Подпишись на наш Twitter

Быть в курсе появления новых статей!

.NET

  1. Excel Open XML & LINQ Part I — In the next few posts I'll roll out a little project for Excel that uses Open XML and LINQ. The scenario for this little Office solution has to do with my massive collection of music. I've collected over 1000 albums of music both from ...
  2. 60+ .NET libraries every developer should know about. — Every good developer knows never to re-invent the wheel, especially if there is software out there that has been tested by others, and has an established track record. As a developer using the .NET framework I’ve found some of these libraries invaluable, so I’m sharing them for some of the other dev’s out there with a brief outline of how to use...
  3. Linq Distinct and Custom Object Sort — The main purpose of this post is to show what's required in the main 3 .net languages for filtering and sorting.
    I decided to put these two problems together because they presented themselves to me simultaneously...

Web

  1. Create a Slick Menu using CSS3 — In this article I am trying to mimic the navigation menu in Dragon Interactive website using only CSS (no images, no JavaScript)...
  2. Styling HTML Lists with CSS: Techniques and Resources — In an online world now dominated by CSS layouts, CSS-styled HTML lists have become invaluable tools in a CSS developer’s toolbox, due to the HTML lists versatile and graphically flexible nature...
  3. Passing XML to the Web Service — One more interesting and practical approach to passing an order entry is to pass it using an XML node. SOAP enables you to pass an XML of data. This way the data will have more useful node names such as OrderName rather than a constant representing the order name. You won't have to worry so much about tracking integer constants. Listing 8-7 shows InsertOrderFormNode method for taking an XmlNode with your customer order information...
  4. Quick Tips About ASP.NET MVC – WebPart Framework — In the small poll I made, one of the users suggested implementing a Dashboard/WebPart framework in MVC as a good subject for a quick tip...
  5. TinyTips jQuery Plugin — TinyTips is a lightweight jQuery plugin that enables you to add tool tips in your web page. You can use jQuery $() function to select any element in your page and apply TinyTips. It is also a cross browser plugin that works in all modern browsers (with some animation issues in IE)...
  6. jQuery Custom Element and Global Events — Custom events make it easier to keep complex pages under control. They are a pillar for loosely-coupled UI scripts. Let's start with a simple example...

Visual Studio

  1. Visual Studio 2010 Tip #8: Editor now supports clickable URL — In Visual Studio 2010 you can have URLs which you may click just like MS Word. This ULR clicking supported in normal String declaration and comments as well...
  2. Automatic Symbol Renaming When You Rename a File in Solution Explorer -- vstipTool0011 — When you rename, say, a Class File from "Class1" to "bubba" for example...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. VersionControlTools — If you spend time talking to software developers about tools, one of the biggest topics I hear about are version control tools. Once you've got to the point of using version control tools, and any competent developers does, then they become a big part of your life...
  2. PowerPivot Deep Dive with Rob Collie (1/3)
  3. PowerPivot Deep Dive with Rob Collie (2/3)
  4. PowerPivot Deep Dive with Rob Collie (3/3)



Дата публикации: 21.02.2010 21:17

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web