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.NET

  1. A Feed You Should Read #7 – A Continuous Learner’s Weblog, Links — Links, links, links. Links here, links there, links everywhere. From Email, tweets, IM’s, text messages, TV, snail mail, friends, family, coworkers, links from all sides. Sometimes it feels we’re drowning in links. Yet there are those who are our link lifeguards, providing life preservers, acting as our silent yet thoughtful guides, day in and out...
  2. Model View Presenter via .NET — Model-View-Presenter is a design pattern for separating the concerns of display and display coordination when interacting with an underlying object model / domain. Better put as Model, Presenter, View due to the sequence of connections that are actually involved...

Web

  1. 51 jQuery with ASP.NET Controls Recipes — Today I am glad to announce my new EBook – 51 Tips, Tricks and Recipes with jQuery and ASP.NET Controls. Being an ASP.NET Microsoft MVP, I have always had the opportunity to have early access to products and explore new web technologies, first hand...
  2. Curtain opener animation using jQuery — Add a jazzy curtain opener animation for your website. Use this animation as an intro for your website or product...
  3. The Simple, Quick, and Small jQuery HTML Form Validation Solution — This is a tutorial on how to write a live validation script for HTML form inputs using jQuery. There are plenty of these out there already, but in most cases I found that they could not be applied quickly. 9 out of 10 websites that I develop need nothing more than a simple validation to tell the user when an input was left empty or filled in improperly...
  4. jQuery - easyTicker plugin — jQuery – easyTicker est un des premiers plugins jQuery que j’ai developpe (et le premier a paraitre sur ce site)...
  5. 78 jQuery Scenarios to Fall in Love — I am in love with jQuery, are you? If you are not then you may not have seen the productivity in web design that can happen by using jQuery. I have collected some of the most interesting jQuery scenarios around the web that can make you fall in love with it...

Visual Studio

  1. Top Ten Free Extensions for Visual Studio 2008 — This article is part of my series on Visual Studio Extensions. Before you read it, please read the Introduction. It tells you the purpose of the series and gives you some tips on presenting my material. This article is designed to give you what you need to deliver a successful presentation. The speaker notes and demo script, along with the videos, are part of the package, and you won't learn everything from just the text of the article. My goal is to increase developer awareness of Visual Studio Extensions by making it easy for anyone to deliver a presentation on them at a user group, code camp...
  2. Resharper 5.0 - Bookmarks — I read a lot more code than I write. When exploring new projects, doing code reviews, tracking down a bug, I like to mark different paths the flow of execution may take. Most often to keep track of call stacks and what goes where, I usually end up using a piece of paper with a pencil drawing lines to various methods and interfaces. I could use Visual Studio which has had the concept of bookmarks for some time. You can put a bookmark in code which creates a bit of a mark in your file that you can come back to later...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. A Google Wave Guide For Dummies — Today i got my invitation for Google’s new service called “Google Wave”. It was not something new to me since i already had access to the sandbox but today i finally found some time to play with it. I found some excellent features and some things that i think it would be great if the guys at Google implement in the near feature. We use simple plain language in this article. Wavelets,blips and other stuff might be difficult for some users to follow...
  2. iPhone App Design Trends — For the past two years, the elegant iPhone has housed some of the most poorly designed applications you could imagine. The hype surrounding iPhone has prompted many designers across the globe to try their skills with the new mobile medium. The result are literally thousands of various iPhone-applications that are often hardly usable and counter-intuitive...
  3. ReadyBoost Changes in Windows 7 — ReadyBoost is a feature that was introduced in Windows Vista, allowing a flash memory device (such as a USB flash drive or SD card) to act as a memory cache. This assisted with increasing a PC's performance, especially when physical memory was limited or not upgradable...



Дата публикации: 11.10.2009 20:14

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web