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AJAX Basics and Getting Started
Getting Started with .NET Services
.NET Services are a set of highly scalable building blocks for programming in the cloud. In this brief screencast, you'll learn about the registration process, the SDK and the built-in samples - everything you need to know in order to get started.
Microsoft's Chart Controls: Getting Started
A picture is worth a 1,000 words... This adage rings especially true when it comes to reporting. Charts summarize and illuminate patterns in data in a way that long tables of numbers simply cannot.
How to Learn C# Part 3 - Coding Basics
In this tutorial we'll go over some C# coding basics so you can get started
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.
Migration from J2EE to .NET
An article which discusses the similarities between different technologies of J2EE and .NET and helps you to move from J2EE to .NET. Quick tips to get you started, in case you need to migrate a J2EE based application to a .NET based application.
Export gridview to excel within an UpdatePanel using c#
In this asp.net tutorial we will learn how to export gridview to excel within an UpdatePanel. Last couple of days I was working over a report in which there is a requirement to export gridview data to excel, I thought that its quite easy as I have done it before but I forgot that now this time the gridview is within ajax UpdatePanel. When I started to export then I found couple of errors like System.WebForms.PageRequestManagerParserErrorException exception etc .
Getting Started With ASP.NET
A Sample Chapter from "Beginning ASP.NET using VB.NET". Topics covered include: Static Web Pages Dynamic Web Pages; An overview of the different technologies for creating dynamic web pages, including ASP.NET; Installing Internet Information Services (IIS); Installing the .NET Framework; and Testing and Troubleshooting your installation.