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.NET

  1. Coming soon: Jeffrey Richter’s CLR via C#, Third Edition
  2. Demystifying LINQ Aggregates — This post aims to dissect the power that exists in the Aggregate LINQ operator. I have realized that most programmers use it sparingly and have decided to put a couple of examples to clarify how you can use the Aggregate operator to perform a few tricks. The screenshot below relates to the small examples that follow...
  3. C# Code to send an email — I’ve been doing some testing of email enabled lists, and I needed to send quite a lot of emails, so I wrote a little console app to do it. Here’s the core of the code I used, in case I need it again, or it’s useful to someone. It uses System.Net.Mail...
  4. LINQ query operators and null lists — One of my pet peeves with the LINQ extension methods is their inability to handle null source lists. For example, this will throw an ArgumentNullException...
  5. Query transformations are syntactic — As you probably know, there are two ways to write a LINQ query in C#. The way I personally prefer is to use the “query comprehension” syntax...
  6. Free (reg-ware) PowerShell v1 eBook (593 pages) – “SAPIEN’s Windows Powershell V1.0: TFM” — With the recent release of Windows PowerShell v.2 and the immanent publication of our well regarded Windows PowerShell v.2 TFM book by Don Jones and Jeff Hicks, SAPIEN is releasing our Windows PowerShell v.1 TFM eBook as a FREE download to the public. Even though this eBook is for version 1 of PowerShell, the book still contains loads of valuable information about PowerShell’s core workings and cmdlets...
  7. More On The Death of If-Else — Following along with Aaron’s post using C#, we’d start with a list of Channel objects...
  8. A LINQ Tutorial: Adding/Updating/Deleting Data — A tutorial that walks through adding/updating/deleting data in your database with LINQ to SQL while keeping your class relationships (M:M, 1:M, and M:1) synchronized...

Web

  1. What’s New in YUI Test 3.0.0 — A new version of YUI Test accompanied the release of YUI 3.0.0. YUI Test for 3.0.0 is more than just a port of the 2.x-compatible version of YUI Test, however, introducing several new features. These have come about as a result of developer requests and conversations I’ve had with those already using the tool...
  2. JSON versus XML: Your Choice Matters More Than You Think — One of the things a developer may or may not have control over when building enterprise applications is the format of the data used to communicate (integrate) with other applications. Increasingly services external to the enterprise are very Web 2.0 in that they provide HTTP-based APIs for integration that exchange data in one of a couple of standard formats: XML and JSON...
  3. Beautiful Slide Out Navigation Revised — After I got a lot of feedback for the Beautiful Slide Out Navigation, I had some new ideas for a similar horizontal navigation. Thanks a lot to everyone! Like Stefan Matei pointed out, it might be quite cute but we don’t want the user to hover over all options first, in order...
  4. Making a Fresh Content Accordion — When developing a website, it is a great challenge to be able to organize the content in such a way, that it is both intriguing and eye-catching. Not to mention how important it is to prevent information overloading by exposing your visitors to too much data in a single view...
  5. 23 Best jQuery Facebook Style Plugins — The Facebook User Interface is one of the most popular, attractive and simple to use. At the same time, it is a challenge for designers to create these kind of user interface. These jQuery plugins help designes to create facebbok style UI with ease...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. First Steps to Downloading the Azure SDK — In order to start building Azure applications, you need to have Visual Studio 2008 or higher to install the SDK and tools. Windows Azure SDK and tools...
  2. Absolute Step 1 for getting started with Azure
  3. Writing User Friendly Content — The first thing to consider while evaluating the copy you’ve written for your website is your audience. For example, on a blog I write about geckos, I tend to use gecko jargon such as ‘feeders’ (insects that geckos eat), ‘hatchlings’ (baby geckos), and ‘herps’...
  4. Speed Tracer — Speed Tracer is a tool to help you identify and fix performance problems in your web applications. It visualizes metrics that are taken from low level instrumentation points inside of the browser and analyzes them as your application runs. Speed Tracer is available as a Chrome extension and works on all platforms where extensions are currently supported (Windows and Linux)...



Дата публикации: 10.12.2009 19:24

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web