A Common Look and Feel
Creating A Dictionary<T, V> That Doesn't Throw a KeyNotFoundException
I find it interesting when there are certain tasks in one language which feel simple, fluid, and elegant to write, when in another language they feel sloppy and wrong. This happens every so often and I try to think of a clean way to solve such a problem. Often this doesn't lead anywhere, but I wanted to briefly share something that did.
Creating 3D Charts
This tutorial will be covering how to create 3D charts in ASP.Net 4.0. 3D charts can look very professional if done correctly, and this guide will show you some of the different settings to tweak when using 3D charts to give them the look and feel that you want.
Create Web applications with your own tailor made UI
Learn how to create a Visual WebGui application and completely customize the look and feel of it using the Visual WebGui Control and Theme Designers.
Refresh Web Pages After Download Completed
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Performing custom validation
If none of the other validators can help you, the CustomValidator usually can. It doesn't come with a predefined way of working; you write the code for validating your self. This is of course very powerful, since the possibilities are basically endless. A common way of using the CustomValidator is when you need to make a database lookup to see if the value is valid.
A common way to build the navigation and layout for an ASP-driven website is to use include files. Most advanced ASP developers know that when you do this, it is best to encapsulate the functionality of the include file in a Sub or Function, and then to call this routine from the page that is including the file.
Examining ASP.NET's Membership, Roles, and Profile
Expiring passwords are a common technique used for improving the security of a computer system. In a nutshell, the system specifies a number of days for which a given password is valid, be it 30 days, 90 days, 120 days, or longer.
AJAX Control Toolkit Dropdown Extender Tutorial ASP.NET C#
The DropDownExtender is an ASP.NET AJAX In Todays AJAX Tutorial we will show you a quick example as this tool is fairly simple but still very useful in many ways. We will show you a common example that you may have seen on other websites
File Uploading using C#
Learn how to upload file in asp.net using c#. Now days it is a common requirement in almost all dynamic websites to allow users to upload file to the servers. In this asp.net tutorial we will look how to upload single file.
Shopping cart programming excersise
This shopping cart programming excersise is designed to help beginning programmers with some common programming concepts as well as provide more experienced programmers information on ASP's powerful programming environment and how to set up global arrays for web applications.
How to Create SQL Database Joins
In This Tutorial we will learn about the SQL Join Query and what it is used for. The Join query is an advanced SQL technique that is used to join two SQL tables with a common Column. They are linked together by that column which is known as a Foreign Key and the link gives you access to all of the columns in both tables where the Foreign Keys match.
The Dictionary Data Type in C#
In this quick tutorial, we’re going to be over the Dictionary data type in C#. This data type stores key value pairs, but unlike VB, it’s a little more strict in C#. We’ll learn the differences and some of the more common methods associated with Dictionary in this tutorial.
Format Strings Explained with ASP.NET 4.0 and C#
What is a Format String?
Format strings are used to format common data types when converting them to strings. An example of this would be converting some data in an integer to a string in the format of currency.
2 Ways of Displaying Data from an SQL Server Database using ADO.NET.
In this tutorial we will learn what are the two common ways of displaying data from an SQL Server database using ADO.NET in an ASP.NET page.
Windows Phone 8: Platform Overview
Developing mobile applications for Microsoft's Windows Phone platform is a straightforward process with many tools available to developers. In fact, the mobile team at Microsoft did a great job with the Windows Phone platform by taking a completely unique approach in several aspects. This article is the first installment of a series on getting started with Windows Phone development. In this tutorial, I cover the platform's most compelling features, common development techniques as well as third party tools you can use for developing Windows Phone applications.