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.NET

  1. Quick Tip: Embedding and Accessing Schemas in .NET — I have a project I'm working on that requires the use of some extensive XML manipulation. While XML can be very powerful, XML without a schema is like JavaScript objects: no strong typing and the wild west as far as standards are concerned. A good, solid XML document will have a valid schema to validate against...
  2. Continuing to an outer loop — When you have a nested loop, sometimes you want to “continue” the outer loop, not the inner loop. For example, here we have a sequence of criteria and a sequence of items, and we wish to determine if there is any item which matches every criterion...
  3. 16 Ways To Create IObservables without implementing IObservable — The Reactive Extensions for .Net offers plenty of ways to create IObservables...
  4. Why Can't I Access A Protected Member From A Derived Class? Part Six — Reader Jesse McGrew asks an excellent follow-up question to my 2005 post about why you cannot access a protected member from a derived class. (You probably want to re-read that post in order to make sense of this one.)...
  5. Building custom LINQ expressions made easy with DynamicQueryable. — A colleague of mine recently called me out on the fact that I haven't blogged in … oh about a year and a half. Well it’s 2010 now and resolution season is in full swing so here’s my attempt at getting back on the ball (no promises though)...

Web

  1. Paging Records Sucks – Use jQuery to Scroll Just In Time — Why do I call this a “fail pattern”? Because we know better by now – we know that people rarely go to pages 2- whatever and that when they do, they rarely come back to page 1. We have 3 seconds to capture a user’s attention on a new visit – that’s it. If you make them page they will leave, and it’s amazing how many applications still use this dated way of showing information...
  2. Cross-domain requests with jQuery! — Chris Heilmann recently posted on how to use YQL to make cross-domain requests, which would usually be prohibited due to the same-domain-policy. I already knew about YQL, but I had no idea that it allowed retrieval of HTML from other sites, via JSON, returned as a single string...
  3. The Weekly Source Code 47 - ASP.NET 3.5 Dynamic Data: FilterRepeaters and Dynamic Linq Query Generation — First, let me start this post by thanking Tatham Oddie. He helped my buddy John Batdorf and I debug our issue remotely from Australia. He's patient, kind, opinionated and Tatham's got a darn fine blog that you should subscribe to now. I also found great inspiration from Stephen Naughton's excellent blog. He's continually pushing ASP.NET and Dynamic Data to do fun things and I was able to use 95% of his auto-complete code as I found it. And finally Marcin Dobosz's blog is where I started, taking his Dynamic Data sample Filter Repeaters and ending up at the Dynamic Data Futures samples...
  4. 45 Powerful CSS/JavaScript-Techniques — CSS and JavaScript are extremely powerful tools for designers and developers. However, sometimes it’s difficult to come up with the one excellent idea that would solve a problem that you are facing right now. Good news: almost every day designers and developers come up with fresh and clever CSS tricks and techniques and share them with other developers online...
  5. 70+ Beautiful CSS Techniques — Well, I guess that almost all of you knows CSS and what it can do for you. But some astonishing techniques still remains obscure for a lot of developers. In this article, let’s see 10 cross browser css techniques to definitely enhance your designs...

Visual Studio

  1. How to transform old properties to automatic properties with a ‘simple’ search and replace — Say you have a (typically autogenerated) class with properties like...
  2. Writing plug-ins for ReSharper: Part 1 of Undefined — ReSharper does a lot of things, but as they say, you can’t please all the people all of the time. However, one the great things about ReSharper is that it is quite extensible and there are already quite a number plug-ins available. Some of the better known ones are...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. How to create great work environments — What this question is really asking is how can the person in charge create an atmosphere where learning is rewarded. Nearly every manager or leader talks about this, but rarely is it true...
  2. Step by Step sign up for the MSDN Subscriber offer for the Windows Azure Platform — You can learn the Windows Azure Platform and develop against it locally on your own machine using only the SDK and a copy of Visual Studio (details here) – but at some point you will want to deploy your application to the cloud and understand how it is managed etc. At which point this offer may be just what you need...
  3. Updates: ProcDump v1.7, AccessChk v4.24, Sigcheck v1.64, Desktops v1.01, LiveKd v3.13



Дата публикации: 14.01.2010 18:53

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web