Script# - Javascript in C#

posted on 07/21/06 at 09:35:24 am by Joel Ross

I'm way late on this, but back in March, a lightbulb went off for me, and I wondered why we couldn't write Javascript in C#. I got a lot of positive feedback about that, and that's pretty much where it ended for me. Until I saw that Nikhil Kothari relea… more »

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Seamless Remoting

posted on 03/28/06 at 09:54:44 pm by Joel Ross

One of my clients just got word that they will be moving where they host their servers, and the new environment is much stricter than the old one. The public website will be in an outer DMZ and only able to communicate with an inner DMZ. The database ser… more »

Categories: C#


A Change to Switch Statements

posted on 2005-06-25 at 00:06:02 by Joel Ross

I ran into this today, and if it was available, my life would have been easier. Here's the problem I came up against. Let's say that you have an object that has two properties: color and shape. You need to do something based on the combination of those t… more »

Categories: C#


N-Tier Codesmith Templates

posted on 2005-03-17 at 00:00:26 by Joel Ross

I saw the .NET Tiers generator a while ago, and I think it looks very interesting. From the looks of it, you come up with a database, take their templates, load them in CodeSmith, and you can generate just about everything else: Your stored procedures, y… more »

Categories: C#


Open Source C# Applications

posted on 2005-03-10 at 22:35:28 by Joel Ross

Ever wondered if there was a free alternative to something you are looking at building or buying? Well, here's a site that lists a bunch of open source apps written in C#. They have a ton of categories. If enough people use it, the datbase will only get… more »

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Using and Data Access

posted on 2005-02-09 at 00:51:10 by Joel Ross

Jason Salas has a nice post about how you can use the "using" keyword in C# when doing data access, and ensure that your objects are cleaned up properly. The template for DALs in CodeSmith that we are using had this built right in. I had to do some resea… more »

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A Couple Of Older Articles

posted on 2005-02-06 at 23:43:20 by Joel Ross

Since I've been so busy lately, I now have about 40-50 items to catch up on. Here are a couple of them, both from Brad Wilson. The first is about Factories versus constructors. I agree with Brad - factories are better. Just Friday, I showed a team membe… more »

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posted on 2004-11-13 at 23:33:11 by Joel Ross

Cyrus, from the C# team, is asking about how to handle the release of new C# features in between official release cycles. He wants to know if people would be willing to install unsupported software in order to get features they either wouldn't norma… more »

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Generic (Multiple) Sorting For Typed Collections

posted on 2004-11-13 at 23:10:47 by Joel Ross

I ran across this post earlier in the week, and it gave me the last peice I needed to complete my sorter class I wrote earlier this spring. Mine was missing the ability to sort on any type but strings. At the time, that was fine - all properties were tre… more »

Categories: C#


Dynamically Loading Assemblies

posted on 2004-11-01 at 00:55:02 by Joel Ross

I won't be doing heavy blogging tonight because I have too much to do. I've been working on two different things tonight. First is my real job. That takes up a lot of time. The second is my blogging tool. I'm working on dynamically loading plug-ins, and… more »

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