DotNetcr.com
Si deseas hacer un intercambio de links con DotNetcr, escríbenos aquí
Contenido de Recursos Externos
Los recursos mostrados en esta sección han sido registrados por los usuarios de DotNetcr.com, mediante el registro de RSS. El contenido es actualizado una vez al día y DotNetcr.com no se responsabiliza por el contenido de los mismos.

Last Friday I got a chance to visit the Yahoo! campus and meet with the YUI team. I have to say I felt pretty special because these guys usually work remotely on Friday’s and they took the time to come into the office to chat with me. I really appreciated that and I’m glad that [...] Re...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/30/2010 - Autor : Rey Bango » AJAX - Visitas : 913
Understanding the Page Life Cycle in ASP.NET is essential knowledge for developing ASP.NET apps, without a firm understanding of the Page Life Cycle developing apps will be an uphill battle. When a web page is sent to the Web Server for processing, it goes through a sequence of steps before it fina...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/12/2010 - Autor : admin - Visitas : 909
Security is one of the most important concerns in application software development. Building a robust security model is one of the most important factors that drive the success of application software. As far as security in ASP.NET is concerned, three terms come into my mind, i.e., Authentication, ...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/12/2010 - Autor : admin - Visitas : 1081
Azure will definitely be a major topic of interest in 2010 for ASP.NET users. Here is a list of useful resources: Build a ‘Hello Azure’ Application Tutorial Windows Azure Review Deploy an Application on  Azure Migrate an ASP.NET site to  Azure Migrate A SQL Server Database To SQL Azure ...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/8/2010 - Autor : admin - Visitas : 1093
There are two methods to exclude a URL from being handled by Routing – StopRoutingHandler and IgnoreRoute. StopRoutingHandler The below listing shows two routes created manually, the first of which has a StopRoutingHandler which blocks Routing for handling the matching URL: public static voi...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/8/2010 - Autor : admin - Visitas : 949
A wildcard or catch-all parameter in MVC Routing allows for a route to match a URL with an arbitrary number of parameters. This feature is especially useful when building CMSs, blogs, wikis and other content driven applications. Typically, URLs for such content driven apps should be as descriptive ...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/7/2010 - Autor : admin - Visitas : 964
It is a common mis-perception that URL Routing is  exclusive to MVC, with .NET 3.5 SP1 and above URL Routing can be also used with ASP.NET Web Forms. In ASP.NET 4.0 URL Routing is fully integrated and so straightforward and powerful to use it should be preferred over URL Rewriting whenever possible...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/6/2010 - Autor : admin - Visitas : 928
MVC Routing Constraints allow for the application of a regular expression to a URL segment to determine if the route will match the request. Previously in the introductory MVC Routing Tutorial we looked at defining Routes based on the number of segments in a URL. So the Route definition: routes.Ma...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/5/2010 - Autor : admin - Visitas : 969
In MVC Routing, multiple parameters can be used in a URL segment. For example the route definition: routes.MapRoute(“multiple”, “{controller}/{action}/{author}-{tag}"); contains multiple parameters (ie author and id) in the final segment. This will match the URL blog/technology/johnspencer-aspnet ....
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/5/2010 - Autor : admin - Visitas : 1528
Default values in ASP.NET MVC Routing allow for much more flexible URL pattern matching. In our previous   MVC Routing Tutorial we introduced Routing and how it matches a URL to a predefined Route and then extracts the parameters for processing. In our original simple examples, a URL segment had to...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/5/2010 - Autor : admin - Visitas : 984
By Joydip Kanjilal and Bhupali Khule ASP.NET 4.0 is neither a revolutionary change nor a refactoring of the existing ASP.NET. Instead, it consists of a number of small-scale changes that allow developers to have a strong control of certain frequently used events. What makes ASP.NET 4.0 more effecti...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/4/2010 - Autor : Joydip Kanjilal - Visitas : 903
Javier “G Money” Lozano, one of the good folks involved with C4MVC, recently wrote a blog post on posting JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) encoded data to an MVC controller action. In his post, he describes an interesting approach of using a custom model binder to bind sent JSON data to an argumen...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/15/2010 - Autor : Haacked - Visitas : 1001
Si te dedicas al desarrollo de sitios web seguramente el Javascript no es nada nuevo para ti, o si no tal vez lo hayas usado en algún Bookmarklet o script de Greasemonkey, y si eres como yo de los que les gusta mirar el código de los sitios web que visitas, seguramente te habrán en...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/20/2010 - Autor : Carlos Leopoldo - Visitas : 895
In this video you'll learn how to use Html.RenderAction to write the results of a Controller Action to a View. We'll look at how Html.RenderAction differs from Html.RenderPartial, and how Html.Action differs from Html.RenderAction....
