|_ A String manipulation example in VB.NET, EQUIVALENTS: Len, Mid, Replace, InStr, UCase, Split etc _|
by Jon Barker
A string manipulation example in VB.NET.
Are ALL covered in the tutorial, using PURE VB.NET STRING MANIPULATION TEQNIQUES
Commands and equivilents
Len = .Length,
Mid = .SubString,
Replace = .Replace,
InStr = .IndexOf,
UCase = .ToUpper,
LCase = .ToLower,
Split = .Split,
Join = .Join,
|How to Write Your Own GPS Applications: Part 1|
by Jon Person (GeoFrameworks)
What is it that GPS applications need to be good enough for in-car navigation? Also, how does the process of interpreting GPS data actually work? In this two-part series, I will cover both topics and give you the skills you need to write a commercial-grade GPS application that works with a majority of GPS devices in the industry today.
|Applying Object Oriented Programming in VB.NET (Part I)|
by Rahul Vyas (coder000)
Specially written for our beginner friends but experienced friends will also find it interesting. This tutorial is an extension to my last article on Object Oriented Programming. We have already seen the beauty and power of OOP in the last article. In this article, we will see how to implement the features of OOP in VB.NET.
|Signup using Image Verification Tutorial|
by rajat talwar
All Major Websites dealing with secure content, administrative rights and user privacy use image verification. an image is provided with a random string embossed on it and before registering the string has to be entered in the provided textbox. This can be easily seen at Yahoo. COM, gmail, planet source code (yes our very own PSC will ask you for this when you vote for me).
|Learn VB .NET fast! -updated again-|
What's new in VB .NET? How can I use Classes in VB .NET? What does a shared method do?What's the usage of inheritance? How can i override a sub?
How can i add events to my classes?
Find your answers here! Sample files now ready
|Quick tip on how to handle NULL in ADO.net|
by Ian Ippolito (vWorker)
If you're an old ADO programmer, you may be frustrated by not knowing exactly how to check for NULL. Here's a 1 second tip on how to do it in ADO.NET.
|How to Write Your Own GPS Applications: Part 2|
by Jon Person (GeoFrameworks)
In part two of the series, the author of "GPS.NET" teaches developers how to write GPS applications suitable for the real world by mastering GPS precision concepts. Source code includes a working NMEA interpreter and sample high-precision application in C# and VB.NET.
|How Do I do it in ASP.NET?|
by sherif rofael
This Tutorial Will Show You How TO implement the Following Using ASP. net: (7 in 1)
Send E-mail With Attachment.
UPLOAD A file to a Remote Server.
Create a Graphical Counter.
Create a Log File for the users of your page and add their info ( ip address, country, time, data, service provider, browser, OS, ...............) to an html file.
Morse Code Encoder Machine ( Text + Sound ) into your Page.
Get The Country and service provider of your page visitors.
Determine The Locatio ... (see entry for full description)
|Minesweeper, Behind the scenes|
This article demonstrates directly reading another processes memory in C# using P/Invoke and Win32 Api's. Using the developed class I read Minesweeper memory.
|How To: Modal Dialogs in ASP.NET|
by Wayland Young
I've seen similar tutorials and samples on the web. Some claim to have modal dialogs but still allow clicking on the main window. Most don't show how to return multiple values from the dialog.
Included in the .zip ... (see entry for full description)
|Tutorial on How To Disguise URLs of your Website|
The purpose of this article is to show you how to disguise the url of your webpage. This is great for masking your webpage extension to not give away your server and development platform to potential hackers. You can also mask any parameters passed through the query string.
|undocumented varptr in vb7|
VB6 has 3 undocumented functions. VarPtr, StrPtr, and ObjPtr.StrPtr returns object of a string, VarPtr returns address of any other variable and ObjPtr returns address of an object. In VB.Net these 3 functions are abosolete but their functionality is still avaliable.
by Janus Kamp Hansen
This is a sample made for Microsoft ASP.Net to show, how easy it is to 'force' a default button for a textbox. So far you have needed to install various DLL's or controls to control what button must be clicked, when a user is submitting some data from an textbox by pressing [ENTER] key.
|A Complete Guide To GOF Design Patterns (With Examples Of Observer, Decorator and Strategy Patterns)|
by Anoop Madhusudanan
Design patterns provide you a flexible way to solve common design problems. This article gives you a simple and effective introduction regarding learning and applying design patterns. In this article series, we will design a foot ball engine, analyze the design problems in that, and will apply patters to solve our design problems. In this way, you will learn how to actually use design patterns.