September 2008 - Posts

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New Song Released: Learning to Fall by dwahlin

This post was published back during elections in 2008 - time flies. Same old problems though. This is one of those “take a break from technology” posts to write about some non-technical stuff I play around with from time to time (although it does involve...
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jQuery to be Supported in Visual Studio and ASP.NET MVC by dwahlin

Microsoft just announced that jQuery will be supported in Visual Studio 2008 SP1 and shipped with ASP.NET MVC.  Scott Guthrie mentions that an add-on for Visual Studio 2008 SP1 will be made available in a “few weeks” to provide intellisense for jQuery...
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Get It While It’s Hot! Silverlight 2 Release Candidate Now Available by dwahlin

If you’ve been working with Silverlight 2 Beta 2 you’ll be happy to know that the release candidate was just released.  You can get it at: http://silverlight.net/GetStarted/sl2rc0.aspx Scott Guthrie has a detailed post on the new features but here...
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Animating Clipping Paths in Silverlight 2 by dwahlin

Clipping paths provide a way to hide sections of an object based on different geometries.  You can apply rectangles, ellipses or even create your own custom paths to a target object and hide specific areas from view.  I enjoy experimenting with...
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Upcoming Silverlight 2 and ASP.NET AJAX Workshops by dwahlin

It’s amazing how much cool stuff is out there to learn! There’s never a dull day in the technology world if you enjoy learning and challenging yourself to grasp that next “big concept”. I’m excited to be involved with two workshops covering Silverlight...
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Another New Player in the Browser Wars? Google’s Chrome Browser Released by dwahlin

If you’re a Web developer then you’re already familiar with how difficult it can be to get a page to look good and function properly across all of the browsers out there.  While Internet Explorer still has the majority of users, Firefox has made...
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