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ASP.NET Aug 2004

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Current Entries

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25 Aug 2004
Dundas Data Visualization
Using Chart Areas with Dundas Chart for .NET
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22 Aug 2004
Shams Mukhtar
This article will enhance your vision on the usage of Robustness Analysis in conjunction with Model View Controller, using UML with application in ASP.NET. This article is a sequel to my articles on Architecture and Design with ASP.NET.
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11 Aug 2004
Vladimir Smirnov
This article describes how to group radio-buttons when using them in DataGrid, DataList, Repeater etc.
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25 Aug 2004
Kenneth Young
This article provides a way to retrieve the worksheet names of an Excel Workbook. This can be used to query a workbook using ADO.NET if you do not know the names of the worksheets.
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12 Aug 2004
Pascal Hurni
An implementation of a shell namespace extension that uses the system provided ShellView (SHCreateShellFolderView)
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16 May 2005
zichun
Auto-complete control.
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5 Aug 2004
James Coleman
An article that demonstrates how one can leverage the ImageGenerator Class to create textual images on the fly
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2 Aug 2004
Elvin Cheng
It allows calls to server events from client script code without causing the page to post back and refresh.
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28 Sep 2004
Trenton Moss
Ten tricks to make life easier
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31 Aug 2004
Maxim Kazitov
HTTP File Commander in DHTML
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15 Aug 2004
Elvin Cheng
Solve the ViewState problems using the industry well-known pattern - Provider Model design pattern.
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25 Aug 2004
Karl Seguin
Creating multilingual websites - Part 2
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20 Dec 2004
wumpus1
A flexible framework for user-friendly ASP.NET exception handling, and automatically notifying developers of problems before users do.
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15 Nov 2005
Babailiica
An article on how to reorder a select field in multiple mode and submit the data to the server.
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26 Aug 2004
Kenneth Young
This article demonstrates how it is possible to disable/enable individual ListItems in a ASP.NET CheckBoxList Server Control.
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5 Aug 2004
Daniel P. Lotz
Here is a little article for doing preprocessing before the page is postback-ed to the server in ASP.NET
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25 Aug 2004
Karl Seguin
Extend the existing globalization capabilities of .NET to create flexible and powerful multilgual web sites. First, create a custom ResourceManager, and then create custom localized-capable server controls to easily deploy multilingual functionality.
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31 Aug 2004
Ralph Arvesen
Prevent spam-bots from harvesting email addresses in web pages.
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20 Sep 2012
Rohit Joshi
IMAPLibrary supports the basic IMAP protocol functions to fetch messages from the mailbox.
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4 Aug 2004
azamsharp
How to select multiple checkboxes in a DataGrid control.
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7 Aug 2004
Christian Calderon
The Classic ASP Framework (CLASP) will allow you to structure your ASP pages in the same way you do it with ASP.NET
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29 Aug 2004
Kenneth Young
The ASP.NET DataGrid Server Control is a versatile control. The control displays data bound information in a HTML table. There are several key UI features that the DataGrid does not have. For instance, many HTML tables that show data in a list, change the color of the row when the mouse hovers over.
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16 Aug 2004
Agemo
A simple web page template parser to separate layout from code.
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9 Aug 2004
mysorian
Walkthrough of generating a report from a SQL 2000 Server using the Reporting Services.
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31 Aug 2004
mysorian
A tutorial on connecting to SQL 2000 Server.
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15 Sep 2004
RedSunBeer
Some thoughts on estimating before having a design in place.
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29 Aug 2004
Trenton Moss
That's right - this search engine optimisation article is telling you not to submit your website to any search engines
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30 Aug 2004
Barry Etter
This article describes how to reap the benefits of the ASP.NET Repeater control while at the same time be able to design your item templates in Visual Studio's WYSIWYG editors; instead of hand-writing the HTML.
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30 Aug 2004
Richard Parsons
This article describes the "bug/feature" in the ASP.NET ListBox.
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4 Oct 2004
Frank Robijn
A workaround for the broken Visual Studio support for extender providers in ASP.NET
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23 Aug 2004
Socrate1
A very simple and practical way, how a single RadioButton acts as a RadioButtonList in a web DataGrid server control column.
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8 Aug 2004
argpanag
An article on getting URL parameters using JavaScript (IE, NS).
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14 Aug 2004
billxie
Enable DataList row highliting and Click event postback using non-display button and databinding technique.
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14 Aug 2004
Akash Kava
Visual Studio.NET 2003 version's property browser goes blank, I found the remedy and I have made an Add-in to resolve this bug.
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12 Aug 2004
Hemang Shukla
An article on a filterable Grid for ASP.NET.
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23 Aug 2004
Muhammad Zeeshan Arshad
This code will help to store multiple checkbox or radio box values via Form (to render on screen / to store in a database).
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1 Aug 2004
Russ Quinn
A solution to provide custom printing for data grids in ASP.NET
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23 Aug 2004
Stephan Pilz
Create multilingual web pages very easily, without using localization and resources.
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3 Aug 2004
billxie
Enhance Rounded Corner Control to support template.
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13 Aug 2004
azamsharp
Multiple selection using DropDownList in DataGrid.
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2 Aug 2004
Mandeep S Bhatia
This article goes through the internals of ASP.NET session management.
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9 Aug 2004
azamsharp
Highlighting important dates in the Calendar control.
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11 Aug 2004
mysorian
A code walk to expose a Crystal Report as a Web Service
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13 Aug 2004
billxie
Minimize viewsate and database access to achieve optimized DataGrid sorting.
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14 Aug 2004
Akash Kava
Adding JavaScript prompt for Delete Command in DataGrid (easy undocumented way).
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27 Aug 2004
Leon Langleyben
How to dynamically create controls in an ASP.NET page.
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13 Aug 2004
DFU23
An introduction to JSON, the JavaScript Object Notation, which has been described as "A fat-free alternative to XML".
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17 Aug 2004
bob_dotnet
How I created an application to help exclude the many files needed to deploy a DotNetNuke site

