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controlsPlease could some of you here post some of your live examples of AJAX
(esp drag panels, collapsable panels, and popup menu.)
(It's one thing to talk about how great something is, but it's another to
really see how great something is.)

Thanks
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Jun 12 '07 #1
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On Jun 12, 10:37 am, Yankee Imperialist Dog
<YankeeImperial ist...@discussi ons.microsoft.c omwrote:
controlsPlease could some of you here post some of your live examples of AJAX
(esp drag panels, collapsable panels, and popup menu.)
(It's one thing to talk about how great something is, but it's another to
really see how great something is.)

Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
You should check out the content under ajax.asp.net for what you're
looking for. They have great video tutorials and sample applications
(with source) for you to download.

Jun 12 '07 #2
Thanks for replying,
They great examples and i've gone through them and the source, and i've
played around withthem making modifications, but they are not real work
examples.
Do you have any sites where these items are included in production?
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
"Javier G. Lozano" wrote:
On Jun 12, 10:37 am, Yankee Imperialist Dog
<YankeeImperial ist...@discussi ons.microsoft.c omwrote:
controlsPlease could some of you here post some of your live examples of AJAX
(esp drag panels, collapsable panels, and popup menu.)
(It's one thing to talk about how great something is, but it's another to
really see how great something is.)

Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!

You should check out the content under ajax.asp.net for what you're
looking for. They have great video tutorials and sample applications
(with source) for you to download.

Jun 12 '07 #3
Hi Mr. Dog,

What kind of "real work" are you trying to accomplish? What
examples/techniques do you need shown? The AJAX video tutorials apply
metaphorically to how you might want to develop for production.

Two things you might want to look at:
a) if you're looking for ultra-efficiency your AJAX deployments, read Jeff
Prosise's MSDN article on UpdatePanel (or attend one of his insanely great
talks.) In a nutshell, Prosise explains how the "dirty little secret" of the
easy-to-use UpdatePanel is that it is great for insuring a nice AJAX-ey user
experience, but lousy from the point of view of server/ network efficiency.
The server must generate nearly an entire postback's worth of processing --
not lightweight as some presume all AJAX stuff might be. Prosise
demonstrates some handcoding that is much more efficient.

b) If you're looking for some other very capable AJAX-enabled widgets for
"real work," take a look at Telerik's component set.

-KF
"Yankee Imperialist Dog" <Ya************ ******@discussi ons.microsoft.c om>
wrote in message news:6D******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
Thanks for replying,
They great examples and i've gone through them and the source, and i've
played around withthem making modifications, but they are not real work
examples.
Do you have any sites where these items are included in production?
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
"Javier G. Lozano" wrote:
>On Jun 12, 10:37 am, Yankee Imperialist Dog
<YankeeImperia list...@discuss ions.microsoft. comwrote:
controlsPlease could some of you here post some of your live examples
of AJAX
(esp drag panels, collapsable panels, and popup menu.)
(It's one thing to talk about how great something is, but it's another
to
really see how great something is.)

Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!

You should check out the content under ajax.asp.net for what you're
looking for. They have great video tutorials and sample applications
(with source) for you to download.


Jun 12 '07 #4
with respect i thank you for your reply,
I know that the vid's are great (seen'em), the examples are great (done'em),
and i even know that the server pays a high price for the MS version of AJAX
(FYI other technologies such as ColdFusion pay less of a price, doesn't
really need to do a full post back.) after attending the seminars at
Microsoft.

Ah, by "real work" i mean real, not examples. Do you have a link to a site
that "really" uses MS AJAX?

I just want some one who has created a site using AJAX to give me a link so
i can see what they have done. Not looking for widgets, and no i'm nogoing to
steal code. i want to actually see a site the uses AJAX.

I really would appreciate you help if you can give it.
Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
"ke*****@nospam .nospam" wrote:
Hi Mr. Dog,

What kind of "real work" are you trying to accomplish? What
examples/techniques do you need shown? The AJAX video tutorials apply
metaphorically to how you might want to develop for production.

