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.NET

  1. Array.ForEach method — simple example for the Array.ForEach method...
  2. C# Delegates, Anonymous Methods, and Lambda Expressions – O My! — Delegates, anonymous methods, and lambda expressions can be very confusing in .NET. I think this is proven in code like the example below. Which one of the calls to First compiles? Which one returns the answer we are looking for; namely the Customer with the ID 5. The answer, incidentally, is that all six calls to First not only compile, but all find the correct customer and are functionally equivalent. If you are at all confused as to why this is true, this article is for you...
  3. My MonoTouch ebook is out - Build iPhone apps with C# and run on the iPhone — This Wrox Blox is for .NET developers who want to learn to develop for the iPhone with C# using MonoTouch and MonoDevelop on the Mac. The iPhone is the smartphone leader in mindshare and the amount of money spent on applications. This lead in money spent on applications is expected to grow over the next several years. Objective-C is the native language for iPhone development. .NET developers, who work in the largest general area of development frameworks, have looked at iPhone developers...
  4. Effectus: Building UI based on conventions — Each feature have a Presenter (business logic for the feature), a View Model, which is directly bound to the View and is the main way that Presenter has to communicate with the View. The main responsibility of the Model is to be bound to the UI, and allow the presenter to update it, but it is not quite enough...

Web

  1. Moving your ASP.NET Application to Windows Azure – Part II — Once you have tested the Development Fabric, the instances as well as the application, the next step would be to publish it to the Windows Azure platform. Select the “CloudService1” project that you added to the solution, right click and select “Publish”...
  2. What You Need To Know About Behavioral CSS — The Web is an extremely adaptive environment and is surrounded by a collaborative community with a wealth of knowledge to share. If we collectively want to be able to have rounded corners, we make it happen. If we want to have multiple background images, we make it happen. If we want border images, we make that happen, too. So desire is not the issue. If it was, we would all still be using tables to lay out our pages and using heavy over-the-top code...
  3. Learning jQuery: Optimize Using Modal Window or Dialog Box in JQuery UI — This post is in the Learning jQuery series. Let’s enjoy a post today by learning how to maximize the Modal Windows or Dialog Box in jQuery UI. This post explains how to use this Dialog Box on the right way...
  4. appendTo Brings jQuery Curriculum to the Enterprise — It's no secret that jQuery is one of the most ubiquitous JavaScript libraries on the web, with a thriving support community. Large companies have been knocking on jQuery's door for a long time asking for support above and beyond what's available in the jQuery community. appendTo opened that door at September's jQuery conference. The new company will be the first to provide enterprise-grade commercial support and training for jQuery, straight from the source. The announcement was planned to coincide with the news that jQuery had joined the Software Freedom Conservancy...
  5. Tip#100: Did you know… How to view ASP.NET trace information? — With the tracing enabled, you can view the trace output in a trace viewer by navigation to trace.axd from the root of your application. For example, if the URL of your application is http://localhost:11423/Website, then the trace viewer can be accessed at http://localhost:11423/WebSite1/trace.axd...
  6. SmtpClient and Locked File Attachments — Got a note a couple of days ago from a client using one of my generic routines that wraps SmtpClient. Apparently whenever a file has been attached to a message and emailed with SmtpClient the file remains locked after the message has been sent. Oddly this particular issue hasn’t cropped up before for me although these routines are in use in a number of applications I’ve built...

Visual Studio

  1. Visual Studio 2010 and .NET 4 Update — We’ve been doing an intensive performance optimization push the last two months that is delivering significant performance and virtual memory usage improvements across the product. The early feedback from a small set of customers testing interim builds since Beta2 has been positive about these improvements. We still have several big performance fixes in the process of being checked in that will improve things even further...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. XBoxGames Databases for SQL Server 2005 and 2008 — As many of you who've been following know, I use a simple database of XBox game data as my example database. I usually remember to include it on the server project but in some examples its been forgotten. In other cases I've shipped with a 2008 version of the database instead of the 2005 version. To address this, I've uploaded .zip'd versions of both the 2005 and 2008 databases...
  2. My Bloggers of The Year 2009 — After finding myself on Nicholas Bate’s list of Bloggers of The Year 2009 I decided it was high time I put together my own list of great blogs I read…so here goes... 



Дата публикации: 20.12.2009 17:41

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web