All About .Net and Sreedhar Koganti
We are having Code camp on November 17 again. If you have not registerd, please register @ https://www.clicktoattend.com/invitation.aspx?code=120968
This time I am presenting two sessions.
1. Silverlight for beginners (Alpha) :
Silverlight is a cross platform, cross browser .NET plug-in that enables designers and developers to build rich media experiences and rich interactive applications for the Web. This session is targeted to beginners in Sliverlight. Come to this session and learn fundamentals, architecture of Silverlight with real times examples.
2. It’s all about ListView control (ASP.NET 3.5/VS 2008):
Meet ListView control by coming to this session. You will definitely say thanks to ASP.NET 3.5 for introducing this ListView control. ListView control is a sort of hybrid between a DataGrid and Repeater. It combines the free form templating of Repeater and the editing features of the DataGrid. In this session we will examine basics of ListView and then we will discuss ListView control in detail with real time examples. By keeping real time need of a day to day developer, the examples and explanation will be provided. Come to the session, learn use of ListView control and say thanks to ASP.NET 3.5 for providing this new beautiful life saver control for developers!
see you all at Camp!!!
From long time I was playing with Silverlight, as like all others I was also eagerly waiting for Textbox control in next release. Mean time I have found some custom textbox control from Rob Conery Blog. Thanks for him for making it. Ofcourse we could try 'Access the HTML DOM from Managed Code' approch, but I was more keen on having Textbox in XAML only as that tried it. As many people are still don't know what Sliverlight is, I have made a very simple example fun example. Play with the example and have fun. The below example is hosted at https://silverlight.live.com/. If you also want to learn and host, check the Silverlight.Live.com site.
The sample questions you can send out to space are:
1. Hello World
2. Do you want to come to Earth?
3. Why do you want to come to earth?
4. Why you want to learn .Net?
5. What transportation you use to come to earth?
<You can't copy and paste the question in Textbox as textbox is not that mature now. So please type the question in textbox>
Hope you will have fun with this example and if you are begginer please check silverlight.net site. Worth to check.... NOTE: You need to have Silverlight to run this example. If you don't have download it...don't panic..this is what you will use in future..be hurry and download and be one of the first person having it...:)
Worth reading and very useful article "Hosting and Consuming WCF Services" found on MSDN.In brief it describes below three types of hosting mechanisums...· Self-hosting in any managed .NET application · Hosting in a Windows service
· Hosting in different versions of IIS
I thought it's very useful article as bloged it....
In case any one is intrested in looking into "ASP.NET Pipeline HttpHandlers and HttpModules" topic. You can getinfo on it from my April 14th Code Camp "ASP.NET Pipeline HttpHandlers and HttpModules" talk.
Thanks to MVP award Team and my lead Steve Dybing...... Got email on 1st Jan 2007. So it's really really a sweet new year gift from MS...
In case if any one needs, Jun 10th Code Camp session code/slides
Have quesitons on the code/slides, you can contact me
Intrested to know more info on the same topic.... you can get info from ScottGu's blog It's a great link!
I forgot to blog, here is by May 4th presenation Slides/Code link. It's @ It's all about ASP.NET 2.0 GridView with SQLDataSource! Slides/Code
I am presenting 'It's all about ASP.NET 2.0 GridView with SQLDataSource!' seminar at PAFOX usergroup on May 4th 6:30pm. If you are around VA and wanted to know 'ASP.NET 2.0 GridView with SQLDataSource', please be there!
One more time for the sake of Beginners; It’s @ http://webproject.scottgu.com/
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