Its been a long time i wrote something on my blog, thanks to my busy work schedule i have a large number of drafts saved lolz. this is just a quick post Anyway today is another big day for .Net developers around the world, yeah the final version of visual studio 2010 is released. visual [...]
Microsoft has just released the Release Candidate version of Visual Studio 2010 for public download. You can now download and try out Visual Studio 2010 RC and .NET Framework 4 RC before the final version which is due to hit retail in this first quarter of 2010. It was released for MSDN Subscribers on 8th [...]
Scott guthrie just did a great announcement about the WebsiteSpark Program. what is WebsiteSpark? WebsiteSpark is designed for independent web developers and web development companies that build web applications and web sites on behalf of others. It enables you to get software, support and business resources from Microsoft at no cost for three years, and [...]
In the last few weeks I wrote 2 articles on how to resolve ClickOnce certificate expiration issues. you can find those articles here : ClickOnce Application,Expired Certificates & Public Key Token PART I ClickOnce Application,Expired Certificates & Public Key Token PART II During my work on this ClickOnce update, we decided to upgrade the application [...]
Recently one of my colleague asked me is there anyway to programmatically merge huge number of PDF files in to a single file, without using Adobe Acrobat libraries, well the answer is yeah. and there are a lot of off the shelve and open source libraries available for this. the best one I found is [...]
www.windowsclient.net have released a new "Syndicated Client Starter Kit" designed to make it easy to create rich, syndicated multimedia and content experiences which engage the user, from documents and photos to videos and podcasts.you can read the story here. And this Starter Kit Show case includes an awsum MSDN Reader. The MSDN Reader allows you [...]
these days I’m just playing around with Visual studio 2008 and its new features, C# 3.0 LINQ, Windows Presentation Foundation, Silverlight, ASP.Net 3.5 and much more. And trust me last few months, I have received a lot of emails regarding How to’s of these and requesting resources to learn these language improvements. well may be [...]
Last Friday Microsoft released the final RTW (release to web) support for VS 2008 Web Deployment projects. Scott Guthrie has written more on this on his blog. read it here.