Archive for January, 2010

ASP.NET Object model

January 23, 2010 Leave a comment

Woow, this object model is a basic and must learn topic for all.

Msdn has posted a article which explains the core concepts and with samples too.

This will definitely be a quick reference for all.


And  now coming to the very basic http object model

The below article will serve the purpose for all.

This article explains the indepth and clear understanding of the pipeline


Categories: SQL and .NET Blog

Getting started with Windows Mobile apps and Compact framework

January 17, 2010 Leave a comment


First Checking the pre-requisites and creating a basic Hello world application :

1. Check whether your mobile device has “Active Sync” Installed.

2. Now to install “Microsoft .NET Compact framework V3.5” in your mobile device.

Go to the path : “C:\Program Files\Microsoft.NET\SDK\CompactFramework\v3.5\WindowsCE”

and you can c the list of cab files…

I have installed the selected one… Since mine is a Windows mobile and Armv4i – Hence “” is the right file for me.

Check this with urs and copy the appropriate cab file to ur device storage card and click to install the “Microsoft .NET Compact framework V3.5” in your mobile device.

3. Create a test Application on compact framework and execute in the mobile device.

Goto ur Visual studio 2008 SDK and File -> New –> Project –>

Now a prompt message appears… Check all as per the colored boxes…

New project will appear in your solution explorer and click on the forms and write ur own application…


In the toolbox, drag and drop the label control and set its properties text to “Hello World”.

Now as usual build ur project and a .exe file will be placed in the “\bin\Debug” folder. Copy the .exe file to ur device and click to execute.



Categories: SQL and .NET Blog

Live flight tracking system.

January 11, 2010 Leave a comment


Wow, this is really a cool new technology. The live flight tracking system.

Currently, this is open to public for only 1 city, soon this will be global.     This is not as dynamic as the above one…


China blocks most prestigious websites

January 8, 2010 Leave a comment

Mad Chinese have shown the reality now.

They have started blocking all the most hitting and famous sites in the world, to safeguard their society. This will bring in turn more madness to them.

here’s proof: List of websites blocked by CHINA

Includes : Facebook, Youtube, Flickr, Tripod, Technorati, Blogspot, Picasa, Plurk, Wretch, Webshots, Tumblr, Twitter, metacafe … and so on…

and also Hotmail, GOOGLE, YAHOO


Categories: Hacker, Miscellaneous