Posts Tagged ‘ASP.NET’

ASP.NET AJAX in ASP.NET 3.5 and Visual Studio 2008

Excerpt from Professional ASP.NET 3.5: in C# and VB By Bill Evjen Prior to Visual Studio 2008, the ASP.NET AJAX product used to be a separate installation that you were required to install on your machine and the Web server that you were working with. This release gained in popularity quite rapidly and is now […]

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ASP.NET 3.5 Windows-Based Authentication

Excerpt from Professional ASP.NET 3.5: in C# and VB ASP.NET 3.5 Windows-Based Authentication by Bill Evjen This article looks at Windows-based ASP.NET authentication, one of several different types of authentication measures ASP.NET 3.5 provides to use within your applications. ASP.NET has several ways of performing Windows-based authentication and we’ll look at all of them: Integrated […]

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Manipulating ASP.NET Pages and Server Controls with JavaScript

Excerpt from Professional ASP.NET 3.5: in C# and VB by Bill Evjen Developers generally like to include some of their own custom JavaScript functions in their ASP.NET pages. You have a couple of ways to do this. The first is to apply JavaScript directly to the controls on your ASP.NET pages. For example, look at […]

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Redirecting HTTP 301 Status Codes with ASP.NET and IIS

Excerpt from Professional Search Engine Optimization with ASP.NET: A Developer’s Guide to SEO By Cristian Darie and Jaimie Sirovich One of the perks of ASP.NET is that it abstracts away many low-level implementation details from the Web developer. It does such a great job, in fact, that one can typically build complex Web applications without […]

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Building Silverlight Video Applications

Excerpt from Silverlight 1.0 By Jason Beres In pretty much every demo of the new Silverlight technology, the product demos show off a video integrated into a Web page. This was intentional. The goal of the initial release of Silverlight was to provide rich, multimedia experiences on Web pages, which in the case of Silverlight […]

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Managing Layout

Excerpt from Jumping from ASP.NET to Silverlight 2 By Daniel Crenna A fundamental task for a web developer is arranging the user interface in the most efficient, attractive, and intuitive way possible. After your application is defined and its architecture is constructed at the data and services levels, the presentation, or user interface, is the […]

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Using the ASP.NET 2.0 SQL Server Cache Dependency

Excerpt from Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Special Edition By Scott Hanselman Performance is a key requirement for any application or piece of code that you develop. The browser helps with client-side caching of text and images, whereas the server-side caching you choose to implement is vital for creating the best possible performance. Caching is the process […]

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Enabling Internet Explorer for Debugging ASP.NET AJAX

Excerpt from Professional ASP.NET AJAX By Dan Wahlin Microsoft’s ASP.NET AJAX framework provides a solid foundation for building efficient and high performance Web-based applications that can enhance the overall end user experience. No matter how good a development platform is, however, bugs and other issues can be introduced by developers and triggered by end users. […]

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Using ASP.NET Master Pages for Consistent Site Design

Excerpt from Professional ASP.NET 2.0 Design: CSS, Themes, and Master Pages By Jacob J. Sanford Creating one page (Default.aspx) that is aesthetically pleasing, easy to use by your visitors, takes various browsers into consideration, uses CSS, is one thing. Copying this code to every page in your site would be, to say the least, a […]

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Using the ASP.NET AJAX ScriptManager

Excerpt from Professional ASP.NET 2.0 AJAX by Matt Gibbs AJAX development centers on using more JavaScript. With increased use of JavaScript comes the need for better ways to manage, reference, localize (that is, provide different script versions for specific language and culture combinations), and transmit script code to the client browser. The ASP.NET ScriptManager is […]

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