C# Corner 3.0 Launched

I’ve received an email from the C# corner website, announcing:

A long awaited C# Corner 3.0 is live now. This version of C# Corner is rewritten and redesigned using ASP.NET 2.0, C# 2.0, and Visual Studio 2005. Not only we have improved the performance and appearance, we have also added many new feautures to the site. And guess what? Blogs are live now.

 Some interesting articles, recently submitted:

Extending ASPX Panel Control to produce Rounded Corners by Mike Clark. Mar 05, 2007.

This article shows how to create a custom control which encapsulates scripts. Also shows how to add method attributes to interact with VS Designer and ToolBox as well as providing intellisense dropdowns.

Extending ASP.NET 2.0 Menu Control To Have Tabs With Rounded Corners by Mike Clark. Feb 26, 2007.

The ASP.NET Menu Control normally produces tabs which have rectangular edges. The techniques presented extend the control to create tabs with rounded corners.

WPF Application for Importing ESRI Shapefiles by nschan . Feb 26, 2007.

A standalone application for reading ESRI shapefiles and displaying them on a WPF Canvas.

Put ASP.NET AJAX Timer and UpdatePanel with RssToolKit all in action by Muhammad Mosa. Feb 22, 2007.

This is simple article to show how ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Timer Control can be used in conjunction with UpdatePanel Control and RssToolKit to achieve real usage scenario. It also shows how to maintain ViewState across page postbacks.

Using a Web User Control inside the GridView control by Michael Livshitz. Feb 21, 2007.

In this article I will share how a Web User Control can be used in the GridView control. The examples are written using C# .

Getting Started with AJAX 1.0 by Mahesh Chand. Feb 09, 2007.

After fruition of this article, you will have a better understanding of AJAX 1.0 extensions and will learn how to build AJAX enabled Web applications using ASP.NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005.

Access Sharepoint Portal Server using Web Services in .NET by Mahesh Chand. Feb 05, 2007.

This article discusses how we can leverage Sharepoint Portal Web Services to work with WSS in Microsoft .NET. The sample code used in this article shows how to access Lists Web Service to get the available lists in WSS. The sample code also shows how to add and update list items.

Passing Data Between Forms Without Events and Delegates by Scott Lysle. Jan 31, 2007.

This article describes a simplified approach to allowing communication between forms without the use of events and delegates.

Integrated Security with Web Application  by Shrikant Utekar. Jan 30, 2007.

This article will give you an idea about how Integrated Security works with Web Application using Active Directories.

Message Queuing using C# 2005 by Rajkumar Krishnan. Jan 29, 2007.

Message Queuing is a message infrastructure and a development platform for creating distributed messaging applications for the Microsoft Windows Operating System.

Image Processor by Mihai Popescu. Jan 25, 2007.

This article shows a light-weight image processor.

An Easy Way to Embed Word in a Web Page by Scott Lysle. Jan 24, 2007.

This article describes an approach to displaying word documents within a web page using a simple custom server control.

Interoperability between WCF and Oracle Application Server : Part I by John Charles Olamendy. Jan 24, 2007.

This article is part of series intended to show how to use Web Services related technologies to interoperate applications running in different platforms, in this case, the most common scenario between Microsoft.NET and Oracle AS platforms.

Embed PDFs into a Web Page with a Custom Control by Scott Lysle. Jan 23, 2007.

This article describes an approach to embedding and displaying PDF documents in a web page through the use of a simple ASP.NET 2.0 custom server control.

Snap it! – How to take a screen shot using .NET by Thiagarajan Alagarsamy. Jan 23, 2007.

This article explains how to create a snapshot tool in .NET and Windows Forms.

Embedding and Playing WAV Audio Files in a Win Forms Application by Scott Lysle. Jan 18, 2007.

This article describes an approach to embedding WAV audio files into an application and playing them through the use of the System.Media class library.

The difference between the two GOF patterns “Strategy” and “State” by Matthew Cochran. Jan 18, 2007.

The GOF Strategy and State patterns are remarkably similiar and it is really only a minor implementation detail that distinguishes the two.

The GOF “Chain of Responsibility” Design Pattern by Matthew Cochran. Jan 18, 2007.

The Chain of Responsibility pattern is used to pass responsibility for handling a call to another class. This article gives a basic overview of the pattern.

Simple FTP demo application using C#.Net 2.0 by Mohammed Habeeb. Jan 18, 2007.

An article to demonstrate common FTP functionalities using C#.Net 2.0

Introduction of ASP.NET AJAX Toolkit – CollapsiblePanel by James Wu. Jan 17, 2007.

The ASP.NET AJAX Toolkit is a new and powerful control in ASP.NET 2.0. It is designed for you to develop web applications that are more responsive, faster, and put fewer loads on the network, and in particular took .NET-based Ajax framework. This article will use one of ASP.NET AJAX Toolkit’s controls – CollapsiblePanel to demonstrate the benefit by using it.

Periodic Reminder App for the Windows Taskbar by Mike Gold. Jan 17, 2007.

This article features an application that allows you to set up a periodic reminder in your windows task bar. The application will show a balloon message periodically and optionally will produce a reminder beep.

C# ASP.NET Server Control: Rollover Image Button by Matthew Cochran. Jan 16, 2007.

This article demonstrates how to extend the ImageButton ASP.NET server control to provide rollover functionality.

ASP.NET 2.0 Visio Custom Control by Scott Lysle. Jan 15, 2007.

This article describes a quick and simple approach to creating a custom web control used to display Microsoft Visio files within an ASP.NET page using Internet Explorer.

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