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Looking Inside Web.Config configuration file in ASP.NET 3.5

Looking Inside Web.Config configuration file in ASP.NET 3.5 What is web.config file? It is the main settings and configuration file for an ASP.NET web application. The file is an XML document that defines configuration information regarding the web application. The web.config file contains information that control module loading, security configuration, session configuration, and application language … Continue reading

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Looking inside global.asax application file in ASP.NET 3.5

What is Global.asax file: global.asax allows us to write event handlers that react to global events in web application. How it gets called: Global.asax files are never called directly by user, rather they are called automatically in response of any application event. Point to remember about global.asax: 1)    They do not contain any HTML or … Continue reading

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Looking deep inside PostBack and ViewState in ASP.NET 3.5

Introduction: ASP.NET helps in rapid development of web forms in similar way our window counterpart writes code to develop window application for desktop. Development is rapid in window application because of many reason, i.e. there is no page life cycle etc. Major Difference between Window Application and ASP.NET 1)    Web applications are executed on server, … Continue reading

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Working with Input Validation Controls in ASP.NET 3.5

Working with Input Validation Controls in ASP.NET 3.5 Introduction: A common usage of web pages is collect information from user, and store it in a  back end database, what is important and common is to validate the user input data before server can process on it. Although this validation can happen at server side, but … Continue reading

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6 Reasons to become an ASP.NET Programmer.

6 Reasons to become an ASP.NET Programmer. #1: ASP.NET is compiled and not interpreted. ASP.NET applications are always compiled and we cannot execute C# code without it being compiled first. There are 2 stages of compilation: 1) C# code which we write is compiled into intermediate language called Microsoft language MSIL. This is reason that … Continue reading

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Understanding C# Constructors and its types

Understanding C# Constructors and its type What are constructors: Constructor is a special kind of method which have name same as that of class they belong and gets executed when its (class) object is created. In other words a constructor is a class default method that gets automatically executed whenever class’s object is created or … Continue reading

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Understanding Static & Dynamic Polymorphism with Examples.

Understanding Static & Dynamic Polymorphism with Examples. What is polymorphism? Poly means many. So how can we take this definition in .NET context. Well we can apply this to class’s ability to share the same methods (actions) but implement them differently. Suppose we have a method in a class to add numbers, public class calculation … Continue reading

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