Current Participants

Those with articles that match the contest criteria are automatically entered.

DFU23
Web Developer
United States United States
Born and raised in Charlottesville, Virginia, USA.

Majored in Information Science at Christopher Newport University and now I design/program web applications for a living.

I'm an avid fan of the W3C web standards and would love to see them used to their full potential and make the web a better place for both surfers and developers.
Agemo
Web Developer
China China
No Biography provided
Akash Kava
Web Developer
United States United States
Programmer with WILL
argpanag
Web Developer
Greece Greece
No Biography provided
azamsharp
Web Developer
United States United States
My name is Mohammad Azam and I have been developing iOS applications since 2010. I have worked as a lead mobile developer for VALIC, AIG, Schlumberger, Baker Hughes, Blinds.com and The Home Depot. I have also published tons of my own apps to the App Store and even got featured by Apple for my app, Vegetable Tree. I highly recommend that you check out my portfolio. At present I am working as a lead instructor at DigitalCrafts.




I also have a lot of Udemy courses which you can check out at the following link:
Mohammad Azam Udemy Courses
Babailiica
Web Developer
Bulgaria Bulgaria
No Biography provided
Barry Etter
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
billxie
United States United States
No Biography provided
bob_dotnet
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
Christian Calderon
Web Developer
United States United States
Christian is a Microsoft Certified Professional 8+ years of experience in the consulting business. He has designed and developed numerous Web and Windows applications (and many other things he doesn't even remember...) using technologies and tools such as ASP.NET,VB.NET, C#, ASP, COM+/MTS, C++, JavaScript, HTML/DHTML, Visual Basic, SQL Server, Oracle, Microsoft Access, etc.

He is quite "curious" and always wants to know how things work and the "why was it done like this or that, how does this works...", and because of this he is always pursuing to improve his skills so he can know the answers to these questions.

He also likes Martial Arts, finishing and spending time with his wife and daughter. And why not?, playing XBOX from time to time :-P

Christian works as the Microsoft Technologies Manager/Senior Developer for Electronic Knowledge Interchange, a Chicago based Technology Consulting Firm.
http://www.eki-consulting.com
Daniel P. Lotz
Software Developer (Senior)
Germany Germany
Freelancer, Software Architect working for companies like Deutsche Post and TCom. Specialist in .Net (3.5 included) programming with C#. Expert in WCF programming.
Since 1992 Dundas Data Visualization has been helping companies all over the world visualize their data. Dundas products have a global reputation of being the highest quality, and are all designed, built and tested to meet the strictest requirements that developers and business managers demand.

Our showcase product is Dundas Dashboard, an easy-to-integrate digital dashboard software solution. Dundas Dashboard allows for the rapid and collaborative development of performance dashboards, helping companies leverage their business intelligence (BI) solutions.

