May 22, 2018


Free Web Resources

LINUX

Linux is today considered an excellent, low cost alternative to other more expensive operating systems. Due to the very nature of Linux’s functionality and availability, it has become pretty popular worldwide with a vast number of software programmers taking its source code and adapting it to meet their individual needs…

www.linuxtoday.com

www.freshmeat.net

www.linuxfocus.org

www.redhat.com

www.linuxplanet.com

www.FreeOS.com

Mysql

www.mysql.com

.NET

Microsoft.NET (formerly Next Generation Windows Services) is the umbrella term used for the Microsoft strategy to move from a client-centric model to a network-centric model. By bringing us .NET, Microsoft is presenting us with a new platform designed to facilitate development of interoperable Web applications, based on a totally new architecture. .NET introduces a host of new products and offers support for 27 programming languages, which share a hierarchy of classes providing basic services. .NET applications are intended to provide a unified interface so that users can brows, edit, and create documents from a single application. The data model should make the application capable of pulling together data from multiple sources into a single viewable document. In short, developers should be able to write the application in the language they want, create the support files that the application needs, and expect it to run.

.NET id divided into three chunks. On the server side, it’s an operating system such as Windows Data Center, which Microsoft has been positioning to compete with the the mainframe market. In the middle, it is XML combined with the Simple Object Access Protocol (SOAP) to expose information in sources such as data bases and spreadsheets so that developers can call them with XML. On the clients side, it it’s an operating system that supports XML parsing to display the information based on the tags as signed to it….

www.gotdotnet.com

www.dotnettoday.com

www.dotnetwire.com

www.dotnet101.com

www.dotnetexpert.com

www.dotnetnut.com

www.dotnetbooks.com

ORACLE

Oracle is a software developed by Oracle Corporation designed to manage database related applications and presently it is catering to web related data management on internet. It is a cost effective way of expanding market opportunities, improving business efficiencies, and attracting and retaining customers. Oracle provides:

An Internet-ready platform for building and deploying Web-based applications/ database.

A comprehensive suit of Internet-enabled business applications.

Professional services for help in formulating e-business strategies, as well as in designing, customizing, and implementing e-business solutions.

www.oracle.com

www.technet.oracle.com

www.websphereadvisor.com

www.oranet.com

www.oracle-resources.com

PYTHON

Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented, extensible programming language that combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. It has modules, classes, exceptions, very high-level dynamic data types, and dynamic typing. There are interfaces to many systems (X11, Motif, Tk, Mac, MFC). New built-in modules are easily written in C or C++. Python is also usable as an extension language for application that need a programmable interface….

www.python.org

www.python.planetmirror.com

www.hostscripts.com/python

www.modpython.org

PHP

www.1phpstreet.com/

www.phpbuilder.com

www.php-center.de

www.hotscripts.com/PHP/Web_Sites/

http://www.devshed.com/Server_Side/PHP/

SQL

SQL :- is an abbreviation for Structured Query Language. It is a specialized language for updating and requesting information from databases. SQL is the de facto standard database query language and works with a variety of established database products such as Oracle and Sybase. It is widely used by both industry and academia, often for enormous, complex databases. In other words, it is complete database management language, with commands like Select, Update, Delete, Insert and so on. It contains dozens of built-in functions for building powerful, sophisticated database requests.

SQL Server :- SQL Server is about the best database for the Microsoft Windows platform, and the relational database management system of choice for a broad spectrum of corporate customers and independent software vendors (ISV’s). SQL Server delivers a flexible, powerful platform that scales up to terabyte-size databases and down to small business servers and laptop databases; it fits seamlessly with the existing applications and provides a cost-effective environment for customising and building new applications tailored to unique business needs. You can even get the SQL Server 2000 trial software from the Net to discover how to build the next generation of scalable Web applications. Here are a few links developers in this field will find pretty useful..

www.swynk.com

www.sql-server-performance.com

www.microsoft.com/sql

www.sqlwire.com

www.insidesqlserver.com

www.sqlmag.com

www.microsoft.com/sql

www.mssqlserver.com

www.sqlsecurity.com

VISUAL BASIC

Visual Basic (VB) is the world’s most popular RAD tool for windows. If you want to learn Visual Basic, browse the Net and wade through several web sites that are stores of great stuff on VB, such as tutorials, code and templates. You can download or visit forums to share your skills, or get help from other programmers. You can also create your VB project with the site’s special start-to-finish tips and information.

www.vbwire.com

www.vbexplorer.com

www.vbxtras.com

www.vbonline.com

www.vb-world.net

WAP

Wireless Application Protocol (WAP) is an open, global specification that empowers mobile users with wireless devices to easily access and interact with information and services instantly. It enables easy and quick delivery of relevant information and services to Mobile users. WAP uses handheld digital wireless devices such as Mobile Phones, pagers, two-way radios, smart phones and communicators…

www.wirelessinanutshell.com

www.wapforum.org

www.wap.net

www.wapdrive.net

Tutorials /Information/Freewares / Sharewares.

www.tutorialfind.com/

http://www.devshed.com/

www.WebAttack.com

www.WebMonkey.com

www.Extropia.com

www.webfaq.net

www.Webreference.com

www.BigInfo.net

www.cookiecentral.com

www.wsabstract.com

www.websitgarage.com

www.Builder.com

www.Pagetutor.com

www.HtmlHelp.com

www.eboz.com

Freewares / Sharewares

www.WebAttack.com

www.Download.com

www.nonags.com

www.TuCows.com

www.zdnetindia.com

www.freewareplus.com

http://www.softlandmark.com

ClipArts/Animations/ Design tutorials

www.animationcentral.com

http://www.animationonline.com/

www.gifart.com

www.flamingtext.com/

www.3dtextmaker.com

www.clipart.com

Royalty Free Clip Art at Fotos Search

www.ComputerArts.co.uk

www.Designing.com

www.photoshop.org

www.photoshopcentral.com

Associations of Web Builders

www.Association.org

www.IwaNet.org

Free Online Storage

www.Myspace.com

www.xdrive.com

www.i-drive.com

www.filegenie.com

www.Freedrive.com

www.ibackup.com

www.zden.com

www.indiatimes.com

XML

XML is an Extended Markup Language for documents containing structured information. Structured information contains both content (Words, pictures, etc) and some indication of what role that content plays. Almost all documents have some structure and a markup language is a mechanism to identify structures in a document. The XML specification defines a standard way to add markup to documents. In other words, XML provides a facility to define tags and the structural relationships between them. XML is one of the most significant developments on the World Wide Web..

www.xml.com

www.xml.org

www.xmlhack.com

www.xml-zone.com

www.xmlinfo.com

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