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Web Forms in ASP.NET
This tutorial is an easy introduction to ASP.NET web forms. It explains how to write a correct form tag, how to use common web controls, how to maintain ViewState etc.
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ASP.Net 2.0 Improvements
In this article we discuss the several new features that are introduced in ASP.NET and see how it has improved by doing so. The need for improvement lead to ASP.NET 2.0, which was designed keeping in mind the factor that web development requires to be made simpler and faster.
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Classic ASP vs. ASP.NET
This tutorial explains the differences between the Classic ASP and ASP.Net and also focuses on the new features in ASP.NET. ASP.Net opens up a whole new programming model with the blend and combination of Web forms, server-side controls, data binding, and Web services.
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Using Forms Authentication with Active Directory
Forms Authentication is a system in which unauthenticated requests are redirected to a Web form where users are required to provide their credentials. Active Directory is an essential and inseparable element of the Windows 2000 network architecture that lets organizations efficiently share and manage information about network resources and users. This tutorial explains how to implement form authentication using Active Directory warehouse credentials.
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Web Parts in ASP.NET
Many websites often organize their content into modules that allows for personalization. In ASP.NET 1.1, you needed to build your own personalization framework. This article discuss how you can do it with Web Parts, new feature introduced in ASP.NET 2.0.
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ControlState Property Demystified
ASP.NET web applications are based on stateless HTTP protocol. New instance of the web page class is created each time the page is requested from the server. This tutorial explains how to create controls which can remember data across web page postbacks.
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Validation in ASP.NET
Validation server controls are set of controls that enable you to work with the information your end users inputs into application. To ensure valid data is collected, we apply set of validations to data we collect. Validation is a set of rules that you apply to the data you collect.
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Keyboard Shortcut in ASP.NET
Keyboard shortcuts are well known facility in Windows desktop applications. Shortcuts can increase efficiency and usability of your user interface. This tutorial explains how to enable keyboard shortcuts in ASP.NET web application.
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Programmatically setting the focus on asp.net control
Using asp.net Code Behind (aka asp.net code, regardless of where it is situated) you can write your pages to display the blinking cursor (focus) on a particular web control. This improves the usability of your forms for end users. Copy the code example shown in Code Field 1 and paste this data into your Page_Load subroutine...
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What is REST, anyway?
In this article, we explain REST (Representational State Transfer). Itís an approach to building distributed systems, though less commonly used than Remote Procedure Calls. We look at what it is, how it differs from RPC, when it might be suitable to use it and what lessons we can learn from it.
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Float, Double and Decimal: do you know the differences?
There are a number of data types available in the .Net framework for storing numbers with fractional parts. They are each appropriate for different situations, and using the wrong one can lead to errors in calculations as well as performance issues! Learn which one you should use when.
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Beginning ASP.NET the Easy Way
ASP.NET is Microsoftís extension to HTML. It requires an ASP.NET compatible web server. Such as, Abyss or IIS (Internet Information Services from Microsoft). There are however plug-ins for Apache Web Server also. Before you continue you will need to know VB.NET which is required for the scripting part of the tutorial. You donít necessarily need a compiler to build an ASP.NET script. Any text editor will work. Letís start by building or first aspx file. Create a new text document in your favorite text editor. Call it default.aspx. Now lets jump in, shall we?
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ASP.NET Programmatically setting the visibility property
This tutorial is a quick and simple example of how to set the visibility property in asp.net code.
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ASP.NET 2.0 - Counting Microsoft Access Rows
This tutorial uses an asp:AccessDataSource and asp:FormView to perform the count, this tutorial will demonstrate in detail how this is easily accomplished.
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Web.Config - Custom Errors tutorial
This tutorial is very quick and easy to learn. It is essential to know this information when developing a site in ASP.NET.
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ASP.NET Textbox Autopostback tutorial
This tutorial will demonstrate how to display the text entered into an asp:textbox on a webpage.
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ASP.NET Thumbnail Gallery
This tutorial will demonstrate how to display the images in a folder as Thumbnails and order them down the page.
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ASP.NET 2.0 - Panel Control Overview
The asp:panel control is used in asp.net 2.0 web applications to seperate different useable areas in the same space on a webpage. This tutorial will demonstrate a basic working example of how the asp:Panel control is used.
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Client Side Callbacks in ASP.NET 2.0
ASP.NET 2.0 includes a new Client Callback feature that enables you to retrieve page values and populate them to an already-generated page with out reconstructing page. That means you can update your pages without completely redrawing the page. End users will not see the page flicker and reposition, and the pages will have a flow of a thick client application.
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How to use ImageMap Control
Explains how to turn an image to navigation menu with ImageMap Control. In the past, developers would break an image into multiple pieces and put it together again in a table, reassembling the pieces into one image. With the new ImageMap control, you can define images with distinct regions called hot spots which are identified using coordinates.
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