Category: Development

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GMail.NET

After a zillion of posts on how great GMail is, who already has an account and more, more, more of the same, finally I’m blogging on GMail. Not on how great it is (although...

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DropDownList and the ViewState

I have no idea if I’m an idiot or not, but I did not know the DropDownList needs the viewstate to provide the SelectedValue. Most of the time, I turn off viewstate for controls...

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Rant

I really don’t want to start a rant about VB.NET again, if it’s not for the purpose of upsetting some collegues and have a friendly war around here. But I can’t stand how irritating VB.NET...

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Enterprise Library

Jonathan Wanagel gives word in a comment about the Enterprise Library. The library is announced on MSND Patterns & Practices and a GotDotNet workspace was created a few days ago. The first version of the Enterprise...

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PhotoVision

A new example application by Microsoft has been released on MSDN. I haven’t looked at it yet, but it looks very promising. PhotoVision is the name of the application, or set of applications. There’s...

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HTML color coding

From Paschal L I got the link to another CodeProject article about HTML color coding for various languages. I haven’t used on yet, but I’m about to, for my own website which I’m developing....

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WinXP theming in your Winforms apps

I’m about to embark an adventure called Developing a .NET Windows Forms application with a collegue of mine. Untill now, I only embarked web applications, so this is a new one. My collegue included...