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.NET

  1. Logging with log4net — log4net is a great little logging library. There seem to be some mixed results out there as to whether or not it outperforms the Enterprise Library's Logging Application Block, although it appears to me the general findings are that log4net is faster. For me, I guess it would come down to how badly I wanted integration with the rest of the Enterprise Library. If that's not a priority, log4net can be a lightweight, fast way to get logging going in your application...
  2. Becoming really rich with C# — Or maybe not, please do not hold me responsible if you lose money following this system. Having said that, it is my opinion that there are very few concepts that are important in investing. Three big ones are value, diversification and momentum. This post is about the latter two and how to use C# to create a simple trading system that uses both...
  3. What's in Your Collection? Part 3 of 3: Custom Collections — We've covered the interfaces and some concrete instances of collections provided by the .NET Framework. Now you are interested in moving things to the next level. What if the provided collections simply don't meet your business requirements? What are some ways you can use the collections concept to build your own classes to solve business problems?...

Web

  1. Announcing the WebsiteSpark Program — WebsiteSpark is designed for independent web developers and web development companies that build web applications and web sites on behalf of others. It enables you to get software, support and business resources from Microsoft at no cost for three years, and enables you to expand your business and build great web solutions using ASP.NET, Silverlight, SharePoint and PHP, and the open source applications built on top of them...
  2. MultiBrowser or CrossBrowser Testing and deconstructing Microsoft Expression Web SuperPreview — Cross-browser testing is a hassle. Most of the time you can follow standards and get a decent looking website working cross browser, but there's always variations. All browsers have their quirks and older IEs have more than their fair share...
  3. 40+ Techniques of JavaScript for Professional UI — This is specialy for Web Developers and Design because they are using very much JavaScript for make more beautiful our UI (User Interface), JavaScript can add a lot of special effects that can really improve the user’s experience, when we add JavaScript/jQuery techniques that add an extra dose of usability to any UI (User Interface/Webpage), we need to figure out more practical styling and functionality techniques to provide a great user experience, in whole package we are using CSS, JavaScript and jQuery libraries...
  4. jQuery Tabs and Lazy Loading — Tabs are a great way to break up data if you have large amounts of data to display. The people from jQuery have made their own tabs control. I thought it would be cool to write an article that uses jQuery’s tab control to lazy load data from LINQ to SQL into the tabs. Well here it is. In this article I will connect to the Northwind database using LINQ to SQL, and display customer and product information in separate tabs. I’ll also show you one way of lazy loading these tabs so the data is retrieved only once, not each time a tab is selected...
  5. Clean and Attractive jQuery Vertical Menu Tutorial — Alright, today we will learn how to make a vertical menu. It looks something like a lava lamp menu (Simple Lava Lamp Menu Tutorial) because it has an icon following the hovered item. It's a pretty simple menu, but with a little bit of jQuery script, we will able to make it even more eye-catching...
  6. Automatically cache results from JavaScript functions — A short Javascript function I made in a project to cache result from functions in Javascript. You can use this function where it makes sense to cache...
  7. CSS Snippets That Can Come Handy — Sometimes doing something with CSS that looks the same for all browsers is pretty annoying. Some things might look different on different browsers. We all had the same headaches with IE for example. Not to mention the differences from one version of IE to another...
  8. Working with Events, Part 3: More Event Delegation with jQuery — Event delegation, as described in the first article of this series, is a way to take advantage of event bubbling to avoid binding an event listener more than once. jQuery 1.3 and the upcoming jQuery 1.4 have many features that make using event delegation in your web pages easier. The aim of this tutorial is to help you understand how these new features work...
  9. iPhone Click Effect Using MooTools or jQuery — One thing I love about love about Safari on the iPhone is that Safari provides a darkened background effect when you click a link. It's the most subtle of details but just enforces than an action is taking place. So why not implement that on any page? We can easily do so using MooTools or jQuery...
  10. Using Microsoft's Chart Controls In An ASP.NET Application: Sorting and Filtering Chart Data — The Microsoft Chart controls make it easy to take data - such as sales numbers, website traffic statistics, and so on - and turn it into a chart, which can be saved to an image file or displayed from a web page. In Plotting Chart Data we examined a myriad of ways to turn data into a chart, including: plotting the chart data point by point; binding data to the Chart's Points collection; programmatically binding data structured data to the chart; and declaratively binding data using one of ASP.NET's data source controls, such as the SqlDataSource or ObjectDataSource...
  11. Guide to CSS Font Stacks: Techniques and Resources — CSS Font stacks are one of those things that elude a lot of designers. Many stick to the basic stacks Dreamweaver auto-recommends or go even more basic by just specifying a single web-safe font...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. 10 Useful Usability Findings and Guidelines — Everyone would agree that usability is an important aspect of Web design. Whether you’re working on a portfolio website, online store or Web app, making your pages easy and enjoyable for your visitors to use is key. Many studies have been done over the years on various aspects of Web and interface design, and the findings are valuable in helping us improve our work...
  2. Back-to-School With 40 Excellent Adobe Illustrator Tutorials — Learning is a process which continues throughout the life of an artist, graphic designer, and illustrator. Along the way, designers find the task of mastering Adobe Illustrator a large obstacle which requires practice and experience in using the vector-based application. Practice comes in the form of tutorials...
  3. Windows Workstation 2008 R2: An even better OS for a laptop — Some time ago I repaved my laptop with Windows 2008, 64 bit. The main reason was Hyper V providing such a good support for virtual machines. I dedicated quite a post on all the details of setting up that system. The machine has served it’s purpose quite well being a very powerful mobile workstation with a crisp response including any virtual server I need for the particular project...
  4. Recovering files from blue screened Windows XP — Today my Windows XP showed me a very unwelcome BSOD...



Дата публикации: 24.09.2009 20:32

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web