ASP.NET MVC, Sharepoint, Silverlight, Expression Web and .NET Articles in January 2011 and Author of the Month
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Abstract: The first month of the new year 2011 is almost over and here are some articles that we published this month on ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, Sharepoint, Silverlight, Expression Web and other .NET articles.
The first month of the new year 2011 is almost over and here are some articles that we published this month on ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, Sharepoint, Silverlight, Expression Web and other .NET articles.
Our Author of the Month is Mark Kendall for writing in-depth articles on Sharepoint 2010 on DotNetCurry.com. Congratulations Mark! I hope you enjoy the gift.
Here’s an article roundup for the month of January 2011.
Articles on ASP.NET and ASP.NET MVC 3
Using Helper Methods with ASP.NET Web Matrix Beta 3 - The following article demonstrates how to use custom Helpers when you’re using WebMatrix and ASP.NET Web Pages.
ASP.NET MVC 3 Razor Syntax - RenderBody, RenderPage and RenderSection - The following article demonstrates how to use these three method of Razor syntax -RenderBody, RenderPage and RenderSection in ASP.NET MVC 3
Using Functions and Helpers in ASP.NET Web Pages – WebMatrix - The following article demonstrates how to use functions with helpers when you’re using ASP.NET Web Pages
Articles on Sharepoint
Mastering Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2010 - This article demonstrates how to build your own Business Connectivity Services (BCS) SharePoint 2010 components, "connectors"
Mastering Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2010 (Part 2) - In the first article in this series, Mastering Business Connectivity Services in SharePoint 2010 – Part 1 we created a BCS connector using the Visual Studio Template. In this article, we will create a connector to a database using a web service as the interface to the database. The web service will use LINQ to SQL as the Datacontext.
SharePoint – Creating Page Layouts for Custom Content Types - In my previous article Custom Content Types in SharePoint, I demonstrated how we can create custom content types in SharePoint. However we left one piece open where we couldn’t see the data that was entered in the list through the default content type. We had to go to List->Edit Properties to edit/update or view the values. In this article we’ll see how we can define custom page layouts for Custom Content Types in SharePoint
Articles on Silverlight
Prism 4 - Load Modules in Silverlight 4 using Prism - Multiple ways - Module is the most important part of a Prism 4 enabled Silverlight application. It can be registered, loaded in multiple ways, as shown in this article
Loosely Coupled Silverlight 4 applications using Prism 4 and Commanding - In this article, we will how to use DelegateCommand for implementing loosely coupled applications in Silverlight 4 using Prism 4.
Localize a Silverlight 4 Application - In this article, I will demonstrate how to localize a Silverlight 4 application. In simple words, localization is the customization of applications for a given culture or locale.
Articles on Expression Web
Detect External and Internal Links in a Web Page using jQuery – Expression Web - In this article, I will show you how to use jQuery to detect External and Internal Links in a HTML Web Page created using Expression Web.
Expression Web 4 SuperPreview – A closer look - SuperPreview eases the process of debugging any layout issues across different browsers and platforms. Even though it is a stand-alone application, SuperPreview is integrated with Expression Web 4 (and version 3 as well). In this article, we will take a closer look at Expression Web 4 SuperPreview
Other .NET Articles
Call a Method Asynchronously using Delegate BeginInvoke and EndInvoke Pattern - In this article, we will explore multiple ways to call a method asynchronously using Delegates. You can call methods asynchronously in four different ways using the BeginInvoke() and EndInvoke() methods of the Delegate class
Call a Method Asynchronously in .NET using Polling Pattern and Callback Pattern - In my previous article, we explored multiple ways to call a method asynchronously using Delegates. In this article, we will see how to call a method asynchronously using the Delegate Polling pattern and the Callback Pattern.
We hope you enjoyed reading these articles!
This article has been editorially reviewed by Suprotim Agarwal.
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