Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by VBGOD, Jul 7, 2003.
I have a great site, but would like to keep it low key.
Wouldn't want any of the retards to spam it.
PM please? And thank you.
I know, I know!
I love teh .net
vbgod pm with the site
C#.net owns me
i dont like that u have to use Visual Studio.net in case to program in C#, cause it would take forever or maybe wont even install on my laptop which is pretty old... Java works on it though, i use compile programs through command prompt
are there any other IDEs for .NET except visual studio.net ?
Other people have made IDEs, but of course you can just use notepad and the command line for C# too.
link to some of these ides?
Google...first result when you search for C# IDE
that takes me to http://ars.redhotguys.com/frs.php?c...h5q1W3i4TgW9SQ0cBxcjRKuxuLBgBRpu58PE=&a=75770
PM it to me
I've been building web aplications with sql server and asp.net for the last 6 months. I have to say that the ease of creating robust/proffessional web aplications with .Net is unreal.
I personally just can't get past the "way you're supposed to do it" in .NET. I don't like using a designer for my html, and I don't want to write the controls by hand. So I have a hard time with VS.NET and ASP.NET.
i dont use the form designer myself because i usually absolute positioning is not what you want. but you can use regular html with embeded .net controls. works great.
Yeah, I just need to spend the time learning the syntax. Hopefully I'll get some time some day soon.
I've got a large ASP site with an SQL Server. One of these days I'm going to entirely redo the site. I thought of doing some upgrades/changes here and there, but I'd rather start off from scratch (from the ground up). ASP.NET is much different and better than classic ASP. I'll have to find time in the next few months to do this.
Question, ASP (old ASP) is very simple to work with, but kind of dirty and slow. Would you recommend ASP.NET for a 20+ page site? Do you add some sort of security to each form? As in, check for a cookie or something.
In my sites that require a valid user, I always check for a session variable I set when they login. If they don't have it, I kick em out. I just include the page (that has this logic) at the top of every page. I'm sure ASP.NET can do something very similar, or has a better way of doing it.