Saturday, January 31, 2009
Application Name: OraDeveloper Studio
OraDeveloper Studio simplifies interaction with Oracle, automates routine development tasks, and makes large projects easier to manage. OraDeveloper Studio is a comprehensive tool designed for PL/SQL developers and Oracle users who are looking for a more flexible database development environment.
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Formerly known as MySQLDirect .NET, is an enhanced data provider for MySQL that builds on ADO.NET technology to present a complete solution for developing MySQL-based database applications. As part of the Devart database application development framework, MyDirect .NET offers both high performance native connectivity to the MySQL database and a number of innovative development tools and technologies.
MyDirect .NET introduces new approaches for designing application architecture, boosts productivity, and leverages database application implementation
Is an enhanced data provider for PostgreSQL that builds on ADO.NET technology to present a complete solution for developing PostgreSQL-based database applications. As part of the Devart database application development framework, PostgreSQLDirect .NET offers both high performance native connectivity to the PostgreSQL database and a number of innovative development tools and technologies.
PostgreSQLDirect .NET introduces new approaches for designing application architecture, boosts productivity, and leverages database application implementation
Application Name: Janus Web ASP.NET Server Controls Suite v3
Version: 18.104.22.168 (Latest as of Jun 17, 2008)
The Web GridEX Control supports flat, hierarchical and self-referencing display of data and permits you to create effective "Outlook like" web user interfaces while easing development and maintenance time.
The functionality provided by the control permits you to display, edit, sort, group, filter, manipulate, summarize and paginate your data.
The control has an extensive object model that can be used at client side and built-in editors like Multicolumn Combo and Calendar Combo.
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Application Name: Janus WinForms Controls Suite v3.5
Version: 22.214.171.124 (Latest as of Jun 17, 2008)
The Janus UI Controls for Microsoft .NET contains several user interface controls designed to provide a modern look to Microsoft .NET Windows Forms applications, some of the controls included in the UI Package are the Janus UICommandManager, Janus UIPanelManager and Janus UITabs.
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Fingerprint SDK 2009
Fingerprint SDK is a software development kit (SDK) that enables a wide range of applications to use fingerprint recognition.
Software developers can integrate biometrics into their software as programming languages, stand-alone applications and web applications as needed - all through a single, intuitive interface.
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Component Name: VintaSoft Imaging.NET Library (Imaging and Annotation plugin)
Version: 1.1 (current as of Jul 15, 2008)
Compatibility: .NET 2.0, 3.5
VintaSoftImaging.NET is a powerful and easy to use imaging toolkit for .NET developers. Library allows to load, view, process, print and save images, work with multipage TIFF files directly, work with annotations.
Using the VintaSoftAnnotation Plug-in you can add and process various forms of annotations to an existing image utilizing opportunities of .NET environment. Click here for details...
