First of all set up your goals before starting the work. Use essential tools if necessary in web development according to your budget. Last and most important thing is that clear each and every single thing about project in order to avoid any problems in future and to complete the work in given timeline.
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We are working on an application that has about 70 web services. Now managing each of these is become a mesh and for each new feature people are creating new services again and again since nobody dare to modify the existing services.
Now we are looking for best solutions to come out of the services mesh.
please redirect me if any one has faced and fixed this issue.
Recently I started using VS 2013. Before that I had used VS 2010. The problem is that: I cannot add refence of System.Web such that I cannot use its objects such as HttpContext. What can I do to solve it?
I've puzzled about this. And it only occurs in Class Libraries. System.Web is normal in web sites.
Before that in VS 2010, there was no problem in adding and using System.web components to Class Libraries.
I firstly looked at it. But it was normal .net 4.0.
I suppose the reason of it was up to my laptop's configuration or an error during setup process. I will reinstall vs 2013 later. Now I'm again workin in vs 2010 in order to finish my other projects.
Is there a way to scrape the output from Flash? The website I'm working with presents results in a Flash output, and I can't right-click and "View source".
I haven't been able to find a way, so I'm approaching it from a different direction.
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