NET Nuts & Bolts columns have been about LINQ. Articles such as an Introduction to Language Integrated Query (LINQ), LINQ to XML, and LINQ to SQL have explained what LINQ is and how to use it with XML and SQL. This article introduces yet another flavor—LINQ to Entities, which is a part of the Entity Framework....

Introduction to XLINQ     
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The LINQ project is part of the Microsoft.NET C# 3.0 framework. LINQ allows the developer to manipulate the data in both the memory and persistent data store. In this article I will introduce the XLINQ API which is used to manipulate the XML structured documents....

What is Microsoft .NET?     
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Microsoft .NET is the leading in IT world. My article explains what is Microsoft .NET and about the concepts of platform independent .NET...

Microsoft .NET Framework FAQ      
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This document contains frequently asked questions about Microsoft .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework. (15 printed pages...

The .NET Common Language Runtime     
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Years ago, when I was just a shy junior programmer, I had a dream. I dreamt of a world in which I had no need to figure out the right messages for handling in my Windows applications. Moreover, I didn’t want to research the best way to export functions from Visual C++ to accommodate incoming calls from Visual Basic (VB) applications. As a first-year student at the Windows university, I found particularly hostile the different programming models that the various Windows programming tools wer.....

Introducing Microsoft .NET     
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By bringing us .NET, Microsoft is presenting us with a new platform designed to facilitate development of interoperable Web applications, based on a totally new architecture. For Microsoft, .NET will be a way of "programming the Web," no less.

Taking it to the .NET - The Challenges Facing Today's Development Managers     
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Development managers charged with building web-enabled applications face a daunting task. David Kravitz talks about the issues to be considered in such projects and how Microsoft .NET can provide a framework to build robust applications.

What is .NET? How will it affect us?     
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Microsoft.NET is a vision, not reality, but that vision has a powerful company behind it. But what is that vision and what does it mean to you--if anything? What is Microsoft "betting the company" on? Find out why Microsoft is pushing the .NET model, what the timeline for implementation is, and how .NET could affect users, network administrators, and developers.

dot NET? What's that?     
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Simply put .NET is a new and innovative architecture that has a wide variety of uses. It makes mobile devices, connectivity and information a lot more accessible and easy to handle. It's a programming infrastructure for the net and a whole new user experience....

Overview of Microsoft .NET Framework     
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This presentation focuses on the .NET Framework the platform for building integrated, service orientated applications to meet the needs of today's Internet businesses. From Web Forms and ASP+, to Web Services, deployment, and configuration...

Introduction to .NET Framework Tools  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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In this article Suresh examines the commonly used 13 .NET Framework tools, such as gacutil.exe, aspnet_regiis.exe, aspnet_compiler.exe, etc. with the help of detailed explanations. He provides the description of relevant commands and options in tabular format and also the usage examples for some of the tools followed by relevant analysis. After finishing the article you will know the purpose and utility of each of these tools in a nutshell....

What's New in the .NET Compact Framework Version 3.5  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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The .NET Compact Framework version 3.5 extends the .NET Compact Framework with many new features. This topic provides information about these key additions and modifications. You can install the .NET Compact Framework 3.5 to RAM by using a CAB file. To obtain this software, see the Microsoft .NET Compact Framework Downloads page. For additional information about installing .NET Compact Framework 3.5, see How to: Install the .NET Compact Framework....

.NET vs .NET CF Development  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
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Development of desktop and mobile .NET applications is nowadays more-or-less the same. Microsoft Visual Studio and .NET can be used to develop for both platforms. Even though the .NET Compact Framework is a subset of large .NET Framework, it allows developing mobile applications in a same way as the desktop ones. In addition, developer can use well known programming languages, such as C# or Visual Basic.
At the first sight, the mobile applications development can be considered equal to the de...

What Is A Framework?     
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From my perspective, a framework does several things:
* it makes it easier to work with complex technologies
* it ties together a bunch of discrete objects/components into something more useful
* it forces the team (or just me) to implement code in a way that promotes consistent coding, fewer bugs, and more flexible applications
* everyone can easily test and debug the code, even code that they didn't write...

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