# Programming environments: .NET Framework 2.0 or higher
# This is a fully-managed .NET library to guarantee the fast working in .NET Framework.
# Load image from file or stream
# Load multipage TIFF image, animated GIF image or multiple image into one image collection
# View images in scrollable and zoomable image viewer
# View thumbnail images in multi-threaded thumbnail viewer
# Multi selection feature (select, move, delete) in the thumbnail viewer
# Process images: despeckle, deskew, border detection, blank page detection, rotation, mirror, crop, invert,
color conversion, resize, resample, change resolution
# Magnifier, zoom and select image tools
# Reorder images in thumbnail viewer by using drag-n-drop
# Direct work with multipage TIFF file, without temporary file
# Read metadata from TIFF file
# Read and write annotations from TIFF file
# Preview and print images
# Save image to file or stream
# Asynchronously save an image collection to file or stream as multipage TIFF file
# Split multipage TIFF file to many BMP, JPEG, GIF, PNG or TIFF files
Supported image file formats:
# GIF, animated GIF
# TIFF, multipage TIFF
Supported operations with multipage TIFF file:
# Get image
# Add image
# Insert image
# Delete image
# Pack file (remove unnecessary space from file)
# Read metadata: TIFF, EXIF, GPS, Interoperability and other
# Read and write annotations
Supported TIFF image compressions:
# None (read & write)
# CCITT Group 3 fax (read & write)
# CCITT Group 4 fax (read & write)
# CCITT Rle (read)
# Macintosh Packbits (read & write)
# LZW (read & write)
# Deflate (read)
# JPEG (read & write)
You can use this library in your programs written on any programming languages which are compatible with .NET technology. VintaSoftImaging.NET Library was tested and has examples of use for:
# Microsoft Visual Basic .NET
# Microsoft Visual C#
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Application Name: ASP.NET BasicDatePicker Component
Version: 126.96.36.19960 (Latest as of June 04. 2008)
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Component Name: Schematrix SchemaCoder
Version: 188.8.131.52 (current as of Jul 18, 2008)
Powerful Data Access Layer Code Generation For .NET
There are few areas of software development more tedious and error prone than writing data access layer code. There are also few areas of software development that lend themselves so well to computer assistance. Numerous tools and techniques have been devised to assist with this effort. Microsoft Visual Studio itself has a number of tools built in.
Most of the tools on the market suffer from one of several maladies. Many tools are written to the lowest common denominators of functionality of the data sources they support and either fail to take advantage of some of the advanced features of the database or fail to support some of the less common data types. Other tools are written to be the swiss army knife of code generation and are consequently overly complex to learn and use for the developer that wants to hit the ground running and get the job done in a simple, direct fashion.
Schematrix SchemaCoder has been created to help alleviate many of the issues found with other tools and to help the developer get the job done faster and more reliably than if it were done "the old-fashioned way". Code generation is all the rage these days for many good reasons. With Schematrix SchemaCoder, you will experience all the following:
* Huge Time Savings – Manually creating data access code takes time and a lot of it. Schematrix SchemaCoder creates both the necessary SQL code (Dynamic or Stored Procedures) and the .NET code (C# or VB.Net) for calling it. The cost of a Schematrix SchemaCoder license is generally less than a single day’s salary for a developer and can easily pay for itself within the first week of use.
* Higher Code Quality – Writing data access code is tedious and error prone. Remembering and manually typing column names is pure drudgery. Many errors cannot be detected by compilers and will go unnoticed until runtime. Automating as much of this type of code as possible greatly lessens these types of errors.
* Faster Time-To-Market – By automating the data access layer code, developers have much more time to concentrate on the other areas of the application (e.g. user interface and business logic) and can develop better products faster.
* Consistency – Without extremely rigid and difficult to enforce development standards, data access code written by different developers will vary in structure and quality, making it difficult to transfer ownership of code from one developer to another. Using Schematrix SchemaCoder will add a high degree of consistency to the data access code and more easily enable code reuse between developers and projects.
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Sunday, January 11, 2009
An Overview of Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 White Paper
Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2008 delivers on Microsoft’s vision of smart client applications by enabling developers to rapidly create connected applications that deliver the highest quality, rich user experiences. With Visual Studio 2008, organizations will find it easier than ever before to capture and analyze information to help them make effective business decisions. Visual Studio 2008 enables organizations of every size to rapidly create more secure, manageable, and reliable applications that take advantage of Windows VistaT and the 2007 Office system.
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…This white paper discusses the different customer experiences that deliver on these three pillars through the following seven technology areas.
- Developing Smart Client Applications. Visual Studio 2008 delivers new and easy ways for developers to build smart clients. It provides a comprehensive set of tools and classes that simplify integrating smart clients with new or existing Web applications, and it enables local data caching for disconnected scenarios.
- Creating Microsoft Office Applications. Visual Studio Tools for Office (VSTO) is fully integrated into Visual Studio 2008 Professional Edition. Developers can now customize various Office applications, such as Outlook® and PowerPoint®, to improve user productivity and simplify deployment.
