Tips of the Day on .NET

Find some tips & tricks that are related to .NET technologies from this blog.

Browse by Tags

Tagged Content List
  • Blog Post: My Web Pages Starter Kit

    The My Web Pages Starter Kit is a dynamic content management system (CMS). It is designed to meet the needs of computer enthusiasts who want to deploy and maintain their own website – and it is also easy to modify the look and feel or even change/extend the feature set. You can download the starter kit...
  • Blog Post: Resize the contentPlaceHolder in the Master Page?

    "How to resize the contentPlaceHolder in the Master Page?" The content place holder size it determined by the size of the content in your content pages. If you look at the properties for the content placeholder, you will see that there are not size properties. If you want to size the contents,...
  • Blog Post: Display .tiff image??

    You can display the tiff image using Through ImageDraw's DrawImage method. http://www.velocityreviews.com/forums/t108565-display-tiff-image.html http://www.neodynamic.com/ND/FaqsTipsTricks.aspx?tabid=66&prodid=4&sid=4 http://www.thescripts.com/forum/thread531027.html Tiff image is bitonal...
  • Blog Post: Mark your way to becoming a .NET Expert TODAY!!

    Interested in learning the latest programming language that drives the industry today? Develop the latest games, the coolest applications and much more with Microsoft's .NET platform! It doesn't matter if you've been tooling around with Java, PHP, COBOL, PASCAL, RPG or Macromedia all this while. If you...
  • Blog Post: ComponentOne Studio Live web examples

    Visit ComponentOne Studio Live site at http://helpcentral.componentone.com/c1webexamples/ to discover the power of Studio Enterprise ASP.NET 2.0 components without having to drop a single component on a form. You can now build the next-generation Web interfaces with a full suite of ComponentOne AJAX...
  • Blog Post: Download DinnerNow.NET Sample Application

    DinnerNow.NET is a cool sample application demonstrates how you can develop a connected application using several new Microsoft technologies including: .NET Framework 3.0 technologies – WF, WCF, WPF, and CardSpace Core technologies native to Windows Vista and Windows Server “Longhorn” such as IIS7, Windows...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Report Viewer 2005 SP1 Redistributable Package

    Some of the bugs on reportviewer have been fixed and distributed with Visual studio 2005 SP1. To verify whether your visual studio has been installed with SP1, you may check the version. It should be Version 8.0.50727, as below screenshot. You may view the fixed bugs from this link: http://support...
  • Blog Post: Securing Forms Authentication

    In ASP.net, forms authentication uses an authentication ticket to authenticate the users. This ticket is created when a user logs on to a site. Normally the ticket is stored inside a cookie. However, you still can pass the ticket in a query string for the cookiless browsers. This authentication ticket...
  • Blog Post: How to protect your Connection Strings

    Question: "How to protect and secure the connection strings?" Answer : "It is recommended that store your database connection strings in the Web.config file and encrypt the connection strings. In the .NET Framework 2.0, you have the option to enable the configuration encryption in the <protectedData>...
  • Blog Post: SQL Cache Dependency

    Caching is a very useful way for you to retain pages or data across HTTP requests, so that you can reuse them without the recreating them. In ASP.net 2.0, it makes you easier to implement data caching. SQL cache dependencies are one of ASP.net 2.0 coolest features, which allows you to create dependencies...
  • Blog Post: ASP.net 2.0 Upgrade Issues

    Question: "I’ve upgraded a web application which is currently using .NET 1.1 Framework to .NET 2.0 Framework for development purpose. Here are the issues I faced. 1. Variable ' variablename' is used before it has been assigned a value. A null reference exception could result at runtime 2. Function '...
  • Blog Post: How to hide your sitemap links?

    In ASP.net 2.0, creating a sitemap using the sitemap file is really a useful to allow your web users to navigate the web pages. By default, all the sitemap links are visible to the users. So, how to hide certain links from unauthorized users? For example, you have a sitemap here with few links, and you...
  • Blog Post: ASP.net AJAX is on RTM

    Now, you can easily create next-generation interfaces with reusable AJAX components by using the ASP.net AJAX library. It alows you to enhance existing Web pages using powerful AJAX controls with support for all modern browsers. What is more? You can continue using Visual Studio 2005 to take your ASP...
  • Blog Post: Client-side script doesn't work with web page?

    When HTML source code for the Web page doesn’t work correctly with client-side script, this error message will prompt out: "Problem with this web page might prevent it from being displayed properly or functioning properly ...." Error: Object required" This happened because one of the following situations...
  • Blog Post: Page Validation Failed?

    After you migrated your web application from v1.1 to v2, one of the problems you might be facing is that the page validation failed. This is because you do not set the EnableEventValidation property is set to true. So, in order to have page validation, what you can do is just set the EnableEventValidation...
  • Blog Post: Step-by-Step to create Web Parts by using ASP.net 2.0 - Part III

    This time I am going to show you how to allow your users to add additional webpart onto a web page. This walkthrough will be continued from previous posts. Visit Part I on how to create a browasable web part page. Visit Part II on how to create designable web part page. Before start, make sure your Default...
  • Blog Post: Frame Support at ASP.net 2.0

    In ASP.net 2.0, it is using XHML page instead of HTML page. The XHTML page must be a well-formed and valid XML document. The default is XHTML DOCTYPE <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" " http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd "> If you want to have...
  • Blog Post: Step-by-Step to create Web Parts by using ASP.net 2.0 - Part II

    ASP.net 2.0 allows you to enable your application's users to have a personalized web page by customizing the web parts. I will show you how simple it is to use the Web Part Design Mode to allows your users to drag and drop the web parts onto different web part zones. Now you have the simple web site...
  • Blog Post: Step-by-Step to create Web Parts by using ASP.net 2.0 - Part I

    Now, with the new Web Parts framework introduced with ASP.net 2.0, you can let your users to do customization on your application at the runtime. This framework empowers the users to rearrange the elements of a page by just simply drag and drop the web parts. I am going to guide you on how to create...
  • Blog Post: Unable to run ASP.NET Web applications or services?

    We are currently developing in the incubator..we have some problems with the .aspx.It cannot be open and we cannot create any .aspx file and project. the error message says that: "Visual Studio.NET has detected that the specified Web server is not running ASP.NET version 1.1.You...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET: Error Handling Tips And Tricks Part 2 – Error Handling, Sending SMTP Mail and Custom Errors

    .NET now has unified error handling across all languages and components. The common language runtime provides many great ways to handle exceptions. It’s now possible have a C# component throw an exception and then catch it in a VB component and bubble it up the stack. Errors work entirely the same way...
  • Blog Post: ASP.NET: Error Handling Tips And Tricks Part 1 – Page And Application Tracing

    The first tip has more to do with error diagnosis. Lot’s of developers use Response.Write as their primary debugging mechanism in ASP. ASP.NET now has built in tracing. No longer do we need to use messy Response.Write statements. Now, we can use Trace.Write statements. These Trace.Write statements...
Page 1 of 1 (22 items)