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Multithreading in ASP.NET
Explains how to use threads to enable multitasking in ASP.NET applications. Performance and responsiveness are most the important key issues in the success of your web application. Sometimes you need to perform a long time task, that uses intensive CPU operations. A common solution to this problem is the use of multithreading.
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Debuging with breakpoints in ASP.NET
Explains how to debug ASP.NET application by using breakpoint's advantages. Application code is subject to many types of errors. Examples are syntax errors, and bugs. Most syntax errors can be easily fixed during the compilation phase. On the other hand, most bugs require debugging!
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Manual Threading in ASP.NET 2.0
Explains how to create, manage and synchronize threads manually in ASP.NET. Some times thread pool technique is not sufficient to manage certain cases within your application, and the need for manually creating and fully managing a new thread arises. Creating threads manually is much more complex than using the thread pool, and requires you to have knowledge about threading life cycle and concepts.
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Caching in an ASP.NET 2.0 Web Application
Caching is the most effective technique you can use to improve the performance of your ASP.NET web application. Designing your application with caching in mind, improves both the performance and the scalability of that application.
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Optimization with server controls, application settings & coding practices
Explains different techniques of ASP.NET WebApplication speed optimizations regarding to use of: - page and server controls, - web application settings - best coding practices.
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Speed Optimization in ASP.NET 2.0 Web Applications
Developing a web application that responds to users requests quickly is a target and a challenge for all web developers. ASP.NET was designed with speed optimization and performance improvements in mind. This tutorial covers correct using of state management and data access to develop a high performance ASP.NET application.
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XML Automatic Documentation Tags
Explans in details how to use XML automatic documentation tags in ASP.NET 2.0 source code. We will illustrate in more details how you can benefit from this technique to the most extent by using some other recommended XML tags to give more comprehensiveness and functionality to your final documentation file.
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Date Validation in ASP.NET
In this tutorial, we will try to validate some data coming from a form input. While using this sample code will check the date is true and in correct format. We will compare the date within a culture date format. Code can do two jobs for us : date is valid and date is in correct format.
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User registration and authentication for an ASP.NET 2.0 websites
Explains the authentication process and how to set up authentication and authorization, create and manage roles and apply access rules to the ASP.NET.
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Build Notepad ASP.NET Web Application
A complete ASP.NET 2.0 Notepad Web application example (with source code). Explains Forms, sign in process, some complex SQL queries and new HiddenField ASP.NET 2.0 server control.
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Managing State in Web Services
Explains how to manage a session and application state objects in ASP.NET Web Services. Using session objects is always a good option for maintaining per user data. But the case of web services is different. In real life, Web services may be called thousands of times a day. In such cases, keeping per user data in the webserver would be a bad approach.
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ASP.NET Validation controls introduction
Feedback, contact and registration forms as well as content management systems that support insert, update and delete functions are all common scenarios where form validation should be implemented.
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ASP.NET HOW DO I Video Series: Membership and Roles
Learn how to secure a Web site using the new Membership and Roles features of ASP.NET 2.0. Topics include user registration, password recovery, and restricting access to content with roles. Get a tour of how the Web Site Administration Tool simplifies user account administration and makes it easy to control content access permissions.
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Creating Master Pages with VWD
Learn how to create a website in Visual Web Developer that uses a Master Page as the site-wide template.
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Implementing Web Service Clients
Explains how Web services work and how to call it from ASP.NET. When we create and run this web service , it will be run by a web browser. However, in real life, the true aim of web service can only be achieved if we can call it from some web application or a console application.
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DataSet and DataAdapter in ASP
Explains how to work with multiple tables, handle errors and how DataSet tracks modified table rows. Whenever a row is changed, its status is set from UnChanged to Modified. Whenever, a new row is added, its status would be depicted by DataRow.Added.
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Master Pages with CSS layout
This tutorial is just a starting point to show you how you can combine CSS layouts and Master Pages to create a fairly straightforward 2 column CSS layout for your website.
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Introducing Really Simple Syndication in ASP.NET
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML standard for declaring content entries for small content feeds. The RSS format has gained popularity over the years due to its simplicity. The XML file formatted according to the RSS specification is either found as a physical file or is obtained via a Web site that handles the request and sends the content over the Internet to the client.
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Writing binary files using BinaryWriter
In this source code we will look at anyother new focus on ASP.NET. We could write binay files using BinaryWriter class. Let's see it on a sample code. .
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DotNetNuke Skinning Toolkit
The DotNetNuke Skinning Toolkit demonstrates all of the skin classes within DotNetNuke so that you can easily view, search and learn how to style the various elements within a DotNetNuke skin. Each DotNetNuke class is presented with an image and the various styling options available through CSS.
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