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Joel Bennett

Tracing in .NET and Implementing Your Own Trace Listeners - 0 views

  • TextWriterTraceListener
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    A good place to start if you want to do trace or debug messages from .NET, this article explains the differences between trace and debug, how you can turn them on and off, and how you can set them to trace to file or event log without recompiling. Excellent.
Joel Bennett

html2wiki.pm - Convert HTML text to wiki markup - live preview - 0 views

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    A Perl Module to convert HTML to any of the many pseudo-markups in use by wiki's and blogs, including Textile (see "Confluence") and Markdown, MediaWiki, UseMod, SnipSnap, MoinMoin, etc.
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    At first I thought this could be the "back" part of TIM, but after trying it out on even simple example text, I'm a bit dissapointed. The nested lists, images, and URLs seem broken (although the links at least, work in Confluence).

    The worst problems are that it has no sense of %{style} span% or footnotes, and no concept AT ALL of tables.  It would be nice to at least get the {style} -- and therefore the spans -- working.
Joel Bennett

Snoop - 0 views

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    A tool like Spy++ and DOM inspector to simplify visual debugging of WPF applications at runtime.
Joel Bennett

15 Seconds : Creating a Data Access Layer in .NET - Part 2 - 1 views

  • This means the Primary Key will not contain the actual auto-increment from the database until the DataSet is updated. Therefore, the auto-increment value is relative to the DataSet only. For this reason, I have found it wise to set the AutoIncrementSeed to 0 and the AutoIncrementStep to -1.
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    A good tutorial on DataSets - gives a very good suggestion to set
Joel Bennett

CodeSigning in Windows - Unidentifed program wants access - MSDN Forums - 0 views

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    A thread in MSDN on how to do code signing to avoid the horrid "Unidentified program wants access" prompt.
Joel Bennett

Registry Shell Namespace Extension for Vista - CodePlex - 0 views

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    A slick Shell Namespace extension for Windows Vista to allow you to browse and search the registry in Explorer.  Looks really nice - licensed under Ms-PL
Joel Bennett

umbraco cms - open source ASP.NET Content Management System - 0 views

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    Umbraco looks like a full-fledged CMS done entirely in ASP.NET and C#.  Good templating, rich content editor, and more.
Joel Bennett

WPF Screen Saver Visual Studio Template! at scorbs - 0 views

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    How to write a screensaver in WPF
Joel Bennett

A WPF-powered 3D graphing library - The Code Project - 0 views

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    A simple 3D Graphing library for WPF
Joel Bennett

Olivier Dewit - Wpf3D - 0 views

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    A "Shared Source" library for making 3D objects in WPF
Joel Bennett

Dependency Graphs & Doxygen for Visual Studio .NET - 0 views

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    There's actually quite a few Visual Studio macro-type solutions here, but the most interesting are the dependency graphs and doxygen automation, and #regions for C++
Joel Bennett

Commanding Overview - 0 views

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    A HowTo for "commands" in WPF -- this is how you're supposed to do menus, app hotkeys (not global ones, but local ones), and even buttons..
Joel Bennett

Animation Overview - 0 views

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    A thourough introduction to animation in WPF
Joel Bennett

Using C++ Interop (Implicit PInvoke) - 0 views

  • C++ Interop is recommended over explicit PInvoke because it provides better type safety, is typically less tedious to implement, is more forgiving if the unmanaged API is modified, and makes performance enhancements possible that are not possible with explicit PInvoke.
  • C++ Interop allows COM components to be accessed at will and does not require separate interop assemblies
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    Because it is the language of the native APIs, Visual C++ has a special status on Windows which makes it  the best language for interacting with the platform APIs -- whether those are pure C++ APIs or COM components. This is partly due to the fact that unlike other .NET languages, Visual C++ allows managed and unmanaged code to exist in the same application and even in the same file ... allowing integration with existing apps and platform APIs that is just not possible in other .NET languages.
Joel Bennett

Xceed DataGrid for .WPF Windows Presentation Foundation data grid gridview presenter co... - 0 views

  • Price: FREE (Licensing FAQ)
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    A very impressive datagrid and date-picker for WPF available for free (in exchange for your name & email). Has a *really* slick "Card" view, as well as fully hierarchical standard grids and more. With all the usual in-place cell editors, XCEED's WPF DataGrid is fully styleable and templateable.

    AND IT'S FREE!

Joel Bennett

Styles and triggers in WPF - 0 views

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    How to use styles and triggers to craft customized WPF controls.
Joel Bennett

Foundations: Using Templates to Customize WPF Controls -- MSDN Magazine, January 2007 - 0 views

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    Part of a book by Charles Petzold on programming Windows apps with WPF -- includes a link to all the code samples -- which are really great as a learning tool even if you don't have the book.
Joel Bennett

WPF3D Team Blog : Interacting with 2D on 3D in WPF - 0 views

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    How to do 2D interactive controls on 3D surfaces in WPF applications.
Joel Bennett

Software Transactional Memory (MSDN Blog: Developing for Developers) - 0 views

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    A great article explaining Software Transactional Memory for programmers who've never heard of it.
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