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.NET

  1. .NET RIA Services Overview — Observing tendency in application development, you can see a clear regularity which shows that a lot of applications have being developed in Internet instead of the desktop way. This tendency is taking place in the last years because of the opportunity to create more interactive web applications. Evolution of JavaScript, Silverlight, Flash, etc. makes it possible. Now we see that many web applications do not receive a personal page when you access it, but load additional data thanks to more web server references. Such an approach allows us to avoid page reloads. So, web-based applications are considered more interactive and can provide more responsive interface...
  2. WPF 4 (VS 2010 and .NET 4.0 Series) — WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) is one of the core components of the .NET Framework, and enables developers to build rich, differentiated Windows client applications. WPF 4 includes major productivity, performance and capability improvements – in particular in the areas of Controls, XAML, Text, Graphics, Windows 7 integration (multitouch, taskbar integration, etc), Core Fundamentals, and Deployment. This is the first of several posts I’ll do over the coming months about some of the improvements and new features...

Web

  1. Rounded Corners in Internet Explorer — The ability to create rounded corners with CSS opens the possibility of subtle design improvements without the need to include images. CSS rounded corners thus save us time in creating images and requests to the server. Today, rounded corners with CSS are supported by all of the major browsers: Safari, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Firefox. Let's look at border-radius syntax, caveats, and Internet Explorer support...
  2. Hello Windows Azure — Cloud computing is steadily emerging as the next big thing in enterprise software arena. Many companies have already launched their own versions providing a wide variety of features...
  3. Verify JavaScript syntax using C# — In the past few days, I’ve worked on finding a way to do static code analysis on JavaScript files.The resaon is that I want to apply some sort of binary and source code checking like FxCop and StyleCop provides for C#...
  4. Building jQuery Tabs That Open & Close — jQuery is obviously a really powerful tool. If you’ve done any work with it, you don’t need convincing. My latest project involving jQuery was a bit tricky because I couldn’t find anything that detailed how to generate a tab once a user clicked on a link, and then how to close that tab if the user clicked the close button...
  5. 5 jQuery Plugins to Manipulate and add effects to Images — Here is a list of 5 plugins you can use to manipulate images on client-side. This section has been taken from my eBook 51 Tips, Tricks and Recipes using jQuery and ASP.NET Controls...
  6. ASP.NET MVC, ASP.NET Tips: Provide immediate feedback to the browser on Long Running Tasks – in Asynchronous ASP.NET pages — However PageAsyncTask provides some extra flexibility over AddOnPreRenderCompleteAsync method, for example...
  7. 30 Amazing jQuery Plugins To Play With Tables — Play with tables and present table data as you wish with these Table Enhancement jQuery Plugins...
  8. Modern CSS Layouts: The Essential Characteristics — But all of this change can be stressful, too. How do you keep up with all of the new techniques and make sure your Web pages look great on the increasing number of browsers and devices out there? In part 1 of this article, you’ll learn the five essential characteristics of successful modern CSS websites. In part 2 of this article...
  9. 111 CSS Gallery To Submit Your Design — CSS Galleries are places where we can submit our web design and let others vote/rate about it. They are places where we can get inspiration too...
  10. DataNavigateUrlFormatString Does Not Allow "javascript:" — CSS Galleries are places where we can submit our web design and let others vote/rate about it. They are places where we can get inspiration too...
  11. jquery ui dialog: Part 1 – The Default Dialog — The jQuery UI Dialog is a powerful client-side dialog control. It is bundled as part of the jQuery UI suite and as such it is available on the Google CDN. Some of its more interesting features are...

Visual Studio

  1. Add Reference Dialog Improvements (VS 2010 and .NET 4.0 Series) — The slow performance of the “Add Reference” dialog in previous releases of Visual Studio has been a common complaint that many a developer (including yours truly) has ranted about. Previous releases of VS opened the “Add Reference” dialog on the “.NET” tab by default – and when that tab was loaded VS would synchronously scan the global assembly cache (GAC) retrieving .NET assembly information. Because the GAC scan was done on the UI thread, it would freeze the IDE until the scan completed – which meant that you couldn’t cancel the operation, even if you didn’t want to use that tab...
  2. Spec Explorer: A Model-Based Testing tool — Thorough, consistent, and extensible testing of systems remains one of the biggest challenges in creating and maintaining software systems. The Spec Explorer tool released today on DevLabs tackles that problem using Model-Based Testing techniques...
  3. XAML Power Toys Released for Visual Studio 2010 — I finally made my way back home from Europe and I’m still digging through all my email, newsletters, feeds, etc. But one of the items that grabbed my attention is this week Karl Shifflett released updated XAML Power Tools for Visual Studio 2008 as well as a new set for Visual Studio 2010...
  4. ReSharper Discount and Free Upgrade to ReSharper 5
  5. ReSharper 5 -- Less Shifting Means More Speed — JetBrains .NET blog and web site are talking about major features in ReSharper 5, like showing metadata for library classes, downloading source code for .NET Framework...

Development/Miscellaneous

  1. Updates: Disk2vhd v1.21
  2. WOHOO!!!, Debug Diag 64bit is finally released — For all of you who have been asking me if there is a 64bit version of Debug Diag (used to debug 64 bit processes), I am happy to say that yes, Debug Diag 1.1 64bit is now released...



Дата публикации: 29.10.2009 21:00

Ярлыки: .NET, Development, Visual Studio, Web