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A Tree in a Page Loaded Browse: The Sequel, Part 3

By Deon Canyon and David Podger

Posted November 11 2005

Summary: Browse boxes formatted as trees are handy for all sorts of things. File loaded trees are easy; page loaded trees, however, can be a nightmare. In this series David Podger and Deon Canyon build on an earlier approach demonstrated by Ronald van Raaphorst. This final installment looks at cutting and pasting.

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.NET Basics: What Is .NET, And Why Should I Care?

9/15/2005 12:00:00 AM

You've heard the pitch before: Microsoft's .NET is the future, and Clarion.NET is the future of Clarion. But really, should you care? And what is .NET anyway? David Harms answers these and other questions.