Category: Links

Random Link Roundup–10/24/2014

It’s Friday, so prepare for incoming awesomeness in the form of random links! [more] AngularJS 1.3 is out!  The name makes me think of Guardians of the Galaxy for some reason… Further proof that we will eventually JavaScript All the Things: speech recognition in JavaScript has arrived. 🙁 You can never have too many icons! …

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Link Roundup for May 6, 2009

Windows 7 RC Publicly Available The release candidate has arrived!  And it’s valid until March 1st!  The beta, however, begins shutting down on June 1st (less than a month for those who can’t read the title of this blog post).  If you’re running beta, get it.  Upgrading from beta to RC is described here, but…

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Link Roundup for Apr. 27, 2009

Two weeks, then school is out.  Sadly I’m going to miss my thesis defense deadline, but not by much.  By the end of May, I should still be a free man, which means more posts (maybe).  In the mean time, here are links that I missed over the last week: Windows 7 RC The release…

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Link Roundup for Apr. 13, 2009

Some of these links are late since I was in meetings the entire second half of last week, but all are still worth a look if you missed them: WPF Glass Effect Want the Aero glass look in your WPF application?  Well, now you can get it with just a few lines of XAML. 9…

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Link Roundup for Apr. 8, 2009

Despite buggy designers, I’m digging WPF.  There are a few things that feel obtuse, where I think a more web-like approach to XAML would have been better, but it’s light years beyond WinForms.  Anyway, a couple of WPF links for you today: WPF/Silverlight and MVVM Edward has a link roundup (with screenshots) of tutorials to…

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Link Roundup for Apr. 6, 2009

More ASP.NET MVC “Recommendations” Again, I think it’s still a little early to be claiming anything as a best-practice yet, but here are some more ideas you might want to consider. ASP.NET MVC Ninjas on Fire Black Belt Tips Phil Haack did a session at MIX this year with that title.  I haven’t finished the…

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Link Roundup for Apr. 3, 2009

ASP.NET MVC Goes Open-Source The source has always been available, but now it’s MS-PL, which means you can take it, modify it, redistribute it, whatever you want.  That’s good news for the Mono crew! ASP.NET MVC Futures Maarten has a nice write-up summarizing some of the things that are available in ASP.NET MVC Futures.  None…

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Link Roundup for Apr. 1, 2009

Oh crap it’s April Fools Day.  The gimmick articles are out in force! Internet Explorer Stops Sucking! Ok, that one is pretty obvious.  I mean, Internet Explorer *not* suck?  Impossible, I say! .NET 4.1 Features Thankfully we don’t have to worry about this coming true. Ayende has forsaken us! Abandon ship!  Everyone out of the…

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Link Roundup for Mar. 30, 2009

Visual Studio 2010 Architect Edition AJ has a walk through of some of the new features in the Architect edition of Visual Studio 2010.  As much as everyone loves to hate on UML, there are a few things that it’s very useful for, so I’m glad to see that Visual Studio will support it. MvcContrib…

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Link Roundup for Mar. 24, 2009

Json.NET 3.5 Update Beta 3 of the Json.NET library is now available.  I’ve used Json.NET for serialization objects in ASP.NET MVC with great success.  ASP.NET Menu + IE8 == SURPRISE! Yeah, who knew that IE8 would cause problems?  To be fair, the ASP.NET Menu really produces awful, terrible, horrendous, other-negative-adjective HTML, so maybe IE isn’t…

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