Browser Helper Objects (BHOs) are COM components that communicate with Internet Explorer to enrich the browsing experience. Michele Leroux Bustamante returns to the world of COM to show you how to build a managed BHO with the help of the .NET Framework's COM interoperability features.
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The first article in this two-part series provides a basic understanding of the theoretical principles of database design and describes some key elements and rules of creating relational databases.
This article covers some of the essentials of building reusable Web controls. Learn how to create a Web control and its custom events and event arguments, as well as how to use the control properly within a page.
Delegates are commonly defined as Type Safe Pointers. In this article, Ramesh Balaji explains Delegates, and shows how they work in the CLR environment.
In this article, Marco Nanni examines an example of multiple binary file uploading for Web applications using XML, without the typical limitations of traditional file upload processing.