Finished the Article Series on Hit Counters

By publishing the article Howto Create a Hit Counter Using a Database in ASP.NET I finished up the article series about Hit Counters in ASP and ASP.NET

The entire series now consists of seven articles; three for ASP and four for ASP.NET. Three articles per technology deal with storing a hit counter in a session or global variable, a text file and in a database. Article 6 and 7 both deal with saving the counters in a database. Since the code is a bit more complex than the other articles, I created both a C# and a VB.NET version.

Here's the complete list of all the articles:

Howto Create a Hit Counter Using the Global.asa File
Howto Create a Hit Counter Using a Text File
Howto Create a Hit Counter Using a Database
Howto Create a Hit Counter Using the Global.asax File in ASP.NET
Howto Create a Hit Counter Using a Text File in ASP.NET
Howto Create a Hit Counter Using a Database in ASP.NET with C#
Howto Create a Hit Counter Using a Database in ASP.NET with VB.NET


As always, if you have a comment, find an error in one of those articles, or just want to rant a bit, send me a message.


Have Fun!!!


Imar


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