One of my friends recently asked me how to do an AutoComplete feature. I thought it was easy and there are already a lot of examples online. But I wish to provide him with a working solution instead of providing links. And in this article, I will explain the steps that I used to build that solution.
In programming development, it is very common that a piece of code could be developed, customized, re-used and deployed in many similar areas, so that we can optimize the development and configuration time needed.
How many times have you tried using Office InterOp to manage various custom properties? If you have ever tried it then you will see the article image very appropriate. After spending hours trying to solve a question I finally gave up on Office InterOp and took an easier way out - OpenXML SDK.
An ASP.NET Web Form User Control is not newly introduced in ASP.NET. In fact, it was an old technology yet still playing a role to generate web content, especially when we want to use it to have a better and easy way to control part of the web content that is being generated.
There is a wide range of advantages associated with the use of ASP.NET. This is why this programming framework is used to create excellent enterprise-class websites, technologies, and web applications.
It was really hard time for me to get the understanding of Delegates in C#. I went through many websites and articles but I found them very clumsy. After going through those sites, I noted down the points in a easy way so here I am sharing that understanding with Experts-Exchange users.
Donut Hole Caching is the inverse of Donut cache. As the previous statement, the Donut Caching is used to cachea maximum portion of the view/page, but Donut Hole Caching is used to cache only small portion of the view/page.
The successor to Active Server Pages, ASP.NET websites utilize the .NET framework to produce dynamic, data and content-driven web applications and services. ASP.NET code can be written using any .NET supported language. As of 2009, ASP.NET can also apply the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern to web applications