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on 3/26/2011 8:37 AM
We are happy to announce that WebSharper 2.1 Professional RC2 is now available for Visual Studio 2008/2010 developers. You can find and download the latest version from [...]
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on 3/24/2011 1:45 PM
There is the eventlogreader
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on 3/24/2011 9:25 AM
The Bing Maps extension for WebSharper has been updated to version 7.0 of the library. It allows developers to use the latest features of Bing Maps, including info boxes and keyboard events. It also provides a convenient interface to the REST API for sear[...]
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on 3/23/2011 2:08 PM
For parsing log4j files there are some alternatives: Chainsaw (java gui). If the links dead, note that it should be part of log4j. Similar to chainsaw but in .net: logviewer. Log2Console looks pretty sweet. It has some positive comments. On the logvie[...]
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on 3/22/2011 2:19 PM
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/f7dy01k1(v=VS.80).aspxhttp://community.sharpdevelop.net/blogs/danielgrunwald/archive/2011/02/04/ilspy-a-new-net-assembly-inspector.aspxhttp://reflector.red-gate.com/download.aspx?TreatAsUpdate=1 maybe R# later on? [...]
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on 3/21/2011 1:09 PM
Over the past month I ventured deep into the alternative side of the .NET web world. I took quite a few web frameworks for a test drive, including OpenRasta, Nancy, Kayak and ServiceStack. All of the aforementioned supports Mono, except OpenRasta, that ha[...]
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on 3/19/2011 6:07 PM
C# 4.0 allows to declare variance compatibility for delegates and interfaces. This means, for instance, that one can assign an IEnumerable<Cat> to an IEnumerable<Animal>.  The term variance compatibili[...]
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on 3/19/2011 6:07 PM
C# 4.0 allows to declare variance compatibility for delegates and interfaces. This means, for instance, that one can assign an IEnumerable<Cat> to an IEnumerable<Animal>.  The term variance compatibility, in this context, defines the kind of assignment co[...]
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on 3/14/2011 5:56 PM
For those of you who are familiar with Reactive Extensions you should know all about observables already, but did you know that there’s another kind of observable sequence – Rx.ConnectableObservable. The difference between the two types of observable sequ[...]
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on 3/12/2011 9:13 AM
I wrote previously about how you can set up multiple observable sequences and subscribe to them with multiple observers and create a many-to-many relationship between them. Whilst this is a very flexible model with a clear separation of responsibilities, [...]
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