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As you likely have noticed by now, I changed the design for the Web site Imar.Spaanjaars.Com. I got a bit bored with the black and white design, so I felt it was time for something new.
There has been a lot of buzz going on lately about the upcoming ASP.NET 2 release. Together with Visual Studio 2005 this will be a large milestone in the development of dynamic and database driven Web sites.
The betas of Visual Studio 2005 have made quite an impression so far. Both the Express versions as the full version of Visual Studio 2005 (available to MSDN subscribers only) have been around for some time. But what to do with them? It's fun to give the tool a little test drive, read about the new controls, master pages, the skins and themes engine, the cool membership and role management modules, personalization, better integration with Microsoft SQL Server and other cool new features.
But with the release date so far away ("somewhere" in 2005) is it any good to you?
Update!! 05-24-2006 - Updated the old beta code to the RTM version of ASP.NET 2.0. Also updated the downloadable source file.
Uploading files in ASP.NET is easier than ever. All you need to do is add the new <asp:FileUpload> control to your page and write a bit of code that deals with the uploaded file once the page is posted back to the server.
Update 7/28/2010: I just wrote a new version of this article using jQuery. You can find the new article here.
It's a common scenario to display an HTML table with items, like products, employees and so on, and then link each item to a detail page where you can display the full details of this item.