This is the second part of two-part article by Vivek Thakur on N-Layer Architecture with ASP.NET 3.5. In the first part we saw the need for a 3-layered solution and examined ER-diagrams, domain models and UML. In this part we will we will explore a 1-tier 3-layer Architecture using a Domain Model and Object Data Source Controls.Read ER Diagrams, Domain Model, and N-Layer Architecture with ASP.NET 3.5 (part2) in full
In this article by Munwar Sharrif, you will learn about the basic features of creating, editing, and managing content in Alfresco by using Alfresco Explorer. With Alfresco, you can manage any type of document, such as HTML, text, XML, Microsoft Office documents, Adobe PDF, Flash, scanned images, multimedia, and video files. You will also understand the concepts of creating and using categories and smart spaces. By the end of this article, you will have also learned how to create spaces and load them with documents.Read Implementing Document Management in Alfresco 3- part1 in full
In this two-part article by Vivek Thakur, we will learn about ER Diagrams, Domain Model, and N-Layer Architecture with ASP.NET 3.5. The 1-tier 1-layer architecture is the default style in ASP.NET and Visual Studio 2005/2008. To overcome the limitations of this style, we can further break the application code into n-layers, where the number "n" actually depends on the project requirements.
In this article we will:
- Learn the 2-layer style
- Understand ER diagrams
- Understand what a domain model is, and what UML relationships are
- Learn the 3-layer style
- Learn about object data source controls
In the previous part of the article by Sami Salkosuo, we mainly focused on creating a dynamic user interface. In this part, we will implement Tables, List, and Field Completion.Read DWR Java AJAX User Interface: Basic Elements (Part 2) in full
In this two-part article by Sami Salkosuo, we will develop samples based on DWR, which show how to dynamically change the common user interface elements such as tables and lists as well as field completion. The section on dynamic user interfaces shows how to get started with a DWR application, and it presents a user interface skeleton that will be used to hold the tables and lists sample, and the field completion (aka. autosuggest/autocomplete) sample.
The following are the sections in this article:
- Creating a Dynamic User Interface—starts with creating a web project and a basis for samples mentioned in this article
- Implementing Tables and Lists—shows us how to use DWR with them
- Implementing Field Completion—has a sample for typical field completion