I am relatively new to web development with experience in PHP and html, but i have no clue what the reasoning is behind using ASP.NET for web development. I have searched but no luck in finding the main reasoning for this. can any one explain and possibly give me a demo to see why as i have been ask to take over management of a ASP.NET with no idea on how to go about it.
It allows you to run functional code on the server to do things like read data from databases, send emails etc, and do the things that make your site "work" and make it data-driven. One of the advantages of the likes of aspx over php is that the code is compiled into a dll rather than interpreted each time the page runs like with PHP. "Classic ASP" works the same way that PHP does and Microsoft retired that a decade ago.
1. For database communication
2. Unlike php, classic ASP, .Net has its own environment instead of completely replying on system resources
3. Authentication, autherization modules are available.
4. Custom http handler can be created to rewrite the default behaviour
7. Integration with other technologies like SharePoint, CRM, SAP,etc
8. and so on....
For me, the answer is because I am a Microsoft developer. Since I already know C# I can learn ASP.Net very quickly. Or I can do SharePoint, or any other Microsoft technology. For me, that's the biggest reason to use it.
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I am a student who is completing his graduation on cse. I am interested to make a window in which a 3d model(a character) will perform some action.Is it possible to inset a 3d max or maya model into java project through java code ? if it is the HOW CAN I DO THAT?
Having written a few webpages for the first time I find that in IE11 on Windows 8.1 they load as expected. However using Firefox 36.0.1 on the same machine most of the pages are loaded scrolled to near the bottom of the page.
Edit: Now tracked this to creation, then hiding, of a Form for comments which has
autofocus required<br />
on the first input field. When a user clicks a comment or reply link, my strategy was to append the element .Form to the DIV containing the link and call show on that Form. Can I create the Form in an initially hidden state so the autofocus required doesn't scroll the page down when the page loads?
whats the code to display the uploaded attachment file, like in gmail it shows, after a file is uploaded successfully, when u click on the attachment you have uploaded t should display the file with transparent background. how to do it?? in html prefered
The code is simple, as you display some other file inside your browser. If the file is an image file then you can write it as,
But if the file is in other formats, then you can load their content there or take a snapshot of it; such as with Word documents... You're going to use HTML only, there is no other way out. Web browser only understand HTML to render the elements.
My suggestion to you would be, to first learn programming and then try to compete with other giants; such as Google.
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Abstract: first time I'm dealing with web service, soap, appurtenances, so forgive me ignorance absolute. (Also for the bad english)
I have a wsdl on a web server institutional written in java that does NOT contain the client and the various calls no header, but it always requires, for each call.
Problem: I create the client quietly with the endpoint, I connect to the web server responds to me and I read all the parameters (which I do not need anything) of the server. (So I created the tunnel)
Just try to make a call using any of the wsdl, type wsdl.result res = wsdl.getvalore (parameters), I always get errors due to the lack of the header in the message, for example: Private key is not in the X.509 certificate. (But NOT required private key to feel the support of the web service) or No Security Header.
Following the example of the soap message in XML. For the part BODY no problem, but how do I add the header? Thanks to everyone who can help me out.