Many organizations are not fully realizing the power of content types when using SharePoint. Here you will learn how to leverage content types and use them properly through examples.
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Learn about FreeDOM (Free Document Object Model), a web development technique used to create event-driven web applications. FreeDOM is designed to overcome the limitations of stateless HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) transmissions.
Learn about common FTP functionalities using C#.NET 2.0.
Indexing Server, SQL Server, Windows SharePoint Services, SharePoint Portal Server, Exchange Server, and Windows Desktop Search provide full-text search capabilities. Each utilizes so-called IFilter components to index the content and then allows clients to search the index. Learn how IFilter components are utilized and how full-text searching works in each of those products.
ASP.NET 2.0 provides excellent site-navigation features for storing and displaying site-navigation data in your Web applications. Learn how to leverage them in your Web development.
The process of building professional desktop applications includes many hidden tasks, such as the persistence of the window state and appearance. This will introduce additional accessibility for such applications. Learn a simple approach to do so.
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Make a RESTful call from a UWP app to the Azure management API, the same API the portal uses, to start and stop an app service.
Studying this article will help you fully understand Visual Basic and .NET data types.