Learn about several features relevant to developers in Visual Studio 2010 and the .NET Framework 4.0, such as parallel programming, XSLT debugging, new ASP.NET features, and new VB.NET and C# features that include the Chart control, XSD Designer, Lambda Expressions, and optional parameters.
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Discover a few points to keep in mind during and after the creation of your web site, such as form referrer check, URL canonization, and so forth.
Remie Bolte begins his series on developing .NET SMTP and POP3 e-mail components for an outlook express look-alike Web-based e-mail application. This article provides a thorough overview of the SMTP RFC.
This article by Rolando Lopez describes how to build a TCP/IP component in Visual Basic that you can use to connect to another machine and exchange data. He builds the component using Visual Basic and gives some examples of calling the component from ASP. Source code is included.
This article by Jeff Niblack debscribes how to build a component in Visual Basic that executes FTP commands. He demonstrates how to build the component with the WinInet functions provided by Internet Explorer using Visual Basic as a itermenderary between the COM interface and WinInet.
The file system object (FSO) is a wonderful tool that few web developers know about. You can do nearly anything with the FSO, from making databases, to message boards, to content management. The FSO is an essential block in an ASP developer's foundation. We'll discuss the basic operations of the FSO here, along with some examples on creating a guestbook, and some more complex features.
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