September 2007 - Posts
In this third part of the series, Nidal examines the ASP.NET Ajax Timer control with the help of a project.
In this short tutorial Chetan Kudalkar is going to discuss nested classes. Nested classes are classes within classes.
In this article Joydip provides a brief overview of Agile Software Development and its methods.
The GridViewGuy has been busy lately! These tutorials target different aspects of the .NET framework.
Check the full list here...
Finally it didn't happened, McGyver was not at the launch party. Very disappointed I was! Anyway the event was one of the worst Microsoft has organized ever. Exception of the Chief itself waiting at the door of The Pod, all things were pretty lame for such an overhyped launch.
I had more fun at the Halo 2 party few years ago than yesterday.
Not even a competition, a talk, no game to buy and no McGyver!
Kudos to Microsoft to have MacGyver aka Richard Dean Anderson for the Halo 3 launch party tomorrow night in Dublin!
Now I just wonder how he will stand as the Chief. Forget the trendy new weapons, give him just a paperclip and a string and I am sure no more game over.
Of course Richard is know recently as the main leader in Stargate, but hey I'm over 40 now and McGyver is still do it cool for me.
Now Microsoft what about the Hoff aka David Hasselhoff for the launch of Visual Studio 2008 ;-)
Microsoft DLINQ is part of the .NET 3.0 framework. DLINQ allows the developer to iterate through data sources which includes SQL SERVER databases. In this article I will demonstrate how you can use DLINQ to perform editing, updating, paging, sorting and deleting operations on the GridView control.
Thanks to Jon Galloway to mention this really cool utility! How many times I wasted on checking CSS between Firefox and IE.
CSSVista is a free Windows application for web developers which lets you edit your CSS code live in both Internet Explorer and Firefox simultaneously. If you like this, you may be interested in our browser compatibility service, Litmus. Yes, that's why this software is free! :-)
Clipboard Text Scrubber is a handy little application that sits in your system tray and monitors your clipboard. When it finds any text on the clipboard it will “scrub” (or “clean”) that text, to remove all formatting. This is great for copying and pasting text into emails, documents or anywhere else. You can also (optionally) remove all HTML tags from the clipboard text, which is excellent for copying and pasting things from the web, without getting all the extra markup. Anyone that uses notepad to scrub their text will love this application. You can have Clipboard Text Scrubber automatically scrub text as it detects it, or you can manually scrub it by right-clicking on the system tray icon. When Clipboard Text Scrubber is scrubbing text the system tray icon will change, just to let you know it’s hard at work.
DisplayFusion is a fantastic (and free) new application that can make your dual monitor (or triple monitor or more) life much, much easier! From allowing you to use a different wallpaper on each monitor, to integrating with Flickr for image searching, to providing hotkeys for managing your application windows.
Here are just a few of the things you can do with DisplayFusion:
- Set a different desktop background on each monitor (either a picture or solid colour)
- Set a desktop background that spans all monitors (either a picture or colour)
- Integrated Flickr image search & download
- Drag maximized windows by their title bars to other screens
- Easily manage application windows with HotKeys:
- Move windows to the next monitor
- Move windows to the next monitor and maximize them
- Move windows to centre of the screen
- Move windows to centre of the screen and size it to 75% of the work area
- Tile windows along the top, bottom, left or right side
- Maximize windows so that they span all monitors
Read more and download....
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