• Report Builder in SQL Server Reporting Services
    By MinalS On 26May2015
    The report models can be accessed using the visual studio application and the report manager. Report builder is a report authoring tool.
  • Managing Data Source Connections
    By MinalS On 23May2015
    In this article, we shall explore the different data connections in reporting services. Reporting service is installed in the native mode.
  • Working with Report Manager
    By MinalS On 19May2015
    Report manager is a management tool used by the report server. In this article, we shall explore all the tasks that can be performed by the report manager.
  • Business Intelligence Template Projects
    By MinalS On 15May2015
    Business Intelligence Projects category has templates like Report server project, Report server wizard project, and report model project are available.
  • Report Integration with Microsoft Report Viewer
    By MinalS On 13May2015
    The Report Viewer control is a part of Visual Studio which can be embedded in windows as well as web based applications.
  • MessageQueue Class - Queuing Messages in .NET
    By MinalS On 16Apr2015
    In .NET, the System.Messaging namespace is used for reading and writing messages through the message queuing of the operating system.
  • Understanding Windows Runtime
    By MinalS On 14Apr2015
    Windows runtime is homogenous application architecture that can be easily accessed from C#, C++ and JavaScript. Windows Runtime helps user to work in an environment they are familiar with.
  • Managed Extensibility framework in C#
    By MinalS On 6Apr2015
    The Managed Extensibility Framework is useful for building applications with parts and containers that can add functionality dynamically.
  • Dynamic Language Runtime in C#
    By MinalS On 2Apr2015
    In C#, the dynamic capabilities are an essential part of the dynamic language runtime. The group of services which are added to the CLR are useful for dynamic languages.
  • Features in C# 5.0
    By MinalS On 25Mar2015
    [b]In C# 5.0, new features are introduced for increasing the scope of developers. These features are well explained in this article.[/b]
  • Understanding CSS3 Transitions With Examples
    By MinalS On 30Oct2014
    CSS3 transitions are useful when user wants to view the styling changes for style sheet. In this article we will learn some interesting transition properties applied to the style sheets.
  • Exploring CSS3 With Examples
    By MinalS On 11Aug2014
    CSS3 has been split up into modules. Each module has different features and style. Borders, Gradients, Text Effects, 2D and 3D Transforms, Transitions are explained with examples.
  • Common CSS Properties
    By MinalS On 29Jul2014
    The CSS divides the properties into the number of categories. The different categories of the properties are Text Style, Text Layout, Background, Border, Margin, Padding, Page Layout, Element Type
  • Complete CSS Selectors Guide
    By MinalS On 22Jul2014
    There are different types of selectors available and in this article, we will see in depth about each of those available selectors in CSS.
  • HTML4 Vs HTML5 Comparison
    By shabbir On 14Jun2014
    General Differences between HTML4 and HTML5 as well as difference in tags in HTML4 and HTML5 along with improvements in attributes in HTML5 and last but not the least the new HTML5 tags.
  • Developing Applications using Office Services
    By MinalS On 5May2015
    Office and SharePoint server side application services provide a way to contain server scale for automating traditional Office client document manipulation. It is useful for sharing, collaborating, and viewing documents.
  • OAuth in SharePoint 2013
    By MinalS On 1May2015
    The authentication and authorization in SharePoint is provides through OAuth. It is used to authorize the request by an app for SharePoint for accessing the resources.
  • Client Side Object model and REST API
    By MinalS On 28Apr2015
    In SharePoint 2013, the steps for providing better remote API options to the developers were provided. The introduction to the Client Side Object Model ( CSOM ) led to the purpose.
  • Exploring SharePoint 2013 Development Options
    By MinalS On 26Apr2015
    When the user develops applications for SharePoint, there are several ways to build and deploy the application. The different ways for the deployment are explained in this article.
  • SharePoint 2013 Capabilities Useful for Developers
    By MinalS On 23Apr2015
    SharePoint 2013 is a platform that supports collaboration. It has a central web based portal use for managing documents, data and information.
  • Displaying Data Using XSLT
    By MinalS On 23Sep2014
    Formatting an XML document based on certain criteria that can be specified in the XML document using the XSL Transformations (XSLT).
  • Validating XML Document and Applying Style Sheet
    By MinalS On 18Sep2014
    The XML document is not validated in its declaration and user needs to validate the document through a schema. A Document Object Model ( DOM ) is used for validating the XML document.
  • Exploring the XML Document Object Model
    By MinalS On 16Sep2014
    The Document Object Model ( DOM) is used for defining the logical structure of document and the way in which the documents are accessed and manipulated.
  • Creating Group Elements and Reusing Schema Components
    By MinalS On 5Sep2014
    The schemas are used for declaring the components in the application that can be used reused in other schemas. The elements as include and import are used for the purpose of reusability.
  • Working with XML Schemas and Namespaces
    By MinalS On 1Sep2014
    An XML document consists of several elements. The XML schema defines the list of elements and attributes that can be used in the XML document.
  • Java Date Time Classes
    By shabbir On 13Jul2014
    Date Time classes in Java helps in keep track of the various programming activities of your user.
  • Essential Java.util Classes
    By shabbir On 6Jul2014
    Java.util package contains the collections framework, legacy collection classes, event model, date and time facilities, and miscellaneous utility classes.
  • Essential Java.lang Classes
    By shabbir On 6Jul2014
    Understanding the essential classes in the Java.lang package that are fundamental to Java programming language.
  • Essential Java.io Classes
    By shabbir On 6Jul2014
    Understanding the essential classes in the Java.io package for streams, serialization and the file system.
  • Java 8 New Feature: Default and Static Methods
    By Koushik Saha On 4Jul2014
    Java 8s Default and Static methods in interfaces reduces burden of modifying the implementation classes when new functionality is added to the interface.