- Building Windows Vista Applications. Developers can easily leverage new platform technologies, and deliver more compelling applications to their customers, by effortlessly incorporating new Windows Presentation Foundation features into both existing Windows Forms applications and new applications.
- Handling Data More Productively. The introduction of Language Integrated Query (LINQ) and other data-access improvements enable developers to apply a consistent programmatic approach to data handling, perform data access with new data-design surfaces, and use built-in classes for the occasionally connected design pattern.
- Gaining an Improved Overall Developer Experience. Visual Studio 2008 delivers a better developer experience overall through the combination of significant product quality improvements, and changes to the way the most popular design surfaces return errors to the user. In addition, Visual Studio 2008 simplifies the user’s ability to adopt the toolset and framework separately by enabling developers to target different .NET Framework platforms.
- Improving Application Lifecycle Management (ALM). ALM features in Visual Studio provide great support not only for managing the entire software-development life cycle, but also for critical interaction with an enterprise application’s final end-users and IT stakeholders.
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Break Through Your Software Development Challenges with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 White Paper
Microsoft® Visual Studio® 2008 enables organizations to take full advantage of the .NET Framework 3.5 and the 2007 Microsoft Office system to create client, Office, Web, and mobile applications1-and through those applications deliver high-quality, rich user experiences that can help improve business processes and decision-making. Those capabilities are complemented by Microsoft Visual Studio Team System, a comprehensive application lifecycle management solution that provides tools, processes, and guidance to help development teams communicate and collaborate more effectively, ensure quality throughout the development process, and improve visibility into all aspects of the application lifecycle.
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…Visual Studio 2008 enables developers to build rich client applications that run on the .NET Framework 3.5, including the ability to enhance existing client applications that are based on the Windows Forms classes in the .NET Framework 2.0. For example, a software-development group at a financial-services company might use an internally-developed desktop program for the analysis of currency trades. With Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5, developers can deliver a new version of the application that provides richer analysis capabilities and the ability to execute modeled trades from within the application, instead of re-entering them into a separate program as they did in the past. Some features of Visual Studio 2008 and the .NET Framework 3.5 that enable such enhancements include:
- Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), the graphical subsystem in the .NET Framework 3.5 for taking advantage of the capabilities of today’s modern graphics hardware.
- Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), the communication subsystem in the .NET Framework 3.5 for enabling applications or systems to communicate with one another easily.
- Multitargeting, which allows developers to use Visual Studio 2008 to target the .NET Framework versions 2.0, 3.0, or 3.5 from within a single tool-set.
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New Features for Mobility Developers in Visual Studio 2008
Visual Studio 2005 SP1
. Added 15 MFC classes
. Device Emulator 2.0 (Standalone Release)
. Numerous bug fixes
. Better eMbedded Visual C++ 4.0 Migration Support
. Ability to work with SQL Server 2005 Compact Edition
. Updated the Native Compilers and Remote Tools
. Ability to support Windows CE 6.0-based SDKs
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Visual Studio 2008 Enhancements
Unit Testing for Devices
Device Configuration Manager
Device Certificate Manager
Device Emulator Version 3.0
Windows Mobile 5.0 SDK is in-the-box
.NET Compact Framework 2.0 SP1 and 3.5
Updated Native Compilers and MFC Libraries
Managed Device Connectivity API
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What Is Client-Side Reporting
Client-side reporting is not a new phenomenon. No matter what platform you use for development, you need some way or other to produce reports. This chapter will explore the new client-side reporting features provided by Visual Studio (VS) 2005 and the forthcoming release of VS (Visual Studio 2008) and build a sound foundation for using them throughout this book. From here on, if you see a reference to “VS,” I mean to say both VS 2005 and Visual Studio 2008.
