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ASP.Net 3.5 Social Networking by Andrew Siemer

By Andrew Siemer

This booklet will aid you create a scalable, maintainable social community which may help millions of clients, entire with multimedia positive factors. This booklet is written for ASP.NET and C# builders who are looking to construct an enterprise-grade Social community, both for his or her personal company reasons or as a freelance activity for an additional corporation. The publication assumes you will have past adventure of constructing internet functions utilizing ASP.NET 3.5, C# 3.0, SQL Server 2005/2008, and visible Studio .NET 2008; it specializes in issues that might be of curiosity to present builders – now not on delivering step by step examples for every aspect.

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To grasp the concept better, take the example of buying a TV. If you wanted a new TV, you would go to the local electronics store and purchase one. You wouldn't expect the vendor to give you a screen, a box, some electronics, a few cables, some plastic, a handful of buttons, and the directions to assemble your TV. You would walk down an aisle, pick a TV, purchase a box with a working TV in it, and go home. We should keep our objects working in the same order. Think of a factory as the electronics store, and your objects as the assembled TV.

This can come in many forms. You can send a message to a user, which is sent directly to the user via email. Or you can allow your user to send a message via the site, which is then stored in the recipient's inbox. A notification is then sent out to the recipient. This last form will be easier for you to manage as a site administrator. [ 18 ] Chapter 1 In this section we will create a full blown messaging system that will resemble a web-based email application similar to Hotmail or Gmail. As part of our interface we will show a list of existing friends to send messages to.

Right-click on that file and select include in project. Now click the show all files button again. The Settings. settings file should now be included and visible in your project. Double-click the file to open it in Visual Studio. You should see a window that somewhat resembles a spreadsheet! Type in the following information as you see it here: Once you have done this, click Save. You should now have a functioning Settings class to work with! Let's build our Cache wrapper now. Here is the code in its entirety.

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