Learn how to display, add, edit, and delete data from a single XML file by using C# console applications. With a little effort, you can implement these techniques in Windows-based applications.
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ASP.NET 2.0 provides new classes, methods, and controls that make implementing authentication easy. Learn how to apply the authentication functionalities of the Membership class and its methods into ASP.NET applications.
Explore some interesting features in the Longhorn operating system and learn some of the facts that you have to know when working with the current build.
Get a sneak peek at some of the cool and interesting features in the latest Longhorn build from Microsoft.
By applying ASP.NET programming logic, you can store user data in either XML files or a Web configuration file and then validate users using those files. Learn how to apply both of these simple methods of authentication.
Learn about some of the different compilers available for programming with C#
Learn how to add namespaces to your C# programs.
For those that may develop in C#, Anand overviews the machine requirements and more.
A quick definition of C#.
When learning to program in C#, it helps to first learn about the Microsoft .NET Platform. This article launches a new series, C# — Learning with the FAQs.
Discover how easy it is to send emails with attachments from your .NET programs.
ASP.NET makes it amazingly simple for you to send e-mails from a Web application or even a Web form.
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An introduction to building a Web Service using Visual Studio .NET.
Anand reviews a new book from Sams Publishing on ASP.NET programming.
Discover how to authenticate users using the credentials from a database as well as learn how to apply web services for performing database operations.
Learn how to view and update records in a database using ASP.NET and the DataGrid control.
Learn how to add records to a database using ASP.NET and Visual Basic .NET.
Whether using C# or VB .NET for your ASP.NET pages, you'll want to validate any data entered by your users. In this second of two parts, learn about three additional validation controls provided with .NET.
Whether using C# or VB .NET for your ASP.NET pages, you'll want to validate any data entered by your users. In this first of two parts, learn about three of the validation controls provided with .NET.
Learn about COM components and their application in C#.
Examine the concept of working with events from within a C# program.
Get practical with C# by using it to access file information, create subdirectories, and more. You'll also learn to read and write from basic files.
Learn how to add exception handling to your C# programs.
Learn about the concept behind interfaces in C# with the help of relevant listings.
Examine the concept behind Structures, Enumerations, and Inheritance in C#.
Anand continues his series of articles on C#. In this installment, learn about arrays. As a bonus, he also covers command line arguments.
Learn about the basic object oriented construct within C# -- classes.
Are you new to C#? This article provides you with an overview of the C# data type and primary language control constructs.
C# programs are compiled to become Intermediate Language (IL). In this article, you'll see what IL code is generated by a simple C# 'Hello World' program.
In learning a new programming languages, you have to start somewhere. Anand presents both the tools needed for C# development and the legendary 'hello world!' program written in C#.
Microsoft is moving forward with its .NET strategy. This article introduces .NET and builds the foundation for .NET development.
The use of pens is a part of drawing and working with graphics. In this article you learn the basic use Pen objects. Discover how to draw and fill shapes as well as how to display images.
Most software programs require some sort of graphics. This may be written text, shapes, or even dialogs. In this C# article you will learn to draw graphics text and shapes as well as learn to use some of the standard .NET dialogs to select properties for your graphics.
Interacting with features of an operating system is not uncommon in today's applications. Learn to access the Windows 2000 Event Viewer using C#.
We conclude our tutorial on working with Windows Forms in Microsoft.NET. Here, we'll examine some of the important GUI Controls and their application in C#.
We begin a detailed tutorial on getting started with Windows Forms in Microsoft.NET. It should enable you to start developing controls for GUI applications in the new framework.
We examine the basic steps required to handle JDBC using javax.swing for creating user interfaces. If you're new to object-oriented programming to databases in Java, this will set you off on the right path.
We conclude our tutorial on working with ASP by looking at Boolean functions, sessions and cookies, text files, and accessing databases.
In a two-part introduction to the basics of plain ASP, the author walks you through the steps needed to employ scripts for creating dynamic Web pages.
This quick tutorial offers you the bare-bones basics needed for working on a Java applet.