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.NET

  1. Layering enumerators — Now that I've touched upon XmlReader and how it can be used to stream data while allowing clean layering at the same time, I want to touch on the layer-able interface by excellence in the .NET Framework: IEnumerable...
  2. Reactive Framework Getting your LINQ on — Last time in our exploration of the Reactive Framework, we built a random Observable event generator. Now that we have our data source, we can start working with it. In the past, we would have hooked up event handlers to the event delegate and imperatively interacted with the values passed in the sender and EventArgs. Of course, when we Thinq LINQ, we try to find simpler, more declarative models to represent our intent...
  3. C#: Adding Functionality to 3rd Party Libraries With Extension Methods — Ever have one of those third party libraries that you love but it's missing that one feature or one piece of syntactical candy that would make it so much more useful? This, I truly think, is one of the best uses of extension methods...
  4. LINQ and Aggregate function — LINQ also provides with itself important aggregate function. Aggregate function are function that are applied over a sequence like and return only one value like Average, count, sum, Maximum...

Web

  1. Is the Future of the Web HTML5 — Apparently this week it is…Glad everyone (Microsoft, Google, Apple) got on the same page this week that HTML 5 is the future of the Web. I will even go as far as agreeing also. Keep reading because I’m not saying Flash, Silverlight or other proprietary plug-ins are dead...
  2. What's Wrong With CSS — We're currently in the midst of a CSS Zen Garden type excerise on our family of Q&A websites, which I affectionately refer to as "the Trilogy"...
  3. April 30th Links: ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, Visual Studio 2010
  4. Tip: Replacing Html.Encode Calls With New Html Encoding Syntax — Like the well disciplined secure developer that you are, when you built your ASP.NET MVC 1.0 application, you remembered to call Html.Encode every time you output a value that came from user input...
  5. Create a Simple Interactive CSS Button with jQuery — Don't you feel annoyed when you see the inconsistencies of submit buttons in different browsers on different platform? Well, I do. The thing is, we can't really duplicate the submit button without the help of javascript, what if the user had javascript disabled? Alright, we will be creating a button that will degrade gracefully. It's a bit tricky and pretty simple...
  6. jQuery Masonry – the answer to vertical flow layout — “Masonry is a layout plugin for jQuery. Think of it as the flip side of CSS floats. Whereas floating arranges elements horizontally then vertically, Masonry arranges elements vertically then horizontally according to a grid. The result minimizes vertical gaps between elements of varying height, just like a mason fitting stones in a wall.”...
  7. Custom Table Headers With the ASP.NET GridView Control — I also hinted that it took a little more work than I expected to render the custom header for the table (i.e. the Thresholds label that spans the last three columns). Note that I originally mocked up the KPI feature using a static HTML prototype, so I knew what I wanted the underlying HTML markup to look like. However, the trick was to generate the desired HTML using an ASP.NET control...
  8. 40 Useful jQuery Techniques and Plugins — Over the last year, Smashing Magazine has evolved. We’ve been publishing fewer lists and more in-depth articles about design and Web development. We have invited professionals and high-profile developers to write for us. We’ve been investing more resources in the quality and relevance of our articles...
  9. Playing with aspx page cycle using JustMock — In this post , I will cover a test code that will mock the various elements needed to complete a HTTP page request and assert the expected page cycle steps. To begin, i have a simple enumeration that has my predefined page steps...

Visual Studio

  1. What's New In Visual Studio 2010
  2. Download and Share Visual Studio Color Schemes — The good news is that Visual Studio allows you to completely customize the editor background and text colors to whatever you want – allowing you to tweak them to create the experience that is “just right” for your eyes and personality. You can then optionally export/import your color scheme preferences to an XML file via the Tools->Import and Export Settings menu command...
  3. Your Visual Studio 2010 Dream Machine — Now that Visual Studio 2010 has shipped, people are asking about preferred hardware configurations. Customers want to know how to take advantage of all the cool new features that we have packed into this release. We have published minimum hardware and software requirements, of course...
  4. The Best of Visual Studio 2010: Using the Call Hierarchy (C# Only) — ...For the C# folks this is one heck of a great feature: The Call Hierarchy. It allows you to visualize all calls to and from a selected method, property, or constructor. To see how it works just right-click on any method, property, or constructor in the Editor and select View Call Hierarchy

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. Save Significant Disk Space by Setting MaxPatchCacheSize to 0 — A little over two years ago, I wrote a post about installing Visual Studio 2005 Service Pack 1, in which I mentioned setting the MaxPatchCacheSize registry setting to 0 (in order to save some significant disk space while installing the service pack). [Note that the credit for this trick really...
  2. 10 New UX Books To Look Out for in 2010 — As the sudden explosion in UXBookClub’s popularity showed last year, I’m obviously not the only UX professional who likes to read the odd book now and then. I often find it hard to devote time to reading books relating to work and far too easy to make excuses; too tired...
  3. Reach out and touch your PowerPoint - pptPlex updated, says hello to PowerPoint 2010 and Windows 7 Multitouch — Even though we officially stopped working on pptPlex quite a while ago, you've probably noticed that we still play with it in our free time (for example, controlling presentations with a Wii controller and a 3D camera). We noticed that pptPlex wasn't working with PowerPoint 2010, so we took some time...
  4. Tip: Use Evernote to remember the people you meet — When you are at a conference, trade show or networking event, snap a picture of the people you meet along with their name tags...
  5. Top 10 Reasons to invest in MSDN Subscriptions — Comprehensive software development offering: Access virtually all Microsoft software for development and test, and reduce the licensing cost of your development environment....
  6. Updates: LiveKd v4.0, AccessChk v5.0, LogonSessions v1.2 and serveral PsTools and a new Mark's Blog Post - The Case of the Printing Failure — Mark’s most recent post in the Case of the Unexplained series describes the troubleshooting steps, which include use of Procdump and Process Monitor, an administrator went through when printin...



Дата публикации: 02.05.2010 20:12

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web