Monday, December 6, 2010

Auto .Net code Generation based on SQL Table

It has always been a heck for programmers to start form scratch when developing Asp.Net pages with some common functionality like Add / Delete/ Update record & Design Html. Well there’s no doubt that all programmers are lazy. Lazy in the sense, who believe in Smart work & minimizing there work & rework. Definitely, I’m also one of them.

Alright, lets start with the main topic. While developing Any Page what we need & how much time it takes ??

Here’s the answer… :

  1. HTML Page with Server Controls, (Appx. 20 mins.)
  2. Code Behind File to handle Events, (Appx. 20 mins.)
  3. A DB Class which contains methods for Adding/ Updating & Deleting Records from DB Tables. (Appx. 20 mins)
  4. Stored Procedures to perform DB Actions (Appx. Time 60 mins.)

For Creating all these things this usually takes approximately 2-8 Hrs depending on the complexity of your DB Tables.

But, what if you get all the above thing in JUST A CLICK. That sounds Cool ! isn’t it ?

At first, I tried searching for application that can perform this activity. But was unable to get any result for this. So After digging up Google, I made my final decision to Create Such Application By My Own. And here’s what I have “Express.NetArchitect”.






Complete Downloadable Source Code Available Below:

(RapidShare) Download Source (Size : 107 KB)

(RapidShare) Download Executable(Size : 32 KB)

If you like my post kindly leave your comments & suggestion below.

If you believe that this application needs to have additional features and this can be experimented then we can take it and your suggestion we can make it a boon for .Net programmers.

Thanks Good luck.

Sunday, November 1, 2009

Xperia Pureness unboxed, performs for the camera (video)

As you are no doubt well aware, the launch date for the Xperia Pureness is looming. If you've been dying for a closer look, you're in luck: the fashion icons over at MobileBurn have got their hands on one and have been kind enough to make us a short film of the reveal. At first blush, the phone doesn't look any less impressive than it did in the shots and video we've seen before. There doesn't appear to be any hint of a keypad before the thing when shut off, although that obviously changes once it's powered on. As far as that transparent glass display goes, we can tell from here that it's not likely to be visible in direct (or even some indirect) sunlight -- but since you're a jet-setting nightclub habitue' who hasn't been outside in the daylight in four years that probably shouldn't bother you much. The UI is pretty much standard for an SE feature phone, and the battery is not removable. The price? Looks like it will run you a healthy £530 (about $875). Still interested? Peep the video in action after the break.

HDI's laser-driven 3D HDTV hits production, should ship next year

When we first caught wind of HDI's "world's first laser-based 3D HDTV," we were cautiously hopeful that it'd be ready to go (at least as a prototype) at CES 2010. Looks like we may actually get our wish, as the company has today announced that its magical set has reached the manufacturing stage. What's it all mean? It means that the set is being fast-tracked for release in 2010, meaning that you're just months away from having stereoscopic 1,920 x 1,080 content in your living room... provided there's actually any programming to view, that is. Of course, it'll handle the 2D stuff too, and the twin RGP LCoS micro-display imagers in there ought to provide plenty of crisp imagery regardless of the source. We're still not sure if the Woz-approved 100-inch version that's being shown to curious onlookers is the size that'll be pumped out to the mainstream, but we're hoping for at least a few smaller siblings for those of us with last names other than Kennedy, Gates, Buffet and Ellison.

Gallery: HDI's laser-driven 3D HDTV hits production, should ship next year

xpPhone teased with specs and pictures, makes Windows XP young again

Don't panic, we haven't gone back in time. What we're looking at here is the world's first but still-yet-to-be-released phone that runs on Windows XP, and its Chinese maker has just released some juicy specs and interface images to tease us all. The ITG xpPhone will be blessed with the chutzpah-filled AMD "Super Mobile" CPU, coupled with either 512MB or 1GB RAM. Storage options range from 8GB SSD to 120GB HDD (probably 1.8-inch) and everything in between. While the sheet confirms both GSM and CDMA support, ITG's pre-order page -- which looks more like a newsletter sign-up page at the moment -- is still vague on the phone's availability and price. For now we'll just continue to gaze at the interface pictures until something happens.

Gallery: xpPhone teased with specs and pictures, makes Windows XP young again

There're people who talk about Me on the Internet?


reputation managementHere’s a complete guide to some of the best tools that will help you track what other people are saying about you, your business or your products on other websites, forums and social media sites.

You can secretly "listen" to conversations happening on the web in almost real-time and can then respond if you think a "negative" comment posted on another site may harm your own reputation or that of your brand.

