August 2006 - Posts
This article by Joe Stagner on MSDN magazine can help understanding how to download large files in ASP.NET 2.0 using some new methods introduced in this release like Response.TransmitFile.
Maybe a bit of Ajax on top of this code won't do any harm.
Really cool stuff!
Sorry I don't post too much recently, I am still on holidays in West Cork. Usually it means a poor access to the web using an antic dial up connection so the use of In ternet is really limited to some emergency emails.
Now this week I convinced my family to have a broadband access and two phone calls and two days it's done and dusted. The installation was flawless and the speed is really good. For thos who know West Cork, most of the properties are scattered along the county with a lot of distance to any exchange server. One company here in Schull can provide a wireless connection as long as you are in a range of no more than 12 kilometers to Mount Gabriel (one of the highest mountain in the area) where a huge installation has been setup.
West Cork has finally entered the 21st century!
Now I just need to convince my boss I want to work remotely from here!
Can somebody fix this on weblogs.asp.net?
I checked many bloggers here, and it look like a general issue with CS settings.
Google developers have released another big project. This time it's focus on us developers, and it's called Google Code.
You can find there a lot of code for different languages, but more interesting you can also store your open source project. So yet an offensive competitor to Sourceforge or GotDotNet.
With a name like Google it should be a succes among the developers community.