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.NET

  1. Extend OpenFileDialog and SaveFileDialog the easy way — If you used WinForms, chances are that at some point you wanted to extend the OpenFileDialog or SaveFileDialog, but you gave up because there is no easy way to do it, especially if you wanted to add some new graphical elements. Even in the MFC days, such a task was not as daunting as it is for .NET because these classes are sealed, exposing only 16 properties, 5 methods and 3 events that can be used to customize the dialogs. Martin Parry's article on MSDN can give you an insight into how you can customize the OpenFileDialog using the OFNHookProc function and PInvoke...
  2. Introducing LazyLinq: Queryability — Before we try to query ILazyQueryable, it’s instructive to look at how System.Linq.Queryable works. There are essentially three types of operators on IQueryable...

Web

  1. jQuery SuperLoad — jQuery SuperLoad came out of the necessity to update more than one element in a page without needing to do everything with JavaScript (and you know I'm not the one that avoids JavaScript)...
  2. 20 Best jQuery Table Plugins — Most of us use the classic HTML Tables to display data in an organised manner. But now you can add style and flexibility to your tables with these wonderful jQuery Plugins for Tables...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. Rails for .NET Developers – Review — Given that ASP.NET MVC was heavily influenced by Ruby on Rails, I wanted to learn more about Rails so that I could have a better understanding of how MVC evolved the way it did and how it might potentially evolve in the future. The book did a very effective job explaining Rails concepts while drawing parallels to ASP.NET that I, as an ASP.NET developer, could easily grasp quickly. However, it was written when MVC was still in CTP form so almost all comparisons were from Rails to traditional ASP.NET (not MVC). Rails is completely different from traditional ASP.NET but *incredibly* similar to ASP.NET MVC. In fact, although I always knew that MVC was influenced by Rails, I never realized the extent of just how similar (I daresay identical in many areas) MVC and Rails are. I guess it’s true what they say: imitation is the sincerest form of flattery)...
  2. Lenovo’s Device Stage in Windows 7 — I just ran the system update on my Lenovo T61p and was pleased to see a miniature icon of the T61 show up in Devices and Printers under Windows 7. I was even more pleased when I double click on that and got a Device Stage page with some custom images for the T61...
  3. Reduce size/Shrink Transaction Log of the DB - SQL Server — In most of the DBs in the server will have more space, when the backup is used to store it in the development environment or testing environment, it might not have much data, but it will occupy more space physically...
  4. USB Safely Remove 4.1 for Free (limited time, ends August 25th, 2009, reg-ware) – Helps with the eternal “Device cannot be stopped right now”… — Proceed to the page below, enter your full name and email, press the button "I want license" and you will get the license in a moment. The license will let you use version 4.1 of the program for lifetime...



Дата публикации: 23.08.2009 20:12

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web