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#27801

Agile Development Checklist

The purpose of this article is to define a set of ideal practices for an agile software development project.

McLennan, Liam. Code Project, The (2006). Articles>Project Management>Agile

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Creating Multilingual Websites - Part 1

Extend the existing globalization capabilities of .NET to create flexible and powerful multilgual web sites. First, create a custom ResourceManager, and then create custom localized-capable server controls to easily deploy multilingual functionality.

Seguin, Karl. Code Project, The (2004). Articles>Web Design>Localization>ASP

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Creating Multilingual Websites - Part 2

Extend the existing globalization capabilities of .NET to create flexible and powerful multilgual web sites. First, create a custom ResourceManager, and then create custom localized-capable server controls to easily deploy multilingual functionality.

Seguin, Karl. Code Project, The (2004). Articles>Web Design>Localization

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Creating Multilingual Websites - Part 3

Extend the existing globalization capabilities of .NET to create flexible and powerful multilgual web sites. This third part won't focus on the fundamental but rather enhancements to what we've already covered.

Seguin, Karl. Code Project, The (2005). Articles>Web Design>Localization>ASP

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Dealing with Images in Content Management Systems, Part 1

Most web-based content management systems offer a variety of tools to help contributors enter text. When it comes to graphics, content contributors are usually expected to provide web-ready images to the system. This means that either editorial users needs to know about image optimisation and web image formats, or additional staff are required to make web-ready images out of raw materials. This article demonstrates a technical solution to this problem.

Crane, Tom. Code Project, The (2006). Articles>Content Management>Graphic Design>ASP

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#27804

MCMS Manager

A tool which can be used to do common tasks which Microsoft Content Management Server API provides.

Ragel, Chester. Code Project, The (2005). Articles>Content Management>Server Side Includes>ASP

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Microsoft Content Management Server Crawl Page for Search

Provides a start page for search engines to crawl a Content Management Server (MCMS) web site.

Huen, Stephen. Code Project, The (2006). Articles>Content Management>Server Side Includes>ASP

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A New Approach to Designing Web Applications

What we need is a new way to build our applications. Instead of scattering the manual work and items requiring decision making across the development process, we need to do the 'thinky' things first then automate the rest. Why don't we just stop doing things the hard way?

Cole, Chris. Code Project, The (2006). Design>Web Design>Server Side Includes>ASP

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NHibernate Best Practices with ASP.NET, Generics, and Unit Tests

This article describes best practices for leveraging the benefits of NHibernate, ASP.NET, Generics, and unit testing together.

McCafferty, Billy. Code Project, The (2006). Articles>Web Design>Server Side Includes>ASP

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On Connecting to SQL Databases

This article deals only with connecting to databases on a SQL2000 server. Various connection options are discussed and their implementation details are shown. Data retrieval and data manipulation will be discussed in a future article. Only very simple, but basic code to test the connection is used, and each case uses a different ASPX page. This article is self-contained and complete, a copy of the projects in zip format is provided for download.

Code Project, The (2006). Articles>Web Design>Server Side Includes>SQL

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Page Inheritance In ASP.NET

Use object inheritance with System.Web.UI.Page to apply a common paradigm for user authentication, and extending the base web form feature set in your web application. Apply common security, specify per-page user access levels, and enforce common functionality, with only one line of code per page.

Davis, Jon. Code Project, The (2004). Design>Web Design>Server Side Includes>ASP

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Web Enabling Data on a SQL Anywhere Server using a Native Web Service

Exposing server data to intranet/internet, an attractive and much needed method has become possible due to the native web services, services that can be created on the database itself to which HTTP or Soap requests can be made. SQL Anywhere server, even in version 9.0 [present version SQL Anywhere 10] possessed this built-in capability of being able to expose data on the database server to HTTP requests.

Krishnaswamy, Jayaram. Code Project, The (2008). Articles>Documentation>Databases>SQL

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