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In the .NET 3.5 timeframe and earlier, many client developers referenced System.Web.dll in order to be able to use System.Web.HttpUtility and its helpful encode/decode and parse methods. While those functions were really useful, the full framework is a pretty hefty tax to pay for just a couple metho...
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Fecha registro : 4/7/2010 - Autor : Pete Brown's Blog (POKE 53280,0) for tag ASP.NET - Visitas : 814
[ In addition to blogging, I am also now using Twitter for quick updates and to share links. Follow me at: twitter.com/scottgu ] This is the nineteenth in a series of blog posts I’m doing on the upcoming VS 2010 and .NET 4 release. Today’s post covers a small, but very useful, new syntax feature bei...
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Fecha registro : 4/7/2010 - Autor : ScottGu's Blog - Visitas : 770
On a fairly regular basis, I get email or blog comments where someone will ask me how to create something they have zero experience doing. Invariably, it's a project that is enormously complex. Poking a little fun (good naturedly, I'll add) the requests are usually something like this: Hi. I...
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Fecha registro : 4/6/2010 - Autor : Pete Brown's Blog (POKE 53280,0) for tag ASP.NET - Visitas : 797
One of the things I like the most about Bing Image search (one of the things I prefer about it) is the "infinite scroll" feature. If you search for an image and start scrolling, it'll just keep going and going, moving the scroll bar each time and appending new images on the bottom. Thi...
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Fecha registro : 4/6/2010 - Autor : Scott Hanselman - ASP.NET - Visitas : 832
Scott Guthrie recently wrote about the new <%: %> syntax for HTML encoding output in ASP.NET 4 . I also covered the topic of HTML encoding code nuggets in the past as well providing some insight into our design choices for the approach we took. A commenter to Scott’s blog post asked, Will it b...
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Fecha registro : 4/6/2010 - Autor : you've been HAACKED - Visitas : 841
[ In addition to blogging, I am also now using Twitter for quick updates and to share links. Follow me at: twitter.com/scottgu ] This is the eighteenth in a series of blog posts I’m doing on the upcoming VS 2010 and .NET 4 release. A few days ago I blogged about two new language features coming with...
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Fecha registro : 4/6/2010 - Autor : ScottGu's Blog - Visitas : 793
Announcement: MSDN Radio: The ASP.NET Developer Evolved with Joe Stagner Event ID: 1032448575 Date: Monday, April 12, 2010 9:00 AM Pacific Time (US & Canada) 30 Minutes Event Overview You may know him as Mr. How Do I with Microsoft ASP.NET. For the last few years Joe has been busy working with t...
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Fecha registro : 4/5/2010 - Autor : Misfit Geek: msft - Visitas : 817
Too many people don’t realize that there are other options than <!-- --> comments to annotate HTML. These comments are harmful because they are sent to the client and thus make your page heavier than it needs to be. When doing ASP.NET, a simple drop-in replacement is server comments, which are...
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Fecha registro : 4/2/2010 - Autor : Tales from the Evil Empire : ASP.NET - Visitas : 758
[ In addition to blogging, I am also now using Twitter for quick updates and to share links. Follow me at: twitter.com/scottgu ] This is the seventeenth in a series of blog posts I’m doing on the upcoming VS 2010 and .NET 4 release. Today’s post covers two new language feature being added to C# 4.0 ...
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Fecha registro : 4/2/2010 - Autor : ScottGu's Blog - Visitas : 842
At the last MIX conference, Netflix announced that they are exposing their catalog of movie information using the OData protocol. This is great news! This means that you can take advantage of all of the advanced OData querying features against a live database of Netflix movies. In this blog entry, I...
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Fecha registro : 4/1/2010 - Autor : Stephen Walther on ASP.NET MVC - Visitas : 785
The “copyleft” provisions of the GPL ( GNU General Public License ) require that any changes or additions to a GPL licensed work must itself be licensed under terms that adhere to the GPL. Critics of these “copyleft” provisions have derogatively labeled the GPL as a “viral” license. Such criticism p...
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Fecha registro : 3/31/2010 - Autor : you've been HAACKED - Visitas : 788
This week we talked with Bear Bibeault and Yahuda Katz (@Wycats), authors of the upcoming book jQuery in Action: Second Edition. We discussed the intended audience of the book, how the chapters are laid out, the differences between the 1st and the 2nd editions, and much more. You can subscribe to t...
