Florida 2012 - 2nd to 5th April, 2012
ASP.NET is one of the most popular programming environments. ASP.NET is a rich programming framework for building web—based applications. It offers outstanding support for both developers and administrators, providing improved ease—of—use, tool support, reliability, scalability, administration, and security. The ASP.NET Quick Start walks through a series of sample code and concepts to teach you how to make the most of this powerful technology.
.NET has become the defacto new development environment for most enterprises. Developing .NET applications are relatively easy, but developing a .NET application to use a database effectively requires knowledge and planning.
Interfacing .NET effectively with a database requires developers to split much of the process between the database and the client. In this workshop, we will talk about how to design effective client/server/database interfaces using a MultiValue database.
Content Management Systems (CMS) provide end-users and power-users the ability to update websites without being programmers. There are many Open Source CMS systems on the Internet that would make your job easier.
If the company adds a new product line, or needs to update information the company website, why should they come to the programmer to do so. Using WordPress, DotNetNuke, Umbraco, Drupal, and scores of others would allow your company to update the information without having to bother you.
This session will talk about the different CMS options and how you can enhance and control content with MultiValue database information without sacrificing the CMS flexibility.
ASP.NET has been enhanced from the original WinForms approach to an the MVC (Model-View-Controller) approach in the last few years. More and more new ASP.NET development is using this structure and technology.
MultiValue database work very well in this environment. This quick-start will provide you samples and concepts that will allow you take advantage of this powerful technology.
This session will delve deeper into development of a Native iPhone application including how to access multivalue data from your iPhone app. This session will include the development of an application that demonstrates a native iPhone application.
Quickbooks has become the defacto standard for account packages. Most small businesses use it, and even some large businesses are starting to ask for support. Even though our enterprise systems have account modules, sometimes is easier to supply an interface to Quickbooks.
This session is a hands-on workshop to provide you a solution to connect to a Quickbooks database. We will show the different ways to import and update data, and the pit falls involved with using Quickbooks within our detail oriented world.
As a .NET programmer, working with a MultiValue Database doesn't always seem to conform to how you think it should be done. Surprising enough, MultiValue Database structure and interfaces fit the .NET object models better than traditional database.
Move beyond direct queries of the data, and learn how to use the full potential of the MultiValue database with stored procedures, and so how the to generate Datasets and Data Objects more efficiently.