Anonymous types (or projections) are a new feature that permits you to define strong types on the fly without writing the nominal—full class—definition. Learn how to implement Anonymous types in VB9.
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Extension Methods permit programmers to add behavior to a class without creating a wrapper. Here, you will learn how to implement Extension Methods in Visual Basic and .NET.
You've learned how to render graphics with GDI+ and ASP.NET. Take the next step and learn how to dynamically update images with AJAX.
Tired of checking database entries for null values? This month, Paul illustrates how you can use Nullable types to make fields and properties accept nulls.
SAP integration with Windows is possible and basic operations aren't too difficult but can be challenging. Here you will find an opener for VB.NET programmers who might be working on an SAP implementation and integration with non-SAP systems.
Web forms do not have a canvas, so you can't ask a Web form for its Graphics object. But, you can simulate this behavior by rendering graphics in ASP.NET—with some help from GDI+.