Two things you might want to look at:
a) if you're looking for ultra-efficiency your AJAX deployments, read Jeff
Prosise's MSDN article on UpdatePanel (or attend one of his insanely great
talks.) In a nutshell, Prosise explains how the "dirty little secret" of the
easy-to-use UpdatePanel is that it is great for insuring a nice AJAX-ey user
experience, but lousy from the point of view of server/ network efficiency.
The server must generate nearly an entire postback's worth of processing --
not lightweight as some presume all AJAX stuff might be. Prosise
demonstrates some handcoding that is much more efficient.

b) If you're looking for some other very capable AJAX-enabled widgets for
"real work," take a look at Telerik's component set.

-KF
"Yankee Imperialist Dog" <Ya************ ******@discussi ons.microsoft.c om>
wrote in message news:6D******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
Thanks for replying,
They great examples and i've gone through them and the source, and i've
played around withthem making modifications, but they are not real work
examples.
Do you have any sites where these items are included in production?
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
"Javier G. Lozano" wrote:
On Jun 12, 10:37 am, Yankee Imperialist Dog
<YankeeImperial ist...@discussi ons.microsoft.c omwrote:
controlsPlease could some of you here post some of your live examples
of AJAX
(esp drag panels, collapsable panels, and popup menu.)
(It's one thing to talk about how great something is, but it's another
to
really see how great something is.)

Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!

You should check out the content under ajax.asp.net for what you're
looking for. They have great video tutorials and sample applications
(with source) for you to download.



Jun 12 '07 #5
FWIW I will have some "real work" that "really" uses MS AJAX Real Soon Now,
and I'd be happy to send you a link. I do not care if you steal code.

I'm sure that as MSFT's Ajax stuff matures, there will be "leaner and
meaner" controls for doing updates. It's a little weird to call ASP.NET AJAX
a "technology " -- it's more of an good implementation of an existing tech
with the goal being a simpler and more abstracted experience for the client
programmer (you and me.) If you believe in AJAX and its premises, it should
be possible for Microsoft to make something that makes you happy.

-KF

"Yankee Imperialist Dog" <Ya************ ******@discussi ons.microsoft.c om>
wrote in message news:CB******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
with respect i thank you for your reply,
I know that the vid's are great (seen'em), the examples are great
(done'em),
and i even know that the server pays a high price for the MS version of
AJAX
(FYI other technologies such as ColdFusion pay less of a price, doesn't
really need to do a full post back.) after attending the seminars at
Microsoft.

Ah, by "real work" i mean real, not examples. Do you have a link to a
site
that "really" uses MS AJAX?

I just want some one who has created a site using AJAX to give me a link
so
i can see what they have done. Not looking for widgets, and no i'm nogoing
to
steal code. i want to actually see a site the uses AJAX.

I really would appreciate you help if you can give it.
Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
"ke*****@nospam .nospam" wrote:
>Hi Mr. Dog,

What kind of "real work" are you trying to accomplish? What
examples/techniques do you need shown? The AJAX video tutorials apply
metaphorical ly to how you might want to develop for production.

Two things you might want to look at:
a) if you're looking for ultra-efficiency your AJAX deployments, read
Jeff
Prosise's MSDN article on UpdatePanel (or attend one of his insanely
great
talks.) In a nutshell, Prosise explains how the "dirty little secret" of
the
easy-to-use UpdatePanel is that it is great for insuring a nice AJAX-ey
user
experience, but lousy from the point of view of server/ network
efficiency.
The server must generate nearly an entire postback's worth of
processing --
not lightweight as some presume all AJAX stuff might be. Prosise
demonstrates some handcoding that is much more efficient.

b) If you're looking for some other very capable AJAX-enabled widgets for
"real work," take a look at Telerik's component set.

-KF
"Yankee Imperialist Dog" <Ya************ ******@discussi ons.microsoft.c om>
wrote in message
news:6D******* *************** ************@mi crosoft.com...
Thanks for replying,
They great examples and i've gone through them and the source, and i've
played around withthem making modifications, but they are not real work
examples.
Do you have any sites where these items are included in production?
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
"Javier G. Lozano" wrote:

On Jun 12, 10:37 am, Yankee Imperialist Dog
<YankeeImperia list...@discuss ions.microsoft. comwrote:
controlsPlease could some of you here post some of your live
examples
of AJAX
(esp drag panels, collapsable panels, and popup menu.)
(It's one thing to talk about how great something is, but it's
another
to
really see how great something is.)

Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!

You should check out the content under ajax.asp.net for what you're
looking for. They have great video tutorials and sample applications
(with source) for you to download.




Jun 12 '07 #6
KF.
i would be interested in seeing an 'real working AJAX enabled site'
myself. All I've seen and done are examples but haven't seen a real site
using the stuff. I'm curious how it performs in a real world environment
using database data to populate the controls, etc. I've to have done the
examples, the videos, etc and they're all good, but I would like to see a
real site (a non microsoft owned site) using this technology.
<ke*****@nospam .nospamwrote in message
news:eU******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP03.phx.gbl...
FWIW I will have some "real work" that "really" uses MS AJAX Real Soon
Now, and I'd be happy to send you a link. I do not care if you steal code.

I'm sure that as MSFT's Ajax stuff matures, there will be "leaner and
meaner" controls for doing updates. It's a little weird to call ASP.NET
AJAX a "technology " -- it's more of an good implementation of an existing
tech with the goal being a simpler and more abstracted experience for the
client programmer (you and me.) If you believe in AJAX and its premises,
it should be possible for Microsoft to make something that makes you
happy.

-KF

"Yankee Imperialist Dog" <Ya************ ******@discussi ons.microsoft.c om>
wrote in message
news:CB******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
>with respect i thank you for your reply,
I know that the vid's are great (seen'em), the examples are great
(done'em),
and i even know that the server pays a high price for the MS version of
AJAX
(FYI other technologies such as ColdFusion pay less of a price, doesn't
really need to do a full post back.) after attending the seminars at
Microsoft.

Ah, by "real work" i mean real, not examples. Do you have a link to a
site
that "really" uses MS AJAX?

I just want some one who has created a site using AJAX to give me a link
so
i can see what they have done. Not looking for widgets, and no i'm
nogoing to
steal code. i want to actually see a site the uses AJAX.

I really would appreciate you help if you can give it.
Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
"ke*****@nospa m.nospam" wrote:
>>Hi Mr. Dog,

What kind of "real work" are you trying to accomplish? What
examples/techniques do you need shown? The AJAX video tutorials apply
metaphoricall y to how you might want to develop for production.

Two things you might want to look at:
a) if you're looking for ultra-efficiency your AJAX deployments, read
Jeff
Prosise's MSDN article on UpdatePanel (or attend one of his insanely
great
talks.) In a nutshell, Prosise explains how the "dirty little secret" of
the
easy-to-use UpdatePanel is that it is great for insuring a nice AJAX-ey
user
experience, but lousy from the point of view of server/ network
efficiency.
The server must generate nearly an entire postback's worth of
processing --
not lightweight as some presume all AJAX stuff might be. Prosise
demonstrate s some handcoding that is much more efficient.

b) If you're looking for some other very capable AJAX-enabled widgets
for
"real work," take a look at Telerik's component set.

-KF
"Yankee Imperialist Dog"
<Ya********** ********@discus sions.microsoft .com>
wrote in message
news:6D****** *************** *************@m icrosoft.com...
Thanks for replying,
They great examples and i've gone through them and the source, and
i've
played around withthem making modifications, but they are not real
work
examples.
Do you have any sites where these items are included in production?
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
"Javier G. Lozano" wrote:

On Jun 12, 10:37 am, Yankee Imperialist Dog
<YankeeImperi alist...@discus sions.microsoft .comwrote:
controlsPlea se could some of you here post some of your live
examples
of AJAX
(esp drag panels, collapsable panels, and popup menu.)
(It's one thing to talk about how great something is, but it's
another
to
really see how great something is.)

Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!

You should check out the content under ajax.asp.net for what you're
looking for. They have great video tutorials and sample applications
(with source) for you to download.




