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Owin, Katana and getting started
Friday, April 5, 2013 9:19 AM
Introduction This article describes an emerging open source specification, referred to as Owin – An Open Web Interface for .Net , what it is, and how this might be beneficial to the .Net technology stack. It will also provide a brief, concise look at how to get started with Owin and related technologies. In my initial investigations with Owin and how to play... Read More...
Updates to the CacheAdapter Package
Sunday, August 21, 2011 2:12 PM
Note: This post was originally going to detail the changes from 2.0 to 2.1, however in between the time of release and this post, I released 2.2 so this post will detail all the changes up to 2.2. In the last update to my CacheAdapter library (you can view it here ), I mentioned the support for memcached cache engine. That brought the version to 2.0. As previously... Read More...
ScriptHelper–For MVC and WebForms projects
Thursday, November 18, 2010 4:38 PM
This issue might seem minor but I always forget the names (exact naming) or number of script files I need to get some features working in MVC or Webforms. In addition, in my applications that require a specific client side feature, I might need a series of dependent scripts to make it work. Failing to include all of them often gives ambiguous errors or the functionality... Read More...
Animated SiteMap Ajax Control
Thursday, February 12, 2009 9:18 PM
Today, I finally released on Codeplex a control that I had been working on over a year ago, called the Animated SIteMap Control . Its an AJAX Control toolkit control and it has been prototype form for a very long time now. I had planned on releasing it into the AJAX Control toolkit but I got sidetracked and haven’t touched this in over a year. It works fine and... Read More...
"Thoughtex" released. Nice WPF App.
Sunday, March 25, 2007 11:47 PM
Joseph Cooney has released his first version of a "mind mapping" piece of software written in WPF . Joseph had me do some alpha testing on some earlier versions and its a real quality piece of code. Nice to use, nice to look at. I'd encourage you to give it a look, and provide some feedback to Joseph so that future versions are made even better... Read More...
ASP.NET Podcast/VideoCast - Show #86. Creating Extender controls with the AJAX Control Toolkit (Videocast)
Friday, February 16, 2007 5:22 PM
This videocast is a follow on from a previous Videocast I did when I showed how to create extender controls using just the ASP.NET AJAX Extensions . This video contrasts the different development approaches and shows how much easier it is to create the same AJAX Extender controls using the AJAX Control toolkit . Subscribe. Original URL: Read More...
Secure TextBox Updated
Sunday, October 29, 2006 4:53 PM
There has been quite some interest in my SecureTextBox control that I developed. Basically it offers textual entry via a standard textbox, but uses the SecureString as its internal storage. Typically aimed at entering passwords and similar secure information on a windows form. Domink Zemp recently downloaded the control and has been using it with good success... Read More...
Updating Component properties in the designer
Sunday, July 16, 2006 11:17 PM
I have been working on a set of custom ASP.NET controls that offer specific design time experience for a client. Part of that is to make some existing controls very designer friendly. Apart from some custom rendering, I have been adding SmartTag support to the control to enhance the design time experience. For those unaware, a good example of a SmartTag (or ActionList... Read More...
SecurePasswordTextBox - A textbox that uses the SecureString class
Sunday, February 26, 2006 8:00 PM
In a previous post , I mentioned that I was working on a small side project to develop a version of a standard Winforms textbox control that utilises the SecureString class from the System.Security namespace in .Net V2. Well I have finally released this ' SecurePasswordTextBox ' control for others to use and comment upon. It comes with full source code so you... Read More...
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