04/01/2004

April 2004 - ASP.NET Performance Tips

Here are seven ways to boost the performance of your Web pages and sites. Plus learn how ASP.NET 2.0's new features let you create and maintain data-driven Web apps with 70 percent less code than you needed with ASP.NET 1.0, create a shared database to provide interoperability between .NET and J2EE platform and more.


In-Depth

Speed Up Your ASP.NET Pages

Users will notice how much faster your Web pages and sites run when you apply these seven ASP.NET tips to your coding.


Special Reports

Create a .NET-J2EE Shared Database

Create a shared database to provide interoperability between .NET and J2EE platforms, then extend it with a notification level between platforms.


Q&A

Transfer Files Over the Internet

Use FTP or HTTP POST to transfer files over the Internet with .NET. Also learn how to secure a database Connection string.


First Looks

Leverage Advanced Grid Components

ComponentOne's Studio Enterprise suite offers feature-rich components for desktop, Web, and mobile app development, available by annual subscription with quarterly updates.


Developer Product Briefs

Edit Your SQL Data

Check out the latest Visual Studio third-party add-ons, including one that helps you edit your database's data and properties during a debug session.


Editor's Note

Offshoring Shakes Up Developer Landscape

Offshoring is changing the nature of what it is to be a developer today, much as HMOs have changed what it is to be a doctor. What does this mean to you?


Getting Started

Build an RSS Generator Component

Learn how to create an RSS feed for publishing data to subscriber apps. You can use the handy RssGen sample component as a starting point for your own data feed generator.


Guest Opinion

Save the Hobbyist Programmer

The hobbyist/part-time programmer is becoming an endangered species. However, we as an industry need the skills this person provides.


Letters from Readers

Pros and Cons of SQLXML

Roger Jennings and a reader acknowledge that using the SQLXML interface to provide HTTP access to SQL Server is not appropriate for high-performance enterprise solutions.


Practical ASP.NET

Shrink ASP.NET Code by 70 Percent

ASP.NET 2.0's new features let you create and maintain data-driven Web apps with 70 percent less code than you needed with ASP.NET 1.0


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