All the "buzz monitoring" services mentioned in this guide are available for free and they can help you monitor almost every part of the "public" web including blogs, forums, websites, video sites, user comments and even some social networks.

Monitor Your Name or Business on the Internet

1. Google Search – Type your name (or that your business) in the Google search box and use the "Past 24 hours" with "Sort by Date" option to find the most recent web pages, blog posts, forum threads, etc. that are talking about you (see example).

google search

If people tend to misspell your name, you should always use a search phrase that includes both your real name and the misspelled version separated by OR (in caps). 

Since Google doesn’t offer feeds, you should consider adding the results page to your bookmarks folder that you open every morning.

2. Yahoo! Alerts – If you are some sort of a celebrity who’s frequently quoted in the press or if you’re a business looking to track your brand mentions in print media, Yahoo! Alerts can be great option. It will send you an email message as soon as there’s a news story in some publication that mentions you or your brand.

yahoo alerts

3. Google Alerts – Unlike Yahoo! News Alerts that primarily track mainstream media sources, Google Alerts will include stories* from blogs, regular web pages as well as traditional media if you go for the "comprehensive" option. You can even subscribe to Google Alerts in your favorite feed reader.

Google Search vs. Google Alerts – Google Search (mentioned at #1) will find each and every web page that mentions you but Google Alerts will only find web pages that appear in the top twenty results of Google Web search so you are likely to miss some pages if you rely solely on Google Alerts.

[*] See tutorials on how to use Google Alerts and Google News effectively.

4. Facebook Public Search – Facebook has 300+ million members and chances are high that some of them are talking about you or your product in their status updates and wall posts.

facebook public search

Type your name in the Facebook search box (upper right corner) and then use the "Posts by Everyone" option to finds status updates, links and notes written by other Facebook member that mention your name. This will show content from all Facebook members who have enabled their posts to be viewed by people other than friends.

5. Yahoo Pipes (for blogs) – Google Blog Search, Technorati and Bloglines from are some popular blog search engines to help you discover blog posts that link to one of your web pages.

yahoo pipes blog search

You can type the address of your website in this Yahoo! Pipe and it will merge results from all the different blog search engines into one feed that you can either subscribe via email or in your feed reader.

6. Twitter Search – In addition to regular search operators, Twitter search also supports location parameter so you can limit search results to a particular geographic region.

For instance, if you are handling PR for a US based company who just launched a new product in India, you can use a query like "Product Name near:India" to find reactions on Twitter only from India and nearby regions (just what your client wants).

7. Digg Search – Do you know that Digg, like Google, also supports the site: search operator. Use this with your site, choose the "newest first" option and you’ll immediately know when people add your stories on Digg.

digg search

They may not hit the front page but will you’ll still know about them – see example.

8. Back Tweets -  Type your web domain name and it will show you all messages on Twitter that include a link to your website (see example). This is just like another useful version of Google’s link: operator but for Twitter (see related services).

9. Back Type – Unlike blog search engines that only index blog posts, Back Type indexes the comments left by other users on blog and other social sites including FriendFeed and Digg.

Type the name of your product or service in the search box, choose "all" (default setting is "relevant") and it will help you find comments /discussion on the Internet that mention you (see example).

10. StepRep – This is another brilliant service for online reputation management. It monitors what people are saying about you (or your products) online and will notify you by email when new results are found.

steprep reputation management

There may be some overlap with Google Alerts but StepRep can routinely discover sites that mention you but have been missed by Google Alerts. You may use your existing Google Account to log into StepRep.

11. Truveo Video – AOL owned Truveo is probably the largest search engine for video that indexes video clips from all possible video sources on the web including YouTube, Flickr, MySpace, and more. And this is precisely the reason why you should prefer Truveo over Google Video Alerts for tracking your brand mentions on video sites.

You can subscribe to Truveo search results in a feed reader.

12. Social Mention – Another excellent service that helps you track your name across different social media sites like Digg, Twitter, StumbleUpon, etc. from a central place. You may get results via RSS or subscribe to once-a-day email alerts for all the keywords that you are monitoring on the web.

13. Webmaster Central - This is one of the best tools to find out other sites that are linking to your web pages (another tool that you may use is Yahoo! Site Explorer).

google webmaster links

Assuming that you’ve already verified your site with Webmaster Central, go to "Your site on the web" -> "Links to your site" and there you’ll see a list of all external pages that link to one of your pages. This table can be huge if you run a popular site but there’s an option to export the complete result-set into Excel for further analysis.