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.NET

  1. Updated the CsvFileTester for Jet 4.0 — I was playing around building a tool to let me edit a database table in Excel, so I updated my CvsFileTester...
  2. Compare two XML Files using .Net — Many cases we need to validate staging and production data. Mostly the client have send only XML files(production) and we have to validate our end output(staging).In this tool, we Validate the schema and compare the datas...
  3. Adding the ForEach(Action) to IEnumerable — I return the original IEnumerable object to add 'chaining', something you can remove (i.e. void) if this capability is not required...

Web

  1. 20 Helpful jQuery Methods you Should be Using — So you’ve been playing with jQuery for a while now, you’re starting to get the hang of it, and you’re really liking it! Are you ready to take your jQuery knowledge to level two? Today, I’ll demonstrate twenty functions and features you probably haven’t seen before...
  2. Creating an OData API for StackOverflow including XML and JSON in 30 minutes — I emailed Jeff Atwood last night a one line email. "You should make a StackOverflow API using OData." Then I realized that, as Linus says, Talk is Cheap, Show me the Code. So I created an initial prototype of a StackOverflow API using OData on an Airplane. I allocated the whole 12 hour flight. Unfortunately it took 30 minutes so I watched movies the rest of the time...
  3. 75 RSS Feeds Every Designer Should Follow — If you’re a designer and you’re not subscribing to RSS feeds, I strongly encourage you to start. RSS, short for “Really Simple Syndication” is a format for delivering regularly changing content (i.e. blogs) to a single user. The old way of browsing the web involved bookmarking and visiting sites whenever you wanted to check for updates. RSS and accompanying RSS readers bring news stories, blog posts, etc. to a central location whenever new content is published. Basically, it does all the hard work for you and gives you a bucket full of content ready for consumption...
  4. Performance Tip #2: Iterating Over Node Collections — It’s fairly common in JavaScript to get a list of nodes from a DOM element and then iterate over them to perform some function such as setting a class name. Typically this is done with something like...
  5. Windows Azure Platform — About the Windows Azure Platform - by David Chou Architect Evangelist Microsoft...
  6. 19 CSS html calendars for your next web application — A calendar is a system of organizing days for social, religious, commercial, or administrative purposes and therefore makes it essential element for web application...
  7. March 21st Links: ASP.NET, ASP.NET MVC, AJAX, Visual Studio, Silverlight
  8. jQuery UI 1.8 adds position, button, autocomplete, new widget factory, lighter core — The jQuery UI team is thrilled to announce the final release of jQuery UI 1.8 with 5 new plugins, 1 new effect, and hundreds of bug fixes and improvements...
  9. Most Practical CSS Cheat Sheet Yet — There’s an abundance of CSS cheat sheets on the web, but most of them gloss over the properties designers use in day-to-day work, preferring instead the kitchen-sink approach of showing all properties. This cheat sheet was designed with a more practical philosophy, so that designers who need a quick description of a property don’t need to open a browser...
  10. Grid Accordion with jQuery | CSS-Tricks — Accordions are a UI pattern where you click on a title (in a vertical stack of titles) and a panel of content reveals itself below. Typically, all other open panels close when the new one opens. They are a clever and engaging mechanism for packing a lot of information in a small space...
  11. Understanding the CSS Float Property — I want to take a moment today and talk about CSS floats. They’re used everywhere in modern web design, from navigation bars to building CSS columns and dozens of techniques in between. However, despite their prevalence, not everyone understands exactly how they work, or what the repercussions might be from using them...
  12. Introduction to the Reactive Extensions for JavaScript – jQuery Live Event Integration — So far we’ve come a long way in this series, starting with some of the basics, and then going deeper with composition with such things as the Bing Maps and Twitter Mashup, Drag and Drop, asynchronous programming among others. One of the nicest aspects so far is the ease of integration into jQuery...

Visual Studio

  1. Techniques in Advanced .NET Debugging with John Robbins — Bugs suck and debugging is hard! Did you take a class on debugging in college? Of course not. You've had to learn debugging by trial and error, with lots of emphasis on the error. Another question: have you read the Visual Studio debugger documentation? Again, doubtful. According to the research, most developers spend 50% of their time debugging, but you're doing it with your hands tied behind your back...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. Taming Goliath: Selling UX to Large Companies (part 1 of 2) — Large companies are the financial backbone of the web industry, but their size and complex organizational structure can make them challenging to work with. Having worked on both sides of the fence, I’ve seen great ideas become the casualties of this struggle between the proverbial David and Goliath, as agencies or freelancers meet face to face with Big Business to create web sites...
  2. Taming Goliath: Collaboration with Large Companies (part 2 of 2) — The responsibility of managing the internal land grab for real estate of the site falls to the online team. Empathy for this team is important to working well together. Although not a design problem, agencies can do more to help to bring people of the project together...
  3. Preview Code Files in Windows 7 — The Windows 7 preview pane allows you to preview contents of files easily. Out of the box, I can view .ASPX and .CS files easily, just click on the file in the Explorer and the contents show up in the preview pane. But clicking on .js files (I seem to have a lot of them these days working with jQuery and SharePoint), I didn’t see the contents...
  4. 10 Questions to Ask Your New Manager — When I interview people for a job position, I always ask them if they have any questions for me...
  5. Saving power on the go – getting your laptop battery to last all day — The beauty of saving power, is that you’re also saving money. And in the case of laptops, that applies to home use as well as use on campus. So there’s an incentive for staff to want to manage their power use more effectively. So maybe this article will be of use for your internal IT newsletters too...
  6. Be a Better Developer 5 – Being a Salesperson — This is one role that you’ll have to play as a good developer that generally sends chills up my spine: a salesperson. This is a role that I’m not overly good at and I am actively taking steps to improve on it. Being a good salesperson is a role that we should get better at as developers. I think too often we see a solution in our heads and we just plow forward with the attitude of, “this is the way it should be, why can’t they see that?”...
  7. How to : Disable Shutdown Event Tracker in Windows 2008 — The Shutdown event tracker is one of the most annoying features in windows 2008 to disable it follow these instructions...
  8. Developing Functional Specifications based on the UML Model — Use-case to Specifications is a processing using UML use-cases to identify user requirements and model systems to be able to properly define functionality. This document is intended to serve as an execution based walk-through of this process...
  9. USB Memory Support for the Xbox 360 coming April 6th — On April 6th, we will be releasing a system update over Xbox LIVE for your Xbox 360 that will allow USB flash drives to be used for storing profiles, game saves, demos and more. I’ve been testing this feature out for a few weeks, and I have to say it’s really great. Once you take the system update on April 6th, you’ll be able to connect your USB flash drives to your console and head over to the memory section to configure your new storage device. Once you do that, the system will conduct a one time performance and integrity check to confirm the drive is working properly...
  10. Updates: Process Explorer v12, VMMap v2.62, DiskView v2.4
  11. 7 Qualities That Makes A Awesome User Interface — User Interface is about creating an interaction in between user and an application. It’s not about the looks, its about the work. Picking a color or button does not make an interface prettier, its more about selecting the right tool for the purpose...



Дата публикации: 28.03.2010 19:10

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web