Learn about the new database development features in Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.
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Providing a drop down list in your ASP.NET Web applications help users avoid wasting time with bad data and it's a kinder, gentler thing to do.
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.
Learn about a web service method to back up a database from a mobile device using the SQL Backup command and asynchronous method calls.
Learn how to build a Windows Forms interface that allows you to work with your images database.
Implement the likes of paging and sorting into your DataGrids, but first, start off with the most gruesome of tasks: adding an editable drop-down box to your DataGrid!
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