Connected and Disconnected Architecture

  • Connected and Disconnected Architecture

  • ADO.NET (Active x Data Object) is a mediator between the front end and back end that interacts with the client-side application and server-side application which supports two types of Data Accessing models, one is Connection-oriented and Disconnected oriented.
  • ADO.NET leverages the power of XML for accessing data using disconnected architecture. It was completely designed with XML classes in .NET Framework. Continue reading “Connected and Disconnected Architecture”
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what are the new features in C# 6.0. Best Dot Net Training

what are the new features in C# 6.0? Best Dot Net Training

Agenda: New Features of C# 6.0

  1. String Interpolation
  2. Null Conditional Operator
  3. Auto Property Initializer
  4. Dictionary / Index Initializer
  5. Expression-bodied function members
  6. Static Using
  7. name of Expression
  8. Exception Filters
  9. Declaration Expressions
  10. await in catch and finally block

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Understanding and Programming Classes and Objects

Understanding and Programming Classes and Objects

In MS.NET when an object is created there is no way to get the address of an object. Only the reference to the object is given through which we can access the members of the class for a given object. When an object is created all the variables (value/ reference types) are allocated the memory in a heap as a single unit and default values are set to them based on their data types.

Account Example:
Steps to create an Account Application:
1. Create a new project (File => New Project). Name: Account Application, Project Type: C#, Template: Windows Application
2. View =>Solution Explorer, Right Click on Project => Add => Class and name it as Account
3. To class, add the following code:
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