Sahil Malik

15 articles

The Ins and Outs of Dependency Properties and Routed Events in WPF

XAML, one of the most important pieces in the Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) puzzle, is merely another way to describe your intent to the...

User Profiles and Audience Targeting in SharePoint 2007

Within any organization, a user is more than just the account he or she uses to log in to the network and the unique...

Writing Custom Editors for WebParts

The following WebPart may be simplistic, but it contains a "personalizable" public property called DisplayText that could transform it into an incredibly useful content...

Establishing ASP.NET 2.0 WebPart Communication

I use a number of Web sites every day. Each Web site has a header, footer, some kind of navigation, and an area where...

Enabling Custom Authentication for SharePoint 2007

One of the sore limitations of SharePoint 2003 was its obsessive/compulsive disorder to use Windows Authentication, only Windows Authentication, and nothing but Windows Authentication....

ASP.NET 2.0: WebPart Framework Basics

Looking at the Internet, I see a number of exceptionally functional sites personalized to my tastes. Much like staring at a map that says...

DLINQ: Submitting Your Changes

DLINQ gives you the ability to work with relational data as objects without giving up the ability to query. My previous article described the...

DLINQ: Bridging the Object Relational Divide

Are you a DataSet person or more of a business object person? What an awful choice to make! On the DataSet side, you lose...

WinFS Basics: Working with a Data Store

WinFS is probably one of the most exciting offerings in the Microsoft pipeline. The next step in information storage on the Windows platform, WinFS...

System.Transactions: Implement Your Own Resource Manager

One of the biggest paradigm shifts that has occurred with the introduction of .NET 2.0 probably is the introduction of System.Transactions. I talked briefly...

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