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About DevArticles

DevArticles (http://www.devarticles.com) went "live-to-air" in November of 2001. Starting out as just a one man show ran by me from my bedroom, DevArticles quickly became one of the most popular developer sites on the 'net. Most people attribute it to the way that we write our articles, but I'd also like to think that it's our strong sense of community that has helped make us what we are today.
Go Daddy Hosting to Include ASP.NET Support

The Go Daddy Group has updated its web site hosting plans with more storage, more monthly data transfer and more email account flexibility while expanding its offerings to include ASP.NET support.

Introduction to WAP using WML, ASP and PHP
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By Jean-Baptiste Minchelli

As technology changes, so do the tools that we use to manipulate it. Today the Internet is available from a number of devices, both connected and portable.

Dynamically Using Methods in ASP.NET

There are a lot of little known features in .NET that can sometimes prove useful in the line of duty, calling methods is one of them.

Dynamic Counter (PHP3+Flash 5)

Hey people, welcome to the Dynamic Counter tutorial. In this tutorial we will investigate how to create a hit counter for your flash page. OK let’s get into it!

Is Object Class, the Root of all Hierarchies?

What is an Object class?
For those who are new to .NET, according to MSDN library – “Object is the ultimate superclass of all classes in the .NET Framework; it is the root of the type hierarchy.”

Intro to RMI with Java

Page 1: Introduction
RMI is the acronym for Remote Method Invocation. As the name suggests, it helps you locate and execute methods of remote objects. It’s like placing a class on Machine A and calling methods of that class from Machine B as though they were from the same machine. Confused? Well if you are new to the concepts of enterprise programming then it would take you some time to get this concept.

Executing A C++ Application Over The Internet With PHP

Page 1: Introduction
If you’ve ever had any exposure to Unix/Linux, then you would know that it has both C and C++ compilers built into it: GCC and G++ respectively. Unix uses these compilers extensively during program installations, makes, etc. Using a couple of console commands, some C++ and some PHP, I will show you how to create a totally integrated C++ sample application, which can be executed (and have its output captured) from PHP.