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.NET

  1. Creating a comma separated list from IEnumerable … again — How many variations on the theme can we really have...

Web

  1. Tooltip and Image Preview Using jQuery
  2. 10 Javascript & CSS TreeView and Sitemap Plugins and Tutorials — Personally, I think Yahoo UI is very robust, but it's can be too complicated for beginner to pick it up. However, it does come with a lot of useful control that we might have spend few hours or days to implement it...
  3. 8 Useful jQuery Calendar, Date Picker and Time Formatting Plugins that You Should Know — jQuery is one of the most popular Javascript library. It’s easy to use, flexible, and most of all there’s a lot of jQuery tutorials and plugins available out which ease the the creation of dynamic effects and web controls. jQuery has become one of the most used JavaScript libraries today and can be found in the core of popular products like Wordpress, joomla and Drupal...
  4. jPaginate: A Fancy jQuery Pagination Plugin — jPaginate is a jQuery pagination plugin that comes with a twist: animated page numbers. The user can slide through the available page numbers by clicking or just hovering over the arrows. Shortlinks to the first and last page are available as well...
  5. CSS Box Model: The Foundation For Improving Your CSS — The CSS box model lies behind everything you do in CSS. Every element is defined by a rectangular box that encloses that element. Understanding how the box model works is a key to understanding CSS and having greater control over your layout and presentation. Let’s dive right in and talk about what the CSS box model is, how one box affects the boxes around it, and some common browser issues when displaying...
  6. First public drop for Web Client Guidance Available on Codeplex — For WCSF, we will port it to Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4.0. We do not plan on adding new functionality to this release. This effort has started as Don Smith recently blogged...
  7. Create an attractive loading panel in jQuery — One of the important things about web programming, especially when using AJAX, from a usability standpoint is to provide a responsive user interface to the audience. This level of responsiveness to the user’s actions can be achieved in many different ways; showing messages, changing colors, adding animation, changing contexts, basically anything that provides a natural transition from the action performed by the user...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. Google Chrome OS – astonishing — I’m watching Google’s press briefing on the forthcoming Chrome OS. It is amazing. What Google is developing is a computer that answers several of the problems that have troubled users since the advent of the personal computer...
  2. "Cloud Cloud Cloud, if you're not in it, you're out!"... or something — If one word was used more often than anything else in the keynote it was likely the word 'cloud'. Cloud, cloud, cloud, azure, cloud, cloud, azure, cloud, azure... and so on. Perhaps it's the weather in Seattle which made Microsoft fall so in love with clouds, I don't know, but all this cloud-love made me a little uneasy. This morning I woke up and realized why: it's too foggy. You see, the whole time I was watching the keynote, I had the idea I was watching the keynote of some conference about some science I have no knowledge about whatsoever...
  3. Always write a spec, part one — Joel had a great series of articles many years ago about the benefits of writing functional specifications, that is, specifications of how the product looks to its users. I want to talk a bit about technical specifications, that is, a specification of how something actually works behind the scenes. A while back, I described how I wrote a seemingly-trivial piece of code by first writing the technical spec, and then writing the code to exactly implement the spec...
  4. Windows 7 Tip and Tricks - A Must Read! — As a Microsoft employee I have been using Windows 7 since the early internal betas. I have been impressed with the operating system (OS) since day one and it has improved with each iteration leading up to release. There are some nice, obvious user interface changes that have been made. Many of them are obvious, while others, not so much. The problem is, it is easy to load up a new OS and just keep using it like you did the old one. Same menu clicks and shortcut keys...
  5. UX Design Tools & Techniques — Hello, I’m Jeffrey Dunn (User Experience Designer) with the Office Design Group (ODG). As Shawn mentioned in his “Designing with Customer in Mind” post, ODG includes UX Designers who work to create compelling software. I’d like to share with you a little bit of the design work that went into Office 2010. I hope to give you a sense of the scope of our work and how it’s made 2010 a better experience for you...
  6. Designing Social Interfaces: Overview and Practical Techniques — This is the nature of the social Web. Social news websites, message boards, social networks, online stores and blogs all have some sort of user interaction going on, whether it’s comments on a blog post or social games on Facebook. The critical issue here is that people are not interacting directly with other people...
  7. Building Applications for Windows Azure — Building your application or service for the cloud lets you focus on building the right software using the skills you already have while someone else handles the details of infrastructure, hardware, and service management...
  8. 3 Short Videos - Introduction to Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 — Straight from the halls of Microsoft - a 3 video series on building Windows Azure applications using Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2. The videos showcase the Windows Azure Tools...
  9. New Xbox 360 features now available (Twitter, Facebook, Zune Video and Last.FM) — We’ve just released the latest new features for your Xbox 360. In case you’ve been off the grid for the past few months and don’t know what is in this update, allow me to give you the some of the highlights: Facebook, Zune Video, Twitter and Last.FM...
  10. 10 Free Server & Network Monitoring Tools that Kick Ass — When you have a website or a network, it’s helpful to be aware of any issues as soon as they occur. There are open source and freeware server/network monitoring tools that will supervise your infrastructure for any issues that may arise. These tools are meant to aid you in avoiding being taken offline and evaluating if your resource needs has outgrown your infrastructure...
  11. My Overheating IBM ThinkPad T60p Laptop — My faithful old IBM T60p laptop has been with me for years. Over time, and every so slowly, it has been running hotter and hotter (especially when running complex spatial queries on SQL Server 2008 or generating map-based reports using the new SQL Server 2008 R2 Report Builder… ;-). A few weeks ago it got so hot that I had to take it off my lap … and then things went from bad to worse...



Дата публикации: 19.11.2009 19:48

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web