Archive for the ‘Visual Studio’ Category

Microsoft Update Catalog

By | September 8th, 2008

Microsoft Update Catalog. Made for corporate environments, this service lets you download updates that can distributed over corporate networks and so on. These updates include software updates, drivers and hotfixes ( no Ultimate Extras though! ). The setup files of any individual selected update is downloaded which can then be installed manually.

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Sending emails notifications from a contact or a feedback page of a website has become a standard feature of most sites around the web.
Today, I am going to show you how to create an ASP.NET Silverlight application which sends email. The main objective of this tutorial is to achieve this goal using a ASP.NET web […]

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Reports are always one of a compulsory requirements of any IT or non-IT solution. In this example we will experience how to integrate crystal report in a WPF Application.
I am using a database here to fetch some record in order to display on my report ofcourse you can use any other source. For reference […]

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In this article we will be creating certain tabs in a tab control with context menu with an option to remove certain tab item.
First create a blank c# WPF application using visual studio 2008 and name the default grid as Master.
Right click on window and select view code,
Here we create a method to remove […]

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I think storing images in a database can save a developer loads of time and can ease his life while dealing with visuals, either creating a local application or a web application. Think of storing your images of a certain web application in a database instead in a directory exits somewhere in a cloud which […]

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In May 2008, Microsoft announced the general availability of Expression Studio 2, the second version of its tool aimed specifically at web and multimedia developers and designers. Then a few days later, Expression Studio 2 was available for MSDN subscribers and now finally after a period of almost 3 months of general availability of […]

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There are times when you just want to listen to some music on your notebook/laptop and want the display(LCD) of your notebook to remain off while the lid is still open, while there are small amount of notebook manufacturer’s who provide this simple option of turning off the notebook’s LCD when not in use […]

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