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Your first ASP.NET Page.
This article describes all the steps required to run your first ASP.NET page from downloading and installing ASP.NET Premium edition to developing and running your first ASP.NET page.... 2) A Fast-Track Guide to ASP.NET
A Sample Chapter from Professional ASP.NET. Covers Installing .NET, Creating ASP.NET Applications in Visual Studio.NET, The difference between ASP.NET Different and ASP, Web forms, Server Control, Code and Content Separation, and more.... 3) An Overview of ASP+
Well by now many of you have probably heard, or at least caught wind of, the fact that the next version of ASP is not going to be ASP 4.0. It is instead going to be called ASP+, and what a difference that plus sign makes. This article describes the new ASP in a great detail. Topics include: The New ASP+ Infrastructure, Increased Performance, Greater Scalability, Quicker and Easier Development, Easier Manageability, Improved Security, Language Support, and Web Services.... 4) Introduction to ASP+
This is a sample chapter from `A preview of Active Server Pages+` by Wrox Press. Main topics include: Introduction to ASP+ and the Evolution of ASP, The Next Generation Web Services Framework, How is ASP+ Different from ASP?, Getting Started with ASP+, and more.... 5) ASP to ASP+ Migration
Microsoft is set to release an exciting upgrade to ASP later in 2000. This is a major upgrade unlike the minor changes from ASP 2.0 to 3.0. Unlike past upgrades, however, this one will not be painless. When they designed ASP+, Microsoft had to make the hard decision occasionally to break backward compatibility in the interest of improved functionality and features. Before embarking on the inevitableand not painlessmigration to ASP+, it`s best to know what compatibility issues you`ll have to d... 6) Coding in ASP+
This article discusses the benefits of using server controls in ASP+ page and how it differs from using HTML control in an ASP page.... 7) What is Active Server Pages.net?
This is an overview of ASP+. Explains what it is, what it can do, the difference between ASP and ASP+, and other properties of ASP+.... 8) "Includelets" in ASP.NET
This tutorial describes how to use Classic ASP page layout include files in your ASP.NET pages. Full source code provided.... 9) Professional ASP.NET : Exposing Web Services
This is the complete online chapter `Exposing Web Services` from `Professional ASP.NET` by Wrox Press. The chapter provides in depth information about creating and consuming Web Services using ASP.NET....
ASP.NET and C# - Component Based Development - Introductory Article, part I
The author starts this article by describing ASP.NET and C#. This article higlights on ASP.NET web forms and the method of C# implemented in component based development. The author explains about how C# could be used in ASP.NET with and without the help of assemblies. The main theme helps the users to know about the difference between code behind and code inline with example.... 2) Database Access Within an Assembly
We can easily connect a database server within an assembly. After we compile this source code you can access your database provider. In tis source code I have used SQL Server.... 3) Hosting Windows Custom Controls In Web Forms
Hosting Windows Custom Controls In Web Forms is an article in which the author shows how to create a custom web control through which you can open a file with associated application installed on the client machine. The author shows you the advantages and disadvantages of custom Windows control.... 4) eSupport
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A multi-dimensional Enterprise Portal solution using Microsoft Sharepoint server. RDBMS Oracle or MS SQL 2003. Search Engine friendly shopping cart and product catalogue. Newsletters module integrated. Multi-level administration and integration of 20 payment gateways at the click of a button.... 6) VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Creating Multiple-Document Interface (MDI) Applicati
VB.NET 2005 Tutorials: Creating Multiple-Document Interface (MDI) Applications In this tutorial you will learn about Creating Multiple Document Interface (MDI) Applications. In most real time applications we often find that multiple windows open within another window. This kind of need is satisfied by implementing Multiple Document Interface (MDI) Applications. You can create a class and designate it as a MDI window by setting its IsMDIContainer Property as true. Set the value for WindowState... 7) Forms Authentication in ASP.NET 2.0
ASP.NET 2.0 Free Training : Forms Authentication in ASP.NET 2.0 - In this tutorial you will learn about Forms Authentication in ASP.NET 2.0 - Forms Authentication class, Cookie Domain, Forms Cookies, The Login Control, Signin, Signout, Authenticate, Redirect, Login Status, Login Name and Login View Controls.... 8) TPG Web Tools Graphics Manager GM-X Pro
Images are created directly on the website using an intuitive and fully-featured user interface. Using the powerful and familiar method of graphic layers you can compose website images from a variety of shapes, text, images and textures. Image definitions are stored as standard XML files, preserving their multi-layer attributes which enables rapid and efficient modifications to be made to images at any time. This is a particularly useful feature during the dynamic process of website develop... 9) ASP.NET 2.0: GridView Filtering
In this tutorial you will learn how to add a filter to a Grid View Control, To modify the query with a parameterized filter, the WHERE Clause, Parameter properties, Parameter Value Editor and To test filtering.... 10) Using the SAP.NET Connector to connect your .NET applications to SAP
This article will demonstrate how to get connected to SAP and how to call an ABAP function and pass data to and from SAP. The SAP Connector for Microsoft .NET is a programming environment that enables communication between the Microsoft .NET platform and SAP Systems. It supports SAP Remote Function Calls (RFC) and Web services, and allows you to write various applications, for example, Web form, Windows form, and console applications within Microsoft Visual Studio .NET. You can use all Comm...