Issue: 2002 - Sept/Oct

  • Rod Paddock Editorial March April 2004 Issue
  • The newest version of Visual Basic now has support for full object-oriented programming, provides access to the .NET Framework and use power and flexibility of the Common Lang...
  • User controls represent an interesting and powerful level of page reusability in ASP.NET. You can build user controls by extracting and combining blocks of code from existing ...
  • New computer languages are rare and successful ones are rarer still, yet Microsoft decided to create a new language to go along with the .NET Developer Platform. Why weren't e...
  • The first article in this series detailed how to build data-aware forms in Visual Studio .NET using the Data Form Wizard. It demonstrated how easy it is to build forms using a...
  • Perl is a language that has been around for a while and is one of the most popular open source languages among system administrators, Web developers and the research community...
  • Visual Studio .NET offers a rich tool set, but anyone who has ever used Visual FoxPro will soon notice that many of their favorite features are not available. However, a new s...
  • Most of you are probably aware that the web.config file in an ASP.NET project controls the behavior of your Web site. If you make a change to one of the built-in settings in t...
  • Eiffel Software Inc.'s Eiffel for .NET is now available as part of ESI's EiffelStudioâ„¢ . Eiffel for .NET combines the power of two object technology variants: Eiffel (includin...
  • Tips and Tricks from the Doc Detective