.NET

Web Services

  What are Windows services? Windows services, previously known as NT services, are applications that are installed on the system as system services. In other words, Windows services are applications that run in the background with the Windows operating system. The primary use of Windows services is to reduce the …

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XML

  What is Extensible Markup Language (XML). XML is a simple and flexible markup language in the text format. Nowadays, it is widely used to exchange a large variety of data over the Internet. XML consists of data as text in well-defined customized layouts by using self-defining tags. These user-defined …

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Language-Integrated Query (LINQ)

What is Language Integrated Query (LINQ)? LINQ is a programming model that is the composition of general-purpose standard query operators that allow you to work with data, regardless of the data source in any .NET based programming language. It is the name given to a set of technologies based on …

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Windows Controls

How can we auto size a button to fit its text? The Button control has the AutoSize property, which can be set to true or false. If we set the value of the AutoSize property to true, then the button control automatically alters its size according to the content displayed …

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.NET Programming Concepts

Define variable and constant. A variable can be defined as a meaningful name that is given to a data storage location in the computer memory that contains a value. Every variable associated with a data type determines what type of value can be stored in the variable, for example an …

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Cloud Computing

  What is cloud computing? The cloud computing is the computing which is completely based on the Internet. It can also be defined as the next stage in the evolution of the Internet. The cloud computing uses the cloud (Internet) that provides the way to deliver the services whenever and …

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Application Deployment

What is deployment? Deployment refers to the distribution of an application among various end-users. It is a process that makes software available for use by just installing it on the client computer. List different ways of deployment that are supported by .NET Framework 4.0. Windows Installer ClickOnce XCOPY Copy Web …

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Windows Workflow Foundation

What is Windows Workflow Foundation (WF)? Windows Workflow Foundation (WF) is a technology that was first introduced in .NET Framework 3.0. WF consists of a programming model, a workflow runtime engine, workflow designer, a rules engine, and tools to quickly build workflow-based applications on Windows. WF facilitates the separation between …

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ASP.NET

What is ASP? Active Server Pages (ASP), also known as Classic ASP, is a Microsoft’s server-side technology, which helps in creating dynamic and user-friendly Web pages. It uses different scripting languages to create dynamic Web pages, which can be run on any type of browser. The Web pages are built …

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Dynamic Programming

What is Dynamic Language Runtime (DLR)? DLR is a runtime environment that allows you to integrate dynamic languages with the Common Language Runtime (CLR) by adding a set of services, such as expression trees, call site caching, and dynamic object interoperability to the CLR. The System.Dynamic and System.Runtime.CompilerServices namespaces are …

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