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Private social network homepage clonesPublished:1 min read
Private social networking homepage designs are very similar, with a company email address input at the top and a list of customers using the product at the bottom. This makes it difficult to stand out from the crowd.
WSCF.blue V1.0.13 UpdatePublished:1 min read
I have released an update for WSCF.blue, version 1.0.13, to fix a bug with the WSDL round-tripping feature that caused message headers not to be round-tripped when fault messages existed for the same operation.
DateTime precision with MongoDB and the C# DriverPublished:5 min read
When dealing with MongoDB, the C# driver provides options to store DateTime values with full precision, and querying for them requires comparing Ticks property of the reference DateTime to the Ticks property of the stored DateTime element.
BlogEngine.NET 2.5 UpgradePublished:3 min read
Upgrading from BlogEngine.NET 2.0 to 2.5 was a fairly straightforward process, requiring some custom files and an SQL CE upgrade script to be run. I also added some customizations for a mobile version of the site and updated the titles on the Recent Comments and Posts widgets.
WSCF.blue V1.0.12 UpdatePublished:1 min read
WSCF.blue V1.0.12 Update is now available for download and contains one new feature, AutoSetSpecifiedPropertiesDecorator, as well as several bug fixes. The update is courtesy of user contributions from BartKoelman, cjberg, jamaica and MrGlover.
Windows 8 VideosPublished:2 min read
Microsoft introduced Windows 8 at the D9 and Computex conferences, but the upgrade won't be available until next year. Android Honeycomb 3.1 is currently out, making it a better option for tablet users looking to buy now. There are two videos on Youtube providing a sneak peak of Windows 8.
Random links for April 2011Published:8 min read
This article contains a list of interesting links from April 2011.
Random links for March 2011Published:5 min read
This article contains a list of interesting links from March 2011.
FilterAttribute Property Injection in Autofac MVC 3 IntegrationPublished:4 min read
The mechanism for performing property injection on FilterAttributes via ExtensibleActionInvoker had to be removed due to a bug. The new approach leverages the improved dependency injection support added to MVC 3 and requires calling the RegisterFilterProvider method before building the container and providing it to the AutofacDependencyResolver. A custom FilterAttributeFilterProvider and extension method was added to make this work.
Random links for February 2011Published:6 min read
This article contains a list of interesting links from February 2011.