JQuery tutorial

16/07/2009

Luis has another interesting tutorial about JQuery:


Summary 10.05.2009 – 20.05.2009

17/05/2009

Architecture

Justin Etheredge shares his thoughts about exceptions handling in .NET.

Dino Esposito has a very interesting post about the differences between testability and testing.

ASP.NET

Scott Mitchell has a very nice article about using the new routing module in .NET 3.5 SP1 without ASP.NET MVC.

ASP.NET AJAX

A new version of AJAX Control Toolkit is available. It contains three new controls (HTMLEditor, ComboBox and ColorPicket), HTMLEditor being one of the controls I have been waiting for a long time.

C#

Eric Lippert shows what is the semantic difference between null and empty. He also explains why we don’t have the ForEach sequence operator extension method.

Entity Framework

The ADO.NET Team continues the Sneak Preview series. Please find below the complete list of posts:

Moses has a very interesting post about his implementation for Entity Framework 1.0 of a eager loading mechanism similar to DataLoadOptions in LINQ directly to ObjectContext versus the default ObjectQuery<T>.Include(string) mechanism.

JavaScript

Betrand Le Roy has a nice post about the use of setInterval versus the use of setTimeout.

Visual Studio 2010

Jason Zender has a great post with all the details about the release of Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 and .NET Framework 4.0 Beta 1.

RIA

Nikhil shows how ViewModel pattern plays along with RIA Services in scenarios involving testability, server mocking and dependencies.


Summary 20.04.2009

21/04/2009

DDD

Yves Goeleven continues his DDD saga explaining this time how to model less obvious concepts such as constraints and processes using the strategy and specification patterns.

Go and watch this interview with Eric Evans about the state of art in DDD!

Architecture

Udi Dahan wrote about event driven architecture using NServiceBus.

Ayende answers to Justin’s post saying the cost for implementing the abstraction of IQueryable to the upper layers could be bigger than the cost for fixing bugs that could arise from possible modifications of the query.

RIA

Nikhil wrote a great post on the View Model pattern with RIA Services. The first part of the article nicely presents how we can use the repository pattern, the DomainService and the DomainContext.

Team Foundation Server

Brian Harry has a nice post about the key concepts in Team Foundation Server 2010. Team Project Collections is something I wanted and needed for my projects.

ADO.NET Data Services

Gil Fink wrote about making cross domain calls for a data service using a proxy service.

Enterprise Library

Grigori Melnik announces the start of the development for Enterpise Library 5.0.

S#arp

Luis Abreu posted two more articles about validating objects and working with entities.

TDD

Gabriel Schenker will write a tutorial on Rhino Mocks. The first part of this tutorial introduces the two most used frameworks: Rhino Mocks and Moq.

ASP.NET AJAX 4.0

Politian continues the articles on ASP.NET AJAX 4.0 and ADO.NET Data Services writing about many to many relationships.

JavaScript

Rick Strahl wrote an excellent article on how to extend the JSON support for date objects.

NHibernate

Oren continues his talk about NHibernate mapping with <join/> and <any/>.

Oslo

Shawn Wildermuth presents how relationships are mapped in MSchema.

LINQ

Daniel Guard has two nice posts with LINQ tips. In part one, he covers eager loading, retrieving multiple entity types from a single stored procedure, intercepting CRUD operations. In part two, he shows how to control the TSQL, how to clone an entity and and to handle complex stored procedures.

ASP.NET MVC

Sankarsan has a nice tutorial about writing a layered ASP.NET MVC application with Entity Framework. In the first part, he presents the options for the O/R layer isolation. In the second part, he creates the repository. In the third part,  he creates the service layer. In the fourth part, he build the ASP.NET MVC application.


JavaScript the 5th edition

13/04/2009

The 5th edition of ECMAScript was released a few days ago.

Among the new things in the specification: setters and getters are finally standardized!

For more new features that will be available when it is implemented please check the links below:

http://www.ecma-international.org/news/PressReleases/PR_Ecma_finalises_major_revision_of_ECMAScript.htm

http://blogs.msdn.com/jscript/archive/2009/04/09/a-major-milestone-in-javascript-standardization.aspx

Enjoy!

Bogdan


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