In a web form 2010 application, I am creating letters that need to be sent to various customers that are generated in html and are sent to 2 or 3 customers at the at different addresses. However each letter needs to be the same. The only difference is the mailing address. Thus I need each letter to be generated on separate pages. Thus I would like to know what html command can be used to made certain each letter is printed on separate pages. Thus can you tell me what the command would be?
It seem like you've not even googled the slightest info available to you but this should help.
If your web app is reatricted to your country then search for an sms campany that offers this service at a cheap and steady rate, they will provide an api to allow you work with your app platform, java, asp.net, perl etc as the case may be.
Follow the provided samples and integrate with your app.
If its an international target then look for a company that can serve you well with speed and server uptime.
For the life of me I can't understand why my grid won't populate. I'm sending my data from the controller to the view but the grid is always blank.
public JsonResult PopulateGrid()
var x = (from n in dbContext1.GetOrders("Melody Devoe") select n);
List<string> items = new List<string>();
foreach (var item in x)
//List<CentralBilling.Models.GetOrders_Result> returnList = new List<CentralBilling.Models.GetOrders_Result>();
return Json(items.ToList(), JsonRequestBehavior.AllowGet);
There are many ideas that you can use to get a subject for your final year project. In ASP.NET, you can select to create a Web API solution to provide solutions to cross-platform devices, Android, Windows Phone and other similar devices. You can also show your teachers how you managed the HTTP communication, in which data-interchange language (XML or JSON) and other similar stuff.
But final steps are onto you, you have to build the project and that is why you should consider your own final year project based on your own skill sets so that you can present the projects too.
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A pub quiz site that can be hosted on a local server and interface to mobile devices for the teams.
The software will deliver multi-choice questions.
You could throw in added features like difficulty scores and the options provided in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire. Timed questions. Keeping track of questions already presented to teams or individuals.
Consider administrative functions like adding or uploading more questions. League tables for teams and individuals, or a knockout tournament.
For even more challenge throw in pictures, video, audio or interactive content. The questions themselves might be mini-games or puzzles, such as code breaking or solving a Sudoku grid.
It's your call how much of the above you include. If you collaborate, make sure you document the over all design and the interfaces between you and your team mates work BEFORE you all go off and cut code. In the real world you'd whiteboard and discuss designs within a team and then someone would document.
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