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5 Top-Paying Certifications for 2017

5 Top-Paying Certifications for 2017 Hello Everyone, here are the 5 Top Paying Certifications for 2017.

An IT certification is a readily recognized benchmark mapped to a specific skill set based on standardized testing. A certification demonstrates your dedication, motivation and technical knowledge on a specific platform. Once you earn an IT certification, you join a select group of individuals - a peer group with demonstrated skills-set. Having a certification shows that you not only possess comprehensive knowledge of that technology but, you also care enough about your own career to spend the time and money to get certified. Remember: You are your own best career manager.
Looking for your career path? IT certifications are the first way to show your current or future employer that you have what it takes to do the job! So, check out the list of the certifications that will land you in a high-paying position.
let’s run through 5 high paying IT certifications that — on an average — pay …

Visual Studio 2015 Xamarian Webview app with small apk

Creating a small app on Visual Studio was such a headache. However i did this. Here is steps to make a simple app.

1. Custom Install Visual Studio with Xamarian Mobile Development tool. Install all.

2. Go To C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk and from sdk manager install latest android version, oldest version like 2.2 and some other version 4.4 . Give proxy internet to sdk manager if required from settings.

3. Go to Tools > Option > Xamarian and give path of android sdk as shown.

Now you are ready to make your first android app on Visual Studio 2015.

I will make a simple webview app which will open a url. This website is bootstrap and looks like app so no android coding required.

Start new Project select Blank Android App.

Create a new project named HelloWebView.Open the Resources\Layout\Main.axml file and insert the following:<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?><WebView xmlns:android="" …

ASP.Net consuming web service in code behind without adding web reference

1 . Create a class names consumeWebservice.vb as follows:

Imports Microsoft.VisualBasic
Imports System.CodeDom
Imports System.CodeDom.Compiler
Imports System.Security.Permissions
Imports System.Web.Services.Description
Imports System.Reflection

Public Class consumeWebService

    Public Function CallWebService(ByVal webServiceAsmxUrl As String,
           ByVal serviceName As String, ByVal methodName As String,
           ByVal args() As Object) As Object

        '  Try
        Dim client As System.Net.WebClient = New System.Net.WebClient()

            '-Connect To the web service
            Dim stream As System.IO.Stream =
                client.OpenRead(webServiceAsmxUrl + "?wsdl")

            'Read the WSDL file describing a service.
            Dim description As ServiceDescription = ServiceDescription.Read(stream)

            'LOAD THE DOM'''''''''''''''''''''''''''…

HTML5 appcache with .net and IIS8.5

It's becoming increasingly important for web-based applications to be accessible offline. Yes, all browsers can cache pages and resources for long periods if told to do so, but the browser can kick individual items out of the cache at any point to make room for other things. HTML5 addresses some of the annoyances of being offline with the ApplicationCache interface.

Using the cache interface gives your application three advantages:

Offline browsing - users can navigate your full site when they're offline
Speed - resources come straight from disk, no trip to the network.
Resilience - if your site goes down for "maintenance" (as in, someone accidentally breaks everything), your users will get the offline experience

Referencing a manifest file

To enable the application cache for an app, include the manifest attribute on the document's html tag:

'< html xmlns="" manifest="ccit.appcache" >'

A manifest file…