Monthly Archive:: September 2013

What is Assembly in .Net? Contents of Assembly

Assemblies are the building blocks of .NET Framework applications; they form the fundamental unit of deployment, version control, reuse, activation scoping, and security permissions. An assembly is a collection of types and resources that are built to work together and form a logical unit of functionality. An assembly provides the common language runtime with the

jquery: stopPropagation vs stopImmediatePropagation

stopPropagation will prevent any parent handlers from being executed whilestopImmediatePropagation will do the same but also prevent other handlers from executing. Quick example from the jquery documentation: [crayon-617387d065d6d083539330/]

How to clear all textboxes in the page in

Introduction: In this tutorial i am going to explain about How to clear all textboxe values in the page in In my previous tutorial i have explained about Convert Dataset Datatable To Json Data Array SQL Script To Drop Multiple Tables,Procedures At Once In Sql Server Highlight,Change Color Of Row On Mouseover In Grid View

How to change placeholder text color

<style type=”text/css”>     input::-webkit-input-placeholder,textarea::-webkit-input-placeholder     {         color: #555;     }     input:focus::-webkit-input-placeholder,textarea:focus::-webkit-input-placeholder     {         color: #c4c7c8;     }             /* Firefox < 19 */     input:-moz-placeholder,textarea:-moz-placeholder     {             color: #555;opacity:1;     }     input:focus:-moz-placeholder,textarea:focus:-moz-placeholder     {         color: #c4c7c8;     }             /* Firefox > 19 */     input::-moz-placeholder,textarea::-moz-placeholder    

Various components of the .NET Platform and the functions performed by them

Now we will go in detail about the various components that build the .NET frameworkand its functionalities. Common Language Runtime At the core of the .NET platform is the Common Language Runtime (CLR). The CLRsimplifies application development, provides a robust and secure executionenvironment, supports multiple languages and simplifies application deployment andmanagement. The diagram below provides

Where does .NET fit in? – .Net Basics

The driving force behind Microsoft® .NET is a shift in focus from individual Web sitesor devices to new constellations of computers, devices, and services that work together todeliver broader, richer solutions. The platform, technology that people use is changing. Since 1992, the client/serverenvironment has been in place, with people running the applications they need on

Benefits of using .NET architecture – .Net Basics

• The Microsoft .NET platform’s reliance on XML for data exchange—an openstandard managed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)—and modular XMLWeb services removes barriers to data sharing and software integration. • The .NET platform, through the .NET Framework’s common language runtime,enables XML Web services to interoperate whatever their source language.Developers can build reusable XML

Basic functionalities of 3 – Tier or N-Tier Applications- .Net Basics

The presentation services tier is responsible for:• Gathering information from the user• Sending the user information to the business services for processing• Receiving the results of the business services processing• Presenting those results to the user The business services tier is responsible for:• Receiving input from the presentation tier.• Interacting with the data services to

Important Features of .NET – .Net Basics

Now that we know some basics of .NET, let us see what makes .NET a wonderfulplatform for developing modern applications. Rich Functionality out of the box .NET framework provides a rich set of functionality out of the box. It containshundreds of classes that provide variety of functionality ready to use in yourapplications. This means that