Chip Irek examines the architectural issues and component design issues of building a .NET application in a service-oriented architecture.
Articles Written by Quin Street
With the inclusion of the FileUpload control in ASP.NET 2.0, Microsoft has finally given us a WebControl to handle file uploading. In this article we'll examine the new FileUpload control and show just how easy it is to build an ASP.NET Web Form that accepts user uploads.
Bill Jeffries's article on Excel's Web Query tool demonstrates how to update selected spreadsheet cells instantly over an HTTP connection.
"With the release of ASP.NET 2.0, Microsoft has greatly increased the power of ASP.NET by introducing a suite of new features and functionalities. As part of this release, ASP.NET 2.0 also comes with a host of new special files and folders that are meant to be used to implement a specific functionality. This article examines these new files and folders in detail and provides examples that demonstrate how to utilize them to create ASP.NET 2.0 applications.
This article shows how you can take advantage of the validation features within the Validation Application Block, part of version 3.0 of Enterprise Library, in your ASP.NET applications. Part one examines the Validation Application Block's built-in validators, configuring validation rule sets, and using validation rule sets in ASP.NET.
In the third part of his series on using MySQL with ASP.NET, Ziran Sun provides a C# version of his ASP.NET 1.x sample query page, explains how to connect to MySQL using ASP.NET 2.0's new fully declarative data binding model, and provides a solution to those pesky namespace not found errors.