Discuss the two types of pages supported by ASP .NET. How is an ASP.NET application created? How does an ASP.NET application differ from a desktop application? Explain the structure and syntax of an HTML page.
Create an ASP.NET application using Visual Studio .NET 2003. Your application should includfe at least one web form and five different types of controls. Feel free to create more than one instance of the same type. Also, you must change at least two properties of each instance on your form. Make sure to comment your application
Inter Comp. a computer seller, had been using their website only as a static marketing tool displaying product and company details. Now they have decided to sell PCs and printer on the website. They have decided to get it done using ASP technology. Prepare a document outlining how ASP can be used to put in an online shopping
Write an ASP page that has a form taking a user's name as input. Store this name in a permanent cookie that expires in 4 days, and whenever the page is opened again, default the name field to the cookie's content.
A mortgage calculator created in VB.NET 2008 web based in ASP.NET. The requirements are as follows:
Write the program in VB.Net with a graphical user interface. Make the program Web based.
Allow the user to select which way they want to calculate the mortgage:
By input of the amount of the mortgage, the term of the mor
Create a Visual Studio 2008 ASP.NET Web Site with one Web Form.
The Web Form consists of two parts. The first part is typical ASP.NET containing a RadioButtonList server control, Label server control and Button server control. Add three items to the Items collection of the RadioButtonList server control. Write an event hand
1. Explain how an array works.
2.Define the purpose of a pointer. Provide an example of how it can be used
3. What are the drawbacks to using pointers?
4. What risks does Open Source Development Platforms present that may not be present with Proprietary Development Platforms? Is C++ an Open Source or Proprietary Program