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2012 Dev Pro Community Choice Awards
The Dev Pro Community Choice Awards recognize your favorite products on the market. Hundreds of readers nominated and voted in our contest. Here are the results!
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2011 Community Choice Awards
What were DevProConnections readers' favorite developer products of 2011? The surveys are closed, the votes have been counted, and the winners are now unveiled!
How to embed and easily access resources inside of your assemblies
Files of almost any type or size may be embedded into your compiled assemblies. The files are stored within the assembly in the same structure as they are in the file system in your project. The Assem
Make the Transition from Traditional Visual Basic Error Handling to the Object-Oriented Model in .NET
If you're used to Visual Basic 6.0 and you're making the transition to Microsoft .NET, you will find that error handling is quite different from what you've used for years. Visual Basic .NET uses a mo
An Extensive Examination of the DataGrid Web Control
The ASP.NET DataGrid Web control, which displays database information in an HTML table, is highly versitile. In its simplest form the DataGrid displays a bare-bones HTML table, but it can be enhanced
Send Mail the .NET Way - 15 Nov 2002
It seems every Web application needs to send e-mail sooner or later. Whether your site is sending a confirmation e-mail or the dreaded spam (not that you would do that, of course), sending e-mail is a
What's the Difference Between DropDownList, ListBox, and ComboBox Controls in ASP.NET?
What's the difference between DropDownList, ListBox, and ComboBox controls in ASP.NET? All three of these are ways to present data to the user so they can select it, although ComboBox isn't avail
Could Not Establish Trust Relationship with Remote Server.
Suppose you're building web services and you want to secure them using SSL. If you're using MS Certificate Server you could create your own certificate or request a trial certificate from one of the C
Windows 8 Tips
You’ve been told that Microsoft has somehow compromised the beloved desktop environment and ruined it with Metro...
HTML5 Jump Start
This is an exciting time to be a web developer! Whether you are building public-facing website applications or creating internal sites for your company...
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