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17 Dec 2008 Fixing download issues with Internet Explorer 7
This article outlines an issue discovered with serving CodeCentral downloads to Internet Explorer 7, and details the steps taken to diagnose the problem, and the solution used to overcome it
David Clegg Article
7 Jun 2008 Using the AutoCompleteExtender AJAX control in Delphi for .NET
Describes how to use the AutoCompleteExtender AJAX control to provide auto-complete textbox functionality in Delphi for .NET ASP.NET applications
David Clegg Article
6 May 2008 Enabling Client-Side Caching of Generated Content in ASP.NET
This article describes how to support client-side caching of dynamically generated content in ASP.NET and Delphi, and lists some of the lesser-known problems with ASP.NET’s HttpCachePolicy class.
Yorai Aminov Article
2 May 2008 Shared Variables in ASP.NET
Variable types are often misused in ASP.NET applications. This article discusses the various types of shared variables in Delphi ASP.NET applications
Yorai Aminov Article
19 Dec 2007 CodeRage 2 Sessions & Replays
Watch all the great sessions from CodeRage II November 26-30, 2007
Anders Ohlsson Video
4 Aug 2005 ECO II and ASP.NET Web Applications
This tutorial demonstrates the new capabilities of Enterprise Core Objects (ECO) II to be used in ASP.NET Web applications with Borland. Delphi. 2005.
Bob Swart Article
 

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