Adding some bizarre punctuation marks to the tags in your ASPX file gives you an easy way to move data out of custom properties and into your page.
Create a virtual page handler that lets you deliver data directly from your database to your Web users. The handler also lets you move your app into the world of REST Web Services.
Creating your own HTTP handler in ASP.NET 1.1 or 2.0 gives you a flexible and fast way to move data to clients, browsers, and other Web pages.
It's not enough to build a great custom control to help your end users -- you must also help other developers use your control.
Learn how to integrate ASP.NET's built-in security tools with the features of your existing site.
ASP.NET 2.0 provides a robust set of functionality for implementing rich and flexible forms authentication in your applications.
Microsoft's Atlas toolkit for building Ajax-enabled applications allows you to create more interactive and more scalable application than conventional Web tools-and even outperforms .NET smart client applications.
Take advantage of these performance tips, and make your ASP.NET applications fly whether you use version 1.1 or 2.0.
Databinding in ASP.NET 2.0 is a different beast from its original implementation in ASP.NET -- there are more databinding controls and a radically different approach that gets more done with less code.
ASP.NET 2.0 lets you build a data-bound custom control that ensures your data is always displayed consistently.
Take advantage of the Windows Management Interface to correctly gauge your application's performance requirements.
- By Derek Harmon
Take advantage of a new tool for integrating client-side activities with server-side resources in ASP.NET 2.0 by exploiting the ability to have client-side code call server-side routines.
Users know their needs and preferences better than anyone. Give them the power to create the site they want to use with ASP.NET's Web Parts.
Take advantage of ASP.NET 2.0's new Wizard control to build wizard-based UIs with less code and a better experience for your users.
- By Thiru Thangarathinam
Export the content of your ASP.NET pages to standard Office document types to avoid having to create separate reports.
- By Brian Eshelman