ASP.NET Web Development Tutorials

ASP.NET Web Development Tutorials and Articles
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What is an application domain? In classic ASP there is no concept like Application domain .Application domain is a new security boundary concept in Dot Net. Process can be divided into multiple application domains. We know process level isolation that means if one process crash that will...
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The complexity of web sites has rapidly gone up from the past couple of years. Started as static web pages a decade ago, web pages today are data driven and data intensive monsters that require a lot of flexibility and processing power. If the same old methods have been used for writing today’s...
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What is Partial Page Rendering? Partial page rendering is a concept of rendering only a portion of web a page instead of whole page and thus improve user experience and makes the response time quicker. It can be achieved using Ajax. What is Ajax? Ajax means "Asynchronous Javascript and...
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Introduction A very common and extremely useful functionality in Web Developement is sending emails from a Web Application. Some of the very common purposes of sending emails from a web application are, to send feedback to the webmaster of a site or informing a forum member of new post in a...
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Uploading of File When we are talking about uploading of file, we mean to say upload file physically and save into a particular location in server. We can also upload file that means save file into database. Let us first examine how we can upload file physically in a particular location in...
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Microsoft ASP.NET 3.5 and Visual Studio 2008 have given us a lot of new features in Web development and design. They include ASP.NET AJAX controls, new web controls, LINQ and improvement of Nested master page, CSS, JavaScript, addition of WPF,WCF and others which makes Web development easier and...
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What Is A Cookie A cookie is a small text file sent to a web user's computer by a website. A cookie can be used to identify that user to the website on their next visit. Common uses include remembering login data, user preferences, and providing favorites lists. How Does A Cookie Work ...
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Everything you need comes with the .NET Framework. When you say you are trying to connect to SQL Server, you need to know a bit more than how to create a connection, but also how to return data and display it. Firstly, there are actually many ways to do this in .NET - some in code, some through...
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This is an example of Server.Transfer and Context Handler. Through this we can get the multiple values of previous form. In this page we are displaying data from previous form. We can use this technique for multiple form registration form. Code (ContextParent.aspx.cs): - private void...
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/// <summary> /// This method retrieve the string to encrypt from the Presentation Layer /// And return the Encrypted String /// </summary> /// <param name="str"> /// <returns> public string encryptPassword(string strText) { return Encrypt(strText, "&%#@?,:*"); }
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Introduction In this article we will examine how to parse an RSS feed via an ASP.NET Web page using DataGrid. You can read more about RSS Feeds Getting the Remote XML Data Into a DataGrid In order to display the data from the ASPMessageboard.com RSS feed, the first thing we...
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This code has been used to encrypt and decrypt query string .No matter what the length of the url is ,this code will encrypt the key and the value the query string into 25 digit using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Text; using System.Collections.Specialized; using...
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Strings are integral to most app dev projects, so it is imperative that they don't impair performance. The .NET StringBuilder class streamlines string values processing. It's hard to find an application that doesn’t deal with text in some way. As a result, developers are faced with a variety of...
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The most glaring difference between Web and stand-alone applications is the disconnected nature of the Web. That is, a Web application isn't constantly connected (to a database server, application server, etc.), and a stand-alone application is. The constant server calls by the Web application can...
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Introduction An error is an event; an exception is the object that the event creates. When the program flow is blocked by an error, then there should be a solution to overcome that which we could call as exception. These exceptions are classified as structured and unstructured exceptions. Error...
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