Category: .Net Programming

GZipStream Class to Compress and Decompress Stream Data

Provides methods and properties used to compress and decompress streams. Namespace: System.IO.Compression Assembly: System (in system.dll)   This class represents the gzip data format, which uses an industry standard algorithm for lossless file compression and decompression. The format includes a cyclic redundancy check value for detecting data corruption. The gzip data format uses the same […]

GZipStream Class to Compress and Decompress Stream Data

Provides methods and properties used to compress and decompress streams. Namespace: System.IO.Compression Assembly: System (in system.dll)   This class represents the gzip data format, which uses an industry standard algorithm for lossless file compression and decompression. The format includes a cyclic redundancy check value for detecting data corruption. The gzip data format uses the same […]

SingleTon Object

Introduction Sometime we need a class that has to be instantiated only once. That means we cannot have more than one instance for a class. Here singleton comes into picture. Singleton object is not a new thing come from oops concept. Let us read how easy it is. Implementation Typically every class is instantiated using […]

SingleTon Object

Introduction Sometime we need a class that has to be instantiated only once. That means we cannot have more than one instance for a class. Here singleton comes into picture. Singleton object is not a new thing come from oops concept. Let us read how easy it is. Implementation Typically every class is instantiated using […]

OOPS Concepts and .NET Part 2 Inheritance, Abstraction, Polymorphism

Summary The following article is the second of a three-part article series that presents definitions and samples for different Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) concepts and its implementation in .NET. The first part examined the concepts of classes, objects, and structures. This part examines the concepts of inheritance, abstraction, and polymorphism. The third and last part will […]

OOPS Concepts and .NET Part 2 Inheritance, Abstraction, Polymorphism

Summary The following article is the second of a three-part article series that presents definitions and samples for different Object-Oriented Programming (OOP) concepts and its implementation in .NET. The first part examined the concepts of classes, objects, and structures. This part examines the concepts of inheritance, abstraction, and polymorphism. The third and last part will […]

Introduction to .NET Remoting – Part [1]

Click Here to visit our website Welcome to the world of Distributed Application! The article will give you introduction to the world of Distributed Application development and its respective technologies. What is Remoting? “Remoting” is the process of programs interacting across certain boundaries. The boundaries are either different processes or different machines. In .NET Framework, […]

Introduction to .NET Remoting – Part [1]

Click Here to visit our website Welcome to the world of Distributed Application! The article will give you introduction to the world of Distributed Application development and its respective technologies. What is Remoting? “Remoting” is the process of programs interacting across certain boundaries. The boundaries are either different processes or different machines. In .NET Framework, […]

Create a Working Map using Google Maps API

Click Here to visit Zonix’s Website Create a Working Map using Google Maps API   To include a Google map on an online site, you’ll need an API key which is tied to your site URL and your GMail account. First, visit http://www.google.com/apis/maps/signup.html. Make sure to read through the terms of use — there are […]

Create a Working Map using Google Maps API

Click Here to visit Zonix’s Website Create a Working Map using Google Maps API   To include a Google map on an online site, you’ll need an API key which is tied to your site URL and your GMail account. First, visit http://www.google.com/apis/maps/signup.html. Make sure to read through the terms of use — there are […]