Archive of ‘ASP.NET 4.0’ category

Deploying Database with ASP.NET Web application


Web applications can be deployed in two different ways one by using one-click publish or by using a Web deployment package. Usually we may want to deploy our database scripts that we used along with the application deployment. This post discusses the procedures to deploy the database along with web application in Visual Studio 2010.

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WebForms Routing in ASP.NET 4

This post explains about WebForms routing features available in ASP.NET 4. Routing feature originally designed for ASP.NET MVC and now available for Webforms as well. You need to install Visual Studio 2010 ultimate beta2 to try the routing features in ASP.NET 4.
1. Create a ASP.NET Web Application in Visual Studio 2010 as follows
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Dynamic Metadata using ASP.NET 4.0

This post explains about Dynamically assigning Metadata to a page using code behind in ASP.NET 4.0. Metadata is so important as Search engine optimization considers Metadata keywords and description to index  the page. If you can dynamically assign the metadata to your page then search engine can easily analyze and puts the page in results […]

WCF Service using ASP.NET AJAX Library

More often, the data to shown in an AJAX page is retrieved from the Web server using a Web service, a Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) service. The services that can also return JavaScriptObjectNotation(JSON) are potential candidates for AJAX pages.
This post explains about calling a WCF service using ASP.NET AJAX Library Data View control. The following […]

Master-Detail Views using ASP.NET AJAX

Master-Detail Views are very common in data-driven Web pages. These views are used for rendering one-to-many relationships. ASP.NET Web forms provided the strong server controls like grids,lists and drop-down lists which supports the multiple levels of data.
In Master-Detail View we normally navigate among master records and drill down into the details of the records that […]

ASP.NET AJAX Library Beta in Visual Studio

The ASP.NET AJAX Library is a JavaScript library which enables the developer to build highly interactive Ajax applications. Using ASP.NET Ajax client controls we can take the advantage of building database-driven web applications. This post explains how to add these controls to Visual Studio toolbox and explore the beta features.
The ASP.NET AJAX Library is compatible […]

CRUD operations using ASP.NET MVC 1

This post explains how to write ASP.NET MVC application which supports create, read, update and delete operations on sample database table. We build a product catalogue application using ASP.NET MVC Web application template.
Download ASP.NET MVC 1 to create the following application
To get the overview on ASP.NET MVC you can read ASP.NET 3.5 MVC Application post
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Web Forms model in ASP.NET 4.0

ASP.NET 4.0 platform is built up with various components Web Forms,ASP.NET MVC, Dynamic Data Controls and ASP.NET AJAX. It has the same foundation as in ASP.NET 3.5 SP1 but refined the above features. This post speaks about features in the Web Form model.


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ASP.NET MVC and Web Forms

This post explores the pros and cons of both ASP.NET Forms and ASP.NET MVC and also discusses why Microsoft released another ASP.NET Framework called ASP.NET MVC. There has been a discussion on choosing the framework for developing the web applications. The following comparisons will help the developers when to choose one or the other.
Benefits of […]