- Flow control statements, such as loops and if-else conditions
Article marketing means that you will write articles about your field of interest and distribute them for publication on other websites, blogs, and ezines with a link back to your site. Each time your article is published on a website you get a one-way link to your site.
By publishing articles in your own online store, you not only get better indexed by search engines, but what's more important provide useful information to your customers who may be seeking for it.
In this article by Vadym Gurevych, we will see how to use the articles for the purpose of marketing and improve the sales.
Read Article Marketing on CMS, Blogs, and Online Magazines to Improve Sales in full
In this article by Jeff Cochran, we will be discussing about how to add security and membership to a Content Management system. we will divide this article in two parts. In this first part, we will cover configuring and using forms authentication, along with how to create the membership database and the login page.Read ASP.NET 3.5 CMS: Adding Security and Membership (Part 1) in full
In this two-part article by Jeff Cochran, we will be discussing about how to add security and membership to a Content Management system. In the first part we saw how to create Forms authentication and how to use it, along with how to create home page, Master Page, and login page. In this part of the article will focus on adding Forms authentication to our CMS, along with creating user accounts and how to assign membership roles.Read ASP.NET 3.5 CMS: Adding Security and Membership (Part 2) in full
In this article by Curt Christianson, we will discuss a number of visual aspects of a site design. Many of these topics are not specific to a CMS, but are great concepts to remember for any site you may be designing.
In this article, you will learn about implementing and using:
- Master Pages
- Menus and navigation
This article by Atul Gupta, Sudhanshu Hate and Andrew Siemer, authors of ASP.NET 4 Social Networking, helps you create a messaging system that will resemble a webbased email application similar to Hotmail or Gmail. We will also learn how to implement the Xinha WYSIWYG editor in a way that can be re-used easily across the site for complex inputs.
Once a user can create and send messages, we will then create a way for other users to receive and read those messages queued up in their inbox. Once we have this messaging subsystem in place we can hook up our other features in a way that they too can send messages—such as when a user accepts a friend request we can show the acceptance of that request in the friend's Inbox. This article will not only allow our users to send messages to each other but also provide our system with a way to communicate with our user base efficiently. This is not only a good feature to have in your community site but also a basic requirement for it.Read ASP.NET 4 Social Networking: Implementing a Complete Messaging System in full
Validation is the key to any application that accepts input of any kind, but where should it be implemented—on the client where it is most responsive, in the business logic where it is most central, or in the data layer where it is most secure? ASP.NET MVC provides a simple yet powerful framework for defining validation from a central location that is decoupled from the data layer; validation that makes use of client scripting without being dependent on it; and with all this, keeping the validation DRY.
In this article by Andrew Siemer and Richard Kimber, authors of ASP.NET MVC 2 Cookbook, we will cover:
- Basic input validation
- Data annotations
- Client-side validation with jQuery
- Custom validators
- Remote validation with jQuery
These days, Model View Controller (MVC) is a buzzword in the ASP.NET community, thanks to the upcoming ASP.NET MVC Framework that Microsoft is expected to launch soon. The Framework allows easier adoption of the different MVC patterns in our web applications.In this article by Vivek Thakur, we discuss ASP.NET MVC Framework in detail with the help of a Sample Project. We also take a glance at Unit Testing with reference to ASP.NET MVC Framework.
The ASP.NET MVC framework was released by Microsoft as an alternative approach to webforms when creating ASP.NET based web applications. The ASP.NET MVC framework is not a replacement or upgrade of webforms, but merely another way of programming your web applications so that we can get the benefits of an MVC design with much less effort.Read ASP.NET MVC Framework in full
If the server is not running out of memory, CPU capacity, or threads and requests are still taking long to complete, chances are that the server has to wait too long for off-box resources, such as the database.
In this article by Matt Perdeck, author of ASP.NET Site Performance Secret, we'll cover the following topics:
- How to measure the wait times for each off-box resource using custom counters
- Waiting concurrently instead of sequentially
- Improving session state performance
- Reducing thread-locking delays
Read ASP.NET Site Performance: Reducing Long Wait Times in full
SQL Server is a very large subject in itself. Rather than attempting to cover all aspects of SQL Server database access, this article focuses on those areas where you are likely to gain the biggest payoffs.
In this article by Matt Perdeck, author of ASP.NET Site Performance Secret, we will take a look at the following:
- Execution plan reuse
In this article by Andrew Siemer, we will talk about the concept of Blogging and how it could be applied to our community site Fisharoo. With search engines, users, and security in mind, Andrew invests a part of this article to address an issue that plagues many dynamic websites—query string data being used to determine page output.
The article starts with the discussion of Problem, that is, what we need to do to achieve success for the article's topic-Blogs so to speak. Then it moves on to Design where we decide on and write down the physical requirements for our feature. And finally comes the Solution part where we discuss how to implement all the requirements for each feature.Read ASP.NET Social Networks—Blogs in Fisharoo in full
In this article by Andrew Siemer, we will cover the most important aspect of any community site—making friends. We will divide this article in two parts. This part starts with the discussion of Problem, that is, what we need to do to achieve success for the article's topic—finding and inviting friends to your network on a community site. It then moves to Design part where we decide on our requirements, and finally the article reaches Solution part where we begin discussing how to actually implement the features.Read ASP.NET Social Networks—Making Friends (Part 1) in full
In the first part of this article we concentrated on two aspects Problem and Design. We started with the Problem, that is, defining what we need to implement the Friends concept, finding and inviting friends to join our network and developing an alert system. We then moved to Design wherein we actually finalized the requirements. And finally we began with the Solution, that is, actually implementing the features. In this part of the article by Andrew Siemer, we will continue with the solution part.Read ASP.NET Social Networks—Making Friends (Part 2) in full
With Microsoft's contribution of Templates, DataLink, and Globalization plugins to the jQuery library and the distribution of jQuery with Visual Studio 2010 onwards, the library has gained popularity with ASP.NET developers. jQuery can be very easily interfaced with ASP.NET controls as well as custom user controls. It can be used to validate controls using client side scripts, thus giving us an alternative for server side Validation Controls. It can be used to incorporate cool animation effects as well as to create graphic-rich pages.
In this article by Sonal Aneel Allana, author of ASP.NET jQuery Cookbook, we will cover:
- Creating an accordion control
- Creating a tab control
- Creating draggable controls
- Creating dialog boxes
Various jQuery plugins are available to add interactive features to ASP.NET web applications. A popular plugin is the jQuery UI, built on top of the jQuery library, and consisting of handy functionalities for creating rich content in web applications.
In this article by Sonal Aneel Allana, author of ASP.NET jQuery Cookbook, we will cover:
- Using the datepicker control
- Using the progress bar control
- Using the slider control
- Adding tooltips to controls
In this article, we create many visually rich activities combining text and pictures.
In this article by Vanesa S. Olsen, author of Moodle 1.9 for Teaching Special Education Children (5-10): Beginner's Guide we will learn:
- Learn how to combine images with sounds to represent real-life situations
- Create activities to write sentences according to visual and sound resources
- Improve simple writing and composing skills