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on 11/17/2009 4:00 PM
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on 9/3/2009 11:46 PM
Why Assert.Fail? Some might find it negative. Perhaps it is. The way I use it is more like a clean slate:public void FooTest(){ Assert.Fail();}It’s the starting point of many tests. Same as methods:public void Foo(){ throw new NotImplementedException([...]
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on 8/8/2009 4:17 AM
I stumbled across a collection type the other day that was implemented with .NET 2.0. This, like many other things in 2.0 slipped past me completely until now. This collection type offers a solution to a common problem; How do you expose the collections[...]
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on 7/18/2009 12:55 PM
How do you debug javascript in IE? Before IE 8 you could use fiddler and the visual studio debugger.There was a plugin for IE so that you could get a developer toolbar with some extended script debugging. As of IE8 a toolbar is built in and can be reached[...]
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on 7/18/2009 11:17 AM
How do you debug code in Firefox? The answer is that you use one of two eminent plugins:<ul> Firebug Venkman </ul>
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on 7/18/2009 11:00 AM
Local procedure calls Given the scripting nature of the web non-obfuscated javascript code presents itself to the technical user almost as a public API. You can try it out yourself by writing: for (x in document){console.log(x);} in your browser java[...]
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on 7/18/2009 9:40 AM
In the first course in computer science we (students) received the following words of wisdom from the lecturer: Above anything avoid javascript. Pure javascript A few years later I started working as a programmer (late 2005) the need to do certain small[...]
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on 7/16/2009 12:35 AM
A colleague told me about another initiative for graphics on the web. It turns out that John Resig has written a library for this.
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on 7/16/2009 12:16 AM
There are some pitfalls for using javascript. Intellisense being one of them. Not to worry, a great starting point would be ScottGu’s blogg post about general javascript intellisense as well as his post about jquery intellisense. The nice thing is that yo[...]
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on 7/14/2009 1:36 PM
There are many problems with the hard coded nature of how a membership provider operate. Once your site depends on a membership provider it's not always easy to switch into using some different method of membership. I mean, it's extremely frustrating tel[...]
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