February 2008 - Posts


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Coolite Studio for ASP.NET by janko

Coolite Inc , in collaboration with ExtJS, LLC has published Coolite Studio for ASP.NET. " Coolite Studio is an Ext official suite of ASP.NET Web Controls based on the Ext JavaScript Framework.The suite of web controls were built with a focus on...
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Silverlight examples and tutorials by janko

Michael Schwarz did a great job and collected a large number of Silverlight examples and tutorials. There are around 170 tutorials, examples and blogs about Silverlight 1.0 & 1.1, Blend , XAML and other. There is nothing more for me to do than to...
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Free ASP.NET icons by janko

Good (and free) icons for your website is really hard to find. Luckily, there are a few websites that offer excellent and free icon packages. 1. ASP.NET Icons - Probably the best choice that offers a set of 300 free icons 2. User Interface Icons - 140...
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Telligent announced Graffiti CMS 1.0 by janko

Tellignet , a company that created Cummunity Server Community Server , announced yesterday a release version of Graffiti CMS 1.0. As it states on Graffiti website " Graffiti marries powerful content management capabilities with modern publishing...
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MSDN Code Gallery by janko

Just a short note for those who haven't visited it yet - there is a bunch of sample applications, code snippets, and other resources provided by devlopers on MSDN Code Gallery . Most popular tags are C#, Visual Basic, LINQ and more. Enjoy!
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Handling exceptions in ASP.NET Ajax by janko

If you ever used ASP.NET Ajax and UpdatePanels you must have seen the annoying alert window that pops up when error occurres during Ajax request. Since WebFu event where Milica and I presented ASP.NET Ajax, many developers asked us how to "kill"...
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Visual Studio Programmer Themes Gallery by janko

In one of his latest posts, Scott Hanselman presented a gallery of 15 themes that can refresh the look of your Visual Studio. If you find the classic Visual Studio look boring this is the right article for you. The themes are really great.

My favorite is "Vibrant Borland" but not because of it's Boland C++ look, but because it reminds me of the time I programmed in Clipper '87.

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I am using a new RSS provider by janko

Just a note to all those who are subscribed to my RSS feeds. The RSS feed link has been changed to http://feeds.feedburner.com/JankosBlog . It is a main RSS feeds page and the link for your RSS reader is http://feeds.feedburner.com/JankosBlog?format=xml...
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HotFix for Visual Studio 2008 by janko

VisualStudio Web Team released a hot-fix for VisualStudio 2008 and Visual Web Developer 2008 that fixes several issues. There are few annoying issues in VS like slow typing in design view with certain page markup configurations. The complete list of fixed...
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Rich Internet Application Technology Comparison: AJAX, Flash, Silverlight by janko

I found very good article that describes different RIA technologies: Ajax, Flash and Silverlight (written by Judu Lee ). He compared strenghts and weaknesses of three technologies but I won't tell you what is the result. You can read full article...
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ASP.NET ListView control and LinqDataSource - Display data without a line of code by janko

The new ASP.NET ListView control is a powerfull control that encapsulates the best features from ASP.NET 2.0 data controls. It has flexibility of Repeater, easy binding like GridView, improved rendering capability and much more. When used with LinqDataSource...
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Ajax loading indicators by janko

Here are three useful sites for creating Ajax loading indicators. Images below are just samples of what you can do. I made those in a seconds. Here are the links: http://www.webscriptlab.com/ http://www.loadinfo.net/ http://www.ajaxload.info/
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