I've puzzled about this. And it only occurs in Class Libraries. System.Web is normal in web sites.
Before that in VS 2010, there was no problem in adding and using System.web components to Class Libraries.
I firstly looked at it. But it was normal .net 4.0.
I suppose the reason of it was up to my laptop's configuration or an error during setup process. I will reinstall vs 2013 later. Now I'm again workin in vs 2010 in order to finish my other projects.
Is there a way to scrape the output from Flash? The website I'm working with presents results in a Flash output, and I can't right-click and "View source".
I haven't been able to find a way, so I'm approaching it from a different direction.
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We have developed an desktop educational software using WPF/C# technology. The software will be used by School teachers and Parents. We are planning to make a web and mobile version of it. We have limited experience in web development. Some of the team members have limited knowledge on ASP.Net and I do not have experience in web technologies. I am evaluating the best platform to develop the web version of the application.
Looking at the trend, I see below technologies available.
1- Silverlight: Easier as we have experience in WPF. However, put limitation to install silverlight on the machine. Also, seems future of it not bright.
2. ASP.Net MVC5: might be useful as we are aware of the .Net/C#. Read that it's not the best for multiple browsers.
3. ASP.Net MVC5 + HTML5/CSS: Latest technology and provides nice webpage.
I am bit confused between a ASP.Net MVC5 and (ASP.net MVC5 + HTML5/CSS). Both the technologies are new to me and I have to learn and develop. I am more inclined towards (ASP.net MVC5 + HTML5/CSS) as it is the latest.
Looking forward to your views and also let me know if there is something better for a novice web developer.
I want to develop webpages using dotnet with oracle database. Is there any utility available for generating .net program using a table/tables from oracle ? One or two oracle tables may be joined using a condition or a join can be used.
ADO.NET supports Oracle databases already and LINQ is very useful at several levels of abstraction -- DataSets/DataTables/XML/etc. Oracle probably has a console for DB administration, but I do not use Oracle -- but there is an Oracle Provider native to the .NET system.
Can anyone tell me what price range can i expect to pay for a website that features an email list (people sign in) and a donation button, thus it is able to take payments. Also, what is the specific skills, experience, and knowledge I should look for in a developer?
A basic ASP.NET website will suffice for the generalized specification you are describing -- in fact, even a plain vanilla HTML server can achieve that with little difficulty. My site and domain run about $100/year and it includes 1 SQL Server database and also unlimited mySQL and Access databases and some decent amount of storage. It is not at all difficult for me to write all the code, do all of the ftp for updates, configure .NET, the DB and even the e-mail is simple to maintain.
Starting at the beginning:
1. e-mail -- This is a benefit of two things...first, buy a domain name -- it is your site's 'space' and has the authority to generate e-mail addresses -- it is intrinsic to the domain. Second, your POP3 and/or IMAP and SMTP servers will be at your host's site, usually. So, get that domain hosted -- then you will have a domain and all the rights and benefits of that. Most hosting is one-stop -- you get your domain name, hosting and database from one place.
2. ASP.NET has a preference for SQL Server -- makes sense -- they are both Microsoft technologies. It should come as no great surprise then that there exists a command line tool to generate a SQL database for use with ASP.NET that includes tables for Applications, Users, Profiles...etc. It is the basic database that ASP.NET supports seamlessly and essentially automatically. I know that many developers do not even know that this tools exists, but -- it does and it works quite well for creating a basic database that is already connected to much of the code needed to operate the Membership.
So...you are not asking for a lot, but I would recommend that you take some time to understand the major 'bullet points' with respect to HTTP and HTTPS. Everything else is built on that and most issues with websites are either poor design, poor implementation or a violation of HTTP rules.
There are some basic tools that most of us use -- Fiddler is one of the best that is still free and it can see -- pretty much everything -- the client and server interaction and it already understands the protocols used, regardless of the delivery vehicle. Browsers also have a decent complement of developer tools in them already. That part is your developer's preference and skill set. Some people do not care for ASP.NET and use Apache for their server's home, for example. They all must comply with the rules of HTTP/HTTPS --- they are protocols -- rules for communications.
In my case, my host has a Control Panel where I update the sites I maintain, the e-mail, any SSL Certificates I use and basically manage the site/domain. Most developers I know work at places that either maintain their own domain, or have one hosted site. I use WinHost's Control Panel, Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio and Visual Studio.
Personally, if I wanted one developer to manage all of that -- I would be very keen to find someone that was technically competent in all of these aspects, but -- most places have those responsibilities spread across a few people to several departments -- there is quite a bit to get absolutely correct, as I am sure you are aware. Not a big deal to small fish, but you are asking for something that -- at the Enterprise level spans a few departments.
Take heart, though. It is not so huge and daunting to everyone and you know -- you must trust the people that provide the parts that you cannot and probably, you already have a process for learning to trust someone -- I would use that. One last thing -- this site you are describing -- has already been written thosands of times -- the paradigm -- is ubiquitous. Beware of a developer that will simply steal someone else's exemplar and pass it off to you as theirs. There is -- alot of that going on and ultimately, whoever the domain lists as the cognizant authorities are responsible for the site and its content.
Nice summary - I would only add that there is no need to separate out using SQL Server with ASP.NET/IIS and MySQL with PHP/Apache, as MySQL can work perfectly well with ASP.NET on a Windows server. An advantage of using MySQL is that it is easier to find (even) cheaper hosting options using it.
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