Anyone who's had to display data in multiple pages in ASP know how much trouble
it can be. Although not very hard, it's tedious at best. This tutorial looks at using the PagedDataSource
class to accomplish the task, and easily.
If you use static data with your ASP.NET applications, such
as that from a database server like Microsoft SQL Server, you should take a
look at caching your data. Previously, this was not an easy thing to do, but the
caching in .NET makes caching your data and objects a trivial task.
Back when we had only ASP, developers who had to write webpages for forms knew
that the most tedious part is writing code to validate the user input.
Counting how many users you currently have viewing your website in ASP is
simple and often asked. In order to create this script, you
must learn about session, application objects and the global.asa file.
There are a lot of built-in functions in ASP. Some are for typecasting, formatting, math, date and string manipulation. Being familiar with them means saving a lot of time otherwise spent re-inventing the wheel on your own.
Doctype is a special declaration at the very top of your webpage source,
right above the <HTML> tag, that informs validators the rules in which to
validate your page using, and for modern browsers (IE6+, Mozilla, NS6+, Opera,
IE5 Mac), whether to display your page in Quirks or Standards mode.
In this tutorial I'll discuss dates and time in PHP, which is useful for a
myriad of tasks.
See how to use .htaccess and mod_rewrite to easily transform ugly PHP URLs into search engine friendly ones.
Creating a simple feedback form using PHP is very easy, thanks to PHP's prebuilt
mail() function. In this tutorial I'll show you a complete, working example.