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Add Flash to Your .NET WinForms to Create Skinable UIs

One of the most powerful uses of Flash today is to create more power user interfaces for conventional software, such as client-server applications. This article is a great introduction to Flash for .NET developers who want to take their WinForm designs to the next level.

March 25, 2005 Author: Chris Charlton Rating:

ASP.NET File Uploading

After some theory, this article will present a file upload and download utility you can use to manage files on your server. You can download all of the files for this article, including the image files...

March 17, 2005 Author: Chris Charlton Rating:

Complex Sorting and Paging ASP.Net and DWMX

When I started programming I would scour the internet for good examples of code, You usually end up writing most yourself. I began programming <html> in 1999 and used notepad until I found out about Dreamweaver and Visual Studio and then I went crazy making sites. This article will teach the advanced and Intermediate users the great WYSIWYG of the Dreamweaver environment and the power of MX and .Net with a little homemade code to make it all come together for Complex ASP.Net Datagrid ASC/DESC sorting and paging.

July 4, 2003 Author: Charles Stratton Rating:

Windows Forms Data Binding

One of the most powerful aspects of .NET and Windows Forms is data binding. Historically, data binding was used to bind views to data stored in databases. Some database management systems, such as Microsoft Access, have provided GUI APIs to help developers quickly bind to data.

 

This sample is taken from Chapter 6: "Windows Forms Data Binding" of the Blue Vision Title "Developing .NET Custom Controls and Designers using C#"

December 13, 2002 Author: James Henry Rating:

Creating Dynamic Web Sites with .Net and Dreamweaver MX

Over the last two years Microsoft has been funneling billions into developing and promoting it's new technology: .Net.

In this article you will learn how to format Macromedia's Dreamweaver MX to work with .Net for your Microsoft Web Servers. By the end of this article you will be able to program a .Net web site.

November 1, 2002 Author: Matthew David Rating:

Using the DataGrid SB

This tutorial creates the ASP.NET/VB version of the Edit Listing Details page from Chapter 16 of The Joy of Dreamweaver MX. It includes coverage of DataGrids, DataSets, web controls, and setting up an ASP.NET site in Dreamweaver MX.

The Joy of Dreamweaver MX: Recipes for Data-Driven Web Sites is a web developer's cookbook filled with dozens of "secret" recipes that DMXers can really sink their teeth into.

Download the code for the tutorial from the book's companion web site, or read a sample chapter - "Uploads Made Simple" - here on DMXzone.

August 6, 2002 Author: P.R. Newman Rating:

Preparing your ASP Pages for a Transition to ASP.NET

This article briefly examines the design and development changes in ASP.NET from classic ASP. This article focuses on looking at how to write your ASP code today to make it easier to port the ASP code you write today into future ASP.NET code.

Also keep in mind that both ASP and ASP.NET can run simultaneously on a Web server. When moving to ASP.NET you are not required to migrate all of your ASP pages to ASP.NET pages. However, you may wish to due to ASP.NET's enhanced performance and better code maintainability and readability over classic ASP.

April 27, 2001 Author: George Petrov Rating:

ASP.NET Web Forms: An Overview - Part 2

Yesterday, in part 1, Rey Nuñez introduced us to Web forms, an ASP.NET technology designed to easily build dynamic, interactive web pages. Today, he delves a little bit deeper into this technology, looking in detail at web controls - ASP.NET web controls are analogous to, but more flexible than HTML controls. They are designed to provide a simplified way to add powerful functionality to a web page via web forms.

March 17, 2001 Author: George Petrov Rating:

ASP.NET Web Forms: An Overview - Part 1

Web forms are an ASP.NET technology designed to easily build dynamic, interactive web pages. They provide a programming interface akin to the API's in forms-based development tools that are used in building highly responsive office productivity applications. In the first part of this two-part series, Rey Nuñez delivers an introduction to getting to grips with this technology. In the second part, tommorrow, he completes the story by going into web controls in detail.

March 17, 2001 Author: George Petrov Rating: