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.NET

  1. Looping in an enum type
  2. Private Extension Methods — I spent a few hours on a failed experiment recently, but one concept that outlived the spike was how to make use of private extension methods. By private I mean the extension methods have a private access modifier and are only visible inside of a single class...

Web

  1. Beautiful and Simple CSS Button Styling — You feel the buttons are not beautiful in form and display on different browsers. CSS buttons are much more efficient than image-based buttons because they’re entirely text-based. If you are looking for a simple and effective way of creating dynamic CSS buttons with cross browser compatibility, these tutorials are for you...
  2. Mastering CSS Coding: Getting Started — CSS has become the standard for building websites in today’s industry. Whether you are a hardcore developer or designer, you should be familiar with it. CSS is the bridge between programming and design, and any Web professional must have some general knowledge of it...
  3. Disappearing “Scroll to top” link with jQuery and CSS — This tutorial will help you build a scroll to top link, or whatever you call it, that appears when the user scrolls down, and disappears when users reach the top of the page using a combination of CSS and jQuery (a free javascript framework). You'll need to download jQuery if you aren't using it already...
  4. jQueryPad — jQueryPad is a fast JavaScript and HTML editor. Just start it, enter the HTML you want to work with, bash in your jQuery code, and hit F5 to see the results. Say goodbye to ALT+TAB....
  5. Event handling in JavaScript
  6. jQuery Performance Rules — Once upon a time, all we needed to worry about was reducing Bytes and Requests and playing around with load order to make things faster. Nowadays, we are increasingly impacting one more major component in performance – CPU utilization. Using jQuery and other frameworks that make selecting nodes and DOM manipulation easy can have adverse affects if you’re not careful and follow some simple practices for reducing the work the browser has to do...
  7. CSS3 Styled jQuery Dropdown — I found a really nice and simple jQuery dropdown menu on CSS Tricks and I thought, let’s add some neat style to it. You can find the original here...
  8. How to disable an ASP.NET button when clicked — Originally I thought this was going to be simple by using the onclientclick property of the ASP.NET button server control but although that worked to disable the button, it did not continue with the form postback. Eventually after quite a bit of Googling and some more failed attempts I figured out this solution...
  9. Creating a Filtering User Interface With jQuery In a Web Forms Application: Part 1 — jQuery is a lightweight, cross-browser JavaScript library designed to ease JavaScript's most common tasks, including inspecting and manipulating the Document Object Model (DOM) and making out of band HTTP requests to support AJAX functionality. In plain English, jQuery makes it easy to perform client-side tasks like adding or removing attributes or CSS classes to elements in the DOM, or showing or hiding elements on the page in response to a user action (such as clicking a button). jQuery is used by many popular Web 2.0 sites to help implement rich, interactive features...

Visual Studio

  1. How to Comment-Uncomment Code Selection in Style Sheets - (or How to fix Visual Studio's broken implementation) — If you commonly comment out portions of code, then you are used to highlighting a portion of text and using the shortcut of CTRL+K, CTRL+C (or the toolbar) to comment out the selected text...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. VMware Workstation 7.0 / Player 3.0 / ACE 2.6 reach Release Candidate status — In June the Russian website OpenNET unveiled the new features introduced in the first beta of VMware Workstation 7.0...
  2. Good Developers Write Good Code, Instinctively — So my last post ruffled some feathers, but Steve hit the nail right on the head in his commments, and it was sort of the subtext of what I was saying...
  3. SDLC – Software Development Lifecycle … what’s the point? (Posts Links)
  4. Minimizing Complexity In User Interfaces — Clean. Easy to use. User-friendly. Intuitive. This mantra is proclaimed by many but often gets lost in translation. The culprit: complexity. How one deals with complexity can make or break an application. A complex interface can disorient the user in a mild case and completely alienate them in an extreme case...
  5. Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Troubleshooting for Dummies (like me) — Does your Windows displays nice, we all love, BSOD once in a while or perhaps, god forbid, often? There are two most plausible suspects for this behavior. And no, it is rarely Windows fault. Instead it is either hardware or driver and I won’t even dig into the quality of drivers produced by various hardware companies...
  6. New Tool: Disk2vhd v1.0
  7. Hilarious and Crazy Signage, Part 13 — Some signs are certain to crack you up, some are likely to infuriate you, some send such mixed signals hardly a human being will come out of the experience unaffected. Perhaps, some would even pledge to enter the sign design business, just to keep the streets unpolluted by the atrocities you are about to see (or, on the contrary, become urban art junkies to seek out more examples of signage insanity)...



Дата публикации: 08.10.2009 20:47

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web