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.NET

  1. How to Fill a ListBox/DropDownList from an Enum — There was a question about this on the Asp.Net forums and after a quick search I didn't find a good generic function so I thought I'd supply one...
  2. LINQ to Ducks – Bringing Back The Duck-Typed foreach Statement To LINQ — I promise, it will be a (relatively) short post this time. You all know the foreach statement in C#, don’t you? Think twice before you answer and tell me exactly how the following works...
  3. Why all .NET developers need a memory profiler ! — It is one of the dirty secrets of software development: the number of memory leaks that find their way into production code. Memory leaks are a special category of bug because they can easily go unnoticed. The user's perspective is that they start work using your application and everything is fine. If it is an application that is used lightly, maybe run once every morning to create a report, than everything is fine for ever. If it is a long-running application then eventually it will cause problems, though the user may not know which bit of software is to blame. Since Windows rarely runs out of memory, the user might just notice everything slowing down...
  4. A total n00b’s guide to migrating from a custom data layer to Nhibernate: so many choices — One of the great things about NHibernate is its vibrant community and ecosystem. So many people are using it or building other libraries on top of it that you can be pretty sure that there is always a reasonable solution to any problem you might face...

Web

  1. Fading JavaScript Menu — I wanted to make a menu that faded in shortly after the page loads, plus I wanted to fade in any of the sub categories when I hovered over a parent category and (call me crazy) I wanted something that would work across browsers. About five hours later I had created the Fading Javascript Menu...
  2. Taming Advanced CSS Selectors — The best way to avoid these plagues spreading in your markup and keep it clean and semantic, is by using more complex CSS selectors, ones that can target specific elements without the need of a class or an id, and by doing that keep our code and our stylesheets flexible...
  3. 20 Top jQuery tips & tricks for jQuery programmers — Following are few very useful jQuery Tips and Tricks for all jQuery developers. I am sharing these as I think they will be very useful to you...
  4. jQuery - Accessing Dynamic Elements — Given ‘n’ number of dynamically generated elements on a page, all starting with a particular string (e.g. “menu_1, menu_2, menu_3 … menu_n“), and without knowing how many there are, use jQuery to access these elements...
  5. How to add style to your breadcrumbs using CSS
  6. Escaping/Unescaping XML Data — With as popular as XML is, when creating XML files you need to be able to escape certain characters that will not parse correctly if they are not escaped. Until recently I always did this like most other .Net programmers, I wrote a function to do it...
  7. Tabbed Content Rotator Using jQuery — raymondselda.com showed us a wonderful way to Create A Tabbed Content Rotator Using everyone’s favorite Javascript framework, jQuery and an interface library called jQuery UI. This effect can be used effectively on your homepage to present customers with your products and services...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 Boot to VHD — First things first – Create bootable VHD Images to run my OS out of. Yes, I planned to deploy my systems via Boot from VHD, so I needed to create bootable images! And for this little decision, I opted to take advantage of WIM2VHD! So, what exactly is WIM2VHD?...
  2. Some very cool Windows 7 Themes – 26 Different themes for all tastes — Windows 7 is the first ever operating system from Microsoft that has been developed largely by keeping user feedback in mind. It is much more faster and better looking than Vista. If you are one of those users looking to upgrade or buy Windows 7, then you should definitely look out for some custom made themes. Today we present you 26 delighting and refreshing themes created by users of DeviantArt...
  3. Updates: ProcDump v1.4



Дата публикации: 20.08.2009 20:23

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web