Our web-based dashboard software comes with wizard interfaces, and a unique Dundas DashFlowTM process, allowing for the simultaneous development of an executive dashboard by business analysts, IT staff and database administrators. It also uses premier charts, maps, gauges and graph controls, letting end-users visualize their data as required.

Dundas also offers superb, world class consulting services for those companies that do not have the in-house expertise to implement their data visualization projects.

The quality of our products in conjunction with our unmatched technical support, numerous awards and years of experience reflect Dundas Data Visualization's commitment to being the best!
Group type: Organisation

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Elvin Cheng
Singapore Singapore
Elvin Cheng is currently living in Woodlands, Singapore. He has been developing applications with the .NET Framework, using C# and ASP.NET since October 2002. Elvin specializes in building Real-time monitoring and tracking information system for Semi-conductor manufacturing industry. During his spare time, he enjoys reading books, watching movie and gym.
Frank Robijn
Netherlands Netherlands
I'm a senior consultant at Capgemini in The Netherlands since 2004. Previously I've worked at ARCADIS (more on the software) and the Dutch branch of Resource Analysis.

The latest versions of the source code of my articles can be found on my website.
Hemang Shukla
Founder Absolute Agile
Australia Australia
Hemang Shukla is Founder of Absolute Agile. Absolute Agile is a Melbourne based Agile training and consulting firm. http://www.absoluteagile.com.au

Hemang's blogs are also available at http://www.hemangshukla.blogspot.com/
James Coleman
Technical Lead Independent Consultant
United States United States
___________________________
J A M E S C O L E M A N
Director, Technical Services
Linked-In: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jameswcoleman
Blog: ledtalks.wordpress.com
jqd2001
Web Developer
United States United States
I am a Microsoft Certified Application Developer (MCAD), currently focusing on using .Net Framework to develop Business Solutions. I am mostly language neutral. I have used C, C++, ATL, MFC, VB.Net, C#, VB 6, PL/SQL, Transact SQL, ASP, Fortran, etc.
Karl Seguin
Canada Canada
No Biography provided
Kenneth Young
United States United States
No Biography provided
Leon Langleyben
Web Developer
Israel Israel
Leon works as Chief Architect at SRL Group. He leads architectural design and development of various enterprise level projects.
You can meet him on user groups, conferences and forums dedicated to Architecture, ASP.NET, Team System etc. or join him for the next white water rafting adventure
Mandeep S Bhatia
Web Developer
United States United States
No Biography provided
Maxim Kazitov
United States United States
No Biography provided
Muhammad Zeeshan Arshad
Web Developer
Singapore Singapore
ALLAH’ the most Beneficent, ever Merciful Lord of the Universe
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An experienced web developer having self developed various kind of projects.

My areas of computing are:
Hardware & Networks, Systems, Languages, Databases, Graphics, Web Development

Always keep looking for knowledge lovers, who like to spread knowledge, So if you are one of such people join at www.coislamscience.com knowledge site.

Comments/Suggestions are always welcome!
mysorian
Technical Writer Hodentek
United States United States
Worked in the area of electrical discharges, high energy lasers, high voltage technology, plasma technology, lithography, thin film plastics, superconducting thin films, diamond thin films, electron accelerators, and free electron lasers for several years. Mentored/guided MS and PhD students at several universities in USA, Brazil, Australia, and India.
Reading books and photography are my hobbies.

Also trained workforce clients with legacy computer skills in web related technologies.

I recently authored a beginner level book on MS SQL Server Integration Services. Details available at the following link:

http://www.packtpub.com/sql-server-integration-services-visual-studio-2005/book

My second book was released in 2008
Learn SQL Server Reporting Services 2008

Get book details at the following site:
http://www.packtpub.com/learning-sql-server-2008-reporting-services/book

This is for anyone who is interested in Reporting Services a la Microsoft. It has over 50 hands-on exercises and covers all aspects of Reporting Services.

Recent new books:

Microsoft SQL Azure Enterprise Application Development 2010
-A Comprehensive book on SQL Azure

Microsoft Visual Studio LightSwitch Business Application Development 2011
A step-by-step approach that is sure to work

Learning SQL Server Reporting Services 2012 Packt Publishers, ISBN: 978-1-84968-992-2 , 2013
Pascal Hurni
Web Developer
Switzerland Switzerland
Actually teaching in a technical school for IT professionals in Switzerland. Especially programming and software design.

Studdied electronic, computer science and then became IT engineer in 1997.

