Does your C# ASP.NET application scream or does it trip along? In the newest installment from industry leader, Jeff Prosise, you learn to use the application cache to make your applications scream.
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Richard Grimes illustrates the classes that .NET provides to use streams, starting with basic stream access, encoding and stream readers and writers, serializing objects to streams and finally how to programmatically create a stream.
This article describes how to take an XML schema and generate a set of wrapper classes from it that allow you to manipulate an XML document via simple strongly typed objects, thus removing the need for developers to get bogged down in the complexities of schemas or deal with the nuts and bolts of MSXML.
Get a head start on writing XML parsers in C#.
Accessing databases is a common part of most applications and with the introduction of C# and ADO.NET, has become quite simple. This article will demonstrate the four most basic database operations.
Calling an unmanaged DLL from C#.
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