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.NET

  1. BASIC: Binding ListBox and DropDownList using LINQ — This example shows the basic way on how to populate a data from database to a ListBox/DropDownList control using LINQ to SQL...
  2. LINQ Tools — I’ve recently started giving a series of talks on LINQ based tools. While Visual Studio offers a lot in regards to support for LINQ, there are a number of mostly free tools that come in handy both from a usability and a learning experience. I gave a brief look at some of the tools as part of Russ’s Tool Shed which should be airing on MSDN’s Channel 9 in early October. In addition, I’m premiering the full presentation at this weekend’s Tallahassee Code Camp. If you can’t make it out, feel free to try the tools on this list to see if they help you thinq LINQ. Also, let me know if I’m missing any tools that you think are worthy to be included in the list...
  3. Building Performant Line of Business Applications with LINQ to SQL — Each step in the scenario requires different entities in different configurations; to keep explanations brief we will only use the Customer, SalesOrderHeader, SalesOrderDetail, and Product entities. The basis for which you tune is based on the business objects for each bullet of the scenario, starting with minimizing what data you really need...
  4. Rhino Mocks 3.6 — This release is mostly to put out all the patches & fixes that went into Rhino Mocks since the 3.5 release, almost a year ago...

Web

  1. 26 Best ways to implement AJAX, CSS and Javascript based Tabs — As you are aware that there are countless resources available on every topic in the world of internet but only a handful of them are utility types. As a result it is really hard at times to find the right resource from millions of websites which really suits our need. Keeping this predicament of my fellow developers in mind, I came up with this list which will really prove to be helpful to all of you...
  2. Using jQuery to create a pop-out window to display atom and rss feeds — The jQuery library is a great library for easy Ajax and XML scripting. In this article, we'll explore the Ajax and XML scripting features to create an ATOM/RSS reader which displays your webpage's feeds for ease of access and reading without having to leave your site to go to their ATOM/RSS aggregator(s)...
  3. Advanced jQuery Form with Validation — This is where AJAX steps in and is our savor. Lets start with compiling what we need. First make sure you have the latest jQuery edition. Then you will also need jQuery Form to help with the validation and submission of the form. Now that we have our libraries...
  4. Create a Graceful jQuery Tabbed Widget in 5 Easy Steps — Tabbed widget boxes have become a popular way to display useful information while conserving valuable screen real estate. Here you’ll learn how to use jQuery and some CSS to create an attractive tabbed widget that gracefully degrades into separate boxes...
  5. jTruncate - Text Truncation for jQuery
  6. Detect an Event on an Element using jQuery — The jQuery event.type is very useful when you want to detect the nature of an event on an Element and determine if it was a click, doubleclick, mousemove, mouseenter and so on. Here’s how to detect the Event Type on an Element with minimal code in jQuery...
  7. Horizontal and Vertical Centering Using CSS: A Beginner's Guide — There comes a time in every web designer's life, when you're trying to center an HTML element and it's failing miserably. You're ready to pull the plug on CSS, revert back to tables, and use deprecated tags and attributes like:
    , align, and valign. In this tutorial we're going to shed some light on the subject, and hopefully help demystify the process of centering HTML elements using CSS...
  8. Backgrounds In CSS: Everything You Need To Know — Backgrounds are a core part of CSS. They are one of the fundamentals that you simply need to know. In this article, we will cover the basics of using CSS backgrounds, including properties such as background-attachment...
  9. Firefinder For Firebug — Firefinder is an extension to Firebug (in Firefox) and offers the functionality to, in a quick way, find HTML elements matching chosen CSS selector(s) or XPath expression. It allows you to instantly test your CSS selectors in the page while seeing the content at the same time, and matching elements will be highlighted...
  10. 25 Incredibly Useful CSS Tricks You Should Know — Here are 25 incredibly useful CSS tricks that will help you design great web interfaces. You might be aware of some or all of these techniques, but this can be your handy resource to nifty CSS tricks that you should know...
  11. Add / Remove items with jQuery — In this example I’m going to create text field and 2 buttons that will allow me to add and remove text fields. Similar to online apps that allow you to create web form...
  12. Silverlight Data Examples Have Been Updated — my examples there to include my MVVM, Prism and Declarative UI examples (to go with the skinning/switchable Astoria example)...
  13. Some Simple CSS Rules — However, a few years ago I was forced to get good at CSS and have gotten to the point that I feel confident I could create almost ANY look and feel using CSS and table-less design. There are some things that I do regularly to help me out...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. Best Gimp Button Design Tutorials Collection
  2. — Scott Hanselman's 2009 Ultimate Developer and Power Users Tool List for Windows — Everyone collects utilities, and most folks have a list of a few that they feel are indispensable. Here's mine. Each has a distinct purpose, and I probably touch each at least a few times a week. For me, "util" means utilitarian and it means don't clutter my tray. If it saves me time, and seamlessly integrates with my life, it's the bomb. Many/most are free some aren't. Those that aren't free are very likely worth your 30-day trial, and perhaps your money...
  3. Status of Google services
  4. Booting from a VHD — Hosting an OS in a virtual machine can be very useful for developers, but sometimes one pays a price in terms of performance. In Windows 7 developers can get improved performance in virtual machines by native booting a VHD. First create a Virtual PC that hosts Windows 7, then restart your computer, and finally boot directly into the VHD that contains the Windows 7 OS. When you native boot a VHD your virtual machine runs very close to the metal; performance is greatly enhanced and you have much better support for OS features that may not be available inside a standard Virtual PC. I find this very useful, particularly when working with demanding software development projects. When I boot into a VHD that contains Windows 7 and Visual Studio, I can load big projects and still see good performance while coding and debugging...
  5. 35 Excellent Wireframing Resources — Wireframing is one of the most valuable parts of any web design project. It can save a designer tons of time by hashing out the details of a site’s architecture, functionality, and content prior to actually starting a visual design...
  6. 10 Mac alternatives to Windows utilities — I’ve been spending an extended time on the Mac in order to explore Snow Leopard. As far as possible, I’ve done all my work on the Mac since its release. The trial will be over soon … but in the meantime I’m sharing notes on some of the utilities I used for tasks I normally do on Windows, in no particular order...
  7. Work with Silverlight Deep Zoom — One sample that we planned in our next release will be the cool Silverlight deep zoom. Silverlight deep zoom allows you to display large images or image collections very efficiently. The end users will download a thumbnail of the large image first. As the user zooms in, part of the large image will be downloaded and rendered before the user. Other than the features provided out of box, you can also do a lot of customizations and integrate deep zoom with other parts of Silverlight in your own project...



Дата публикации: 03.09.2009 19:37

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web