July 2005 - Simplify Site Searches with Google

Harness the power of Google through Visual Studio .NET. Plus using ASP.NET 2.0 client callback solution for accessing server-side resources from the client, migrating to SQL Server 2005 Express Edition, communicating between ASP.NET controls, good riddance to browser-based apps and more.


Use Google APIs in .NET

Learn everything you need to start using .NET Web services to access Google Web APIs in your application.

Developer Product Briefs

Let Users Search Your Site Easily

Check out the latest VS.NET add-ins, including a tool for enabling users to search your site more easily; and updated tools for reporting, charting, installation, and more.

Editor's Note

Mobile Apps Go Faster, Smaller, Better

Get in on programming's current sweet spot.

Getting Started

Communicate Between ASP.NET Controls

You can make yourself more productive and simplify your application logic by creating Web Parts that pass data between themselves.

Guest Opinion

Good Riddance to Browser-Based Apps

Smart clients will replace browser-based applications because they offer both a better user experience and a way to write more secure applications.

Letters from Readers

Different Rules for Big Developers

Microsoft's announcement of its upcoming anti-virus and anti-spamware service has this reader questioning the wisdom of selling both the OS and after-market security services.

Practical ASP.NET

Integrate the Client and Server

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.

First Looks

DevPartner SecurityChecker: Secure ASP.NET Sites

Compuware's DevPartner SecurityChecker scrutinizes your ASP.NET 1.1 applications. Plus a first look at C-Sharpener For VB.

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