Using this snippet of code you can easily send data using HttpWebRequest Post. The data is sent via the HTTP POST method to a remote server from your code behind.
Microsoft .Net provides a powerful method for storing and retrieving user settings - something almost every application will at some stage need to do. This article will show you how to quickly and easily save settings to the Registry, to a SQL Database or to an XML file.
Code analysis provides information about managed assemblies, such as violations of the programming and design rules set forth in the Microsoft .NET Framework Design Guidelines. Warning messages identify any relevant programming and design issues and, when it is possible, supply information about how to resolve issues.
There are many occasions when you need to convert a string (from an XML document, database, file and so on) into an instance of a class. For example when you need to create an instance of a class, but the exact type is unknown. This example will show you how to get a type from a string and use reflection to create an instance of it.