Very often web applications utilize a database, but creating a set of pages to view, edit, delete and insert data to the database seems like a repetitive task. Every application has the same set of basic features. To ease the process, Microsoft has recently developed a new technique for creating such applications. Enter ASP.NET Dynamic Data.
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Synchronization of data between local clients and a central server are inseparable from data conflicts that occur when data is changed simultaneously on multiple systems. In this tutorial we'll learn how to handle these data conflicts using the Microsoft Sync Framework.
In many business applications, it is crucial to know how data has changed over time. For developers, this is not a new problem; many different solutions have been created to log changes. But creating a log is time-consuming. Read on to learn how SQL Server 2008 can help you save time and work more effectively.
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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.
HttpHandlers and HttpModules are easy to program and can be widely implemented in the system, so they are useful tools for you to use with SharePoint.
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.
Learn about the different options available to you for deploying your Windows desktop applications with Microsoft's ClickOnce technology.
Microsoft's ClickOnce framework is a powerful tool for deploying and updating Windows forms applications. Learn how to deploy separate application configurations via two methods: installing and updating from different locations, and using URL parameters.
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.