.NET 2.0 - Server Control Base Class

posted on 2005-05-31 at 23:47:08 by Joel Ross

I'm starting to research what it's going to take to write the Tourney Bracket Control in ASP.NET 2.0, and I found the first cool new feature. There's a new base class for custom controls. Before, if you were doing anything remotely complicated (i.e, not… more »

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CruiseControl.NET 0.9.1 Released

posted on 2005-05-19 at 22:49:25 by Joel Ross

A minor revision of CruiseControl.NET was released today. Here's the release notes. It looks like it offers a few new things that are pretty cool. You can now install the service more than once, allowing a name to be given to the service. That's cool. It… more »

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posted on 2005-05-19 at 22:48:08 by Joel Ross

MetaSapiens, via Fabrice Marguerie, has released their first product, and it's free! It's a cool component for managing URLs called PageMethods. It makes using URLs much easier, or at least it looks like it does. We ran into these same issues, and our s… more »

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What Is Content Management Server?

posted on 2005-05-18 at 22:53:28 by Joel Ross

Stephen Cawood has a nice post describing what MCMS is - from 1999. I remember when MCMS was Ncompass Labs, and one of their sales guys came in and taught us how to use it back in 2000. Since then, I've changed jobs and am still working with it! Oh yeah.… more »

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CruiseControl.NET 0.9 - In Use

posted on 2005-05-09 at 22:47:53 by Joel Ross

By chance, I finally had time to play with the latest version of CruiseControl.NET - twice! Once for Tourney Logic, and once for a client. It's very nice. I was able to take my existing ccnet.config file and get it working under the new version in no ti… more »

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Debugging In ASP.NET

posted on 2005-05-05 at 19:39:12 by Joel Ross

There's a nice article on MSDN about some of the pitfalls and gotchas of debugging ASP.NET applications in VS.NET. If you've ever fired up the debugger and gotten an error, you should read this article. I've only had one issue that I could never figure… more »

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Datasets in ASP.NET

posted on 2005-05-05 at 19:34:30 by Joel Ross

Scott Mitchell has another great article on the 4Guys site about why he doesn't use Datasets in ASP.NET applications, and then lays out why he doesn't. It's a good read, and reflects most of the reasons we decided to use custom objects and data readers i… more »

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SOA Covenants

posted on 2005-05-05 at 19:27:51 by Joel Ross

Rocky Lhotka has an interesting article about SO Design, and how the current state of affairs of SOA implementations and the tools we use to develop them. Basically he says that because of how the tools deal with web services, the way we develop web serv… more »

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ASP.NET 2.0 Quickstart Tutorials

posted on 2005-04-24 at 17:43:49 by Joel Ross

The ASP.NET 2.0 quickstart tutorials are in beta on www.asp.net. With .NET 1.0, these quickstarts are what I used extensively to learn my way around .NET. I'm sure I'll be using these as I move forward with ASP.NET 2.0, which I am hoping to start working… more »

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posted on 2005-04-24 at 17:41:54 by Joel Ross

I haven't messed with AJAX yet, and I don't have any immediate plans to do so. For those not familiar, AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, although it's most famous use is in the cool interface for Gmail (I still have invites if you want the… more »

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