Mukarram Mukhtar

October 9, 2011

WCF Service With LINQ In .NET

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LINQ and WCF were introduced by Microsoft with Visual Studio 2008. The two technologies, albeit have been in the market for a while now, nonetheless are still favorite of many project and development managers. In this article we’ll see how can these easy-to-implement, yet robust and sturdy technologies, be learnt and used in our daily programming routine. As software development is trending towards Service Oriented Architecture, and with LINQ to SQL’s powerful syntax and approach, learning the two technologies will come in very handy for any software engineer. I personally feel that learning these two technologies makes our programming lives a lot easier. Having them on resume is just a bonus point 😉

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November 9, 2010

How to Implement Single Sign On in .NET

Filed under: Technology — Tags: , , , , , , , — Mukarram Mukhtar @ 8:23 pm

If you are a .NET developer and have been tasked to implement Single Sign On (SSO) and you have absolutely no idea what the heck Single Sign On is, then this article is right for you. In this article I’ll explain what Single Sign On means; in what scenarios it is useful and how you can implement it in .NET? To make life little easier and to avoid reinventing the wheel, I’ll use SAML protocol and Component Space’s class libraries to implement SSO. Enjoy reading…

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October 13, 2009

How to Share Master Page Among Different .NET Web Applications

If you want to create a Master page so that two or more web applications can share it, then this blog is written exactly for you. In this blog I’ll demonstrate how you can create a Master page and share it among different .NET web applications in such a way that every time you make any change in the Master page, either in HTML or in server side script, all the web applications sharing it, start reflecting those changes either automatically or with minimal tweeking e.g. updating references or dlls etc.

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June 27, 2009

Integration of Quick Books with .NET (Reloaded)

If you want to INSERT new data in Quick Books through a .NET application, this article is written for you, with a solid example of inserting QB Vendor, with lots of code snippets and screen shots. So don’t miss this article and it’s Part 1 too, if you have an assignment as a professional or as a student in your college course. And Yes, don’t forget to get FREE copy of its source code as well.

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February 22, 2009

Error Handling in .NET

Target readers of this article are mostly novice and some intermediate level .NET programmers who want to learn some techniques on exception handling in .NET web applications, with minimal coding yet in an effective and robust way. We cannot stop, no matter how guru programmers we are, unexpected errors to occur in our applications, period! What we can do, however, is to make our applications behave gracefully when such errors occur.

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September 9, 2008

Technical Articles & Weblogs

Howdy Folks!

First of all, welcome to my blogs!

In this website I’ll be posting my technical articles and weblogs mostly. And occasionally, my personal say on some of the issues in the society or world. These articles can be accessed by selecting the web links on the menu at right hand side of this page as well as from the links given under different topics below.

Interested in Technical stuff? click Technology.
Interested in Personal blogs? click Personal.

Please note that since wordpress does not support (or at least I couldn’t find a way of) uploading zip files, I’ll be nice (and handsome) enough to send source files via e-mails to everyone who would request in comments section of an article. So please feel free to ask me if you need source code of any of the following projects.

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