ASP.NET MVC applications provide interesting possibilities to accept input and work with database data. See how you can do this effectively in your work.
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ASP.NET has its drawbacks, and to counter these, Microsoft is preparing a new technology called ASP.NET MVC.
Expose your SQL Server data directly over the web. Learn to create SOAP-based native web services in SQL Server 2005/2008 that can be consumed from client applications over HTTP.
Want to store documents or photos in SQL server? Learn how SQL Server and ADO.NET together can provide an elegant solution for storing and retrieving BLOBs.
Learn to avoid subtle, yet common, web application design mistakes, and how to best solve them in your ASP.NET/C# web applications.
Learn how to avoid possible performance problems in your web applications when using the ASP.NET AJAX TabContainer by employing a technique known as lazy loading.
Client Application Services simplifies the access to ASP.NET Application Services and thus helps in managing the user information, authentication, and authorization at a common place for both web and Windows Applications.
WebParts are an inheritance of WebControls with extra, enhanced features to ensure their usability in Web applications. See what they can do for you!