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In Microsoft terminology .NET is a set of Microsoft software technologies for connecting your world of information, people, systems, and devices. It enables an unprecedented level of software integration through the use of XML Web services: small, discrete, building-block applications that connect to each other-as well as to other, larger applications-via the Internet...
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Development Tools for creating Mobile Applications Development Tools for creating Mobile Applications
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There are many changes going on in the world of mobile development. We talk about new technology and mention new abbreviations every other day. It is important to understand how all these fit into the big picture. In this article we will discuss the various tools available from Microsoft for mobile application development and the area of use that each tool is targeted....
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Cool .NET Utilities : Building ASP.NET Date Picker Cool .NET Utilities : Building ASP.NET Date Picker
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In classical asp, building a date picker type page is not an easy task, itrequires lot of date validating client side JavaScript code, but with theavailability of ASP.NET Calendar Server Control, developing this kind ofutility needs very few lines of code.....
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Reading data from CData Section in XML
04 Nov 2004 | ASP.NET | 37094
In this article we will see the way to read the data from CData section of an XML file. The CData sections are used to quote or escape blocks of text to keep that text from being interpreted as markup language


Code Refactoring In VS 2005
12 Oct 2004 | ASP.NET 2.0 | 21012
Refactoring is the process of changing code so that the code becomes more manageable and extensible without affecting the existing functionality. Apart from easy maintainability refactoring also improves the overall structure of the code. This article will explain the various refactoring techniques supported by Visual Studio 2005.


TESTING DIFFERENT TYPES OF MOBILE DEVICES - THE PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS
29 Sep 2004 | Mobile | 21017
Writing Code for Mobile device is easier with ASP.NET Mobile Controls as they provides ease of developing solution for wireless application in a similar manner as web application. But still testing the application across different type of devices is very important.


Mobile Magic: Creating Mobile Styles using VS.NET
29 Sep 2004 | Mobile | 19720
Continuing our series Advanced Mobile Controls, this week I will showcase the use of style sheet editor in VS.NET to create new Styles


Mobile Magic: External Style Sheets
16 Sep 2004 | Mobile | 20390
Continuing our series Advanced Mobile Controls, this week I will showcase the use of External Style Sheets and then we will look in to the way to build custom styles.

  
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