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How Caching Means More Ca-ching, Part 2
I've introduced you to Output caching and Fragment caching in my last article. By means of both we are able to increase the performance of our web applications significantly by storing and retrieving commonly accessed pages and fragments of pages in memory. This article will explain the use of the third and most granular cache method, Data Caching. I will show you how to cache at the object level. Translation: more flexibility, more speed. Therefore, happier users, and not to mention (cough cough), more ca-ching.

How Caching Means More Ca-ching, Part 1
The ASP.Net platform brought forth many new features and enhancements over the former ASP platform. One of the more significant to be introduced was caching. Previously managed by third-party components, ASP.Net came packed with rich caching options, out of the box. Regardless of whether or not your application is already built and running, it can only benefit from the proper use of caching. This article will explain the various options we have, which will in turn lead to faster applications, and therefore more satisfied users, which can only be a good thing!

Reading a Delimited File Using ASP.Net and VB.Net
New to .NET? Wondering how to split contents using a delimiter? No problem, this latest article from Ajaykumar shows you just how easy reading the contents of a delimited file can be.

What is .Net and Where is ASP.NET?
This article is desiged for those you wish to learn a little bit about the .Net framework. Not only will it show you how .Net operates, it will explain where ASP.NET fits in.

An Object Driven Interface with .Net
Using .Net, Paul will demonstrate how to generate an object driven interface. A rich source of support material is included with this article so you can start building interfaces today.

Create Your Own Guestbook In ASP.NET
Creating your very own guestbook is easy with help from Sonu. Using ASP.NET with technologies like XML/XSL, you can have your guestbook up in no time. Read more ...

HTTP File Download Without User Interaction Using .NET
What can ASP.NET do for you? Well it may allow you to download a file from the server to the client in 8 lines. To find out more, read this article.

Dynamically Using Methods in ASP.NET
In this article, young Philip Quinn will explain how one would execute a method without actually calling it.

Changing the Page Size Interactively in a DataGrid Web Control
Csaba explains the problems that occur when to wish to display many records using the DataGrid Server and the user decides to change the pagesize.

XML Serialization in ASP.NET
Ever wondered how you could save time and stress when dealing with session objects? Anthony will describe cleverly how this is done in XML using Object Serialisation.

Using Objects in ASP.NET: Part 1/2
Obects are a big part of .NET. In this 2 part article series, Craig shows us how to use objects with ASP.NET, focusing mainly on providing clear working examples.

IE Web Controls in VB.NET
The web interface is becoming more advanced...In this article Himanshu shows us a simple example of how to use the TreeView and TabStrip IE Web Controls with VB.NET.

Class Frameworks in VB .NET
In this article, Eugene shows us how to build reusable class frameworks in VB .NET. This proven technique is the best way to build applications.

Cryptographic Objects in C#: Part 1
In this article, Richard takes us through some of the cryptography tools available in the .NET Framework that provide hashing and encryption of different types of data.

Sample Chapter: Pure ASP.Net
In this sample chapter from Pure ASP.Net , we #39;ll see what web forms are, how the code is processed on the server and how client-side code can also be integrated into web forms...

Demonstrating Attributes and Reflection in .NET
In this article, Todd Clemetson demonstrates how the combination of attributes and reflection can result in some flexible and powerful software...

Creating Dynamic ASP.NET Server Controls Using XML
In this article Erick Thompson from Wrox explains how to leverage the best of XML/XSLT and ASP.NET together in a single web control that uses XSLT to help render data...

Reduce Repetitive Code with ASP.NET Custom Controls
In this article Rich explores the world of ASP.NET Custom Controls and how they can dramatically simplify development of ASP.NET web applications.

Easy ASP.NET Page Templates
It #39;s a good idea to keep highly reused code seperate from your page content. In this article John shows us everything we need to know to get started with templates in our ASP.NET pages... the easy way!

Creating Dynamic ASP.NET Server Controls Using XML
A common way of using XML in ASP websites is to format dynamic information. In this article Eric shows us how to create a survey application using ASP.Net and XML.