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Microsoft Content Management Server Development : Building SharePoint Web Parts - Building the Data Layer
The Web Part will generate XML that lists all the ChannelItems in the configured StartChannel using the configured SortOrder. The use of XML facilitates the separation of the presentation layer from the data layer. Our data layer will be another class in the Web Part project but it could have been placed in an entirely different assembly for further abstraction.
Silverlight Recipes : Controls - Creating a Composite User Control
Silverlight offers two kinds of controls: user controls and custom controls. User controls are an effective way to package UI and related client-side processing logic tied to a specific business or application domain into a reusable unit that can then be consumed as a tag in XAML, similar to any other built-in primitive shape like Ellipse or Rectangle.
Silverlight Recipes : Controls - Creating Custom Column Types for a DataGrid
The framework ships with a few prebuilt DataGrid column types for handling some of the standard data types. DataGridTextColumn is one of the most useful ones and can be used to view and edit any data that can be converted to a meaningful text representation.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : The Data Controls - Formatting the GridView
Formatting consists of several related tasks. First, you want to ensure that dates, currencies, and other number values are presented in the appropriate way. You handle this job with the DataFormatString property.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : The Data Controls - The GridView
The GridView is an extremely flexible grid control that displays a multicolumn table. Each record in your data source becomes a separate row in the grid. Each field in the record becomes a separate column in the grid.
Dropbox For Teams: Suitable For Business?
Dropbox is one of those products that can get under your skin. Once you start using it in anger you’ll find its combination of “just enough power” coupled with an “invisible in daily use” UI is entirely compelling. It’s one of those rare products that just works.
ASP.NET State Management : Working with a Session's State (part 3) - Persist Session Data to SQL Server
Maintaining the session state in an external process certainly makes the whole ASP.NET application more stable. Whatever happens to the worker process, the session state is still there, ready for further use.
ASP.NET State Management : Working with a Session's State (part 2) - Lifetime of a Session
The life of a session state begins only when the first item is added to the in-memory dictionary. The following code demonstrates how to modify an item in the session dictionary. “MyData” is the key that uniquely identifies the value. If a key named “MyData” already exists in the dictionary, the existing value is overwritten.
ASP.NET State Management : Working with a Session's State (part 1) - Identifying a Session
Each active ASP.NET session is identified using a 120-bit string made only of URL-allowed characters. Session IDs are guaranteed to be unique and randomly generated to avoid data conflicts and prevent malicious attacks.
ASP.NET State Management : The Session’s State
The HttpSessionState class provides a dictionary-based model of storing and retrieving session-state values. Unlike HttpApplicationState, this class doesn’t expose its contents to all users operating on the virtual directory at a given time.
ASP.NET State Management : The Application’s State
In spite of their quite unfamiliar names, the HttpApplicationState and HttpSessionState objects are state facilities totally compatible with classic Active Server Pages (ASP) intrinsic objects such as Application and Session. Ad hoc properties known as Application and Session let you use these objects in much the same way you did in ASP.
Tiptoeing Into Social Media (Part 2)
A recent social media conversation, for instance, alerted the digital team to a problem with the wording on the company’s website that made it difficult for customers to log in. Youngdahl relayed the posts to the company’s Web team and IT department and showed them a report on the trending topic and related keywords.
Tiptoeing Into Social Media (Part 1)
Social networking is serious business within regulated industries. Posts pertaining to finance, insurance and healthcare, in particular, require adherence to strict government and industry regulations. However, even with the rule-a-palooza, some companies in these industries have not only found ways to keep regulators happy, but have also made social networking a productive and key part of doing business.
Training Get An Extreme Makeover (Part 2)
Providing techies with a crash course in business principles is one thing. Offering them hands-on training in areas such as app development 01* Web design, however, requires plenty of processing power and valuable IT resources. But cloud computing is changing all that, allowing trainees to experiment without draining IT resources.
Training Get An Extreme Makeover (Part 1)
For Jerome Provensal, it training hasn’t always been a pleasant experience. In fact, “stuck-in-a-classroom training courses taught by semi-inspired instructors of uneven quality” is how Provensal, director of software development at ITG, describes much of his IT education.
How Google Search Engine Search
Search engines serve users with the specific information they are looking for over the Web. These are highly potent tools that offer specific and fast search results to the users by providing information stored on other sites. They offer users high ease to access the Web.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : XML Display and Transforms - The Xml Web Control
If you use an XLST style sheet such as the one demonstrated in the previous example, you might wonder what your code should do with the generated HTML.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : XML Validation (part 2) - Validating an XML Document
The following example shows you how to validate an XML document against a schema, using an XmlReader that has validation features built in.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : XML Validation (part 1) - XML Namespaces, XML Schema Definition
One of the most useful in this family of standards is XML Schema. XML Schema defines the rules to which a specific XML document should conform, such as the allowable elements and attributes, the order of elements, and the data type of each element. You define these requirements in an XML Schema document (XSD).
Learn How To… Find Your Dream Career
LinkedIn, the professional social networking site, has grown steadily over the last few years, and now has more than 187 million members worldwide. It is designed to help you exchange information, ideas and job opportunities with people in similar career fields to yours, and with new members joining the network at a rate of approximately two new members per second and more and more recruiters coming to use its powerful employee-finding tools, there’s never been a better time to get your details
ASP.NET 4 : Web Site Navigation (part 4) - Security Trimming, URL Mapping, URL Rewriting
The ASP.NET navigation architecture supports URL mapping. URL mapping is mapping a virtual (or nonexistent) URL to an existing ASPX file in the web.config file using the urlMappings element. Setting up URL mappings causes ASP.NET to read the requested URL and uses the handler for the mapped URL.