Jun 12 '07 #7
On the ASP.NET website, there is a page with pointers to showcase websites:
http://ajax.asp.net/showcase/default.aspx

My personal favorite is www.pageflakes.com. The main developer wrote a nice
couple of articles about his development experience:

http://www.codeproject.com/Ajax/aspnetajaxtips.asp
http://www.codeproject.com/Ajax/MakingGoogleIG.asp

--
enjoy - brians
http://www.limbertech.com
"Mike" wrote:
KF.
i would be interested in seeing an 'real working AJAX enabled site'
myself. All I've seen and done are examples but haven't seen a real site
using the stuff. I'm curious how it performs in a real world environment
using database data to populate the controls, etc. I've to have done the
examples, the videos, etc and they're all good, but I would like to see a
real site (a non microsoft owned site) using this technology.
<ke*****@nospam .nospamwrote in message
news:eU******** ******@TK2MSFTN GP03.phx.gbl...
FWIW I will have some "real work" that "really" uses MS AJAX Real Soon
Now, and I'd be happy to send you a link. I do not care if you steal code.

I'm sure that as MSFT's Ajax stuff matures, there will be "leaner and
meaner" controls for doing updates. It's a little weird to call ASP.NET
AJAX a "technology " -- it's more of an good implementation of an existing
tech with the goal being a simpler and more abstracted experience for the
client programmer (you and me.) If you believe in AJAX and its premises,
it should be possible for Microsoft to make something that makes you
happy.

-KF

"Yankee Imperialist Dog" <Ya************ ******@discussi ons.microsoft.c om>
wrote in message
news:CB******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
with respect i thank you for your reply,
I know that the vid's are great (seen'em), the examples are great
(done'em),
and i even know that the server pays a high price for the MS version of
AJAX
(FYI other technologies such as ColdFusion pay less of a price, doesn't
really need to do a full post back.) after attending the seminars at
Microsoft.

Ah, by "real work" i mean real, not examples. Do you have a link to a
site
that "really" uses MS AJAX?

I just want some one who has created a site using AJAX to give me a link
so
i can see what they have done. Not looking for widgets, and no i'm
nogoing to
steal code. i want to actually see a site the uses AJAX.

I really would appreciate you help if you can give it.
Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
"ke*****@nospam .nospam" wrote:

Hi Mr. Dog,

What kind of "real work" are you trying to accomplish? What
examples/techniques do you need shown? The AJAX video tutorials apply
metaphorical ly to how you might want to develop for production.

Two things you might want to look at:
a) if you're looking for ultra-efficiency your AJAX deployments, read
Jeff
Prosise's MSDN article on UpdatePanel (or attend one of his insanely
great
talks.) In a nutshell, Prosise explains how the "dirty little secret" of
the
easy-to-use UpdatePanel is that it is great for insuring a nice AJAX-ey
user
experience, but lousy from the point of view of server/ network
efficiency.
The server must generate nearly an entire postback's worth of
processing --
not lightweight as some presume all AJAX stuff might be. Prosise
demonstrates some handcoding that is much more efficient.

b) If you're looking for some other very capable AJAX-enabled widgets
for
"real work," take a look at Telerik's component set.

-KF
"Yankee Imperialist Dog"
<Ya*********** *******@discuss ions.microsoft. com>
wrote in message
news:6D******* *************** ************@mi crosoft.com...
Thanks for replying,
They great examples and i've gone through them and the source, and
i've
played around withthem making modifications, but they are not real
work
examples.
Do you have any sites where these items are included in production?
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
"Javier G. Lozano" wrote:

On Jun 12, 10:37 am, Yankee Imperialist Dog
<YankeeImperia list...@discuss ions.microsoft. comwrote:
controlsPlease could some of you here post some of your live
examples
of AJAX
(esp drag panels, collapsable panels, and popup menu.)
(It's one thing to talk about how great something is, but it's
another
to
really see how great something is.)

Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!

You should check out the content under ajax.asp.net for what you're
looking for. They have great video tutorials and sample applications
(with source) for you to download.




Jun 12 '07 #8
Hi,
I think this is what you are looking for:
http://www.ajaximpact.com/ajaxdemo.php
--
Hope this helps.
Thanks and Regards.
Manish Bafna.
MCP and MCTS.

