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    ASP.NET Tutorial – 03 – Hello World Web Application

    We’re now going to make a simple “Hello World” web application to demonstrate writing, compiling and running code in ASP.NET. Before we begin I’ll go ahead and simplify this document somewhat. The first step is to add a Label control, which simply holds a piece of text. We specify its name using the ID attribute, and mark it to be run at the server. Next, we add a script block somewhere before this element. Since we have now defined a label control called MyLabel we can access its members by typing its name followed by a dot. As we can see IntelliSense gives us a list with all its fields…

  • ASP.NET Core Web Apps with EF Core | Entity Framework Core 101 [3 of 5]
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    ASP.NET Core Web Apps with EF Core | Entity Framework Core 101 [3 of 5]

    >>Hi, I’m Cam Soper. I’m a Content Developer working on.NetDocs here at Microsoft, and welcome back to Entity Framework Core 101. In this video, I’m going to show you how you can use Entity Framework Core with ASP.NET Core scaffolding to streamline your web development. You can see in Visual Studio, I’ve got a mostly empty web application. This web application, already has ContosoPetsContext DbContext as well as an entity model. The entity model reflects a working database that’s already running in production. The first thing I’m going to do is I’m going to register our ContosoPetsContext with ASP.NET Core’s dependency injection container. The way I do this is by…

  • Como surgiu a internet e o que é Deep Web? [+16] ( subtitled )
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    Como surgiu a internet e o que é Deep Web? [+16] ( subtitled )

    Welcome to Entretenimentos Diversos. Let’s find out how the internet came about and what the Deep Web is! Have you ever stopped to ask yourself how the internet came about or what is the Deep Web? Not? So let’s know this and other curiosities! Attention: The video is for informational purposes only! The internet and the Deep Web: The internet is a global interconnection system, through networked computer systems, which use their own set of protocols, called TCP / IP, with the purpose of progressively serving users all over the world. Deep Web, on the other hand, is a division of the standard internet content, being considered a hidden web,…

  • ASP.NET Tutorial – 07 – Web Controls
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    ASP.NET Tutorial – 07 – Web Controls

    The web server controls are similar to the HTML controls in many ways, however they may represent more complex elements, instead of mapping directly to existing HTML tags. To see a list of them we can bring up the Toolbox in Visual Studio and expand the standard controls. As we can see ASP.NET has a large number of web controls available. To add one we can simply drag and drop the control where we want it placed. Double clicking also works to position it wherever the caret is located. Although this list do contain some rich controls such as the calendar, it seems as first glance that many of the…

  • Is Your Website ADA Compliant?
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    Is Your Website ADA Compliant?

    Just under 20% of Americans live with a disability. That’s almost 1 in 5 people using a laptop, holding a smart phone, and interacting with devices around you. The Americans with Disabilities Act grants each individual access to the same products and services regardless of impairment, meaning access for those with visual and physical disabilities that restrict the convenience of the internet. Things like proper sizing, color contrast, clear navigation, and tags for images improve how people interact with your website. Color contrast is important because people with visual impairments have difficulty differentiating colors. Most of you can read this text just fine, but as we change the size and…

  • Ze Frank’s web playroom
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    Ze Frank’s web playroom

    Every presentation needs this slide in it. (Laughter) It’s beautiful, isn’t it? Do you see? All the points, all the lines — it’s incredible. It is the network; and in my case, the network has been important in media, because I get to connect to people. Isn’t it amazing? Through that, I connect to people. And the way that I’ve been doing it has been multifaceted. For example, I get people to dress up their vacuum cleaners. (Laughter) I put together projects like Earth Sandwich, where I ask people to try and simultaneously place two pieces of bread perfectly opposite each other on the Earth. And people started laying bread…