ASP.NET 4 : Web Site Navigation (part 3) - Trapping the SiteMapResolve Event, Defining Custom Attributes for Each Node
ASP.NET is full of extensibility points. They're all over the place—and the navigation architecture is no exception. ASP.NET site map support includes an application-wide event that informs listeners (usually the application object) whenever the end user is navigating through the Web site using a control connected to the site map data.
ASP.NET 4 : Web Site Navigation (part 2) - Building Navigable Web Sites
Adding navigation support to a Web site is pretty straightforward. Once you establish the hierarchical layout of the site, use the site map XML file to describe the structure. When that's done, just point any navigation controls you put on the page to the new XML site map file.
ASP.NET 4 : Web Site Navigation (part 1) - ASP.NET Navigation Support, Using Navigation Controls
ASP.NET includes built-in support for navigation using XML files that describe the layout of the site. These are called XML site maps. The ASP.NET default site map support consists of an XML file describing the site layout and the SiteMapProvider that reads the XML file and generates SiteMap nodes to whatever components are listening.
Atomic Learning - Educational Technology
With not enough hours in the day to teach, let alone satisfy the Common core requirements, it’s hard for teachers to keep up with two major demands on their time – taking on more professional development and learning emerging and existing technology. Enter Atomic Learning. With its 55,000 tutorials on 250 applications, teachers can quickly and easily stay current on both.
DIY - Make Your Own CMS (Part 2)
The great thing about Django is that even with this, our site already has an admin panel, it just doesn’t know about our new data yet. So we need to tell it. Create a new file calledadmin.pyin the movies directory, and add the following code to it:
DIY - Make Your Own CMS (Part 1)
As many wise people will tell you, avoid making your own CMS, make modules for an existing open source CMS instead. The are many reasons for this more work, less people who understand your code, poor security. Yet, with the right framework all this can be avoided.
Careers In Web Analytics And SEO
Due to the rapid proliferation of the Web and constantly-connected devices, digital marketing has become an inevitable career option for number-crunching geeks. And two of the most engaging facets of digital marketing are SEO and Web Analytics.
Chrome - A Free Web Browser
Apple’s popular adage that “there’s an app for that” which they largely meant for mobile devices like the iPhone and iPad can be tweaked to “there’s an extension for that” and applied to most popular Web browsers these days. Here we take a look at hand-picked Google Chrome extensions that enhance your time on the Web and optimize your browser experience.
Silverlight Recipes : Controls - Applying Custom Templates to a DataGrid Cell
You need a customized way of viewing and editing data that is not supported out of the box by any of the typed DataGridColumns like DataGridTextColumn or DataGridCheckBoxColumn. For example, say you want to view a color value rendered as a color stripe instead of the color name string literal.
Silverlight Recipes : Controls - Displaying Row Details in a DataGrid
You need to display additional detail information about a bound row in a DataGrid on demand so that the details portion is displayed in place within the DataGrid.
ASP.NET 4.0 : Personalization - Personalizing Web Visits, Personalization in ASP.NET
Although it might not be surprising to find that the ASP.NET personalization services follow the same provider pattern as do authentication and site mapping, defining a Web site's personalization facilities begins by defining user profiles.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : The XML Classes (part 4) - Reading an XML Document, Searching an XML Document
The XDocument makes it easy to read and navigate XML content. You can use the shared XDocument.Load() method to read XML documents from a file, URI, or stream, and you can use the shared XDocument.Parse() method to load XML content from a string.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : The XML Classes (part 3) - Working with XML Documents in Memory
The XmlTextReader and XmlTextWriter use XML as a backing store. These classes are streamlined for quickly getting XML data into and out of a file (or some other source).
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : The XML Classes (part 2) - The XML Text Reader
Reading the XML document in your code is just as easy with the corresponding XmlTextReader class. The XmlTextReader moves through your document from top to bottom, one node at a time.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : The XML Classes (part 1) - The XML TextWriter
One of the simplest ways to create or read any XML document is to use the basic XmlTextWriter and XmlTextReader classes. These classes work like their StreamWriter and StreamReader relatives, except that they write and read XML documents instead of ordinary text files.
ASP.NET 4 and WPF Content (part 2) - WPF Content and Web Applications
You can serve WPF content from an ASP.NET application in much the same way that ASP.NET serves other content.
ASP.NET 4 and WPF Content (part 1) - What Is WPF?
The limitations of the classic Windows API prompted Microsoft to develop a new programming interface: the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF). With WPF, programming special effects for Windows-based applications (including presenting Web content, as described later) is very approachable.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : XML Explained
The best way to understand the role XML plays is to consider the evolution of a simple file format without XML. For example, consider a simple program that stores product items as a list in a file.
ASP.NET 4 in VB 2010 : Files and Streams - Allowing File Uploads
Although you've seen detailed examples of how to work with files and directories on the web server, you haven't yet considered the question of how to allow file uploads. The problem with file uploading is that you need some way to retrieve information from the client—and as you already know, all ASP.NET code executes on the server.
 
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