"Yankee Imperialist Dog" wrote:
controlsPlease could some of you here post some of your live examples of AJAX
(esp drag panels, collapsable panels, and popup menu.)
(It's one thing to talk about how great something is, but it's another to
really see how great something is.)

Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
Jun 13 '07 #9
I want to see 'non microsoft owned web sites' and real world web sites.
some of these sites if not all are owned by Microsoft.

I checked out pageflakes.com before and I did like it. Its a nice looking
'portal'.
"brians[MCSD]" <br********@dis cussions.micros oft.comwrote in message
news:6C******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
On the ASP.NET website, there is a page with pointers to showcase
websites:
http://ajax.asp.net/showcase/default.aspx

My personal favorite is www.pageflakes.com. The main developer wrote a
nice
couple of articles about his development experience:

http://www.codeproject.com/Ajax/aspnetajaxtips.asp
http://www.codeproject.com/Ajax/MakingGoogleIG.asp

--
enjoy - brians
http://www.limbertech.com
"Mike" wrote:
>KF.
i would be interested in seeing an 'real working AJAX enabled site'
myself. All I've seen and done are examples but haven't seen a real site
using the stuff. I'm curious how it performs in a real world environment
using database data to populate the controls, etc. I've to have done the
examples, the videos, etc and they're all good, but I would like to see a
real site (a non microsoft owned site) using this technology.
<ke*****@nospa m.nospamwrote in message
news:eU******* *******@TK2MSFT NGP03.phx.gbl.. .
FWIW I will have some "real work" that "really" uses MS AJAX Real Soon
Now, and I'd be happy to send you a link. I do not care if you steal
code.

I'm sure that as MSFT's Ajax stuff matures, there will be "leaner and
meaner" controls for doing updates. It's a little weird to call ASP.NET
AJAX a "technology " -- it's more of an good implementation of an
existing
tech with the goal being a simpler and more abstracted experience for
the
client programmer (you and me.) If you believe in AJAX and its
premises,
it should be possible for Microsoft to make something that makes you
happy.

-KF

"Yankee Imperialist Dog"
<Ya************ ******@discussi ons.microsoft.c om>
wrote in message
news:CB******** *************** ***********@mic rosoft.com...
with respect i thank you for your reply,
I know that the vid's are great (seen'em), the examples are great
(done'em),
and i even know that the server pays a high price for the MS version
of
AJAX
(FYI other technologies such as ColdFusion pay less of a price,
doesn't
really need to do a full post back.) after attending the seminars at
Microsoft.

Ah, by "real work" i mean real, not examples. Do you have a link to a
site
that "really" uses MS AJAX?

I just want some one who has created a site using AJAX to give me a
link
so
i can see what they have done. Not looking for widgets, and no i'm
nogoing to
steal code. i want to actually see a site the uses AJAX.

I really would appreciate you help if you can give it.
Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
"ke*****@nospa m.nospam" wrote:

Hi Mr. Dog,

What kind of "real work" are you trying to accomplish? What
examples/techniques do you need shown? The AJAX video tutorials apply
metaphoricall y to how you might want to develop for production.

Two things you might want to look at:
a) if you're looking for ultra-efficiency your AJAX deployments, read
Jeff
Prosise's MSDN article on UpdatePanel (or attend one of his insanely
great
talks.) In a nutshell, Prosise explains how the "dirty little secret"
of
the
easy-to-use UpdatePanel is that it is great for insuring a nice
AJAX-ey
user
experience, but lousy from the point of view of server/ network
efficiency.
The server must generate nearly an entire postback's worth of
processing --
not lightweight as some presume all AJAX stuff might be. Prosise
demonstrate s some handcoding that is much more efficient.

b) If you're looking for some other very capable AJAX-enabled widgets
for
"real work," take a look at Telerik's component set.

