DevGuru Tutorials Index

Simplify XML to Java Object Configuration using Jakarta Digester
An article by contributing author Vikas Pandya that explains how to use Jakarta Digester to help populate Java objects from XML on the fly.

Make Struts Development even faster using XDoclet
An article by contributing author Vikas Pandya explains how to use XDoclet to ease the development of Struts in Java.

Creating a Web Service using ActiveX Components
This article, by contributing author Jim Milam, explains how to use SOAP to create a web service, for systems that have not yet been upgraded to the .NET Framework.

How to run a DTS VB package in the .NET framework
This article, by contributing author James Horne, President of Horne Consulting, explains how to setup and run a DTS VB package in the .NET framework.

XML and Javascript
This article, by contributing author Premshree Pillai, explains how to use XML with Javascript, while using his XML Ticker as an example.

Using Web Services With VB.NET
This article, by contributing author Jayesh Jain, explains how to use a web service within your VB.NET applications

Transmitting Data Between XML Documents and Java Beans
This article, by contributing author Vikas Pandya, explains how to transfer your XML data to Java Beans or objects using a set of Java libraries called JOX.

Watching Folder Activity in VB.NET
This article, by contributing author Jayesh Jain, explains how to write a VB.NET application which constantly monitors a folder and raises events when there is any activity in that folder.

Creating a Windows Service in VB.NET
Have you have ever wanted your application to run constantly in the background while the machine is busy doing something else? A solution to this is to create a Windows Service for Windows 2000/Windows NT and this is what this article, by contributing author Jayesh Jain, will teach you to do.

SQL Server 2000, XML, and XSL: The Ultimate Combination
This article, by Mitchell Harper, explains the uses of the powerful new XML support offered by SQL Server 2000.

The Power of the XMLHTTP Library
XMLHTTP is a set of APIs that allows us to send and retrieve data from and to a remote web server using its underlying HTTP protocols and methods. This article, by Mitchell Harper, shows the basics of this technology.

Testing and Process Recommendations for Software Engineering
Many small software engineering organizations have problems cooperating and communicating on projects. This tutorial provides easily implemented suggestions that will help you create code and products on a professional level, as your company grows in size.

Using Disconnected Recordsets
A guide to the benefits and implementation of disconnected Recordsets.

Web-user Authentication for IIS
This tutorial explains user authentication: What it is, how you work with it, and what options are currently available to you. Then each choice is described in more detail to help you choose the path that is best for your site.