December 9, 2004

Drag Once DataBinding with Custom Controls

n this article, I’ll explain how the Data Sources Window in Visual Studio 2005 will enable you to extend the list of controls supported for Drag Once Databinding. I’ll show you how to create a PhoneBox control and an AddressBlock UserControl. In the September/October 2004 issue of CoDe, I discussed

Give Your Mobile Workforce Offline Muscle with the MIDP Record Management System

distinguishing factor of J2ME over browser-based approaches is the ability to store data on the device. This allows networked applications to be useful even in the absence of a network connection because data can be stored locally on the device for off-line browsing. Additionally, a user can modify data while

Simplify Java Object Persistence with Hibernate

toring and retrieving information for most applications usually involves some form of interaction with a relational database. This has presented a fundamental problem for developers for quite some time since the design of relational data and object-oriented instances share very different relationship structures within their respective environments. Relational databases are

Sybase’s DataWindow .NET: Way Beyond the .NET DataGrid

ybase’s DataWindow .NET provides a powerful tool for creating data driven applications with capabilities far beyond the native DataGrid. With it, you can develop flexible, high performance, visually appealing applications with very little coding. The native DataWindow properties, events and methods simplify development. This article and the downloadable code show