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ASP.NET 2.0 Application Development
Client applications are applications that run on the client system-or the desktop of the user. They are closest to the traditional windows based applications and they display forms or windows on the desktop enabling the user perform predefined tasks. Word processors and spread sheets are examples of client applications that employ menus, GUI elements and access local resources such as printers and scanners.
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ASP.NET 2.0 Framework Tools
In order to facilitate ease of development and deployment of applications, the .NET framework provides the user with a number of tools. All these tools can be run from the command line with the exception of the Assembly Cache Viewer (Shfusion.dll) and the Microsoft CLR Debugger (DbgCLR.exe). In order to ensure that these tools function optimally the user has to set the Path, Include and Lib environment variables by running SDKVars.bat in the /v.2.0/Bin directory and executing it in the command shell.
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ASP.NET 2.0 Framework Fundamentals
.NET framework is a Windows Component that supports the building and running of windows applications and XML Web services. The purpose of the component is to provide the user with a consistent object oriented programming environment whether the code is stored locally or remotely. It aims to minimize software deployment and versioning conflicts and also promote safe execution of code including codes executed by trusted third parties. It is directed towards eliminating performance problems of scripted or interpreted environments. The effort is to make developer experience consistent across a variety of applications and platforms and create communication standards that help .NET framework applications integrate with all other web based applications.
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Getting started with ASP.NET 2.0
ASP.NET 2005 is part of a whole suite of applications and user interfaces that are packed under the banner of Visual Studio.NET 2005. Code named as Whidbey, the entire package is still being tested and the final version is slotted to be released late this year. The suite includes the .NET Framework; user interfaces like Windows forms, ASP.NET and Compact framework; Official languages like C#, J# and Visual Basic.NET; Integrated Development Environment (IDE) like Visual Studio.NET.
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ASP.NET: Accessing Data with C#
This tutorial explains about Accessing Data with C# with an Overview of ADO.NET, Connecting to Data , Executing Commands , Working with Data and Choosing an ADO.NET Provider along with the Project files used in this.
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ASP.NET: Using the DataList and Repeater, Datagrid Controls
In this tutorial of Week 6 we will be learning about Overview of List-Bound Controls, Creating a Repeater Control, Creating a DataList Control, Introduction to the DataGrid, Setting Up the DataGrid , Using Advanced DataGrid Features and Adding Advanced Features.
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ASP.NET: Managing Data with ADO.NET DataSets and C#
This tutorial explains about The Role of DataSets in ADO.NET , Using DataSets in ASP.NET , Saving DataSets in Session State, Using DataTable Constraints, DataSet, DataRelations Using DataSets with DataAdapters to Modify Data and the Transactional Model in DataSets.
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ASP.NET: Creating and consuming XML Web Services with C#
We all talk about webservices, webservices can do this and webservices can do that. But when we are asked to make one, we hesitate. Maybe it's because we never made a webservice before, and all the time playing with Webforms and Windows Forms or even Console Applications. By the way, I love Console applications. In this article, I will show you how to create a simple webservice that is consumed by a Console application client.
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ASP .NET: Migration and Interoperability
Before Asp.net invasion there were many other programming languages and technologies on which the dynamic pages were made. In this tutorial I will explain how we can migrate our classic asp application to the modern asp.net application. Most of the components that were written was in visual basic 6 which communicated with the asp application using the COM components.
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ASP .NET: Managing State with ASP.NET and C#
Web Applications are disconnected in nature which means that there is no way for the browser to know who is using the application at present time. In classic Asp programming maintaining state was a headache for the developers. They had to write alot of code to maintain state. But Asp.net model provides easy state management. In this article we will see how we can persist state in multiple pages so the user is recognized by the browser.
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ASP .NET: Caching in Asp.net
This tutorial explains about The Importance of Caching, Declarative Page Output Caching, Programmatic Page Caching, Caching Page Fragments, Caching Data and Monitoring Performance.
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Stress Testing and Monitoring ASP.NET Applications
In this paper, we discuss the concepts behind performance testing and its role in the development and testing cycles. We cover performance testing fundamentals and general methodologies for testing aWeb application. We also describe the features of the Microsoft Application Center Test (ACT) tool and provide a step-by-step tutorial on how to utilize the tool on an ASP.NET application.
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ASP.NET with C# Training Launch
We will be starting ASP.NET training with C# from this week. The content will be updated on weekly basis. ASP.NET with C# training series teaches experienced developers the C#, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, VB .NET and Visual Studio .NET skills they need to successfully build database-driven Web applications and Web services. We will be providing sample code along with any articles links from external sites, please use discussion board if you have any questions. At the end we will be doing a mini Project depending the response from the users.
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Introduction to ASP.NET with C#
Introduction: In this tutorial we will introduce the new technology for building websites. This new technology is known as Asp.net. Asp.net allows the developer to build applications faster. This is achieved due to the fast that Asp.net makes use of the rich class libraries provided by Microsoft. net framework.
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ASP.NET: Using Rich Server Controls with C#. Working with Web Forms Controls and C#
Introduction: In this tutorial we will introduce some of the most commonly used controls used in Asp.net web programming. We will see all the different types of controls and their behavior. I will not talk about complex, data bound or template controls in this tutorial since we are going to look at that in later tutorials.
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ASP .NET: Validating User Input with C#
This tutorial covers Validating User Input with C# covers Overview of ASP.NET Validation Controls , Using the Simple Validators , Using the Complex Validators and Summarizing Results with the Validation Summary Control.
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ASP.NET: Using Rich Server Controls with C#
Microsoft.net framework provides the developer with more advanced controls. Among those are the Calendar, AdRotator and the Xml Control. In this Tutorial we will see how we can make use of the rich controls provided by the framework.
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Support Mobile Devices in ASP.NET
Explains how to customize ASP.NET pages on different devices types, how to support CSS and how to make user friendly mobile sites
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How to support mobile devices in ASP.NET
Mobile Devices such as cell phones with web access and Personal Digital Assistants (PDA's) are becoming more common. The infrastructure that supports "Wireless Web" is becoming larger and more reliable with the advent of time. Mobile devices use a different standard called "Wireless Markup Language " (WML) for consuming web pages. This article is aimed to explore some dimensions of ASP.NET Mobile Software Development kit (Mobile SDK) to create web pages with the same norms and constructs that are required for building any traditional page.
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DotNetNuke Quick Start Guide Videos (Free)
Quickly get to grips with DotNetNuke with these 3 videos. Provides essential tips for beginners to DotNetNuke from securing DNN to adding modules to the page (ie. Text/HTML, links, image modules). Working with skins, changing the logo. (40min)
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