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WPF Master Pages
One of the really great enhancements in ASP.NET was the introduction of master pages
. They help developers to create a consistent layout for the pages
in an application. Unfortunatly there is no such concept in WPF. But there is an easy way to build a control similar to an ASP.NET master page.
Building ASP.NET Web Pages Dynamically in the Code-Behind
The purpose of this article is to introduce you to the idea of building your data-driven web pages
dynamically in the code behind. I will get you started on building a class library of your own to make this technique more efficient. I will show you how to build out pages
dynamically. Finally, I will explain both the benefits and disadvantages..
ASP.NET Web Pages: Introduction to WebMatrix
This new site editor for ASP.NET Web Pages
is different from the usual Microsoft product. See how it simplifies everything from site creation to data access to deployment and even Search Engine Optimization.
Caching Pages and Application Data in ASP.NET 2.0 with SqlDependency
Overview of the steps necessary to cache Pages
or application data based on the new ASP.NET 2.0 SqlCacheDependency features.
Master/Detail Filtering Across Two Pages
While master/detail reports can display both the master and detail records on a single page, on many Web sites they are separated out across two Web pages
. In this tutorial we looked at how to implement such a master/detail report.
Working with Windows Phone User Interfaces, Part 2
In Part 1 of this article you learned how to work with orientation changes on the Windows Phone and how to create horizontally scrolling pages using Panorama and Pivot pages. In Part 2 you’ll see how to interact with some of the built-in applications on the phone through the use of the Launcher and Chooser applications.
Business Web Page Layout Ideas for HTML5 Applications
In most business applications, you create a common look and feel, data entry pages, and a method for navigating through the application. As you begin to work with HTML5, you will want to build these features and take advantage of the features of HTML5 that can make your applications stand out from the crowd. In this article, you will be presented with several common business Web pages that give you an idea of the power of HTML5 and CSS 3.
Canvas Control Library and New Forms Based System for building Web Pages and Websites
Canvas Control Library provides highly customizable controls using the HTML5 Canvas element. Also includes a New Forms Based system which is a new way to build your web pages
Programming Microsoft Agent in Windows Forms
Microsoft Agent is an unprecedented technology to create innovative, new conversational interfaces for applications and Web pages
. It provides powerful animation capability, interactivity, and versatility, with incredible ease of development. Microsoft Agent is a technology that provides a foundation for more natural ways for people to communicate with their computers. It is a set of software services that enable developers to incorporate interactive animated characters into their applications and Web pages
. These characters can speak, via a Text-to-Speech (TTS) engine or recorded audio, and even accept spoken voice commands. Microsoft Agent empowers developers to extend the user interface beyond the conventional mouse and keyboard interactions prevalent today. Enhancing applications and Web pages
with a visible interactive personality will both broaden and humanize the interaction between users and their computers. There are a limitless number of roles and functions that developers can create for these personalities to perform…
Creating a Multi-Page Windows Forms Control with Design Time Support
Have you ever been faced with the task of displaying multiple pages
on the same Windows Form? Most of us would certainly respond in the affirmative, and most of us have addressed this by using the good-old Tab Control. While tabs are undoubtedly a proven way of handling such cases, there are situations calling for a "less generic" approach. What if we need to make our form a bit more visually appealing and use icons or graphical buttons to flip through pages
? What if we don't want to display tabs at all? Many familiar applications feature such graphical interfaces; however, the .NET framework offers no built-in tools to accomplish this, at least at the time of this writing.