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Fecha registro : 4/9/2010 - Autor : Ralph Whitbeck - Visitas : 851
The jQuery Project is very excited to announce the final schedule and speakers list for our first-ever San Francisco Bay Area conference. The conference will be held at the Microsoft Silicon Valley Research Center in Mountain View, California on April 24th and 25th, 2010. Speakers include: John Resi...
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Fecha registro : 4/5/2010 - Autor : Ralph Whitbeck - Visitas : 822
This week we talked with Jeffrey Way. He is the editor of Nettuts+, and the Site Manager of ThemeForest and CodeCanyon. Jeffrey gives an overview of the Nettuts+ website and explains why their tutorials focus so much on jQuery and gives some examples of recent jQuery related articles. We also announ...
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Fecha registro : 4/2/2010 - Autor : Ralph Whitbeck - Visitas : 798
We had the chance to sit down with the jQuery UI team last week, right before they launched jQuery UI 1.8 final. We talked with them about the updated Widget Factory framework, new widgets, Autocomplete and Button. We also talk about the new utility plugin called Position and the new fade [...]...
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Fecha registro : 3/26/2010 - Autor : Ralph Whitbeck - Visitas : 816
This week Ralph and Elijah sit down and talk with Cody Lindley, Jonathan Sharp, and Boaz Sender about jQuery Meetups. We define what a jQuery Meetup is and discuss what is involved in making a successful meetup. We also discuss the Microsoft/jQuery announcements that were made at MIX 2010 this week...
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Fecha registro : 3/19/2010 - Autor : Ralph Whitbeck - Visitas : 809
Registration for the jQuery Conference 2010: San Francisco Bay Area is now open! Visit the event site: http://events.jquery.org/2010/sf-bay-area/ The conference schedule and list of speakers are available on the website. Get your ticket today. ...
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Fecha registro : 3/17/2010 - Autor : Mike Hostetler - Visitas : 792
The jQuery Project is excited to announce that Microsoft is expanding its support of the jQuery JavaScript Library through new initiatives, to include code contributions, product integration, and the allocation of additional resources. Building on two years of collaboration with the jQuery Project, ...
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Fecha registro : 3/16/2010 - Autor : John Resig - Visitas : 894
Registration is now open on events.jquery.org! The jQuery Project is very excited to announce the dates for our first-ever San Francisco Bay Area conference. The conference will be held at the Microsoft Silicon Valley Research Center in Mountain View, California on April 24th and 25th, 2010. The San...
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Fecha registro : 3/15/2010 - Autor : Mike Hostetler - Visitas : 800
This week Elijah and Ralph talked with John Resig about details from the recent jQuery 1.4 point releases. We also get updates on the next point releases and other features that are in the works. You can subscribe to the show in iTunes or via the raw RSS feed or you can download the MP3. Here are [....
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Fecha registro : 3/12/2010 - Autor : Ralph Whitbeck - Visitas : 783
This week Elijah and Ralph sit down and talk with Microsoft’s Phil Haack, Senior Program Manager on the ASP.NET team, currently working on the new ASP.NET MVC Framework. We discuss their recent decisions to include jQuery into several of their products what ASP.NET MVC is and how jQuery is in...
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Fecha registro : 3/5/2010 - Autor : Ralph Whitbeck - Visitas : 812
The article Common SELECT Statements (SQL Server) was added by ralax_myself on Saturday, April 10, 2010.Followings are some examples of using SELECT statement. My table name tblTest. Followings are columns. (TestID, TestName, TestDate, TestCity )1) Select * from tblTest (Returns all columns/Rows)2) ...
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Fecha registro : 4/10/2010 - Autor : ralax_myself - Visitas : 755
The article Maintaining the Session Id through out the Session was added by roopeshreddy on Thursday, April 08, 2010.Hi, Many of us come across situation like, just need a unique session id through out the session irrespective of whether the data is stored in the session or not. If you just write li...
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Fecha registro : 4/8/2010 - Autor : roopeshreddy - Visitas : 814
The article Read System Registry Values was added by nimish_soft on Tuesday, March 30, 2010.Here is the example code:Imports Microsoft.Win32 dim MyValue as string MyValue = RegValue(RegistryHive.LocalMachine, "SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer", "Version") Public Function RegV...
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Fecha registro : 3/30/2010 - Autor : nimish_soft - Visitas : 774
The article Sky View : Default Assemblies in .NET Framework was added by tmorton on Tuesday, March 30, 2010.System; System.CodeDom.Compiler; System.Collections; System.Collections.Generic; System.Collections.ObjectModel; System.Collections.Specialized; System.ComponentModel.Design; System.ComponentM...
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Fecha registro : 3/30/2010 - Autor : tmorton - Visitas : 783
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