Creating User Services

  • The SessionID property of the HttpSessionState class identifies an active ASP.NET session by using a unique session ID.
  • The @ Import directive is used to explicitly import a namespace into an ASP.NET application.
  • The @ Implements directive is used to implement a specified .Net Framework interface in a Web page.
  • The CodeBehind attribute of the @ Page directive specifies the name of the compiled file that contains the class associated with the page.
  • The ErrorPage attribute of the @ Page directive is used to set the URL if an unhandled exception occurs. Sam can set this target to the home page.
  • The Language attribute of the @ Page directive specifies the language used while compiling the inline rendering and code declaration blocks.
  • The Inherits attribute of the @ Page directive specifies a code-behind class for the page to inherit. It can be any class that is derived from the Page class.
  • Public variables and objects can be accessed from all other procedures and functions in all the modules in the same project.
  • The public class Manager : HeadOfDept declaration will create a class named Manager, which implements the HeadOfDept interface.
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Working with the Photoshop UI

  • Photoshop enables you to save the positions of all the open palettes as a workspace.
  • To load a preserved workspace, choose Window > Workspace, and select the workspace from the submenu.
  • Photoshop lets a user to save the current set of keyboard shortcuts as a workspace.
  • The Slide Show view option (View > Slide Show) of the Bridge displays a group of images one by one at full screen.
  • The As Details view option (View > As Details) of the Bridge displays a list of thumbnails along with the information about each file in the main viewing area of the Bridge workspace.
  • The As Filmstrip view option (View > As Filmstrip) of the Bridge displays thumbnails of files in a scrolling list along with a big preview of the file selected in the list in the main viewing area of the Bridge workspace.
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