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.NET

  1. Testing to see if a record Exists in LINQ to SQL — There are a number of options you can consider when testing to see if a record exists using LINQ to SQL. Which one should you use? It depends… In general, check the generated SQL for various options in SQL Management Studio to see the how the various execution plans compare. For example, each of the following can tell you if a record exists...
  2. NHibernate Profiler v1.0 Released — The NHibernate Profiler started about a year ago, and I estimated it at about three months of development. We released the public beta version in that time frame, and I think that we could have called in v1.0 then...
  3. Taming Your Sequence’s Side-Effects Through IEnumerable.Let — Side-effects don’t fit together very well with functional-style delayed computation, as observed in LINQ. Having such constructs embedded in an otherwise eagerly evaluated imperative language like C# can cause quite some confusion from time to time. A few samples (due to Erik Meijer) of such “mishaps” are shown below...
  4. Simplifying LazyLinq — This is the fourth in a series of posts on LazyLinq, a wrapper to support lazy initialization and deferred disposal of a LINQ query context...
  5. Announcing Gallio and MbUnit v3.1! — Gallio v3.1 is a major upgrade to the platform. This release includes many new features, better performance, and improved robustness...

Web

  1. 15 jQuery Plugins to Fix and Beautify Browser Issues — We advocate using CSS whenever possible, and we often successed. Modern browsers have very good support for CSS — it’s certainly good enough for you to use CSS to control layout and presentation. Sometimes however, certain page elements will appear differently in different browsers. That’s why today we wanted to highlight 15 jQuery solutions...
  2. YUI 2.8.0: Storage Utility, ProgressBar Control, Swf and SwfStore Utilities — The YUI team and project contributors are pleased to announce the immediate availability of YUI 2.8.0. This release brings in four new components (Storage Utility, SWFStore Utility, SWF Utility, and the ProgressBar Control) along with hundreds of fixes and enhancements. George Puckett’s release notes for YUI 2.8.0 provide a comprehensive overview of the changes...
  3. jQuery UI Datepicker and z-Index — The jQuery date picker is a nice little date picking solution that’s easy to use and work with. I’ve used this control in many places and some time ago wrapped it into an ASP.NET server control to make it easier to work with yet. The control works great, but there’s one thing that a number of people using the control have run into: When the date picker is used with other controls that use z-Indexes extensively it’s quite easy to end up with a date picker that doesn’t pop up properly...
  4. Implementing a jQuery-Calendar ASP.NET Control — I've posted a wrapper ASP.NET around the jQuery.UI Datepickercontrol. This small client side calendar control is compact, looks nice and is very easy to use and I've added it some time back to my control library...
  5. How to save information about DataSet into the XML when serializing it with WriteXML() — Well, ideally we could have a property on the dataset called, for example, Description that would also be serialized. Unfortunately there isn’t.
    So I came up with this simple solution...
  6. Rounded corners and dog ears — This plugin takes the edge off corners and replaces it with various shapes (rounded, beveled, notched, etc.). I have applied two examples – rounded corners and dog ears – to Web Part headers on this page...

Visual Studio

  1. Build your .NET project with a right click in Windows Explorer — This is a tool that I always install on my machine because it saves you from opening Visual Studio when you just want to compile a solution/project. You can just do it right from the Windows Explorer. Today I spent 10 minutes searching for it, as I couldn’t remember the name, I made a little ‘note to self’...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. Online Plagiarism and what you can do about it — Lazy, unethical people who republish RSS feeds and similar content and surround it with advertising for profit abound. In general this is an annoyance, but you probably can’t do much about it. However where I believe this “crosses the line” is when somebody deliberately copies all of your original content, removes all identifying links and author attribution, and then republishes this wholesale on their site or blog for expected profit...
  2. Google Chrome 4 Extensions: How To Create – Twitter Client [Download] [Tutorial] — Chrome 4 is long-lived Google’s dream. Till Chrome 3, Chrome had the inherited disadvantages which prevented it from replacing Firefox — The Extensions Read more: http://geeknizer.com/google-chrome-4-extensions-how-to-create-twitter-client-download-tutorial/#ixzz20OQHAURZ...



Дата публикации: 14.09.2009 20:57

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web