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.NET

  1. Quick Tip: Cast DataItem in ListView to Business Object — So this is one of those things that has slipped past me for all these months and now that I’ve discovered it, I can’t believe I went without it. I recently found out that I can access a business object in the ItemDataBound event of a ListView which makes it way easier to do some last minute control changing (such as binding labels or hyperlinks, etc.)...
  2. Building Line of Business Applications with LINQ to SQL — The LINQ framework offers a basic pattern of sequence operators, allowing for primitive behavior such as filtering, grouping, and joining over collections and types. The support of the high level query comprehension syntax in C# 3.0 is paramount to developing an application quickly and allows for transparent development practices for developers where querying an in-memory collection or a remote database works the same...
  3. Iterator Blocks Part Seven: Why no anonymous iterators? — It would be totally awesome to be able to build yourself a little sequence generator in-place that closed over local variables. The reason why not is straightforward: the benefits don't outweigh the costs. The awesomeness of making sequence generators in-place is actually pretty small in the grand scheme of things and nominal methods do the job well enough in most scenarios. So the benefits are not that compelling...

Web

  1. Reading XML with jQuery — Second, you should check the XML file you are going to read and make sure it’s free of errors. If you are unfamiliar with XML synatax, check out the W3School’s rules on XML syntax. The file I’m using for this example is just a listing of some Web sites I enjoy...
  2. jQuery function to truncate long text — This is not Ajax enabled and the entire text is rendered to the client and the text extending beyond the maximum is hidden. If the text you want to hide is very large it may suffice the rather extend this function to make an Ajax call that will fetch the rest of the text...
  3. Four Little Known, Helpful Methods, Properties, and Features for ASP.NET Developers — The .NET Framework is big. Really big. The System.Web assembly, which contains the guts of ASP.NET, is comprised of nearly 2,000 types, over 23,000 methods, and more than 12,500 properties. And that's not counting any of the functionality added to ASP.NET since version 2.0. ASP.NET AJAX, the ListView control, Dynamic Data, URL routing, and other features add hundreds of new types and thousands of new methods and properties...
  4. 15 Ways to Optimize CSS and Reduce CSS File Size — I have gathered a long list of CSS optimization and file size reduction techniques that have been using by most designers/developers. Depend on the complexity of your CSS code, these techniques might greatly reduce your CSS file size, or maybe just a few kilobytes. Also, you might also want to read my previous post regarding CSS - 15 CSS Tips and Tricks to learn how to write more efficient CSS code...
  5. Using jQuery to filder and sort data in a table — When a webpage is designed to display large tables of data, a great amount of consideration should be dedicated to allowing the user to sort through the data in a structured manner. In this article, I will go over four techniques: hover effects, zebra rows, filtering, and sorting...
  6. 50 Useful New jQuery Techniques and Tutorials — The simplicity, advanced features and strong support are common arguments for developers preferring jQuery against other JavaScript-frameworks. In fact, jQuery is one of the most popular JavaScript frameworks...

Visual Studio

  1. How to trick Visual Studio to not show line numbers for blank lines?

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. More Charting Enhancements in Excel 2010 — In Excel 2010, you can quickly display different data views directly on the PivotChart to visually analyze your numbers. In Excel 2007, we provided a modeless dialog which allowed you to pivot the chart but the inline buttons are a more intuitive way to do this which is why we moved back to this model...
  2. Windows 7 Virtual PC FTW (For The Win) for virtual workstation development — I have constantly fought both Virtual PC and VM Workstation when working on virtual machines for development purposes. While VMWare had the features I liked it also had a price tag and a rather smug attitude. I usually ended up having to use the free version of VMWare which was crippled or Virtual PC which was not much better...
  3. Best Gimp Video Tutorials
  4. Release: VMware vCenter 4.0 Patch 1 / Workstation 6.5.3 / ACE 2.5.3 / Player 2.5.3



Дата публикации: 27.08.2009 20:22

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web