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Installing Nuget package with package manager console step by step overview.

I have already blogged about NuGet in earlier post about how to install NuGet packages to your project with wizard. NuGet Extension also provides an package manager console to add library to your projects. Let’s install a blogml package via package manager console. So if you still not installed NuGet exntension then please read my earlier post here that explains how to install the NuGet Extension. Once you are done with installing NuGet Extension to go to package manager console. You have to click Tools->Library package manager –>Package Manager console like following.Once you click that menu you will get package manager console like following. One you load an command line is available to you just need to write command to find packages and then you need to write command to install packages. let’s first see how many packages are available with the NuGet Extension. So first you have to write ‘get-package –remote’ command in command line to see what packages are available as follow…

Getting Started with NuGet Packages step by step overview.

We can all see lots of buzz about NuGet in world. So I decided to explore it. let’s explore it in some details. Following is a explanation of NuGet Extension on the code plex here.

"NuGet is a Visual Studio extension that makes it easy to add, remove, and update libraries and tools in Visual Studio projects that use the .NET Framework. When you add a library or tool, NuGet copies files to your solution and automatically makes whatever changes are needed in your project, such as adding references and changing your app.config or web.config file. When you remove a library, NuGet removes files and reverses whatever changes it made in your project so that no clutter is left."
So in simple words is a Visual Studio Extension which will help you the add,remove and update libraries in your visual studio project. Installing NuGetLet’s see how we can install it. For that first you have to go thorough the Tools->Extension Manager and then search for nuget and it will appear in …

Programmatically creating request and handling response

Recently one of the my friends asked about how to create a web request in to a url outside of project. So I decided to write a small blog post regarding this. This web request can be easily created with httpwebrequest class and you can easily consume the response we are getting from this. This kind of request can be very useful when you are implementing payment gateways or other third party components. Following is a code for it. It is very easy.using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Web;
using System.Web.UI;
using System.Web.UI.WebControls;
using System.Net;
using System.IO;

namespace Experiment
public partial class WebForm1 : System.Web.UI.Page
protected void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e)
string url = "http://localhost:1798/WebForm2.aspx";
HttpWebRequest httpWebRequest = (HttpWebRequest)WebRequest.Create(url);
httpWebRequest.Method = "POST";

JQuery UI 1.8.9 new version launch today

JQuery UI contains great controls and it’s very useful when developing sites. Today a new version of Jquery UI is launched.You can find more details about that from following link.’s contains Bug fixes for Datepicker, Tabs and other things and also contains some localization improvements on the date picker.Technorati Tags: ,

Multi Monitor Support in Visual Studio 2010

In this blog post we are going to see an new feature for multi monitor support in Visual Studio 2010. In Visual Studio 2010 you can drag windows outside IDE and thus you can use in different monitor. That’s feature is very useful if developer is having multiple monitor and he can work different windows at same time.You just need to drag window outside the IDE and new windows will open just like following.That’s it you can drag this windows any where. Visual studio 2010 also provide facility to open different IDE in different windows and developer work on multiple solutions at time. Hope you liked it. Stay tuned for more!!. Happy Programming..Technorati Tags: ,

HTML and Java Script code snippets in Visual Studio 2010

We all love Visual Studio as great IDE and Microsoft is providing more and more features for that IDE. Let’s investigate one of great features that Microsoft has given with Visual Studio 2010.What is code snippets?Code snippets is a one of the cool feature that given in Visual Studio IDE. If you know the chunks of the code that you need to type over and over again throughout the code then this code snippets feature will help you on this. For example your exception handling code. Your redirection code everything you need more can be putted in the code snippets.You can insert code snippets via right click –> Insert code snippets and there is also a short code is also available to bring up directly code snippets via pressing ctrl-K+ ctrl-X. Following is look of basic code snippets window.You can put your code snippets. Below is link for creating code snippets in Visual Studio 2010. and Java Script Code snippets in Visual Studio …

HTTP Module in details

I know this post may sound like very beginner level. But I have already posted two topics regarding HTTP Handler and HTTP module and this will explain how http module works in the system. I have already posted What is the difference between HttpModule and HTTPHandler here. Same way I have posted about an HTTP Handler example here as people are still confused with it. In this post I am going to explain about HTTP Module in detail.What is HTTP Module?As we all know that when ASP.NET Runtimes receives any request it will execute a series of HTTP Pipeline extensible objects. HTTP Module and HTTP handler play important role in extending this HTTP Pipelines. HTTP Module are classes that will pre and post process request as they pass into HTTP Pipelines. So It’s one kind of filter we can say which will do some procession on begin request and end request. If we have to create HTTP Module we have to implement System.Web.IHttpModule interface in our custom class. An IHTTP Module contains two m…

DotNetJalps Nnews- New feed address.

