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.NET

  1. Implementing a LINQ version of SQL’s LIKE Operator — One of the requirements of one of my recent projects was to implement a search page which allowed the user to enter a search term that supported wildcards. The search term could contain any number of wildcards in any position within that term...
  2. Reading and Writing data using custom methods and the System.Xml Namespace — On a previous post dealing with Xml Serialization I mentioned that one of the ways you could achieve this was by customizing the read and write methods. I’m going to bypass the wrapping the code into Read/Write methods and go straight to the code...

Web

  1. Installing the Windows Azure Tools using the Web Platform Installer — Today, the IIS team released a the Web Platform Installer 2.0 RTW. Among the many cool new things (more tools, new applications, and localization to 9 languages) is the inclusion of the Windows Azure Tools for Microsoft Visual Studio 2008...
  2. Web Application Toolkits Available — Seven Web Application Toolkits are available for download at the MSDN Code Gallery. These toolkits are aim to provide web developers with resources (such as project templates, controls, code samples, and documentation) in a consistent packaged format that can be consumed and put to use in a very short time so that they can evaluate the technology and determine if it's the right solution for their problem. An introduction to the toolkits is available on Channel 9, and the kits are available for download HERE...
  3. Ways to pass security credentials to web service call
  4. Introducing WebsiteSpark — If you run or work at a small web design or development firm, WebsiteSpark might be for you! WebsiteSpark is Microsoft’s new global program who goal is to help small web companies succeed...
  5. 15 Attractive Javascript Carousel Plugins — A lot of websites use Javascript Carousel to showcase its products, portfolio and also as a image gallery. I have collected 14 Javascript Carousel made with jQuery, Mootool, Prototype and Yahoo Framework and I am sure you will be able to find one that suits you...
  6. 3D Sphere Using jQuery — This one can bog down a system in a hurry, but that’s the fun with experimenting with JavaScript. We will be building a sphere that rotates depending on which way the mouse moves….exciting...
  7. 37 More Shocking jQuery Plugins — It’s really amazing to see what one can create using jQuery. Developers just don’t stop making incredibly interactive web applications every now and then. This post just demonstrates excellent examples of some of the best jQuery plugins out there...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. The Duct Tape Programmer — Jamie Zawinski is what I would call a duct-tape programmer. And I say that with a great deal of respect. He is the kind of programmer who is hard at work building the future, and making useful things so that people can do stuff. He is the guy you want on your team building go-carts, because he has two favorite tools: duct tape and WD-40. And he will wield them elegantly even as your go-cart is careening down the hill at a mile a minute...
  2. Debunking the duct tape programmer — On 23 September, 2009, Joel Spolsky wrote a piece extolling the virtues of the duct tape programmer. He contrasted the duct tape worldview to the astronaut architect. While the astronaut architect would sit in analysis paralysis, the duct tape programmer would have some working product already out the door...



Дата публикации: 27.09.2009 20:23

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web