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ASP.NET MVC PDF Library Tutorial
ASP.NET MVC PDF Library Tutorial is for developers looking to introduce PDF document generation into their next C# or VB.NET MVC project. This powerful application from IronSoftware will add a ton of functionality to your next build. That adds the ability to manipulate PDFs, add pages, delete pages, merge, convert, and more all without having to worry about image quality or degradation between different generated PDFs. Now the next project you are developing for a document-heavy clientele can cut way down on the time and money your users are pouring into billing, historical record-keeping, digitization, and more. Imagine the speed and efficiency a government organization will experience by being able to safely and reliably generate PDFs within their own ecosystem instead of opening multiple other resource-heavy programs. This adds excellent utility as you never know what capability the current technology of your client will be. Your users will be able to maintain their current format preferences like titles, tags, headers, paragraphs, and image placement. This allows more organization and easy transmission of reports for firms or those working in the digital space, a highly valuable benefit given how many people are currently performing remote or hybrid career models. ASP.NET MVC PDF Library fully supports .NET 5, Core, Standard, Framework, and Azure and can generate PDF documents in pixel-perfect chromium rendering. That is a powerful benefit seeing how all of these activities are introduced into your custom application and not with outside third-party support. You can get started with ASP.NET MVC PDF Library Tutorial for Developer by visiting the download page at https://ironpdf.com/. IronSoftware has also created a highly useful documentation page at https://ironpdf.com/docs/questions/asp-net-mvc-pdf-binary/ to give users and developers a better idea of how to integrate the application into current projects.
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Creating Task Manager in ASP.NET MVC5
A step-by-step tutorial that explains how to build a task manager in ASP.NET MVC5 with the use of DHTMLX Scheduler .NET, ASP.NET Identity and Entity Framework.
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7 Steps To Appointment Calendar In ASP.NET MVC5
Here is a step-by-step tutorial that allows creating a basic appointment calendar in ASP.NET MVC5 with the use of DHTMLX Scheduler .NET, Entity Framework (CodeFirst) and Bootstrap. Ready calendar template is provided.
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Using PlaceHolder Control in ASP.NET
ASP.NET PlaceHolder Control is not like other standard ASP.NET controls. It has no user interface and doesn't produce any HTML output on client side. This tutorial explains how to use PlaceHolder control and solve common problems when create dynamic user interface.
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ASP.Net MVC Tutorial and Tips
Learn how to build web apps using ASP.Net model view controller pattern. Step by step guide to teach you basics of ASP.Net MVC.
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How to create a Cloud Service with Windows Azure
Today I’m going to show you how I created a cloud service with Microsoft Windows Azure. It’s pretty easy, and the tools are great to work with. I am putting the code up on GitHub if you want to extend or experiment with it
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Task Manager Creation in ASP.NET MVC
A simple step-by-step tutorial that explains how to create a task manager in ASP.NET MVC from scratch. Two groups of users (Manager and Employee) are created in the application. Manager can create, modify and assign tasks to employees who can only view task details and change the status of each task.
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Creating a Web Calendar App with NHibernate
This article explains how to create a NHibernate-based app with Scheduler .NET web control. The provided descriptions include the creation of a database in SQL Server Management Studio. A demo sample is provided for download.
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Room Booking Calendar in ASP.NET MVC3
Explore this step-by-step tutorial to see how to create a room booking calendar in ASP.NET MVC3 Razor. You'll learn how to set up credentials authentication with ASP.NET Membership and add essential booking features to Scheduler .NET. A demo sample is available for download.
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Event Calendar with Entity Framework: Quick Guide and Sample
By covering the five simple steps of this tutorial you'll create an event calendar in ASP.NET MVC 4 that uses Entity Framework. The calendar offers standard calendar views and functions, such as simple drag-and-drop, Ajax loading, events load and save and an attractive and customizable appearance. The functionality can be extended when required.
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Event Calendar for ASP.NET MVC Video Tutorial
A short tutorial on how to create a simple nice-looking event calendar/ scheduler for ASP.NET MVC.
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Asp.Net Simple Survey Application
The companies which are offering variety of services to the customers, they need to get the response from the customers in many forms. By analyzing these responses companies will have an overview of their services and performance. The surveys or polls are very much important in different situation and organizations. for examples, consider a company is selling different products in the market. If they want to know the product usage and end user satisfaction they will conduct a simple survey among the users after collecting most of the public responses, they start analyzing these response in different angles like, What is usage percentage of this product among the people. How often people are purchasing this product Public satisfaction index and etc. Here I am going to brief you out how to create and manage the application from asp.net
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How to Learn C# Part 5 - Selection Statements
A detailed look at selection statements in C# and how they control program flow
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How to Learn C# Part 4 - Variables and Types
In this tutorial we'll cover variables in types in C# and how they work.
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How to Learn C# Part 3 - Coding Basics
In this tutorial we'll go over some C# coding basics so you can get started writing complex ASP.Net pages fast
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How to Learn C# Part 2 - .NET Namespaces
In part 2 of my series we go over namespaces and what they mean for .NET programming
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How to Learn C# Part 1 - Introduction to C# .NET
In this introduction to C# I explain how to get set up and start writing code in C#
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5 Steps to a Simple Scheduler in ASP.NET MVC3/MVC4
By following this 5-step tutorial, you'll learn how to create a simple scheduler/ event calendar in ASP.NET MVC. Setup instructions via NuGet, code snippets and screenshots are provided.
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Introduction: Validation Controls - Course ASP.NET 4 and Visual Studio 2010 - Lesson 13
In this video, we start our discussion on validation controls. We explain the need of these controls and their importance for data validation. Any control with the ValidationProperty attribute can have its data validated using the validation controls. These controls validate the data on the client side and the server side. We can turn off the client validation by setting the EnableClientScript property on the validation control to false. The example we create in this case uses the RequiredFieldValidator to make sure the user enters data for the name and the quantity. Then we add the CompareValidator to make sure the user enters a numeric value for the quantity. To associate the control with its validation control, we set the ControlToValidate property. We set the Text property to “[Required]”, and that is what will display to the user if he/she does not enter a value in the associated control.
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SQL Server Reporting Services tutorial
SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) is a server-based report generation software system from Microsoft. SSRS provides a full range of ready-to-use tools and services to help you create, deploy, and manage reports. With Reporting Services, you can create interactive, tabular, graphical, or free-form reports from relational, multidimensional, or XML-based data sources. You can publish reports, schedule report processing, or access reports on-demand. Reporting Services also enables you to create ad hoc reports based on predefined models, and to interactively explore data within the model. Tutorial presents Reporting Services introduction. Find out how to design, develop and deploy reports.
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