-KF
"Yankee Imperialist Dog"
<Ya********** ********@discus sions.microsoft .com>
wrote in message
news:6D****** *************** *************@m icrosoft.com...
Thanks for replying,
They great examples and i've gone through them and the source, and
i've
played around withthem making modifications, but they are not real
work
examples.
Do you have any sites where these items are included in production?
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do you!
"Javier G. Lozano" wrote:

On Jun 12, 10:37 am, Yankee Imperialist Dog
<YankeeImperi alist...@discus sions.microsoft .comwrote:
controlsPlea se could some of you here post some of your live
examples
of AJAX
(esp drag panels, collapsable panels, and popup menu.)
(It's one thing to talk about how great something is, but it's
another
to
really see how great something is.)

Thanks
--
Share The Knowledge. I need all the help I can get and so do
you!

You should check out the content under ajax.asp.net for what
you're
looking for. They have great video tutorials and sample
application s
(with source) for you to download.





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Hi all, I've seen a lot of ajax examples on the web that used an event handler called 'processChange' for the onreadystatechange event. Normally, this looks like this: if(window.XMLHttpRequest) obj = new XMLHttpRequest(); else if(window.ActiveXObject) obj = new ActiveXObject('Microsoft.XMLHTTP');
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by: crocodilu2008 | last post by:
JSON vs. XML JSON and XML are basically used for the same purpose—to represent and interchange data. I'll try to show you why you might want to use JSON rather than XML in an AJAX context by showing you an example of how an data class (actually, a list of PHP documentation pages) might be represented, first in XML. and then in JSON. This...
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marktang
by: marktang | last post by:
ONU (Optical Network Unit) is one of the key components for providing high-speed Internet services. Its primary function is to act as an endpoint device located at the user's premises. However, people are often confused as to whether an ONU can Work As a Router. In this blog post, we’ll explore What is ONU, What Is Router, ONU & Router’s main...
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by: Hystou | last post by:
Most computers default to English, but sometimes we require a different language, especially when relocating. Forgot to request a specific language before your computer shipped? No problem! You can effortlessly switch the default language on Windows 10 without reinstalling. I'll walk you through it. First, let's disable language...
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Oralloy
by: Oralloy | last post by:
Hello folks, I am unable to find appropriate documentation on the type promotion of bit-fields when using the generalised comparison operator "<=>". The problem is that using the GNU compilers, it seems that the internal comparison operator "<=>" tries to promote arguments from unsigned to signed. This is as boiled down as I can make it. ...
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jinu1996
by: jinu1996 | last post by:
In today's digital age, having a compelling online presence is paramount for businesses aiming to thrive in a competitive landscape. At the heart of this digital strategy lies an intricately woven tapestry of website design and digital marketing. It's not merely about having a website; it's about crafting an immersive digital experience that...
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by: Hystou | last post by:
Overview: Windows 11 and 10 have less user interface control over operating system update behaviour than previous versions of Windows. In Windows 11 and 10, there is no way to turn off the Windows Update option using the Control Panel or Settings app; it automatically checks for updates and installs any it finds, whether you like it or not. For...
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tracyyun
by: tracyyun | last post by:
Dear forum friends, With the development of smart home technology, a variety of wireless communication protocols have appeared on the market, such as Zigbee, Z-Wave, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, etc. Each protocol has its own unique characteristics and advantages, but as a user who is planning to build a smart home system, I am a bit confused by the...
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agi2029
by: agi2029 | last post by:
Let's talk about the concept of autonomous AI software engineers and no-code agents. These AIs are designed to manage the entire lifecycle of a software development project—planning, coding, testing, and deployment—without human intervention. Imagine an AI that can take a project description, break it down, write the code, debug it, and then...
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isladogs
by: isladogs | last post by:
The next Access Europe User Group meeting will be on Wednesday 1 May 2024 starting at 18:00 UK time (6PM UTC+1) and finishing by 19:30 (7.30PM). In this session, we are pleased to welcome a new presenter, Adolph Dupré who will be discussing some powerful techniques for using class modules. He will explain when you may want to use classes...
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by: conductexam | last post by:
I have .net C# application in which I am extracting data from word file and save it in database particularly. To store word all data as it is I am converting the whole word file firstly in HTML and then checking html paragraph one by one. At the time of converting from word file to html my equations which are in the word document file was convert...

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