When ADO.Net was being built, they built it with XML in mind. It’s very easy to extract XML data from a DataSet in ADO.Net.
If you’ve created a project (let’s say a class) in Visual Studio 2010 and you’d like to change the target framework, in C#, it’s very easy to find.
I have found that, there are times when you need to deal with HTMLControls, using ASP.Net or SharePoint in code, rather than with a design surface. The situation then becomes how to deal specifically with CSS styles within the code. Naturally, it’s fairly straightforward in the mark-up, either doing it directly in the tags, or […]
I know, to some of you, this will seem like a ridiculously basic question/post. But since it was posted on one of the forums recently, and I had many problems with head hunters/recruiters on this, I thought it might be worthy to create a post about it. The question was: “What’s the difference between ASP.net, […]
In previous versions of VB.Net, in order to create a property, it was necessary to create a private field for the property and to refer to it in the Get/Set sections of the property. It was a lot of code to write for each and every property you created. In VB.Net 2010, this is no […]
Did you know that, if you use the App_Code folder in your C# application, you can also use VB class files in your project?
One of the great string methods that was introduced in dotNet 2.0 is ‘IsNullOrEmpty’
In the most recent version of VB.Net (2010), one of the most wanted ‘small’ features (one that has been wanted by programmers for quite a while) is Implicit Line Continuation. C# has pretty much had it from the beginning. Before, when we wanted to to break a line up into multiple lines, for better readability, […]
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