In this follow-up article to learning how to use the XmlTextReader to enumerate the nodes of an XML file, Tom Archer illustrates how to skip non-content and whitespace nodes and how to locate and read attribute values.
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Think .NET code snippets are just about dragging and dropping some reusable code into the toolbox? Guess again. Code snippets in Visual Studio 2005 are far more useful. Find out why overlooking them would be a mistake.
Learn how to use the .NET XmlTextReader class to sequentially read through and parse the nodes of an XML document/file.
Take a foray into ADO.NET to see what's in store for the next release. You'll find some very handy additions and enhancements.
The Visual C++ 2005 IDE team made two painful cuts in Beta 2 related to the Class Designer and IDE Click Once support. Read up on these significant changes and find out how C++/CLI programmers can still take advantage of ClickOnce to deploy their applications.
MSBuild is one of the major new features in Visual Studio .NET 2005. Discover the motivation for MSBuild, how it works, and how Visual C++ developers can get their hands on it.
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Learn more about a few commonly used components and explore their utility and usages.
Master using the EF core with a version available that is specifically designed for use with the .NET Core.
Explore how to create an app that can set up task schedules automatically as well as investigate the current schedules of apps.