December 16, 2004

Data Access with Microsoft Application Blocks

icrosoft recently launched the Microsoft Patterns and Practices section of their Web site, offering several complete architectural and design application blocks, complete with source code, that you can use in your .NET applications. When Microsoft introduced .NET, they introduced a new data access architecture called ADO.NET. This new data access

A La Carte: Make Highly Customized Menus with Ease in ASP.NET 2.0

avigational menus are an obvious requirement for many Web applications, used in nearly every multi-page site, from family sites to multinational e-commerce systems. Until now, developers have relied on third party components or custom code to create and activate browser-based navigational menus; however, maintaining menus manually becomes increasingly difficult as