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…Client-side reporting means producing reports on a local (client) computer rather than on a central server. When Microsoft (MS) introduced MS Access 1.0 in the early 1990s, producing reports simply and with minimal effort became possible. As we moved through the decade, the era of web reporting raised new challenges as the Web became ever more popular for delivering information. Although it was easy enough to produce reports and display them on web pages, other issues, such as printing attractive reports, were not easy to resolve. Visual Studio now has built-in support for creating professional-quality reports for various clients.
Before VS 2005, Microsoft provided various choices for client-side reporting. The most common is the Crystal Reports (CR) add-in from Business Objects. If you come from the world of Visual Basic 6, then you’ll also know Data Report Designer. With the introduction of Reporting Services (RS) at the client-side with VS 2005, Microsoft has given developers a serious tool for producing reports. Don’t worry if you are already skilled with CR-in Chapter 12, we’ll look at CR and RS in action side-by-side to help you transition to RS.
Efforts by Microsoft to provide an alternative to CR prior to VS 2005 were, at best, filling the blanks and were no serious challenge to the capabilities of CR. The .NET platform with Visual Studio came as a real opportunity to provide a simple architecture to produce clientside reports with access to all sorts of data. This book teaches you how to use VS 2005 and Visual Studio 2008 RS for all your reporting needs through hands-on practice with the software. Before we start using RS, though, let’s look at reporting architectures and environments in general.
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Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 An Insiders Personal View
By now you will have heard that Visual Studio 2008 was made available to MSDN subscribers in November 2007 and will be broadly available in February 2008. If you are not an MSDN subscriber you can still download a 90-day trial of Visual Studio 2008. After that, if you decide to purchase you will be able to upgrade in-place by entering your product key.
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…First, let’s take a trip down memory lane. Previous releases of Visual Studio were aligned and tied to a specifi c version of the .NET Framework, which itself was aligned with and tied to the Common Language Runtime (CLR) engine (Figure 1):
In 2006 Microsoft broke the mould by releasing .NET Framework v3.0, but crucially it did not release a new version of the CLR or new versions of the language compilers or a brand new version of Visual Studio. .NET Framework v3.0 comprises of four technologies: Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), Windows Communication Foundation (WCF), Windows Workfl ow Foundation (WF) and Windows CardSpace.
Also in 2006, Windows Vista and the 2007 Office System were released, which both are development platforms in their own right. So developers have been looking for a refreshed toolset to properly address those three “platforms”. That is exactly the gap that VS2008 fi lls by offering premier support for .NET Framework v3.0, Windows Vista and Offi ce 2007. A select list of new features for NET Framework v3.0 in VS2008 is: new WPF designer, ClickOnce and XBAP deployment to FireFox, WCF support for an HTTP SOAP-less programming model, syndication support, partial trust for services and JSON serialisation. There is also integration of WF and WCF both with the new Send/Receive activities and also through a new WorkflowServiceHost class.
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Top 10 Reasons to Upgrade to Visual Studio 2008 Professional Edition
Work with data in a unified and integrated way.
. Be more productive by using a single approach to querying and manipulating data that’s integrated with the way you write code-in the programming language.
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…2. Work with user interface designers.
. Share user interface assets like design elements and controls with graphic designers that use Microsoft Expression®.
. Both Microsoft Expression Web (ASP.NET) and Microsoft Expression BlendTM (Windows Presentation Foundation) supported.
3. Employ the latest web user interface techniques.
. New support for Web server communication techniques for AJAX- or JSON-enabled Web sites.
. New ASP.NET controls allow for better page management and templates.
. RSS and REST natively supported by the Windows®
4. Build stunning applications for Windows Vista®.
. Build powerful Microsoft Windows-based applications that take advantage of Windows Forms and Windows Presentation Foundation to make your applications really stand out.
. Smart client application improvements improve deployment and disconnected scenarios.
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Xceed Brings Visual Studio 2008 and Expression Blend Support to DataGrid
Xceed today released version 1.3 of Xceed DataGrid for WPF, featuring Visual Studio 2008 and Expression Blend support. The product has also been renamed to reflect the availability of Express and Professional editions of the grid control.
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In line with the naming convention Microsoft has adopted for Visual Studio 2008, the free version of Xceed’s Windows Presentation Foundation datagrid control is now called Xceed DataGrid for WPF Express Edition. Powerful and fully functional, this version-which remains free of charge-delivers a complete set of functionalities suitable for more casual users. This edition continues to provide full distribution rights, bugfixes, updates, and an unlimited number of licenses per company. Xceed DataGrid for WPF Professional Edition provides additional advanced features for the most demanding developer.
New features debuting in version 1.3 of both the Express Edition and the Professional Edition include Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 and Expression Blend design-time support. The datagrid installs into the Visual Studio toolbox and lets developers set its properties in the IDE’s property grid. And by supporting Microsoft’s Expression Blend, Xceed delivers the ability to customize the look and feel of Xceed DataGrid for WPF in an environment targeted at designers, which eliminates the need for developer intervention, increases productivity, and extends an application’s impact. Also new is a scroll tip that displays information about the first visible row in the viewport when the grid is scrolled. Finally, a VB.NET template with a tutorial is also provided for setting up a new theme project for creating custom themes, complementing the previously available C# template.
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IDE Configuration Procedures for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2008 and Microsoft Visual C++ .NET 2008 Express Edition
This document provides step-by-step procedures for configuring the 2008 edition of the Microsoft Visual Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for simple project development.
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NOTE: When you start Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2008 for the very first time it may prompt you to “Chose your default environment settings:”. If you plan to eventually program in multiple languages, choose “General Development Settings”. For C/C++ development only, choose “Visual C++ Development Settings”.
Many exercises require the use of a command line. This can be done by either running the program from a command prompt or by setting up command line arguments within the IDE itself. For example, assume you want to redirect your IDE program’s output to a file named “C: estfile”. Within the IDE, you do not specify your program’s name, as you would for a real command prompt, but only the arguments that follow:
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Visual Studio 2008 Highlights
If you work with Microsoft technologies, most likely a portion of your development effort is taking place within Visual Studio, Microsoft’s flagship developer environment. Microsoft products such as SharePoint, Commerce Server, Exchange Server, BizTalk Server, Office, SQL Server, CRM, Windows Mobile Devices, and even the Xbox all support .NET development, and most have deep integration with Visual Studio.
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…With the release of Visual Studio 2008, Microsoft has further enhanced the environment, and added support for new features. We’ll take a look at these enhancements, broken down into four groups: Environment, Designers, Language, and Products.
One of the biggest complaints Microsoft received from customers upgrading from Visual Studio 2003 to Visual Studio 2005 was the lack of backward compatibility. Existing projects had to be upgraded to the new Visual Studio 2005 and .NET 2.0 formats, and could not be opened again in Visual Studio 2003. This made it more difficult for organizations who wanted to incrementally upgrade their environments. Microsoft took notice and made sure that the transition from Visual Studio 2005 to Visual Studio 2008 was less painful by making the build system compatible with the .NET Frameworks 2.0, 3.0 and 3.5. Further, existing solutions can continue to be developed in Visual Studio 2008 while still using the .NET Framework 2.0.
Until now, developers independently determined their code’s complexity and maintainability. This lack of standardized metrics often resulted in unwieldy code and less than ideal productivity. To help address this problem, Visual Studio 2008 Team System Development Edition includes Code Metrics support. You can opt to analyze a single project or an entire solution, and the Code Metrics Results window displays key metrics such as the maintainability index, cyclomatic complexity, depth of inheritance, class coupling and the number of lines of code.
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- Introduction to Visual Studio 2008
- .NET Framework Multi-Targeting Support
- C# and VB.NET Language Enhancements
- Introduction to Language Integrated Query (LINQ)
- Major HTML / CSS Designer Enhancements
- And much more.
