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.NET

  1. Json in .NET — I use Json all the time, but I feel like its super annoying in .NET. Typically Id call some web service that returns Json. In .NET it seems like the best thing to is to define a data contract and use the DataContractSerializer...
  2. Performance: Using LCG to copy property values of two objects — Today I gave last performance boost to my property values copying mechanism. I would like to thank my readers Ron and David to remind me Lightweight Code Generation (LCG) and pointing me out aussie bloke blog entry Generic copy object using Lightweight Code Generation. In this posting I will show you last performance boost and put down a summary about my experiment...

Web

  1. "Vertical Tabs" for jQuery lovers! — Well, I was just wondering how to start this post and how to write words worth a thousand pictures. However, I believe giving a jQuery plugin a live try, worthes a thousands words. So, hover below and give Vertical Tabs a try...
  2. 9 CSS Best Practices You Need to Know — With just about everything, there are certain best practices that everyone should follow. With CSS, these are some rules that both beginners and experts need to consider, to style your website designs the right way...
  3. Converting An Enter Key Press Into A Tab Key Press For Web Forms — How many times have you been filling out an online form and halfway through filling in your responses you accidentally press the Enter key which then attempts to submit the form? This can be a common problem when the online form is wired up to have a "submit” button be the default form button on a page...
  4. ASP.NET MVC 2 (Release Candidate 2) Now Available
  5. CSS3 Click Chart — The initial release only has 8 examples, with more to be added in the future. Each example visually displays the CSS3 feature, with a clickable heading that opens a box at the bottom of the page for information on that particular feature...



Дата публикации: 07.02.2010 17:38

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web