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Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 2/15/2012, in category "ASP.Net"
Views: this article has been read 129825 times
Abstract: In this article we will try to understand 3 important concepts Association, Aggregation and Composition.
Rating: 51 user(s) have rated this article Average rating: 5.0
Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 6/16/2011, in category "ASP.Net"
Views: this article has been read 121911 times
Abstract: As the article name says learn MVC, so the agenda is simple we are going to learn ASP.NET MVC in 7 days.
Rating: 7 user(s) have rated this article Average rating: 3.4
Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 6/2/2011, in category "ASP.Net"
Views: this article has been read 73713 times
Abstract: Article about Insert, Delete and Update operation using ADO.NET Entity Data Model
Rating: 30 user(s) have rated this article Average rating: 4.9
Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 5/10/2011, in category "ASP.Net"
Views: this article has been read 142233 times
Abstract: In today’s world no one implements MVC without help of frameworks. So it’s either ASP.NET or j2ee, framework support is a must. Struts 2 has been the most accepted framework in J2ee while in ASP.NET the ASP.NET MVC template is the king. In this article we will compare these frameworks in terms of how they differ in implementation and their positive and negative points.
Rating: 6 user(s) have rated this article Average rating: 4.7
Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 3/18/2011, in category "ASP.Net"
Views: this article has been read 139935 times
Abstract: Some times back I was discussing MVC with one of my Java friends. The talk ended up with a fight trying to prove how one technology is better than other in implementing MVC. For whatever reasons good or bad I was trying to prove that Microsoft technology is the best but…hmm,aaahh and ooohh.
Rating: 20 user(s) have rated this article Average rating: 4.5
Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 1/25/2011, in category "ASP.Net"
Views: this article has been read 98128 times
Abstract: Diagnosing a software application is an art and this art has to be more skillful when you go on production. In development environment you have the complete VS IDE tool so the diagnosing becomes much easier. On production environment as a best practice you do not install visual studio IDE. So on production it’s like fighting with the lion without a knife.
Rating: 3 user(s) have rated this article Average rating: 5.0
Posted by: Srihari Chinna, on 9/4/2010, in category "ASP.Net"
Views: this article has been read 111187 times
Abstract: By using URL rewriting, we can intercept an incoming Web request and redirecting the request to a different resource page. When performing URL rewriting, typically the URL being requested is checked and, based on its value, the request is redirected to a different URL.
Rating: 7 user(s) have rated this article Average rating: 5.0
Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 8/4/2010, in category "ASP.Net"
Views: this article has been read 103265 times
Abstract: This article will discuss how to implement ASP.NET authentication and authorization. This article initially starts with authentication and authorization concepts and later explains the three important ways of doing authentication and authorization i.e. windows, forms and passport. As the article moves ahead it explains basic, digest and integrated authentication in depth. This article also dives in depth on how forms authentication can be used to implement custom authentication and single-sign on authentication. One of the important concepts this article touch bases is ticket generation in cookies and how ASP.NET membership and role can help us to increase productivity.
Rating: 66 user(s) have rated this article Average rating: 5.0
Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 7/29/2010, in category "ASP.Net"
Views: this article has been read 1179962 times
Abstract: All application UI have common logics like navigating to the next UI, state management and work flow. By coding all the above three logic in the code itself you tie up all the three aspects with a specific UI type like windows and web. This article will discuss how we can use UIP to achieve the UI portability.
Rating: 15 user(s) have rated this article Average rating: 4.5
Posted by: ShivPrasad Koirala, on 7/22/2010, in category "ASP.Net"
Views: this article has been read 145492 times
Abstract: In this article we will understand MVP, execute a sample project with MVP, implement the same using windows UI and then finally we will discuss about the differences between MVP and MVC.
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