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Manipulate XML File Data Using C#

Learn how to display, add, edit, and delete data from a single XML file by using C# console applications. With a little effort, you can implement these techniques in Windows-based applications.

ASP.NET 2.0 Moves User Authentication One Step Forward

ASP.NET 2.0 provides new classes, methods, and controls that make implementing authentication easy. Learn how to apply the authentication functionalities of the Membership class and its methods into ASP.NET applications.

Longhorn Coming Attractions - Part 2

Explore some interesting features in the Longhorn operating system and learn some of the facts that you have to know when working with the current build.

Longhorn Coming Attractions - Part 1

Get a sneak peek at some of the cool and interesting features in the latest Longhorn build from Microsoft.

Two Quick Ways to Perform ASP.NET Authentication

By applying ASP.NET programming logic, you can store user data in either XML files or a Web configuration file and then validate users by using those files. Learn how to apply both of these simple methods of authentication.

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