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Realtime Chart and Graph in One  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 26  |  Today: 0Author: Roy Reznik      Rating:  
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I worked on a project in which I needed a graph control. Later on, I was also required to use a chart control. So I thought, hey, let's just combine them both into one nice and simple control....

Mdi Manager VS2003 Style  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 23  |  Today: 0Author: v# guy      Rating:  
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This Mdi control is look like VS2003, include feature TabTitle, CloseAll, MdiList but not support docking, drag n drop. Any question welcome. This is my first articles and fair english....

NextUI Digital panel  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 11  |  Today: 0Author: Steve-Low-NextwaveSoft      Rating:  
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Presentation layer is always the important aspect of a software , NextUI provides a list of unique controls
in hope that it is useful to anyone ....

Visual Studio .NET 2003 Usage Tips  Version: 0.00     Price: $0.00  
Total Hits: 1  |  Today: 0Author: Ken Spencer      Rating:  
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When I'm working on a solution with many projects and assemblies, the Visual Studio® .NET IDE seems slower; the same is true when there are fewer assemblies and more code in each assembly. Ctrl+Tab switching between code view and design view takes a lot more time and sometimes the IDE locks up because background compilation hangs. Do you have any suggestions that would help me to improve performance?...

Windows Communication Foundation: Steroids for your Enterprise Service-Oriented Architecture (Part I)     
Total Hits: 172  |  Today: 0Author: Tom Fuller      Rating:  
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Application designers and developers have been attempting to deliver loosely coupled services using technologies like ASMX, .NET Enterprise Services, MSMQ, and .NET Remoting for roughly the past five years. These experiences have proven to be very challenging, and there have been limitations found in each of the .NET programming techniques. The result has been passive adoption by enterprises and constant confusion in the development community on what technology is best suited for delivering buil...

Visual Studio 2005 Profiles and a Few Tweaks I like to Make     
Total Hits: 203  |  Today: 0Author: Scott Guthrie      Rating:  
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One of the new features in VS 2005 is the support for "profiles" in the IDE. Profiles provide the ability to define pre-set defaults for options, menus, key-bindings, and command-bars across the tool-set. VS 2005 ships with several built-in profiles out of the box including: VB, C#, C++, Web, Test, and a General Development Settings similar to 2003. When VS launches the very first time it prompts a user to pick which of these profiles to use by default (note that you can build all app types a...

Preventing a CD from Auto-Playing     
Total Hits: 191  |  Today: 0Author: salysle.      Rating:  
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This article describes the approach used programmatically to prevent a CD from going into auto play mode; this may be useful to you if you are, for example, writing an application that logs directly to CD and you are trying to burn data periodically to a CD but you do not want the CD to go into auto play mode after burning some data to it....

Paradigm Shift     
Total Hits: 121  |  Today: 0Author: Alvin Bruney      Rating:  
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Visual Studio 2005 ships with a new Web Site Project (WSP) model for ASP.NET. The WSP model is a replacement for the legacy project-based model in Visual Studio 2003. The WSP model was developed to address a number of issues that plagued the legacy project-based model. A few of those thorny issues include, but aren’t limited to, performance problems due to Web site recompilation and bottlenecks created by the project file under source code control....

Building a Web Site using Visual Studio 2005     
Total Hits: 44  |  Today: 0Author: Mahesh Chand      Rating:  
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Visual Studio 2005 codename Whidbey is the successor of Visual Studio 2003, which comes with .NET Framework 2.0 and certainly is the most powerful tool for developers. It not only provides a neater and easily manageable IDE, it also brings more powerful and customizable user interfaces for both Windows and Web developers. See What's new in Visual Studio 2005 for more details....

Microsoft: .Net Beat Java, Who's Next?     
Total Hits: 105  |  Today: 0Author: Eugenia Loli-Queru      Rating:  
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Microsoft is leaving Java in the dust, but the company still has room to grow in the developer arena, a key executive said. Speaking at the Microsoft FAM (Financial Analyst Meeting) on July 27 in Redmond, Wash., Bob Muglia, Microsoft's senior vice president of Server and Tools business, said Microsoft's .Net platform has outpaced Java, particularly the Java Enterprise Edition, over the past five years to become the development platform of choice for enterprise development....

