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Implementing meaningful applications using the .NET 2005 Beta 2
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Creating an Application from Scratch, Part 3
Jesse Liberty is creating an application from scratch in ASP.NET 2.0 while you watch over his shoulder. In part 3, he builds the engine and implements it. Feb. 14, 2006

Creating an Application from Scratch, Part 2
Jesse Liberty is creating an application from scratch in ASP.NET 2.0 while you watch over his shoulder. In part 2, he starts building the application, making use of Amazon Web Services. Jan. 31, 2006

Just-In-Time Data Loading For DataGrids
One of Jesse Liberty's clients has a problem: she has a database with 2 million records and wants to display these records in a data grid, but does not want to load them all into memory from the database. She wants them loaded "just in time." Jesse shows how to use the new DataGridView to neatly solve the problem. Dec. 20, 2005

Creating an Application from Scratch, Part 1
Watch over Jesse Liberty's virtual shoulder as he documents his creation of a real-world application from scratch. In real time--that is, as he develops it. Nov. 14, 2005

Building a Complex Custom Control: Rolodex
This article marks the end of "Liberty on Whidbey" and the beginning of a new column: "Liberty On Beta 2." Each article will demonstrate a real-world problem Jesse's had to solve for a client, and will leave you with a complete design and working code. Jesse had a customer who asked for a complex Windows application that would let him scroll through a list of customers, suppliers, or employees, using the visual metaphor of a Rolodex, much as he might look at contacts in Outlook. Jul. 11, 2005




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