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 FransBouma 
05-17-2003, 6:32 AM

VS.NET 2003 isn't all that bad (sort of)

A few days ago, I blogged about a serious flaw in the ASP.NET editor in Visual Studio.NET 2003. Now, don't get me wrong, I really find it stunning this Bad Boy TM is still around, and according to the follow ups to Mike Moore's posting in the usenet thread...
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 DonXML 
05-16-2003, 9:05 PM

Applied XML Developers Conference 2003 West

Chris just announced the topics for the next XMLDevCon , to be held July 10-11, just outside of Portland, OR. Chris had a really hard time reducing the list of topics to fit in the 2 day schedule. I’ll be presenting a session: Declarative UI using...
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05-16-2003, 4:08 PM

XMLAuto, xmltramp... X#?

Aaron Swartz created xmltramp as an easy way to manipulate XML documents in Python. Back in '99, I had created a similar thing for Delphi : XMLAuto . I think that it cannot be done in C#. Maybe some smart guy out there with a bit of magic up his sleeve...
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 help.net 
05-16-2003, 3:22 PM

The Xmen list is growing :-)

So now we have our community growing: Marcie the Datagridgirl Roy the Regex Boy Don the SVG Guru aka Barcode man Scott the Weblogger Sam the Interop bloke UPDATE : Jeff The Speedy bloggerman Who's next ;-) Tell me if I missed one of our 'mutants' !
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 CWeyer 
05-16-2003, 12:30 PM

About ASP.NET 1.1 telling a little bit too much

ASP.NET 1.1 sends two additional HTTP headers that give away too much information - this ISAPI filter removes them....
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 DonXML 
05-16-2003, 10:40 AM

Article - Basic Drawing with GDI+

Niklas Gustavsson (one of the key SharpVectors volunteers) has a new article covering basic drawing with GDI+. Niklas has been a godsend to the SharpVectors team, and does a great job with an intro to the System.Drawing namespace. Don XML [Listening to...
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 help.net 
05-16-2003, 7:41 AM

Xmen Community

So now we have our community growing: Marcie the Datagridgirl Roy the Regex Boy Don the SVG Guru aka Barcode man Scott the Weblogger Sam the Interop bloke Who's next ;-) Tell me if I missed one of our 'mutants' !
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 help.net 
05-16-2003, 4:34 AM

Barcodes

Don glad to see that Barcodes with .Net can be a subject for your presentation ;-) By the way I am going to start now doing your recommendations with SVG, and I will let you know if my barcode reader recognise the printout
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 help.net 
05-15-2003, 2:46 PM

Rich text editor for all browsers

Christopher talk about java applets to make a rich text editor for different browsers. That's a valid point. Why in .Net, we don't have the equivalent of applets ? I see something for IE, but I would prefer a universal solution. I imagine all the benefits...
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 MatiasN 
05-15-2003, 10:39 AM

Setting Focus in ASP.Net

I ran across this article in my search for setting focus to an individual field on page_load The article was written by Roger McCook . Its real simple and it wouldn't have been hard to figure out, but since Roger figured it out for us, why waste any brain...
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