The Entity Framework provides a .NET class-based model of a data store, letting you query the model with LINQ, while the model do the background grunt work of contacting the data store to add, update, or delete data.
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Tap the Starter Kit for your next REST Web Service.
Looking to incorporate ActiveMQ into your next project, but don't want to use Spring.NET? This article shows how to use the basics of the .NET Messaging Service Framework.
You can use the System.Diagnostics Namespace to help find and eliminate defects in your C# Programs.
Determine which ports on a computer have an application listening.
Programmatically make sure all your computer systems are at least powered on and available on the network. Easily add this functionality to your applications!
Microsoft offers developers a large selection of application programming interfaces. Using the Microsoft Live constellation of web-based services, you can easily add search, mapping, presence, and more to your applications.
Silverlight has now been around for a while. In fact, the beta for Silverlight 3 has now been released. Get the answers to common questions being asked by Users, business people, and Developers in regard to why Silverlight is important.
Discover how to use constant fields without having to hard code the values into the class.
Reduce your boolean logic to keep you program readable.
Downloading content on demand is a valuable runtime feature. Downloading application modules when needed can enhance a user's experience through reducing load times. This powerful addition can be used when retrieving fonts, media, textual content, or collections of collections of these elements as compressed packages.
Learn some tips and tricks with the C# 3.0 language features along with exploring some productivity gains with the Visual Studio IDE.
Simplify finding the entry you need from an event log.
Learn how to create Word documents in your application without using Office Interop or third-party libraries.
By now, you have heard of Windows Azure, Microsoft's cloud computing platform. But, what does Azure provide for developers and users, and how can you benefit from it in your .NET applications? Read on to find out.
Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP) allows developers to achieve greater modularity in their applications by allowing the separation of cross-cutting concerns. Explore basic AOP concepts and their implementation using Spring.Net, a popular open source application framework by walking through several examples.
Learn how to implement a simple Standard Deviation function for LINQ (Language Integrated Query).
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.