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How to Use GeoGraphy DataType of SQL in Asp.Net MVC Development

We are sharing this tutorial to let the developers know how to use Geography DataType of SQL to locate places within certain radius. You can read this post and learn finding Geocode of any address or zip code. This application is used to find the Locations within Radius. The user will select existing Address from drop-down and enter a radius in mile(s), and then click a button to get the Customer locations within a given radius of the selected address. Step … Continue Reading…

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Introducing Kendo Chart in MVC – Using Kendo UI JavaScript

We are introducing Kendo UI chart using Kendo UI Java script in MVC based application. Chart is a graphical representation of a data, in which data is represented by symbols. There are many types of charts like bar chart, pie chart, line chart, Gauge chart. Here we are introducing bar chart and gauge chart using Kendo UI JavaScript and CSS files. Below are the steps to make bar chart and gauge chart in MVC based application. Download Trial version of … Continue Reading…

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Finding Your Way through the ASP.NET Landscape

ASP.NET boasts of enough flair to work you over – positively so. From being a typical programming language to becoming one of the most popular frameworks, ASP.NET has come a long way indeed. And it has on its course guided by the host of invasive tools and capabilities that let developers set some seriously difficult goals, and get there with ease. Pulling a developer’s direction in different directions, it boasts of enough capabilities and functionalities that leave him spoilt for … Continue Reading…

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Magento for Developers: Part 4 – Magento Layouts, Blocks and Templatese

Developers new to Magento are often confused by the Layout and View system. This article will take a look at Magento’s Layout/Block approach, and show you how it fits into Magento MVC worldview. Unlike many popular MVC systems, Magento’s Action Controller does not pass a data object to the view or set properties on the view object. Instead, the View component directly references system models to get the information it needs for display. One consequence of this design decision is … Continue Reading…

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Magento for Developers: Part 3 – Magento Controller Dispatch

The Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture traces its origins back to the Smalltalk Programming language and Xerox Parc. Since then, there have been many systems that describe their architecture as MVC. Each system is slightly different, but all have the goal of separating data access, business logic, and user-interface code from one another. The architecture of most PHP MVC frameworks will looks something like this. A URL is intercepted by a single PHP file (usually called a Front Controller). This PHP file … Continue Reading…

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Magento for Developers: Part 2 – The Magento Config

The config is the beating heart of the Magento System. It describes, in whole, almost any module, model, class, template, etc. than you’ll need to access. It’s a level of abstraction that most PHP developers aren’t used to working with, and while it adds development time in the form of confusion and head scratching, it also allows you an unprecedented amount of flexibility as far as overriding default system behaviors go. To start with, we’re going to create a Magento … Continue Reading…

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Magento for Developers: Part 1 – Introduction to Magento

What is Magento? It’s the most powerful online eCommerce platform in the universe and is changing the face of eCommerce forever. Of course, you already know that. What you may not realize is Magento’s also an object-oriented PHP Framework that can be used to develop modern, dynamic web applications that tap into Magento’s powerful eCommerce features. This is the first in a series of articles in which wee’re going to go on a whirlwind tour of Magento’s programming framework features. … Continue Reading…