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Tip: File Download in ASP.NET and Tracking the Status of Success or Failure of Download

While working on a e-commerce project I had a requirement to implement such a functionality where the success/failure of the download can be tracked. After searching for the solution I found that there is no such article related to similar problem. Then I came up with this solution after reading an article on transferring file in small packets. I hope this solution will help others struggling with similar problem.

Optional and Named Parameters in C# Programming

In this installment we'll explore optional and named parameters in C# programming. This is an option that has long been around within the Visual Basic language, but is newly introduced in to the C# language in the .NET Framework version 4.0.

Free Microsoft Azure SQL Tools for Cloud Application Development

Microsoft and other third party vendors have developed a few free SQL Azure development tools for integration of your SQL Azure Database with a local on premises database. Tapas Pal looks at some of these Azure development tools and discusses how the Azure developer can use them in their day-to-day development activity.

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Accessing Twitter with C#

Accessing Twitter with C#

Explore the basics of accessing a Twitter account and look at the ways we can search and interact with the data available to you.

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  • Today's agile organizations pose operations teams with a tremendous challenge: to deploy new releases to production immediately after development and testing is completed. To ensure that applications are deployed successfully, an automatic and transparent process is required. We refer to this process as Zero Touch Deployment™. This white paper reviews two approaches to Zero Touch Deployment--a script-based solution and a release automation platform. The article discusses how each can solve the key …

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