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.NET

  1. Raising Events, Event Handlers, and the Use of Delegates — When working with an IDE like Visual Studio, most events, particularly those involving Windows Forms applications, are nonlinear. That is, you might have to wait for a user to click a button or press a key to then respond to that event. In server applications, you might have to wait (and listen) for an incoming network request. These capabilities are provided by events in the .NET Framework. Any developer will notice the connection between events and delegates in technical documentation. This article will assume a working knowledge of the .NET Framework 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005 (2008), with the intention of defining both events and delegates...
  2. db4o Object Manager for .NET Improvements — Since the announcement that Object Manager Enterprise would be added to our open source offerings we take the time and a lot of improvements were made: bugs were fixed, code were rewritten and we started to add tests (incipient, but at least we started)...
  3. Statement Trees With Less Pain – Follow-Up on System.Linq.Expressions v4.0 — In my last post, Expression Trees, Take Two – Introducing System.Linq.Expressions v4.0, I showed how to the extensions to the LINQ expression trees API opens up for full-blown statement trees including support for assignment, control flow, etc. One popular question that came up in the comments section is on the lack of language-level support for statement trees...

Web

  1. ASP.NET Menu with jQuery Superfish — Choosing the right type of menu for a website is not easy at all. The ASP.NET Menu Control is definitely NOT a good starting point due to the horrendous markup it renders, nor is it good for SEO because of the Markup/Content ratio, neither can it be easily styled...
  2. Mastering CSS, Part 2: Advanced Techniques and Tools — In Part 1: Styling Design Elements we covered the basics of web design with CSS. In Part 2 we’re offering up some more advanced techniques and effects you can achieve with CSS. Everything from creating your own online apps (like calendars) to styling web pages for use with the iPhone to some basics of working with CSS3 is covered here...
  3. 6 Ways To Work With Dates In JavaScript — The first example just shows you how to get the current date and time. Note that this can vary slightly depending upon the browser. Also, it does not factor in your time zone...
  4. JavaScript: A tool too sharp? — When I first started JavaScript, I thought so too. My problem was that I approached JavaScript from the eyes of a C# developer. But C#, JavaScript is not. So what are the main gripes of JavaScript?...
  5. Styling the ASP.NET Wizard Control to have the Steps Across the top — The default style of the ASP.NET Wizard control is not the best. For the sidebar to work, and display all the wizard steps in a wizard requires quite a bit of space. And in all the wizards we end up creating, we don't want the user to jump from one step to the next using the sidebar. We make the user click from step to step linearly...
  6. 75 Amazing CSS Navigations and Jquery Examples — Navigation or Menu is a most imprtant part of website desiging but it is not easy to make. This is time taking job. Now you have to need something that you can use in your website and your visitors can easly navigate that...
  7. Preload with jQuery — Recently i wrote an article on understanding preloading and right after completed writing that article, I’m on my journey to create a jQuery gallery for a project. At that time, i found an interested method written by Matt on preload with jQuery. And i think this should be adopt by many programmers out there. But basically, he creates a preload function for jQuery as shown below...
  8. Dynamic Bulleted List using jQuery — Recently I had to take a list of items from a service and display it in a Bulleted List dynamically created. The requirement was to use plain HTML and jQuery...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. How to Create Your First iPhone Application — This how-to guide is supposed to walk you through the steps to make your idea for an iPhone app a reality. This post presents various ideas, techniques, tips, and resources that may come in handy if you are planning on creating your first iPhone application...



Дата публикации: 13.08.2009 20:28

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web