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RSS Feeds in Outlook 2007 - Part 2. Bye bye Outlook
Tuesday, September 4, 2007 11:08 PM
The other day, I posted about my issues with Outlook 2007 and its handling of my RSS feeds. I tried a number of things to fix it, the latest effort being to export all my feeds, delete all of them from Outlook, then re-import. Didn't work, dates were still all wrong. I have to say I am very disappointed. I enjoyed the convenience of having my feeds in Outook... Read More...
Industrial Strength WPF
Thursday, April 5, 2007 7:20 PM
readify, the people that feed my kids and keep me off the streets, are putting on another high quality Industrial Strength course around Windows Presentation Foundation . One of the industry gurus around this topic, Ian Griffiths is running this 4 day extravaganza. I was lucky enough to attend the WCF Industrial Strength course which was run by Juval Lowy of... 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...
Website update with AJAX, WPF Password Manager, and Web Client Factory
Saturday, March 10, 2007 6:32 PM
Couple of things in this post. Firstly (and long overdue), I have updated my personal website to get rid of the Atlas CTP functionality and replace that with ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 features. There is not much actually a few update panels, and the inclusion of an AJAX Control toolkit control, the Accordion on the front page to help with useability and screen real estate... Read More...
A user experience only a mother could love
Tuesday, February 6, 2007 11:59 PM
So I downloaded Windows Mobile Device Centre, installed it, run it. Plugged in my Windows Mobile 5 device and received the "uber" useful screen you see below. Now which option shall I choose from here.....? I wonder how long it took to design this screen? Well at least its a green screen so it can't be all bad right? Read More...
MVC/MVP - Overused Patterns?
Sunday, February 4, 2007 10:57 PM
I did an engagement recently where a client wanted to create a windows forms application from an existing legacy application. The existing legacy app was important but relatively simple in terms of architecture. A previous consultant went in and recommended the use of the Model View Controller (MVC) pattern, with the possible use of the CAB (Composite UI Application... 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...
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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