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Building an ASP.Net 4.5 Web forms application - part 5
Τhis is the fifth post in a series of posts on how to design and implement an ASP.Net 4.5 Web Forms store that sells posters on line . There are 4 more posts in this series of posts.Please make sure you read them first.You can find the first post here...
Building an ASP.Net 4.5 Web forms application - part 4
Τhis is the fourth post in a series of posts on how to design and implement an ASP.Net 4.5 Web Forms store that sells posters on line. There are 3 more posts in this series of posts.Please make sure you read them first.You can find the first post here...
Building an ASP.Net 4.5 Web forms application - part 3
Τhis is the third post in a series of posts on how to design and implement an ASP.Net 4.5 Web Forms store that sells posters on line. Make sure you read the first and second post in the series. In this new post I will keep making some minor changes in...
Building an ASP.Net 4.5 Web forms application - part 2
Τhis is the second post in a series of posts on how to design and implement an ASP.Net 4.5 Web Forms store that sells posters on line. Make sure you read the first post in the series.You can find it here . In all these posts I am going to publish, I will...
Adding search functionality in a GridView in an ASP.Net application
In my seminars I always show how to fetch data from an SQL Server database to some UI controls (usually a GridView control). I use the connected data access model,I use the disconnected data access model (datasets) and obviously I provide samples that...
Using the Code First approach when building ASP.Net applications with Entity Framework
In this post I would like to show you a hands-on example on how to use the Code First approach when building data-centric ASP.Net applications with EF. Obviously I cannot go into much detail on what EF is and what it does. I will give again a short introduction...
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...
Creating a Data Access Layer in ASP.Net applications for inserting,selecting,deleting and updating data
In this post I will be continuing my series of posts regarding data access methodologies/technologies that as I call them are pro ORM . I will be demonstrating how to use the connected and the disconnected data access models to retrieve,insert,update...
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