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…Topic: Visual Studio 2008
Visual Studio 2008 provides many new features that significantly enhance developer productivity:
- HTML split view designer
- LINQ to SQL Designer
- CSS property viewer
- WPF designer
- Office designer support
- .NET framework multi-targeting support
Visual Studio 2008 supports targeting multiple versions of the .NET Framework
- Choose which Framework version to target when opening or creating an application
- .NET Framework 2.0 (”Whidbey”)
- .NET Framework 3.0 (Vista)
- .NET Framework 3.5 (”Orcas”)
- Visual Studio IDE only shows feature appropriate for your selected target version
- Toolbox, Add New Item, Add Reference, Add Web Reference, Intellisense, etc
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Visual Studio 2008 & the .NET Framework 3.5
- .NET Framework & Visual Studio Roadmap
- Visual Studio design goals
- Lap around new features
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Visual Studio 2008 Design Goals
+ Best tool set for Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista & Microsoft Office 2007
-.NET Framework 3.5 design surfaces
-Office 2007 support including ClickOnceand VSTO
-MFC support for Vista common controls
+ Improvements for Web Developers
-HTML / CSS designer enhancements
+ Language advances
-.NET Framework multi-targeting support
-Improved Data & Language integration in VB / C#
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Paint.NET can be used to enhance and clean up your photographs. Using the Clone Stamp tool, the power lines that criss-crossed in front of the Space Needle were carefully removed. Other operations were performed that had the effect of smoothing out the image without blurring it, adding some “bloom” (glow), and increasing the contrast.
Simple, intuitive user interface
Every feature and user interface element was designed to be immediately intuitive and quickly learnable without assistance. It is also designed to be immediately familiar to users of the original MS Paint software that comes with Windows.
Usually only found on expensive or complicated professional software, layers form the basis for a rich image composition experience. You may think of them as a stack of transparency slides that, when viewed together at the same time, form one image.
Paint.NET includes simple tools for drawing shapes, including an easy-to-use curve tool for drawing splines or Bezier curves. The Gradient tool, new for 3.0, has been cited as a huge improvement over similar tools provided by other software. The facilities for creating and working with selections is powerful, yet still simple enough to be picked up quickly. Other powerful tools include the Magic Wand for selecting regions of similar color, and the Clone Stamp for copying or erasing portions of an image. There is also a simple text editor, a tool for zooming, and a Recolor tool.
Everybody makes mistakes, and everybody changes their mind. To accommodate this, every action you perform on an image is recorded in the History window and may be undone. Once you’ve undone an action, you can also redo it. The length of the history is only limited by available disk space.
Many special effects are included for perfecting your images. Everything from blurring, sharpening, red-eye removal, distortion, noise, and embossing are included. Also included is our unique 3D Rotate/Zoom effect that makes it very easy to add perspective and tilting.
Adjustments are also included which help you tweak an image’s brightness, contrast, hue, saturation, curves, and levels. You can also convert an image to black and white, or sepia-toned.
Open Source and Free
Paint.NET is provided free-of-charge, and the source code (all 133,000 lines of it) is also available for free under generous licensing terms. The bulk of Paint.NET is written in C#, with only a small amount of code related to setup and shell-integration written in C++.
If you’re a database administrator, you know Microsoft SQL Server 2008 is revolutionizing database development. Get up to speed on SQL Server 2008, impress your boss, and improve your company’s data management — read Microsoft SQL Server 2008 For Dummies!
SQL Server 2008 lets you build powerful databases and create database queries that give your organization the information it needs to excel. Microsoft SQL Server 2008 For Dummies helps you build the skills you need to set up, administer, and troubleshoot SQL Server 2008. You’ll be able to:
Develop and maintain a SQL Server system
Design databases with integrity and efficiency
Turn data into information with SQL Server Reporting Services
Organize query results, summarizing data with aggregate functions and formatting output
Import large quantities of data with SSIS
Keep your server running smoothly
Protect data from prying eyes
Develop and implement a disaster recovery plan
Improve performance with database snapshots
Automate SQL Server 2008 administration
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 For Dummies is a great first step toward becoming a SQL Server 2008 pro!