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/21/2010 - Autor : ASP.NET Videos - Visitas : 1076
In this video you will learn how to use the Areas feature to make it easier to organize larger ASP.NET MVC applications by breaking them into different functional areas....
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/21/2010 - Autor : ASP.NET Videos - Visitas : 859
In this Video Microsoft's Joe Stagner rebuilds the "Contact Us" feature for an ASP.NET MVC application using the Microsoft Entity Framework and a strongly typed view. Here we start to get a real feel for the power of working with data in ASP.NET MVC....
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/21/2010 - Autor : ASP.NET Videos - Visitas : 883
In this Video Microsoft's Joe Stagner builds a "Contact Us" feature for an ASP.NET MVC application by adding a View, Controller Logic and a Custom Model to the default ASP.NET Application. You’ll see some of the fundamental differences between working with ASP.NET MVC versus ASP.NET Web Forms. ...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/21/2010 - Autor : ASP.NET Videos - Visitas : 895
In this Video Microsoft's Joe Stagner builds a "Contact Us" feature for an ASP.NET MVC application by adding a View, Controller Logic and a Custom Model to the default ASP.NET Application. You'll see some of the fundamental differences between working with ASP.NET MVC versus ASP.NET Web Forms. ...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/21/2010 - Autor : ASP.NET Videos - Visitas : 901
In Tip #103 I showed a way of customizing the start page in order to add the New Website and Open Website controls.  It turns out that using a loose XAML file as I did in that post is not the recommended practice; in fact, it’s recommended that you......
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/23/2010 - Autor : Tips & Tricks for ASP.NET, IIS, and Visual Web Dev - Visitas : 864
Folks have been asking me for some time to do some ASP.NET MVC videos Here are the first three. They start from the beginning and frequently compare ASP.NET MVC with concepts that you may already be familiar with from WebForms programming. Enjoy! More to come. ASP.NET MVC For the Rest of Us: Part 1...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/23/2010 - Autor : Misfit Geek: msft - Visitas : 853
We recently released a new free Silverlight 4 Training Kit that walks you through building business applications with Silverlight 4.  You can browse the training kit online or alternatively download an entire offline version of the training kit .  The training material is structured on te...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/22/2010 - Autor : ScottGu's Blog - Visitas : 1233
We have had some customers ask why they are unable to target earlier frameworks .NET 2.0, 3.0 or 3.5 using Visual Studio 2010. Targeting earlier frameworks (also known as Multi-targeting) is in-fact fully supported in VS 2010, but there is a pre-requisite that .NET Framework 3.5 Sp1 must be install...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/22/2010 - Autor : Visual Web Developer Team Blog - Visitas : 818
If you have ever tried to look at a System.DateTime or System.TimeSpan object in a debugger, you know how difficult it is to see what the value is.  For example, this is what a System.DateTime object looks like: 0:017> !do 0x040f59b8 Name: System.DateTime MethodTable: 60809f0c EEClass: 605e...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/22/2010 - Autor : ASP.NET Debugging : ASP.NET - Visitas : 911
Web Deployment (see this posting for an overview) offers a set of pre-determined options to allow users to include the most common sets of files for deployment. These options are as follows and can be found under the “Items to deploy” section on the Package / Publish Web property page. Only files n...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/22/2010 - Autor : Visual Web Developer Team Blog - Visitas : 819
Its been a long time since I blogged. Primarily due to Tech Ed India, the ongoing Great Indian Developer Summit (GIDS 2010) and the related travels. However, here is a quick post with a few updates. Visual Studio 2010 RTMed in India during Tech Ed. We had the privilege of having Soma our Senior VP ...
Ir a recurso
Fecha registro : 4/21/2010 - Autor : ASP.NET - Visitas : 859
Pag. 1.2.3.4.5.6.7.8.9.10.11.12.13.14.15.16.17.18.19.20.21.22.23.24

ricardo leppe t
pedrojavier
CALIN
willipinru
richard
ragomez
PER 238
MEX 236
CRI 188
COL 118
ESP 105
ARG 88