August 2006 - Take Advantage of Continuous Integration
Learn how to implement continuous integration using the open source tool, Draco.NET. Plus managing business object lifecycles, creating an HTTP handler in ASP.NET, taking advantage of the new technology in the .NET Framework 3.0, learn the right way to read a data model and more.
Compiling your applications frequently can help you save time, effort, and sleepless nights down the road. Learn how to implement this system using the open source tool, Draco.NET.
Using business objects effectively requires understanding the nuances of their life cycles.
Third-party tools can rock your world; check out a range of offerings here, from report writers, to editors and imaging toolkits. There's something here for everyone.
Readers questions on VSM from VSLive! Orlando.
Data models provide important insights into your company's business. Learn how to read one, as well as some tips for creating strong data models of your own.
A reader agrees with Rockford Lhotka's assertion that software is too darn hard to use, and recommends that Microsoft think about this from the perspective of Visual Basic .NET.
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.