Started development around 1988 with C64 then Atari ST, Amiga, some early Linux and nowadays several frameworks on Windows.

Ralph Arvesen
Web Developer
United States United States
Ralph Arvesen is a software engineer for Vertigo Software and has worked on desktop, web and Pocket PC applications using .NET and C++. Before Vertigo, he designed hardware and firmware for optical inspection systems and has been developing software for the Microsoft platform since Windows 2.0. He co-authored several books and worked as technical editor on others. Ralph lives in the Texas Hill Country west of Austin; his personal site is located at www.lostsprings.com.
RedSunBeer
Web Developer
India India
achievements: underpaid-underrated-confused
status: Comfortably_Numb
Richard Parsons
Web Developer
United States United States
Richard is a contract developer that currently lives in Arkansas. He has spent most of his career working in healthcare related companies. On his first job he was programming asp using VBScript and his boss walked in and told the whole group to get in their cars and drive to Barnes and Nobles. Once there he let everyone buy a few books about .NET and then he dropped the bomb, he said we would no longer write asp code. Starting Monday we were to be .NET developers.

Five years later Richard is a competent and self motivated .NET developer that can tackle most any problem. He has recently started his own business BellaDev which is proving to be a fun and challenging opportunity.
Rohit Joshi
Software Developer
United States United States
Rohit Joshi is a software engineer working for a telecom company in USA. He has development expirience using C, C++ ,C#, VoiceXML, ASR, IMAP, LDAP, HTTP, SIP, H323 on unix/linux and platforms.
Russ Quinn
Web Developer
Australia Australia
Web developer with 15 years of commercial and industrial experience in the software world.
Now working as a contractor through his own company http://codeconsults.com/. See his blog here
Personal homepage http://russquinn.com/
Shams Mukhtar
Chief Technology Officer GeeksCafe.NET | Infortran.COM
United States United States
Lead Architect with 20+ years of software design and development experience. Architected and designed many industrial softwares and passed through full software development life-cycle. Strong hold in Object-Oriented software engineering using UML with Design Patterns, C#, .NET, C++/VC++ and Java. Domain expertise are in Distributed Computing along with WCF/Web services, Messaging Systems (MSMQ), Multi-threading, Component developments, Computer Graphics, Embedded Systems, GIS development, framework development, User-Interface designs (WPF .NET), Rule based development (WF .NET), Chemical Engineering and Process Controls. Having both Bachelors and Masters degrees in Engineering with certifications in Obect Oriented Analysis and design. Smile | :)

Email: shams.mukhtar@gmail.com
Blog Link: http://www.geekscafe.net

Socrate1
Web Developer
Canada Canada
No Biography provided
Stephan Pilz
Web Developer
Germany Germany
I started 1987 when I was about 14 years old, with Basic and Pascal on 8Bit Atari with insanely 130KB of memory, later 16Bit Atari (4Megs). In study I learn C, C++, Modula-2, Assembler and other science languages (Prolog, ADA). I hold a german engineer's degree Dipl.-Ing. (FH) in "Technical Computer Science" from the University of Applied Sciences Mittweida, Germany (comparable with a Master Degree).

Now I develop PPS and Supply-Chain-Software for middle and great companies in Chemnitz/Germany with Web- and MFC-Frontends in C, C++, ASP.NET, ADO.NET, XML, HTML, JavaScript.

My main tasks are specify and write down solutions of problems and implement the first code snippets.

In my spare time I like to drive a (fast) motocycle, read many science fiction and fantasy books and I'm a enthusiastically shotokan karate fighter. In winter I falling down from hill with alpin ski on foots, because snowboards are only for drug sniffers Wink | ;-)
Trenton Moss
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
Trenton Moss is crazy about usability and accessibility - so crazy that he founded Webcredible, an industry leading user experience consultancy, to help make the Internet a better place for everyone. He's very good at information architecture and interaction design.
Vladimir Smirnov
Web Developer
Russian Federation Russian Federation
No Biography provided
wumpus1
Web Developer
United States United States
My name is Jeff Atwood. I live in Berkeley, CA with my wife, two cats, and far more computers than I care to mention. My first computer was the Texas Instruments TI-99/4a. I've been a Microsoft Windows developer since 1992; primarily in VB. I am particularly interested in best practices and human factors in software development, as represented in my recommended developer reading list. I also have a coding and human factors related blog at www.codinghorror.com.
zichun
Singapore Singapore
I'm young and cool Smile | :)
 
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