Have you ever encountered a scenario in which sometimes, when developing within the space of ASP.NET Webforms, you need to look for the equivalent HTML server controls of the following:
li? This is where the
HtmlGenericControl comes into the picture; it represents the HTML server control element not directly represented by the ASP.NET framework. That’s why in this article, we’ll discuss more of
OK, let’s get started then.
The first time I heard and noticed schema back in 2005, I completely ignored it because I’m comfortable using
dbo as my default schema. But, as time went by, I decided to understand and implement it in my database projects until I became more comfortable using it. Thus, I’ll be sharing some of my views about the SQL Server’s schema. Ok, then let’s get started.
Functions are vital to any programming language. The concept of isolating and/or organizing small pieces of code into subroutines have many uses and values. Thereby, it has helped us structure medium to large programs, to reduce repetition, and modularize programs and/or subprograms from each other.
After ES6 was released, I have seen that many developers are still unaware of the recently added functions of the
Array object. Thereby, I decided to create this article to spread the information and hoping that many would benefit from it.
Map in other programming languages). Knowing the concepts of key/value pair data structures in other languages will help you instantly to grasp the basic concepts here. However, if you haven’t touched any of these languages it won’t hurt because will still start from the basics.
Map can save your day. You are in the right place.
Array.map(). Finally, confused? No worries, because in this post, we are going to answer the difference in these two methods.
If you have been using the C# language for a while now, and you are using the built-in attributes (e.g.
[Serializable], [Obsolete]) but you haven’t deeply thought about it. Thus, in this post, we’re going to explore the basics of attributes, what are the common ones, how to create and read attributes. What’s exciting is you will see how to get the built-in attributes using
System.Reflection. OK, then let’s get started.