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Welcome to this ASP.NET tutorial. According to Microsoft, "ASP.NET is a technology for building powerful, dynamic Web applications and is part of the .NET Framework". This tutorial will teach you ASP.NET from scratch, and no knowledge of any kind of serverside scripting is required. Basic HTML and CSS knowledge is preferable. Having worked with Classic ASP or PHP won't give you much of an advantage, since ASP.NET is a whole new way of doing things.
By Scott Mitchell Introduction In the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1, Microsoft introduced ASP.NET Routing, which decouples the URL of a resource from the physical file on the web server.
Liverpool ASP.NET, C#, IVR, OOP, Agile and other cool stuff to explore » Blog Archive » ADO.NET Entity Framework Quickstart TutorialThe ADO.NET Entity framework received another update last week as part of the Visual Studio 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 Service Pack 1 Beta , so to coincide with this I give you a quick run through to get you started. Being honest, if you have used an OR mapper in the past this will be familiar territory. If not, this new implementation is a good place to start. So to begin, create a new ASP.NET website, Add New item, and then choose ADO.NET Entity Data Model. Name it EntityModel.edmx and click Add to create a new model.
Summary During early phases of your Membership Web Site you will probably create many test users to verify your new application. As you start getting "real" members, you may not want the test members to clutter up the .Net security database. This article looks at removing users by logging into the database and running SQL directly, using the same method as the .Net membership provider.
This article tells you how to run visual studio command prompt from inside the visual studio. What I wanted in Studio Steps: Open Visual Studio Go To "Menubar --> Tools --> External Tools" Click "Add"
There is no shortage of valuable data being generated by applications, reports, tools, websites, etc. Unfortunately, this leaves many of us wishing we could programmatically access the data and logic behind an app, report or website. To break down data silos and increase the shared value of data and its asscoiated business logic through the web, Microsoft has recently announced the Open Data Protocol which enable exposing any data source as a web-friendly data feed. Join this session to understand what the Open Data Protocol (OData) is and how it adds end user and developer value to many of Microsoft's leading products and services (such as SharePoint Server 2010, Microsoft Codename "Dallas", Windows Azure, SQL Server Reporting Services, SQL Server PowerPivot for Excel, Visual Studio, .NET, Silverlight, AJAX etc.) and is accessible from a range of platforms such as Java and PHP.
In-Depth The 2011 .NET Survival Guide A look inside the critical technologies and tools that will shape .NET development over the next year. Since the arrival of Visual Studio 2010 and the Microsoft .NET Framework 4 in April 2010, the pace of advancement in the .NET development space has been nothing short of torrid.
The following are some tips when building a business object class for use by Silverlight and RIA services. NOTE: This assumes you are not using Entity Framework (EF). Use Class-Level Validation Specifying class-level validation allows you to perform validation on the entire class. This is a good location for cross-field validation. For example, say you are creating a Discount class that defines discounts available to your customers.
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