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.NET

  1. LINQ to SQL Paging Gotcha — I ran into an issue with how LINQ to SQL implements the Skip and Take operators which leads to records being repeated or missing when performing custom paging...
  2. Attaching an Event Handler — Whenever I need to attach an event handler, usually I use one of these methods, a delegate, anonymous method, or lambda expression...
  3. Enum with String Value — Use this Enum and attribute class in conjunction so that you can create integer enums with string values attached...
  4. String interning and String.Empty — Surely if A equals B, and B equals C, then A equals C; that's the transitive property of equality. It appears to have been thoroughly violated here...

Web

  1. Convert a Relative Path to Absolute Path with jQuery and ASP.NET AJAX — I was messing around with relative paths to files (e.g., "../images/error.gif") and needed to convert them to absolute paths (e.g., "http://server/images/error.gif") on the client but couldn't figure out how. Then I saw this nifty trick to HTML encode things using jQuery and it gave me an idea...
  2. 263 CSS properties
  3. Ellipsis on list item body using jQuery — A common question to receive is on list items with a long body (eg. Announcements) and then show only X characters and optionally a ‘read more’ link. Many ways to solve this but I went for the following: a Custom Field Type that renders the short text with ellipsis using jQuery...
  4. 40+ Desert Island Web Development Tools — Okay, maybe a scenario that’s a bit more likely would work better. What if your computer crashed, wiping out all of your data and programs, and you have a deadline in two days? Or maybe you want to be able to pick up and leave at a moment’s notice without taking anything more than a change of clothes and a USB drive. If you have the apps below, neither of those scenarios would be much of a problem...
  5. Calculating Browser Client Height — When you’re writing a rich Internet application (RIA) in HTML and JavaScript, sometimes you need to programatically place a DOM element relative to the right or bottom edge of the visible browser window. For example, if you want to popup a help balloon near an item of interest, you probably want to make sure that the balloon is fully visible on the screen – not hanging off the edge of the screen, partially obscured. I haven’t found a CSS way to accomplish that, but here are some tidbits I have found...
  6. 35+ Create Amazing Image Effects and Sliders with These Awesome jQuery Plugins — If you have built your business around online customers or online leads, it is crucial that you manage to convert your traffic. A Landing Page is a good way to get your visitor to take action. An effective Landing Page can even optimize your conversion dramatically. This article will show a series of landing page templates that can help you build your own effective landing page on a relatively simple way...
  7. CSS Order Priority Tips and Tricks — In CSS, we often declare more than what we required, overwriting other styles definition. However, in CSS there are certain rules that we must obey for us to properly overwrite the rule that we want as well. In this article, you will find all the CSS order priority tips that can benefit you in writing effective and efficient CSS definition...
  8. 14 Best Collection Of jQuery Web Interface Design Plugins and Tutorials — jQuery lets you design eye catching animated menus and sliders Create attractive user interface for your websites using jQuery wit these jQuery Web Interface Design Plugins and Tutorials...
  9. 15+ Blogs To Follow For jQuery Lovers — Here are 15+ blogs to follow for jQuery fans that frequently create jQuery-oriented content...
  10. Object-Oriented CSS: What, How, and Why — Object-oriented CSS, at its core, is simply writing cleaner, DRYer CSS. It’s not a different language: still the same old CSS we all know and love. It’s just a paradigm shift. Really, object-oriented CSS is a few simple patterns and best practices...
  11. The Only Ten Things You Need To Know About CSS — The Point of CSS is to use clean, simple HTML in your page, then write CSS a€?rulesa€? that style the objects on your page. The page stays clean and looks cool, and your HTML page works on both mobile devices and regular browsers. Thata€™s the point of CSS...
  12. YUI 3.0.0: First GA Release of YUI’s Next-Generation Codeline — We’re pleased to announce today the general-availability release of YUI 3.0.0. YUI 3?s core infrastructure (YUI, Node and Event) and its utility suite (including Animation, IO, Drag & Drop and more) are all considered production-ready with today’s release...
  13. Sliding Top Menu With jQuery — This is a sliding top menu built with jQuery which can be fired through the open & close buttons or with any tag with the related class name...
  14. Best Collection Of jQuery Application Design Tutorials — jQuery, the “write less do more code” helps to create eye catching, useful applications and widgets with ease. These jQuery Application design tutorials lets you create jQuery applications that add a style to websites and meet the simple needs...
  15. 23 excellent CSS Button Styling Tutorials — Button is an esential part on web design, especialy if we have a deal with form. Styling the button is important stuff for better user experience. In this post, i will share with you 23 excellent CSS Button Styling Tutorials with demo page on each Tutorials...
  16. Search Results Design: Best Practices and Design Patterns — The search results page is the prime focus of the search experience, and can make or break a site’s conversion rates. Therefore, bridging the gap between a user and the content or products they seek is a crucial factor in the success of any large website. The responsibility to design an effective search results page is best considered after a thorough examination of some of the features and functions found on search results pages from a number of popular niches...
  17. jQuery Tools: The missing UI library for the Web — jQuery Tools is a collection of the most important user interface components for the web. These are tabs, accordions, tooltips, overlays and scrollables. They can dramatically improve the usability and responsiveness of your site. They mainly focus on presenting information and visual appeal. After all, this is exactly what most websites desperately want: to present their content to the reader in an easy and visually pleasing manner...
  18. jQuery's Filter() Method Can Take A Callback Function For Advanced Filtering — I think one of the most awesome tips that I picked up while reading Cody Lindley's jQuery Enlightenment book was that the filter() method can take a callback function as its argument. Typically, when I use jQuery's filter() method, I simply pass in a selector that it would then use to narrow down the collection of DOM elements...
  19. 30 Gorgeous Horizontal Menus for Inspiration
  20. Building iPhone Apps with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript — Now web designers and developers can join the iPhone app party without having to learn Cocoa's Objective-C programming language. It's true: You can write iPhone apps quickly and efficiently using your existing skills with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. Resource for setting up Windows Server 2008 as a Workstation — This manual will help you to install Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and to configure your pc so you can use it as a workstation...
  2. Updates: LiveKd v3.1, BgInfo v4.16, ProcDump v1.6, Autoruns v9.55 | New Marks Blog Post: Pushing the Limits of Windows: Handles | New video: Mark Talks About Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 at Intel Developer Forum
  3. Restrict Your RAM — I recently had a stress test bug assigned to me that I couldn’t repro on my machine with 6GB of memory. I could have opened the box and physically pulled out a couple sticks, but what fun is that?...
  4. Left 4 Dead Crash Course Add-On Lands on Xbox LIVE — So much for the helicopter rescue. Left 4 Dead’s new Crash Course add-on picks up right after their helicopter rescue at the end of the No Mercy campaign and takes place in the interlude before Death Toll. This add-on, available now for 560 MS Points, adds 10 new achievements, totaling 250 points, and is playable in Co-Op, Survival, and Versus modes. (It’s an awesome Versus map, and the achievements hint that that’s the way it’s intended to be played.)...



Дата публикации: 04.10.2009 21:39

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web