Hello All,I am moving my feeds to new address so please update your feeds with my new address. Earlier there was two or three feed address and that’s why there were some confusion between the feed address among readers. So I decided to just keep one feed address for all and so I am migrating my all the feeds to following address with feed burner. There will one feed address all the things in blog. So please please update your feed address.Following is my feed address with feed burner. my old feed address will be available for next 30 days and then it will be deleted so please please migrate to this new feed address.  All reader of the this blog very important because without their support It would not be possible to write blogs. So any suggestion or anything that could make my blog better is always welcome. Please read my blogs regularly and I will also try my best write my blog continuously.I am still saying that blogging is import…

Converting a generic list into JSON string and then handling it in java script

We all know that JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is very useful in case of manipulating string on client side with java script and its performance is very good over browsers so let’s create a simple example where convert a Generic List then we will convert this list into JSON string and then we will call this web service from java script and will handle in java script.To do this we need a info class(Type) and for that class we are going to create generic list. Here is code for that I have created simple class with two properties UserId and UserNamepublic class UserInfo { public int UserId { get; set; } public string UserName { get; set; } } Now Let’s create a web service and web method will create a class and then we will convert this with in JSON string with JavaScriptSerializer class. Here is web service class.using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Web; using System.Web.Services; namespace Experiment.WebService { /// <summary> /// Su…

Distinct operator in Linq

Linq operator provides great flexibility and easy way of coding. Let’s again take one more example of distinct operator. As name suggest it will find the distinct elements from IEnumerable. Let’s take an example of array in console application and then we will again print array to see is it working or not. Below is the code for that. In this application I have integer array which contains duplicate elements and then I will apply distinct operator to this and then I will print again result of distinct operators to actually see whether its working or not. using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Linq;
using System.Text;

namespace Experiment
class Program
static void Main(string[] args)
int[] intArray = { 1, 2, 2, 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 5, 5, 5 };
var uniqueIntegers = intArray.Distinct();
foreach (var uInteger in uniqueIntegers)

ASP.NET 4.0- Html Encoded Expressions

We all know <%=expression%> features in We can print any string on page from there. Mostly we are using them in mvc. Now we have one new features with 4.0 that we have HTML Encoded Expressions and this prevent Cross scripting attack as we are html encoding them.ASP.NET 4.0 introduces a new expression syntax <%: expression %> which automatically convert string into html encoded. Let’s take an example for that.I have just created an hello word protected method which will return a simple string which contains characters that needed to be HTML Encoded. Below is code for that.protected static string HelloWorld()
return "Hello World!!! returns from function()!!!>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>";
Now let’s use the that hello world in our page html like below. I am going to use both expression to give you exact difference.<form id="form1" runat="server">

.NET Framework 4.0-Guid.Parse Method

In earlier version of .NET framework we don’t have Guid.Parse method Now we have an Guid.Parse method in .NET Framework and it’s work like any parse method. Let’s see it by an example. Let’s create console application for that.class Program
static void Main(string[] args)
string newID = "f718943d-757d-4975-947b-3dbff1205be6";
Guid myGuId = Guid.Parse(newID);

and as expected here is the out put for that.
That’s is it’s cool. Stay tuned for more..Happy programming..
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Creating an HttpHandler to handle request of your own extension

I have already posted about http handler in details before some time here. Now let’s create an http handler which will handle my custom extension. For that we need to create a http handlers class which will implement Ihttphandler. As we are implementing IHttpHandler we need to implement one method called process request and another one is isReusable property. The process request function will handle all the request of my custom Here is the code for my http handler class.using System; using System.Collections.Generic; using System.Linq; using System.Web; using System.Web.UI; namespace Experiement { public class MyExtensionHandler:IHttpHandler { public MyExtensionHandler() { //Implement intialization here } bool IHttpHandler.IsReusable { get { return true; } } void IHttpHandler.ProcessRequest(HttpContext context) { string excuttablepath = context.Request.AppRelativeCurrentExecutionFilePath; if (excuttablepath.Contains("HelloWorld.dotnetjalps")) { Page page = n…

Thanks All the readers and community and Happy new year to all of you.

This is my first blog post for new year 2011 and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all the readers for making my blog very successful and accepting me a community member. As year 2010 has lots of up down in IT filed it was recession period and now we almost recovered from it. Personally year 2010 has been very successful to me as I have been awarded as Microsoft Most Valuable Professional for visual C#. And It was one of the greatest achievement of my life. I would like to take this opportunity to thanks Microsoft for this and thanks all friends specially Jacob Sebastian who has given me guidance any time I required it. I have been also awarded dzone most valuable blogger this year and it was a nice surprise from dzone. I would like thanks dzone for this.Once again I am wishing you happy new year and may this year will bring success to all of you. One more thing I have found that I have met lots of people who is quite intelligent and exceptional developers and IT professi…