.Net Remoting Overview
Distributed application is a set of components
distributed across network and work as if all the components are there on the
same computer. These components based technologies can be developed using DCOM,
CORBA, RMI etc. These technologies are good for intranet
Remoting.Net allows components
to interact across application domains, processes, and machine boundaries, thus
allows applications to access remote resources in a networked
First one to have copy of server
object on the client machine and accessing local copy of object to call method.
This method is good suited when the object is not very big not having too many
To create remote class, you need to inherit from MarshalByRefObject
This article includes brief about
ASP.NET, advantages of ASP.NET, navigation sequence of ASP.NET web form, web
Form components, .NET framework, event handlers in ASP.NET, web form events,
server control events in ASP.NET, and server controls vs. HTML controls,
validation controls, navigation, and steps to store cookies, ways to
authenticate and authorize users in ASP.NET etc.
This includes introduction of .Net framework, .Net framework architecture, role
of assembly and GAC.
This includes explanation of code security, Principal object, declarative and
imperative security, role-based security, code access security and code group.
This article explains .Net assembly, private and shared assembly, satellite
assemblies, resource-only assembly, ResourceManager class, strong name, global
Here you can learn about break mode, options to step through code in .Net, Debug
Vs Trace in .Net, trace class, listeners collection of Trace and Debug objects
and Trace Switches.
This article explains about authentication, authorization, authentication mode
and impersonation in ASP.NET.
This includes caching mechanism in ASP.NET, its advantages and types.
Here you have description of globalization, localization and their approaches in
ASP.NET. It also describes resource files and satellite assemblies.
This article has content about master page, its advantages and how to create
master page in ASP.NET. It also describes about multiple master page.
Here you have details about session state, its modes and advantages and
disadvantages of using session state management in ASP.NET.
With ASP.NET 2.0, Microsoft introduces a new feature known as validation groups,
which enables you to create different groups of validation controls and assign
them to input controls, such as text boxes. You can assign a validation group
to a collection of input controls if you want to validate the collection of
input controls on the same criteria............
One of the neat features of ASP.NET 2.0 is themes, which enable you to define
the appearance of a set of controls once and apply the appearance to your
entire web application............