i am going to start first mobile application.Already Vs 2008 installed, but no Mobile SDK.So please tell which SDK i have to install to start up my first mobile application?Or some VS 2008 plugin requires for Mobile application
provide me some source code example? i using my Nokia as a gateway/modem. is it simple as just connect my cellphone to computer using usb port? pls advice me, im totally new with cellphone programming.
I am new to asp.net c sharp; right now I am working on one project, in that I need to send the [short message service] to mobiles, I don't how to send the message to mobile. Please someone help me, give some ideas or some links where I can find the sample code or sample projects
Is there any way to send a business card to a mobile phone using C#? I have an application in j2me which requires some set of data corresponding to some contacts so I want to send the business card of that contact via my server
Business Card is a type of special sms which contains the contact details of any person
I am creating a website with a secure login, here I have users who register for my web site with their Credentials. When the user finishes the registration process & logs in to his/her account, there is a button called activate. Unless they click the activate button, they can't progress. Upon clicking the button, an activation code is sent to the mobile no(as a sms), which the user has given during registration.. I am using net framework 3.5, asp.net,C# and SQL Server 2005, I am doing this with web service, I have got my web service, but its not that accurate.. here i am using web service from .. [URL] .. here i want to know how to send sms in asp.net using web service?
I'm building an ASP.NET MVC application and I'm trying to deploy it on a free host (0000free) which does support ASP.NET. I tried a couple of things, but none of them worked (i.e. I only see the directory structure when I browse to my web site):
Publishing to a local folder and then copying the published files via ftp over to my host (in the public_html directory). Publishing via ftp to the root folder: ftp.mywebsite.com Publishing via ftp to the public_html folder: ftp.mywebsite.com/public_html
Usually I would just drop the html files in the public_html folder, but I'm getting the feeling that the deployment process for an MVC application is slightly different. Do I have to modify the Web.config or some other filer? How does one usually deploy an MVC application (on a free host)?
Update:I have learned that the host uses Mono and supports .NET 4.0, but I'm still not able to deploy.
I have Visual Studio 2010 and I used its Publish Feature (i.e. right click on the project name and click publish) and I tried several things:
Publish method: FTP to the root folder. Publish method: FTP to the publich_html folder. Publish method: File System to the root folder. Publish method: File System to the publich_html folder. Publish method: File System to a local directory on my computer and then FTP to root and also tried the public_html folder.
I went into the cPanel (control panel) to try and see if ASP.NET has to be added/enabled for my web site, but I didn't see anything there.I can't browse to Index.aspx nor can I redirect to it from index.html (as suggested from other posts on the host forum), right now I have a link from index.html to Index.aspx but it's not working either (see http://www.mydevarmy.com)I've also tried renaming Index.aspx to Default.aspx, but that doesn't work either.
The search utility of the forum of the host is somewhat weak, so I use google to search their forum: http://www.google.com/search?q=publish+asp.net+site%3A0000free.com%2Fforum%2F&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a
I've been reading Pro ASP.NET MVC Framework and they have a chapter about publishing, but it doesn't provide any specific information with respect to the location of publishing, this is all they say (and it's not very helpful in my case):
Where Should I Put My Application?You can deploy your application to any folder on the server. When IIS first installs, it automatically creates a folder for a web site called Default Web Site at c:Inetpubwwwroot, but you shouldn't feel any obligation to put your application files there. It's very common to host applications on a different physical drive from the operating system (e.g., in e:websites example.com). It's entirely up to you, and may be influenced by concerns such as how you plan to back up the server.
Here is the error I get when I try to view my Index.aspx page:Unrecognized attribute 'targetFramework'. (/home/devarmy/public_html/Web.config line 1)
Description: HTTP 500. Error processing request.
Stack Trace:System.Configuration.ConfigurationErrorsException: Unrecognized attribute 'targetFramework'. (/home/devarmy/public_html/Web.config line 1) at System.Configuration.ConfigurationElement.DeserializeElement (System.Xml.XmlReader reader, Boolean serializeCollectionKey) [0x00000] in <filename unknown>:0
Are Microsoft “Express” editions free to develop on? s there software available that allows a developer to write .NET applications with SQL Server for free, meaning without buying Visual Studio and SQL Server.s long as you buy Windows web hosting (w/ support for .NET and SQL Server), is there software tools you can use to develop for free (Visual Web Developer? SQL Express?)