Implementing a Recursive Navigation Routine - Freeware
Recursive navigation is a form of hierarchical navigation, using different levels of pages, where all pages other than the "top-level" pages belong to a "parent" page. This in itself isn't anything special, and is used on plenty of websites. The more interesting part of recursive navigation is the "recusrive" part. Using recursion it is possible to have an unlimited number of levels without having an unlimited amount of code.>
Implementing Friendly Addressing - Freeware
An article on how to implement "Friendly Addressing" (i.e. www.myserver.com/articles/myarticle instead of www.myserver.com/index.asp?documentID=2343) using IIS 5's custom error URLs.
How To Implement Custom Tags - Freeware
An article on how to implement custom tags using regular expressions, giving your users the power to include custom functionality within their pages without knowing any ASP.
Error Handling in ASP 3.0 - Free
An article on using IIS 5's Custom Error URL to implement error handling for ASP 3.0>
.NET Framework Overview
This article explores the pros and cons of Microsoft's .NET platform, then presents up some code to demonstrate .NET's language interoperability.>
An Interview with Billy Hollis and Rockford Lhotka
In this interview, Wrox authors and .NET experts Rocky Lhotka and Billy Hollis discuss their work on Professional VB.NET and what excites them about this new technology. Billy Hollis first learned BASIC over 25 years ago, and is co-author of the first book ever published on Visual Basic.NET, VB.NET Programming with the Public Beta from Wrox Press. Billy is MSDN Regional Director of Developer Relations in Nashville, Tennessee for Microsoft, and also has his own consulting company. Rockford Lhotka is co-author of VB.NET Programming with the Public Beta, author of Professional Visual Basic 6 Distributed Objects and Visual Basic 6 Business Objects and is the Principal Technology Evangelist for one of the nation's premiere Microsoft Certified Solution Providers.>