Visual Studio .NET 2005 - Unit Tests     
Total Hits: 175  |  Today: 0Author: Robbe D. Morris      Rating:  
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Unit tests... The necessary evil. I'm not a huge fan of Test Driven Development because it really doesn't work well unless you have a huge percentage of the application requirements dictated to you early on in the process. I rarely have that luxury. To tell you the truth, I've also never been a huge fan of writing unit tests at all largely because the expectation of others is that the unit test for a method should be stand alone or autonomous from other methods. What we wind up with is a bun...

How to sort ListViewItems in Visual Studio 2005     
Total Hits: 316  |  Today: 0Author: Faraz      Rating:  
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In this sample I will try to explain you a tip that will help you out in sorting ListViewItems.Majority of time we need to maintain a list of item in a ListView control so that when items are added in our list it should be displayed in a proper manner, for this, all we need is displayed our list either in Ascending or in descending order or you have the third option simply call the Sort() Method. To see these works consider the following steps:...

A Fast Track to Rehost Your .NET Applications     
Total Hits: 233  |  Today: 0Author: Laurence Moroney      Rating:  
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Visual MainWin for J2EE from Mainsoft gives you a version of the .NET framework that runs on J2EE applications servers as well as a plug-in to the Visual Studio.NET IDE that takes the MSIL that is compiled from your C# or VB.NET into Java Byte code that will run on this framework....

Have You Reached Your Tipping Point?     
Total Hits: 184  |  Today: 0Author: Jonathan Goodyear      Rating:  
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Why was the release of Visual Studio 2005 a tipping point? Take a quick look around and the answer will become obvious. Before VS 2005, there was a steady movement toward .NET development in the IT industry. Since the release of VS 2005, that movement has become a tsunami. It seems that the companies that were holding off for the quality bar that Microsoft typically reaches with a version 3 product are finally making the move to .NET. Another reason for the major shift is that the previous two ....

But It Works On My Machine!     
Total Hits: 191  |  Today: 0Author: Jonathan Goodyear      Rating:  
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In a perfect world, you would develop and test your code on a local PC, then deploy it to a staging server for integration testing, followed by deployment to production. Along that path, everything would function and behave the same on the staging server and production server as it does in your development environment. You’re probably chuckling right now, because this ideal is not always the reality. There are gremlins at work, whose sole purpose is to make your life miserable. I’m sure you’ve e...

Install a Service using a Script     
Total Hits: 190  |  Today: 0Author: gtamir      Rating:  
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Many believe that an MSI install file is the only way to install a Windows service. In truth, using an MSI is only one of several ways to install a Windows service. This article will explain how to perform a scripted install of a Windows service. In addition to explaining how to install a service using a script, this article will also explain how to install multiple instances of the same assembly as multiple Windows services.
I maintain a distributed software application. The application back...

Uninstall a Previous Application Installation When Upgrading an Application with Setups Created in VS.NET - Part 2     
Total Hits: 70  |  Today: 0Author: rwestgraham      Rating:  
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This is Part 2 of a two part article. This article assumes you have read and understood the techniques and concepts described in Part 1. In the previous article you saw how properly defining an UpgradeCode could be used to upgrade an existing application while preserving legacy files if needed. We also saw in the previous article that an Upgrade does not work if you change the per-machine or per-user level between setups. We will look at one of several possible solutions to this potential probl...

Installing Visual Studio .Net     
Total Hits: 209  |  Today: 0Author: Peter A. Bromberg      Rating:  
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For those of you expert hotshot programmers who are too young to remember what you were doing during the Crash of '87 or who don't know what a mutual fund is, the BASIC compiler was a deal that processed your GW-Basic non-gui, inline code that had a buncha GOSUBS and GOTOS in it, and this dealie would mangle it and turn out an EXE file that you could RUN - without the BASIC interpreter. In geek - speak, kinda like running a Java program without the Java VM....

HOW TO: Remove Visual Studio .NET Beta and Release Candidate Versions      
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Visual Studio .NET Beta and Release Candidate versions may not be completely removed because of problems in the removal programs. This article describes how to manually remove all traces of these versions. You must also use the Add/Remove Programs tool in Control Panel to remove all managed programs that are installed on the computer, no matter which version was used to develop the managed programs....

HOWTO: Troubleshoot the Windows Component Update for Visual Studio .NET     
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This describes the steps required and the specific process for troubleshooting the installation of the Windows Component Update (WCU). The WCU is used to update systems for the installation of several products including but not restricted to Visual Studio. NET, Microsoft Office XP Developer, and Visual FoxPro 7.0....

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