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.NET

  1. LINQ Part 1 – LINQ for XML — It looked like we should look a bit about LINQ fundamentals before we actually get into the core programming for our Silverlight twitter application. So we’ll look into LINQ for a few more posts, then we will proceed with our usual Silverlight stuff. Line INtegrated Query allows us to use Query language to select data from almost any type of data sources like XML, SQL, Objects, etc.... For more information about LINQ, visit this page, I don’t want to get deep into the details. You can get the sample XML files...

Web

  1. Pushing Your Buttons With Practical CSS3 — CSS3 is the partially implemented sequel to the CSS2 spec we all know and love. It’s already popping up in new browsers such as Firefox 3.5, Safari 4 and Chrome. In this article, the first of the articles that explore practical (and even far-fetched) implementation of CSS3, we start by applying CSS3 to something we all have to create: buttons...
  2. Simple Tooltip for Huge Number of Elements — There are many, many jQuery tooltip plugins out there, and some of them are very good. But when someone on the jQuery Google Group asked (a year ago) which plugin could handle displaying tooltips for 2,000 links on a page, I wasn't able to find one. So, I decided to throw together a quick little plugin myself and was surprised by how easy it was...
  3. Beautiful Slide Out Navigation: A CSS and jQuery Tutorial — Today I want to show you how to create an amazing slide out menu or navigation for your website. The navigation will be almost hidden – the items only slide out when the user hovers over the area next to them. This gives a beautiful effect and using this technique can spare you some space on your website. The items will be semi-transparent which means that content under them will not be completely hidden...
  4. 15 Handpicked Fresh and Useful jQuery Tutorials — jQuery has really simplified the work flow for web designers. Even someone with basic javascript understanding can use it. These tutorials are proof of that. In this post you will find 15 really useful jQuery tutorials that has been published in the previous month or so...
  5. 35 Most Wanted Firefox Add-ons for Web Developers and Designers — Such tiny but helpful add-ons always make life easier and it absolutely saves time and go through the listed most wanted firefox add-ons and share other most useful add-ons for most of peoples need, leave your positive comments here...
  6. Google boosts Chrome dev tools — Google on Monday detailed recent improvements to its Google Chrome developer tools, which include the addition of a heap profiler for JavaScript and a timeline tab offering overviews of where time is spent when loading a Web application...

Visual Studio

  1. LINQ to Visual Studio Solution — In attempting to write software for Windows Mobile using Visual Studio C# Express or SharpDevelop, I found that there is some common code that is generated by the designers which does not work on Windows Mobile. Instead of fixing it by hand every time I changed something on the form, I wanted to write a general refactoring tool that I could run from the command line (or the "Tools" menu) and fix the problem code...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. VirtualBox 3.1 Killer Features
  2. Updates: VMMap v2.5, Disk2vhd v1.4; Sigcheck v1.63; Autoruns v9.57; PsExec v1.97; PsKill v1.13 and a new Mark's Windows Internals Session video from PDC 2009
  3. Azure Benefits for MSDN Subscribers — One thing to notice is that the 750 hours plan is an introductory plan only valid for the first 8 months. Gee, sounds like cell phone plans!...
  4. Review: Zeo Personal Sleep Coach — There's been jokes for years asking if I sleep. I do tend to stay up late and I get a lot done between 2am and 5am, but I sleep quite nicely, thank you... 



Дата публикации: 03.12.2009 19:26

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web