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 ca8msm 
12-19-2007, 5:57 PM

IE8 passes Acid2 test!

Whilst this may not be something deemed as particularly important by web users, web developers will be pleasantly surprised that the latest version of IE passes the Acid2 test: Read more... Is this a big milestone for IE and Microsoft? Should we expect...
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 gbarnett 
12-19-2007, 5:01 PM

VS refactoring tools - 2008 quicker than 2005?

As I am working on a couple of projects that are based upon C# 3.0 and haven't got my copy of Resharper installed (it just bugs me like mad with C# 3.0!) I used the VS 2008 refactoring tools today for the first time, mainly because I was just tired of...
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 rternier 
12-19-2007, 10:33 AM

First look at VS 2008 - JavaScript intelisence.

Yesterday I downloaded and installed VS 2008 Professional (MSDN License). The process was mild and pretty easy... uninstall all the beta software, install the new software etc. The only problem I had was when I launched a 2005 application (under TFS Source...
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 Ranko 
12-19-2007, 5:01 AM

First Thoughts On MVC.NET

Finally some time for .net. Since Scott and Phil started writing about is I wanted to read and try out the MVC framework. So last night I managed to read a few blog posts on the topic, namely Scott's expectedly great series of posts and Phil's REST like...
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 stefan.sedich 
12-19-2007, 4:14 AM

BLL With LINQ

Hello, I am currently working on a little project I call GeekTube, it is going to be an internal repository for videos. Implementing my BLL has never been easier. My approach has been to implement all my static helpers as part of a partial class. For...
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 nawaf227 
12-17-2007, 6:00 PM

NFA with Lambda Transition

This semester I have a course about Automata, Formal Languages and Computability. It didn’t sound a good course for me at the beginning, but I after a while, I wished if I had this course before I did Compiler course back when I was doing my BCs. It was...
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 sfeldman 
12-17-2007, 12:01 PM

Factory Pattern for User Controls

User Controls are handy when working in web forms, but what a mess they can generate. I was asked what to do when UCs are used and some dependencies need to be injected during the construction - but UCs are a bit tricky in regards to construction. So...
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 HosamKamel 
12-16-2007, 3:24 PM

Different ways of Validating ASP.NET Forms

An article explain different ways of validations by Shahed Khan explains : ASP.NET Validation Controls ASP.NET AJAX ValidatorCallout ASP.NET AJAX Futures: Validators Subsonic Validation Validation Everywhere (CodePlex) Web Client Validation Bundle Enterprise...
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 mehfuzh 
12-16-2007, 11:55 AM

Anonymous Type in LinqExtender

It is now possible for LinqExtender implemented providers to have anonymous type in the select query. For example, consider the following SqlContext<Book> context = new SqlContext<Book>(); var query = (from q in context orderby q.LastUpdated...
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 rrobbins 
12-16-2007, 9:13 AM

JavaScript Object Notation For Cross Domain Web Requests

In attempting to use the Microsoft AJAX Library 1.0 in a MSHelp2 collection (to be viewed in the Microsoft Document Explorer) I ran into the same origin policy (SOP) restrictions on the XMLHttpRequest object. I cannot make web service data requests to...
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