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Website Development – ASP.NET

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Microsoft recommends developing ASP.NET web applications in an isolated development environment. For more information on the various kinds of development environments, read the chapter ASP.NET Web Application Development Models from the article Team Development with Visual Studio .NET .

ASP.NET has introduced its five updated versions with new added features in each version.

  • It was first commenced to web world with version 1.0 in 2002 with Visual Studio .NET,
  • In 2003 version 1.1 with Windows Server 2003 and Visual Studio .NET 2003,
  • In 2005 version 2.0 with Visual Studio 2005, Visual Web Developer Express and SQL Server 2005,
  • In 2007 version 3.5 released with Windows Server 2008 and Visual Studio 2008,
  • In 2008 version 3.5 service pack released with Visual Studio 2008 Service Pack 1

ASP.NET allows developers for web application development to use fully featured languages like VB.NET and C# (C-Sharp). Feature of “web services” is unique by ASP.NET, class library, XML support and complete compatibility with other programming languages.

LINQ to SQL vs ADO.NET

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ADO.NET is the underlying data access API for .NET Framework (much like JDBC in Java). It’s been around since the first release of .NET.

LINQ to SQL is a data access framework built on ADO.NET and new language features that makes SQL Server data available natively in the object oriented style of programming. LINQ (Language-Integrated Query) and thus allowing to query data using programming language’s own syntax
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Creating IN Queries With Linq

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Linq IN query will pull back a set of results from SQL that is within a given range. This range can be set manually, or can itself be a query. So if you have an eCommerce application and you want to know what products you have in a given user’s cart

SQL

SELECT * FROM Product WHERE ProductID IN (SELECT ProductID FROM mycart)

Linq

List<int> itemQuery = new List<int>() {1,2,3,4};

var myProducts = from p in db.Products
                where itemQuery.Contains(p.ProductID)
                select p;

Linq To Sql only constructs the query when the Enumerator is tripped


Google Maps Control for ASP.NET 2.0

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sending email in asp.net c#

Posted in: Monday, June 7th, 2010 | .net development, .Net Technology, .net website development, asp development, asp net web application development, Asp.Net, asp.net developers, asp.net development, asp.net framework, asp.net programming, asp.net web development, asp.net web development india, asp.net website development, aspdotnetstorefront, aspdotnetstorefront cart development | admin

Sending email in asp.net c# is one of the most common and reliable methods of communication for both personal and business purposes.

One of the big improvements in the configuration and maintenance of ASP.NET Web sites for version 2.0 is the ability to define common settings such as connection strings and mail server in a structured section of the web.config file

C#.net Coding Part

First add below mentioned namespace in code

using System.Net.Mail;
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Silverlight ComboBox binding with Dictionary.

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<combobox x:name=”cboCountry” displaymemberpath=”Value” width=”264” canvas.left=”129” canvas.top=”172” SelectionChanged=”cboCountry_SelectionChanged/>

private void Page_Loaded(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) {

Dictionary dict = new Dictionary();

dict.Add(1, “India”);

dict.Add(2, “USA”);

dict.Add(3, “FINLAND”);

cboCountry.ItemsSource = myDic;

}

private void cboCountry_SelectionChanged(object sender, SelectionChangedEventArgs e) {

KeyValuePair curItem = (KeyValuePair) cboCountry.SelectedItem;

MessageBox.Show(curItem.Key.ToString());

}