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Select and Display database records in ASP.NET
How to connect to a database and access records is a piece of functionality that most web developers (be it Classic ASP, PHP, PERL, ASP.NET) have to contend with a on a regular basis. Actually, any developer who has ever built a dynamic site (and we're talking multi-millions here) has found themselves working with data stored in a database. "But I just want to know how to do it with ASP.NET" I heard you say... Good, because I'm about to show you how in simple, common sense terms. In fact, this article is specifically written from a Classic ASP developer's perspective....that is, developers who are not familiar with ASP.NET and its alien concepts of objects, classes, controls and what-not. So let's get stuck into it shall we...
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Mainpulating Files and Directories in ASP.NET
Explains different ways to manipulate files and directories on web server by using ASP.NET. For example, applications could require to create a new file, delete an existing file, modify the contents of an existing file, and check whether a file with given name exists or not etc.
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Dangerous paths - URI Design
ASP.NET is essentially an advanced request-processing framework. Naturally, the URI is the most important part of any request (or should be). This tutorial explains how to avoid common mistakes in URIs design.
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Dynamic Calendar Web Application in ASP.NET
This tutorial explains how to make database driven project to manage events, holidays, birthdays and other specific dates. Linking a database of events and the dates to our page, we can dynamically generate a calendar which will show the required information on specific dates.
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ASP.NET Page Life Cycle
A page in an ASP.NET application consists of several server controls. These are the fundamental building blocks of an ASP.NET application. This tutorial explains life cycle of an ASP.NET page whether the page is requested for the first time or it is a postback.
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Tracking Your Website's Visitors and Statistic in ASP.NET
This tutorial lays down the basic architecture of a tracking website and highlights the technical aspects while implementing it using ASP.NET with C#. Tracking websites can record the visitor activity on any site (by pasting their tracking snippet). The recorded data can be used to generate various useful reports.
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Working With COM/COM+ in ASP.NET
Microsoft introduced a new concept called managed code. Code that runs within the CLR environment is called managed code. Code that runs outside the boundaries of CLR environment is called unmanaged code. This tutorial explains how to use unmanaged components, like ActiveX in ASP.NET application.
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ViewState in ASP.NET
One of the most interesting features of ASP.NET 2.0 is the open way it allows the programmer to manipulate a control's ViewState. This tutorial explains how to use ViewState to save data across the ASP.NET page postbacks.
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Building a Simple CMS for your static website in ASP.NET
This tutorial explains how to build simple content management system in ASP.NET and MS Access database. It includes sample Visual Studio 2005 CMS project.
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How to Get Started With ASP.NET
An easy intro to ASP.NET. Includes simple SnakeEyes web game. ASP.NET is a server side scripting technology developed by Microsoft as a part of the Microsoft's .NET Framework. This framework is built on the common language runtime, which can be used on a server to build powerful Web applications.
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Themes in ASP.NET
Explains how to define the look and feel of a web site by using ASP.NET themes. Themes are used to define the look and feel of a web site, similarly to how pages are styled using CSS. Themes make it much easier to standardize your website's look and feel and tweak it later.
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.NET Framework Overview
.NET is essentially a system application that runs on Windows. The heart of .NET is the .NET Framework. The most important component of the framework is the CLR as the heart and soul of the .NET architecture. Every application written using the Framework depends on the CLR. Among other things, the CLR provides a common set of data types, acting as a foundation for C#, VB, and all other languages that target the .NET Framework. Because this foundation is the same no matter which language they choose, developers see a more consistent environment.
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The .NET Platform
Microsoft .NET platform defines a standard around which a system can be developed. Microsoft .NET platform provides countless opportunities for different services and systems to interact, allowing programmers to develop powerful solutions for the internet. A major theme of Microsoft .NET platform is the idea of Web services, allowing software to communicate directly with other software using Internet technologies. The .NET Framework and Visual Studio.NET, two more core aspects of this initiative, provide a multi-language environment in which developers can create Web services and other kinds of applications.
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The .NET Framework Versions Road Map
Microsoft started development on the .NET Framework in the late 1990s originally under the name of Next Generation Windows Services (NGWS). By late 2000 the first beta versions of .NET 1.0 were released. .NET Framework 1.0 This is the first release of the .NET Framework. Released on February 13, 2002. Available for Windows 98, NT 4.0, 2000, and XP. Mainstream support by Microsoft for this version ended July 10th, 2007, and extended support ends July 14th, 2009.
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Microsoft .NET Framework Feature
The Microsoft .NET Framework is enrich lots of features that makes it a milestone in the world of software technology. And the main Microsoft .NET Framework includs: * Support for Components * Language Integration * Language Independency * Common Runtime Engine * Base Class Library * Application Interoperation across the Web * Simplified Development and Deployment * Improved Reliability * Portability * Greater Security. Here we see all feature of Microsoft .NET Framework
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New Features in the .NET Framework Version 3.5
Microsoft released ASP.NET 3.5 on November 19, 2007. Along with it, was released Visual Studio 2008. In this version Microsoft enhanced features of .NET Framework Version 3.0 and add some new too. Now we will take a look at new and enhanced features in the .NET Framework version 3.5. The which get updated or added by Microsoft are: * .NET Compact Framework * ASP.NET * Add-Ins and Extensibility * Common Language Runtime * Cryptography * Networking * Windows Communication Foundation * Windows Presentation Foundation * Windows Workflow Foundation * Windows Forms * LINQ * Expression Trees * Programming Languages
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Microsoft .NET Overview
The Microsoft .NET Framework is a software technology that provides a new programming interface to Windows services and APIs, and an amazing convergence of many technologies. The Microsoft .NET Framework is a set of languages, including C#, J#, and VB.NET; a set of development tools, including Visual Studio .NET; a comprehensive class library for building web services and web and Windows applications; as well as the Common Language Runtime (CLR).It also includes the Base Class Libraries (BCL), offering ways to utilize Collections, I/O, networking, among others. A complex stack of libraries is built on top of the BCL, including technologies like ADO.NET for database access, XML APIs to manipulate XML data, and Windows Forms to display rich user interfaces (UIs). These components collectively form the largest part of the Microsoft .NET Framework.
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How to create your own RSS Reader
A tutorial about multiple methods of creating an asp.net rss reader
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Using Calendar Control in ASP.NET
Calendar is one of the Rich Web Controls available in ASP.NET. Calendar is used to display a one-month calendar. This tutorial explains how to use Calendar Control to select dates or time periods.
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Globalization and Localization
Tutorial explains how to make international applications customizable to users belonging to different nations, cultures, or regions. The local is the combination of a language and a country. An application uses the locale to identify the preference of a user.
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