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Ajax-Enabling an existing ASP.Net application
In this post I would like to demonstrate with a hands on example, how to ajaxify an existing website/application. This post will not cover the basics of Ajax. If you want to find out what Ajax is (and what the main Ajax controls are) have a look at this...
Using ObjectDataSource control in an ASP.Net application to fetch data from a SQL Server database
In this post I will demonstrate with a hands on example how to use the ObjectDataSource web server control to fetch data from a database. I will use this control in an ASP.Net application. I will also use GridView,DropDownlist,DetailsView web server controls...
Introduction to ASP.Net Ajax controls
This is going to be my first post on Ajax (Asynchronous Javascript and XML) and Ajax controls. Ajax is my favourite technology and I use it a lot when I build ASP.Net applications. This is going to be a beginner's level post on Ajax in ASP.Net applications...
Data caching in ASP.Net applications
In this post I will continue my series of posts on caching. You can read my other post in Output caching here .You can read on how to cache a page depending on the user's browser language. Output caching has its place as a caching mechanism. But right...
Using the Items collection for state management
I have explained some of the state mechanisms that we have in our disposal for preserving state in ASP.Net applications in various posts in this blog. You can have a look at this post , this post , this post and this one .My last post was on Application...
State management using the Application class in ASP.Net applications
I have explained some of the state mechanisms that we have in our disposal for preserving state in ASP.Net applications in various posts in this blog. You can have a look at this post , this post , this post and this one . I have not presented yet an...
Membership in ASP.Net applications - part 4
This is the fourth post in a series of posts regarding ASP.Net built in membership functionality,providers,controls. You can read the first one here . You can read the second post here . You can read the third post here . In this post I will show you...
Membership in ASP.Net applications - part 3
This is the third post in a series of posts regarding ASP.Net built in membership functionality,providers,controls. You can read the first one post one here . You can read the second post here . In this post I would like to investigate how to use the...
Membership in ASP.Net applications - part 2
This is the second post in a series of posts regarding ASP.Net built in membership functionality,providers,controls. You can read the first one post one here . In order to follow this post, complete the steps in the first post. It will only take 10 minutes...
Membership in ASP.Net applications - part 1
So far in all my posts, I have never mentioned anything about how to implement authentication/authorisation mechanisms in a web site. In all our professional web applications we do need some sort of mechanism to verify who users are and what privileges...
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