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Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services for Dummies
Find the right information and present it the right way
Take full advantage of all SQL Server Reporting Services can do for you
Without a way to interpret it, the data in your database just sits there doing nothing. Now you have help! This handy guide shows you how to retrieve data and create reports with the newest version of SQL Server Reporting Services, so you can deliver both hard copy and interactive, Web-based reports that tell your story.
Discover how to
* Access information from different databases
* Build the right queries
* Choose the best report type
* Move from other reporting tools
* Deliver reports on demand
* Produce drill-down and drill-through reports
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Description: Freelance developer, consultant, and instructor Andy Olsen has been working with Microsoft and Java-based technologies for over a decade. With Andy leading the way, you will learn the ropes of ASP.NET in no time. you’ll see how to create great user interfaces using the latest ASP.NET Web controls such as GridViews and WebParts. you’ll also learn how to use the full power of the .NET Framework.
Note: The source code within this training is implemented in visual C#
This training uses:
Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Professional Edition, with the .NET Framework 2.0
Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Enterprise Edition
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Microsoft’s .NET initiative is receiving a lot of attention, but what about the main tool that developers will use to create .NET programs: Visual Studio .NET? This course introduces the .NET Framework and delves into the workings of Visual Studio itself.
Course includes 3+ hours of total training time…
* 2 CDs
* Over 3 hours of media run time
* Sample code
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Welcome to SSW Time PRO .NET. This is a totally integrated database
application designed for corporations who bill on a time or product basis.
Flexible and powerful, utilising the power of Microsoft SQL Server, SSW
Time PRO .NET’s push button approach to organizing everything from
invoicing and receipting, to Customer Relationship Management, will
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Are you still using Excel for storing your corporate data?
Are you switching in and out of M.Y.O.B. when calling clients because it
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Unable to configure automatic recurring invoices?
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This course will enable technology professionals with little or no ETL
experience and minimal exposure to SQL Server 2005 and Visual Studio 2005 to be comfortable and productive with the SSIS tools and technologies. In this course you will learn about the SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) and building Database Maintenance Plans. You will be introduced to the Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS) and working with Control Flow and Data Flow. You will also become familiar with SSIS package management and package deployment along with learning to write solid code using debugging, error handling and logging techniques.
Course includes 30+ hours of total training time...
* 8 modules of training
* Over 10 hours of media run time
* Over 650 pages of printable courseware
* Step-by-step hands-on-labs
* Sample code
Microsoft SQL Server 2008 provides a trusted, productive, and intelligent data platform that enables you to run your most demanding mission-critical applications, reduce time and cost of development and management of applications, and deliver actionable insight to your entire organization.
Friday, January 2, 2009
Your Data Any Place, Any Time. Enterprise Data Platform. Beyond Relational. Dynamic Development. Pervasive Insight.
Translating logical database schemas to business objects
Incorporating diverse data access syntax for multiple data sources
Creating and maintaining large, complex applications
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…ADO.NET Entity Data Model (EDM)
- Easy to understand conceptual data model
- Easy to design and develop applications
- Easy to maintain applications
- Get started quickly with the automatic creation of entities
- Data programming better with IntelliSense
A New Statement: MERGE
- Allows you to merge twotables together based on a set of criteria
- Useful for synchronizing data
- Great for consolidating in a Data Warehouse
Declarative Data Management (DMF)
- Declarative Management is a new policy-based management framework for the SQL Server Database Engine that delivers the following benefits:
- Ensure compliance with policies for system configuration
- Prevent/monitor changes to the system by authoring policies for the desired configuration
- Scale management across multiple servers
- Reduce total cost of ownership by simplifying administration tasks
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Visual Basic 2008 Step by Step (with companion CD)
Microsoft Press | January 2008 | ISBN: 9780735625372 | English | 346 pages | PDF | 26 MB
Teach yourself the fundamentals of working with Visual Basic 2008€”one step at a time. With STEP BY STEP, you work at your own pace through hands-on, learn-by-doing exercises. Whether you€™re a beginning programmer or new to this specific language, you€™ll understand the core capabilities and fundamental techniques for Visual Basic 2008€”and rapidly build robust, elegant applications. Each chapter puts you to work, showing you how, when, and why to use the latest features of Visual Basic€”guiding you each step of the way as you create actual components and working applications for Windows. You€™ll also explore data management and Web-based development topics. PLUS€”get practice files with sample code and data sets on the companion CD.
