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Populating a DropDown List From a Database in C#
Populating a DropDown List From a Database in C#
In this tutorial we will bind a DropDownList control to a sample database and make it display related information of the selected field.
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Using the DataPager With a ListView in Visual Basic
Using the DataPager With a ListView in Visual Basic
This tutorial will show you how to save an image to an SQL database using ASP.NET 4.0 and vb.
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Working with List Controls in ASP.NET
Working with List Controls in ASP.NET
In this tutorial you will work with the list control to create a dropdown list and a checkbox list.
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Nest a DropDownList in a GridView with ASP.NET 4.0 and C#
Nest a DropDownList in a GridView with ASP.NET 4.0 and C#
ASP, .NET, 4.0, drop, down, list, grid, view, nest, C#
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VS2008 C# Sequential Lists: The Queue And Stack Class
VS2008 C# Sequential Lists: The Queue And Stack Class
Sequential lists are collection of objects that can be entered or extracted in a sequential way. They donít provide access to objects in the middle on the list. You can only access a specific object each time you extract it.
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Rock Paper Scissors!!
Rock Paper Scissors!!
Got a request from my mentor to post this, so I am, and i think everyone could benefit from this since it has a lot of cool tricks to it such as using the list, soundclip class, picture boxes, and a lot of if statements:
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Control Template in DataGrid, Repeater and DataList Controls
Control Template in DataGrid, Repeater and DataList Controls
A template is a combination of HTML elements, controls and embedded server controls, and can be used to customize and manipulate the layout of a control. ASP.NET provides three server controls for displaying data in a customized layout: Datagrid control, Repeater control, and Datalist control. This tutorial explains how to use a template to customize the layout of these controls.
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ASP.NET To-Do List
ASP.NET To-Do List
It is very easy to build To-do list web application in ASP.NET. This tutorial will cover the basics of using standard .Net's controls and fundamentals of using Visual Web Developer to create a simple, but powerful application. There is sample To Do List ASP.NET project, used in this tutorial.
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Bulleted List Server Control in ASP.NET
Bulleted List Server Control in ASP.NET
BulletedList server control is a new ASP.NET 2.0 feature. In our efforts to display organized data which makes sense to reader, we make use of different server controls in ASP.NET 2.0 to render organized data. Bulleted List control also helps in that. The Bulleted List server control is meant to display a bulleted list of items easily in an ordered or unordered fashion.
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See the Checklist of a Web Deployment
See the Checklist of a Web Deployment
This tutorial talks about what are the things we need to keep in mind while doing a successful website deployment.
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Validate an email address using regular expressions
Validate an email address using regular expressions
email address are the means of communication with people around the world. While processing forms email address validation plays an important. Proper email validation strengthen our contact list, ban spamming and protect us from robot form filling (Form AutoFill). Here we are going to design a regular expression pattern to validate email address. which will check to make sure an e-mail address is a valid address, and in proper format means containing an username, at sign (@), and valid hostname. For example, admin@samplehost.com is valid, but SPAM@badhost is invalid. Most of email service provides limit the use of literals for email address creation. Only letters (a-z,A-Z), numbers (0-9), hyphens (-), underscore (_) and periods (.) are allowed and no special characters are accepted. You can add or remove any literals to your regular expression.
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Matching literal (normal) text characters with Regular Expressions
Matching literal (normal) text characters with Regular Expressions
Basically rejex are used to search a character, word, string or string pattern. Here we are going to search for a single literal character. Consider we want search for "o" in the string patter "Poonam like mango". It will match the "o" after the "P". The default behavior of most regular expression engines is to return just the first match. Though this regex can match the second "o" too. Most regex implementations provide a mechanism by which we can obtain a list of all matches when the regex engine start searching through the string after the first match.
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Building a Shopping List
Building a Shopping List
I am sure that most of us before going for shopping on a certain occasion, we have to dig up our mind to draft a shopping list. This tutorial will explain how to build a shopping list using ASP.NET 2.0 with MS SQL database. Based on this article, some cool technical stuff in Visual Web Developer will be used to facilitate our work.
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Creating Dropdown list control from Datasource
Creating Dropdown list control from Datasource
We will create a custom dropdown conrol using a datasource. This code provides us to fill a dropdrown list using a datasource. This code also displays us ASP.NET is easier than classical ASP to generate custom controls.
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Converting ASP to ASP.NET
Converting ASP to ASP.NET
This article begins with an examination of a typical data-driven ASP application and then explains how to do a minimalistic port from ASP to ASP.NET and steps and tips on converting your application fully to ASP.NET. Topics covered: Running ASP and Microsoft ASP.NET on the same Web server, Examining a common ASP application, and Porting the ASP application to ASP.NET.
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