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Unit testing in .NET

Unit Testing – ExplainedA process which involves writing code to verify a system at a lower and more granular level is known as Unit Testing. Unit Testing gives us the ability to verify that our functions/methods work as expected. It is used by programmers for programmers.Unit tests are written to ensure that code performs as per the programmer’s expectation. They are generally focused at a lower level than other testing, making sure that the underlying feature work as expected. By e...
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Part 2 of KnockOut.js in Asp.Net

Computed Observables:                                            Functions which are dependent on one or more observables and will automatically update whenever any of the dependencies altered.Eg: If we want to display full name based on first name and last name thenStep 1: Declare vi...
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Introduction on SignalR

Introduction on SignalRReal–Time Web ApplicationThe real-time web is a set of technologies that enable users to receive information as soon as it is published by its authors, rather than requiring that they or their software check a source periodically for updates.Examples of Real–Time Web Application Development News feed and Notifications in Facebook New updates in Twitter Google Search Google DocsHistory of ASP.NET SignalRDamian Edwards (a program manager on the Microsoft ASP.NET ...
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How to upload documents to SharePoint 2013

IntroductionSharePoint is a browser-based collaboration, content management, and extensible platform from Microsoft. The latest release of the product is SharePoint 2013.In this article I will explain about one of the frameworks used for development in SharePoint 2013,   Client-side object model (CSOM). I am going to add a document through code to a SharePoint document library. I am going to use SharePoint object model to add document.SharePoint 2013 provides a new client object model ...
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WCF SOAP and REST Services

WCF (Windows Communication Foundation) is a programming platform and runtime system for building, configuring and deploying network-distributed services. It is the latest service oriented technology; Interoperability is the fundamental characteristics of WCF. WCF provides a common platform for all .NET communication.WCF provides a runtime environment for your services, enabling you to expose CLR types as services, and to consume other services as CLR types. So what is SOAP and REST?What is SOAP?...
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Introduction to KnockOut.Js in Asp.Net

What is KnockOut.Js?Knockout.Js (simply KO) is a powerful JavaScript library which allows developers to bind DOM elements with any data model like array, Json etc.It built up on two way data binding between UI and data model i.e. if any changes made to data model are affected to UI as well as any changes made to UI are affected to data model.It’s not alternative to JQuery or any other libraries.It provides easy and understandable way to manage any type of complex data driven models as inst...
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What's New In C# 6.0?

Microsoft has released the preview version of Visual Studio 2015 and .NET 4.6 for developers to try and provide feedback on usage or issues. .NET 4.6 preview comes with C# 6.0 which includes the new additional features expected by developers to improve the coding productivity.In this article I am going to describe the new features introduced in C# 6.0. If you haven’t download the Visual Studio 2015 please get it from below download button.Property Initialization with default valueIn C# 6.0...
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Introduction to Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) and EC2 (Elastic Cloud Computing) in Asp.Net

S3 is an Internet storage engine which has to be designed to make job easier for developers.Developers can upload, manage and control access to data that is stored on Amazon’s Servers through simple API’s which are provided by Amazon and Other third party Components. It's a highly flexible, scalable, reliable, fast, and inexpensive storage infrastructureIt lets users to store unlimited number of objects up to 5GB free for single account.On the Other side Users has to pay mon...
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How to use Model Binding with ASP.NET Data Controls

IntroductionASP.NET 4.5 provides a flexible alternative to server data controls called as, Model Binding. Using the new data model binding, you can directly use methods instead of data source to perform CRUD operations.In this article I will explain in detail how we can implement Model Data Binding with ASP.NET data controls. Here I am showing you some examples on GridView control, the same applicable to other data controls.Creating a Sample WebsiteNow let's create a web form that illustrate...
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Creating an RDLC report in Asp.Net

Step 1.  Create a new website and Add DataSet to the WebsiteRight Click on the project, Add new item Dataset, and name it as Employees.xsd.Step 2. Adding DataTable to the DataSetOur next step would be to add a DataTable to the Type DataSet. Step 3. Adding Columns or fields to DataTableIn the DataTable we need to specify the column names that we want to display in the Report.Step 4. Adding the RDLC ReportRight click on the project and Add New Item, Report Wizard where we configure ...
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