Teach yourself the fundamentals of working with Visual Basic 2008 one step at a time. With STEP BY STEP, you work at your own pace through hands-on, learn-by-doing exercises. Whether you re a beginning programmer or new to this specific language, you ll understand the core capabilities and fundamental techniques for Visual Basic 2008 and rapidly build robust, elegant applications. Each chapter puts you to work, showing you how, when, and why to use the latest features of Visual Basic guiding you each step of the way as you create actual components and working applications for Windows. You ll also explore data management and Web-based development topics. PLUS get practice files with sample code and data sets on the companion CD.
Key Book Benefits:
* Covers the latest enhancements and features of Visual Basic 2008
* Provides step-by-step guidance on how to use Visual Basic 2008 with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 to create smart-client and Web applications
* Features easy-to-follow, logically planned lessons in the popular STEP BY STEP format-ideal for anyone with fundamental programming skills
* Includes a companion CD with data sets and code samples
Michael Halvorson is the author or coauthor of more than 30 books, including Microsoft Visual Basic 2005 Step by Step, Microsoft Office XP Inside Out, Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Professional Step by Step, and Learn Microsoft Visual Basic 6.0 Now. In addition, Michael is an assistant professor at Pacific Lutheran University.
560 pages | PDF | 11 Mb
Get the hands-on, step-by-step guide to learning the latest enhancements in ASP.NET code name Orcas. ASP.NET continues to be an important application platform that delivers a simplified, high-performance, and powerful Web development experience. Building on your familiarity with the Microsoft .NET Framework and Microsoft Visual C#, you can teach yourself the essentials of working with ASP.NET in the Microsoft Visual Studio environment one step at a time. With STEP BY STEP, you work at your own pace through hands-on, learn-by-doing exercises. Whether you re a beginning programmer or new to this version of the technology, you ll understand the core capabilities and fundamental techniques for ASP.NET and begin building practical Web applications and Web services. Includes a companion CD with code samples, data sets, and a fully searchable eBook.
Features easy-to-follow, logically planned lessons to help you learn at your own pace
Delivers a solid understanding of how to use Visual Studio Orcas with ASP.NET to create Web applications and Web services
Includes a companion CD with code samples, data sets, and a fully searchable eBook
About the Author
George Shepherd is a .NET Framework expert who works at Rockwell where he develops some of the best third-party .NET tools available. He has been programming Windows since version 2.0 back in the late 1980s. For the debut of Microsoft Foundation Class (MFC) in the early 1990s, George co-authored the definitive reference for MFC, MFC Internals. During MFC s heyday as a powerful user-interface development platform, MFC Internals was part of the canon for serious MFC developers. George covers Web-based and Windows-based interface development with the .NET Framework as a contributing editor for MSDNÂ® Magazine, and is a contributing editor for Dr. Dobb's Journal. He is also a co-author of the classic Microsoft PressÂ® book Programming Microsoft Visual C++Â®. George regularly delivers seminars with DevelopMentor and is also a popular speaker at industry conferences. In his spare time, George plays a mean slide guitar.
* Paperback: 560 pages
* Publisher: Microsoft Press (February 23, 2008)
* Language: English
* ISBN-10: 0735624267
* ISBN-13: 978-0735624269