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Jul 17 2014
Syncfusion, Inc. a developer solutions company, today announced the release of Essential Studio Enterprise Edition 2014, Volume 2, its second major release of the year. The release includes several key updates, including a new set of ASP.NET controls completely driven by HTML 5 and JavaScript, and introduces the company’s suite of universal Windows app controls. The new version of Syncfusion’s ASP.NET suite is fully rendered on the client side to improve user interaction and performance. All the controls have a rich design time exp...
Nov 01 2006
The DataGridView Windows Forms control is a quite new .NET control introduced in MS Visual Studio .NET 2005 that is a good alternative to the VS .NET 1.x DataGrid control. The data table presentation feature became much easier to be implemented in .NET Windows application. The most attractive features of the new control are: It allows to mix both data bound and unbound, virtual columns in the GridView. It has a special virtual mode allowing to actually display more than 100 000 rows without a huge performance hit. It gives ability to easily app...

Book Review: Professional DotNetNuke 4

Aug 03 2006
 Professional DotNetNuke 4 by Shaun Walker, Joe Brinkman, Bruce Hopkins, Scott McCulloch, Chris Paterra, Patrick J. Santry, Scott Willhite, Dan Caron Looking to learn about DNN running on the ASP.NET 2.0 framework? Well look no more, here's the book for you. In this article, I will provide you with a chapter by chapter breakdown of the new book. From the personal perspective of DNN founder, Shaun Walker to learning how to distribute modules, skins, and components of DNN. In addition, at the end of the article, Wrox has been kind enough t...

Introduction to ASP.NET 2.0 Roles and Membership

Jul 12 2006
Even in the days of ASP.NET 1.0/1.1, as a developer you might have spent a lot of time creating login / authentication modules and pages. You spent a lot of time designing and coding pages for user management. Till the last version you have to write and implement a login framework, authenticate users against a database, written code to react to the currently logged-in user. But with the Inception of ASP.NET 2.0, you will have some great tools available to help implementing such framework. Though you still have to write some code, but the...

Inheritance in O/R Mapping

May 30 2006
By: Kashif Butt Object oriented applications usually have inheritance as an important part of their design, including in their domain objects. However, the corresponding data model has no built-in mechanism for specifying inheritance. Therefore, you must map your domain objects to your relational database intelligently. Domain objects in an application represent the core data that is used by the application and therefore these objects are usually persisted in some data source. If the data source is a relational DBMS, then domain obje...
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