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Microsoft .NET platform defines a standard around which a system can be developed. Microsoft .NET platform provides countless opportunities for different services and systems to interact, allowing programmers to develop powerful solutions for the internet. A major theme of Microsoft .NET platform is the idea of Web services, allowing software to communicate directly with other software using Internet technologies. The .NET Framework and Visual Studio.NET, two more core aspects of this initiative, provide a multi-language environment in which developers can create Web services and other kinds of applications.
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Water mark on an image with asp.net
Water mark on an image with asp.net
In this tutorial, making of water mark is described at time of uploading an images with asp.net ...
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Web Site Navigation in ASP.NET 2.0
Web Site Navigation in ASP.NET 2.0
Explains how to give consistent ways for the users to navigate the website. Web applications that you develop will have multiple pages interconnected with each other in some fashion. You need to have a navigation system in place which can help the end user to successfully work through your application.
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 Making your ASP.net applications AJAX enabled
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In this tutorial we will learn how to make a GridView from scratch and then AJAX enable it using the powerful tools provided in Microsoft Visual Studio.
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ASP.NET Tutorial
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This tutorial covers core ASP.NET features, the ASP.NET File System, the code behind model, the directory structure, and error handling.
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Import excel data to gridview
Import excel data to gridview
In this tutorial you will learn how to import excel data to gridview control. We have learn a lot about how to export gridview data to excel but this time we will look over how to import excel data to gridview.
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