Thursday, March 25, 2010

Introducing 4.0 with Visual Studio 2010

Introducing .NET 4.0 with Visual Studio 2010 -

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Beginning ASP.NET E-Commerce in C#: From Novice to Professional

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Paperback: 736 pages
Publisher: Apress; 1 edition (March 23, 2009)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1430210745
ISBN-13: 978-1430210740
Format: PDF

Description: With the latest incarnations of ASP.NET 3.5 and SQL Server 2008, programming dynamic data–driven web sites with Microsoft technologies has become easier and much more efficient than ever before. Fewer mouse clicks and fewer lines of code can now enable more powerful features and the tools you need—Visual Web Developer and SQL Server 2008 Express Edition—are free. In Beginning ASP.NET E-Commerce in C#: From Novice to Professional, you’ll learn how to best use the free development tools offered by Microsoft to build an online product catalog. You will gain an intimate understanding of every piece of code you write. This understanding will enable you to build your own powerful and flexible web sites efficiently and rapidly with ASP.NET 3.5.

Build a complete site, including a shopping cart, checkout, product searching, product recommendations, control panel, customer accounts, order processing, and much, much more.
Explore new challenges and theoretical concepts, which are carefully analyzed and explained throughout the book, with each feature you add to the web site.
Learn to handle payments by integrating PayPal and DataCash into your site.

What you’ll learn
Use Microsoft’s Express products to build an online product catalog.
Add payment processing with PayPal and DataCash.
Expand your site’s product listing through web services.
Implement an order pipeline.
Take advantage of SEO techniques to publicize your site.

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

SQL Tutorial Pocket Reference.

This SQL tutorial will taught you the standard computer language for accessing and manipulating database systems using SQL Server.

You will learn how to execute queries, retrieve data, insert new records, delete records and update records in a database with SQL.

You will learn how to create databases, tables, and indexes with SQL, and how to drop them.

You have learned the most important aggregate functions in SQL.

You now know that SQL is the standard language that works with all the well-known database systems like MS SQL Server, IBM DB2, Oracle, MySQL, and MS Access.

Saturday, February 28, 2009

SharePoint Developer Handbok Ebook

Thanks to Microsoft, just about every book on SharePoint 2007 starts out with a note defining the term. That’s because SharePoint can refer to two distinct but closely related products. The first, Windows SharePoint Services (or WSS) is a part of the Windows 2003 operating system (although it must be downloaded and installed separately). WSS, which is free of charge, provides all the core services that you expect, such as security, list management, and web-part support. It’s possible to build very sophisticated solutions just using WSS. The second product is Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS), which builds on top of WSS, is not free, and provides such features as the Business Data Catalog (BDC), Records Management, Enterprise Search, and much more. MOSS takes WSS to new levels in terms of supporting enterprise use of the Office components. Most of the recipes in this book will work equally well in either environment. I will note where a recipe is applicable to only one of the two, or where some changes need to be made depending on the environment.

Sharepoint Designer reference ebook

This book is ideal for people new to SharePoint Designer who need to put together a working SharePoint site as quickly as possible. If you who want to get started, and finished, as quickly as possible, this book is for you.

What is .NET?

To keep it short .NET is a new and innovative architecture that has a wide variety of uses. It makes mobile devices, connectivity and information a lot more accessible and easy to handle.

It's a programming infrastructure for the net and a whole new user experience.

.NET is aimed at making your data simultaneously available on your PC and on all your wireless devices like PDAs and cell phones. It promises to bring together the functionality of various software applications like Word and Excel through the magic of XML. It introduced new concepts and new terminologies.

Web Services, another part of the .NET architecture, allows software to be put on the web and immediately become accessible to other software that need similar services. Word and Excel for example, would become Web services, and everyone connected to Web Service can use them. It comes with the promise of allowing functionality of different applications from within each other (like using a spreadsheet within Word) without opening up a new application.

To name a few famous DotNet based websites are , , ,, , and