May 21, 2019
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Introducing ASP.NET Core Dependency Injection

Become proficient with the DI features of ASP.NET Core 1.0 so that you can quickly use them in your applications.

Self-Hosting an ASP.NET Web API

ASP.NET Web API can be hosted in a separate host process. Learn how to self-host a Web API and how to consume it using a client application in this step-by-step how-to.

Overview of OWIN and Katana

Learn what OWIN and Katana are and how they fit into the whole web development picture for ASP.NET developers.

Overview of Design Patterns for Beginners

Bipin Joshi explores design patterns, what they are, their benefits and classification.

Using LinkedIn JavaScript API for User Authentication and Profile Retrieval

Learn how to ingrate LinkedIn authentication with your own website using the LinkedIn JavaScript API.

Introduction to Bootstrap: A Tool for Building Responsive, Mobile-First Projects

Bootstrap is a handy, popular and open source framework for developing responsive websites targeting multiple devices without writing CSS yourself. Read on to learn how you can start using it in your web applications.

Introduction to CSS3 Media Queries

CSS3 media queries allow you to apply different CSS rules to different requesting devices. Bipin Joshi examines what CSS3 media queries are and how to use them in your web pages.

Working with Facebook SDK for JavaScript

Bipin Joshi shows you how to implement Facebook authentication, how to retrieve a user's details, and how to post on the user's wall.

5 CSS3 Features That Simplify Your Web Page Styling

CSS3 adds many features to the CSS2 feature set, making it appealing to any web developer. Bipin Joshi discusses five features of CSS3 -- new selectors, border images, gradient, setting opacity and multicolumn layouts.

Creating a Slide Show Using the History API and jQuery

Learn how to programmatically change the URL shown in a browser's address bar using History API.

7 Things You Need To Know About Web Workers

Web Workers allow you to run JavaScript code in the background without blocking the web page user interface. Learn the seven key aspects of web workers that you need to know if you decide to use them in your applications.

7 Things You Should Know About the Geolocation API

Discover seven key things you should know about the Geolocation API in order to use it in your web applications.

Understanding the Proper Way to Lay Out a Page with HTML5

Learn how to lay out a web page using HTML5 semantic markup.

5 HTML5 Features Every Developer Should Know How to Use

As HTML5 becomes more and more common, it is important for web developers to know the main features and how to use them.

Dealing with JSON Dates in ASP.NET MVC

Learn how dates are serialized in the JSON format by ASP.NET MVC action methods and how to deal with them in your client side jQuery code.

Top 10 Things to Know about TypeScript

TypeScript is a superset of JavaScript that provides typed nature to your code. TypeScript can be used for cross-browser development and is an open source project. Bipin Joshi shares a quick overview of the top 10 features of this new scripting language.

Integrating HTML5 Geolocation API with Bing Maps

Geolocation API allows you to build location aware web applications that adjust themselves in some way so that the user is presented with data based on his geographical location. Bipin Joshi shows you how to use the Geolocation API to display the user's location on Bing maps.

Using CSS3 to Jazz up your Web Forms

A Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) is one of the most popular ways to apply a consistent look and feel to your website. CSS3 adds some useful features making it even more appealing for web designers and developers. In this article you will learn some new features introduced in CSS3 viz. table layout, non-standard fonts, transforms, transitions, corners and shadows.

Creating Native Web Services in SQL Server

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.

Working with Binary Large Objects (BLOBs) Using SQL Server and ADO.NET

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.

Working with the XML Data Type of SQL Server

Store XML data directly in SQL Server. Use the power of the XML data type to store and manipulate XML data efficiently and easily.

Using Connection Pooling in ADO.NET

Learn how ADO.NET connection pooling works and how to configure it to suit your performance requirements.

ADO.NET Trace Logging

Apply the advanced trace log features of ADO.NET and improve your data access code.

Working with the DataGridView Control

The DataGridView control of Windows Forms is a versatile control that can help you create professional-looking data entry forms. It not only supports data binding but also provides frequently needed column types such as combo box and button.

Changing Layout Dynamically in Windows Forms

The .NET Framework 2.0 provides many approaches to tackle the problem of dynamic form layout. Learn how to auto-size, anchor and dock Windows and forms using several techniques.

Consuming Membership and Profile Services via ASP.NET AJAX

You can consume ASP.NET 2.0 application services—such as Membership, Roles, and Profiles—from client-side JavaScript code with ASP.NET AJAX.

Consuming Web Service Using ASP.NET AJAX

Web services can play a significant role in data transport and overall communication between the client and the server. Learn how ASP.NET AJAX can consume ASP.NET web services.

The Web Form Wizardry of ASP.NET 2.0's Wizard Control

ASP.NET 2.0 provides a new control called Wizard that allows hassle-free development of multiple Web forms that each contains a portion of a user's input.

Set Your Web Site's Navigation Structure Easily with ASP.NET 2.0 Site Maps

Every Web site should present visitors with a simple yet flexible navigation structure. ASP.NET 2.0's SiteMap feature helps you implement this functionality easily.

Use ASP.NET 2.0's TreeView to Display Hierarchical Data

Thanks to ASP.NET 2.0's built-in TreeView control, you can give your Web site a professional-looking navigation system that displays hierarchical data—without having to write lots of code and script.

Storing Session State in a SQL Server Database

In ASP.NET 2.0, you can customize the session state store as per your requirement. Explore one of the scalable and reliable approaches for storing session variables—SQL Server.

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