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    The Best Way to Learn ASP.NETBest way to learn js
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    Using Anonymous Objects for Key/Value Pairs in .NETCode
    Writing applications using the .NET Framework can be a cumbersome experience, primarily due to the vast amount of classes one has to know in order to write applications. But developers can use those classes to make writing code easier. One such class is the TypeDescriptor class, and the ability to use anonymous objects as a key/value pair collection.Read More…
    Generating Traditional URLs with ASP.NET MVC3Aspnet
    There are certain truths in the world: we're born, we die, and URLs should end with a slash if it doesn't point to a file. The ASP.NET MVC framework bucks tradition and convention, and the built-in methods that generate URLs do so by omitting the trailing slash. It may seem like a non-issue (and to many people it's not one), but many developers, this author included, are bugged by them.Read More…
    The Ins and Outs of WebMatrix: .NET Programming Using the Razor SyntaxWebmatrix
    This tutorial gives you an overview of programming with ASP.NET Web Pages using the Razor syntax. ASP.NET is Microsoft's technology for running dynamic web pages on web servers.Read More…
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    This tutorial introduces Microsoft WebMatrix, a free web development technology that delivers one of the best experiences for web developers. Read More…
    Getting Started with Umbraco: Part 1Code
    Umbraco can be installed very quickly and easily. Even better, it comes with many features straight out of the box. For example, it's possible to build an entire site without delving into the code yourself, simply by using pre-built templates and the back-end CMS.Read More…
    Getting Started with Umbraco: Part 5Code
    The hero panel carousel that we're going to make in this part of the tutorial will use sliding animations to move between panels, and will be of the infinite style so that it will forever move forwards or backwards through each of the panels.Read More…
    Getting Started with Umbraco: Part 4Code
    In this part, we'll start off by adding another XSLT file (for the news item pages), and then move on to look at how we can integrate standard .Net User Controls to Umbraco.Read More…
    Getting Started with Umbraco: Part 3Code
    In this part of the series we'll create the rest of our content nodes (pages) and start adding the XSLT macros to handle things like building the site navigation, and populating the <umbraco:Macro> elements.Read More…
    Getting Started with Umbraco: Part 2Code
    In .NET, a masterpage is a template for content pages, where a series of ASPX pages that all use the same masterpage can all share the same base code.Read More…
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