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Eric Hammersley <insert impressive list of technology to blog about here> November 2005 Entries
New version of RSS Bandit released (1.3.0.38)
A new version of RSS Bandit has just been released! Don't let the download page on their site fool you, they haven't updated it yet. The UI has a new look with new icons, the disappearing toolbar issue has been resolved, quick icons in articles for “read” and “follow-up”, and I'm sure many other additions. Honestly, I'm happy with just the new icons and fixing my toolbars. That horrible smiley face icon on my desktop annoyed me slightly. :-) Grab v 1.3.0.38 here or wait until ......

Posted On Sunday, November 27, 2005 4:41 PM

How to manipulate the new VS/VWD built-in web server
Scott Guthrie posted a great article on “How to Run a Root “/” Site with the VS/VWD 2005 Local Web Server” What I found interesting, and what I wanted to mention is the ability to fire the built-in server by hand. Check out the article and play with the new WebDev.WebServer.EXE. Pretty neat trick. Also found this neat trick over on Robert McLaws blog. “ASP.NET 2.0 Web Server Here Shell Extension”. He has actually set it up so you can right click on a folder and ......

Posted On Thursday, November 24, 2005 8:19 PM

Krypton Toolkit - Component Factory offers their Krypton Toolkit for FREE
Yes, free for commercial use. The Krypton Toolkit offers developers several custom controls to give your Windows Forms application an Office 2003 look-and-feel. The toolkit provides multiple user interface controls for your Windows Forms applications including but not limited to custom buttons, frames, splitters, groups, labels, and the list goes on. The Krypton Toolkit is specially targeted for Visual Studio 2005 and the .NET Framework 2.0. Plus, don’t forget… it is FREE for commercial ......

Posted On Monday, November 14, 2005 8:50 AM

Guidelines in Visual Studio 2002, 2003 and 2005 text editors (Thanks to Channel 9 and Sara Ford)
Ever since I fired up Netbeans for the first time I have wanted the 80 column guideline it has in the text editor window. Sure, there’s a control at the bottom of the text editor window that tells you where your cursor is column wise but honestly, a faint line right up column 80 works best. Of course not everyone likes doing this but I’ve found that my code is the most readable visually and printed if I force breaks at 80 columns, or perhaps 120 columns. Now, thanks to a Channel 9 post ......

Posted On Thursday, November 10, 2005 10:02 AM

Missing an item template in Visual Studio 2005? Try this...
NOTE: This is not in reference to Web Templates. In VS2005 Web Projects are created through a different menu item. If you here because you cannot find the web project templates make sure you select New... Web Site from the File menu. Twice I’ve installed Visual Studio 2005 (I use the Software Developer flavor, if that matters) and in the end I’ve been missing an item template or two. Example… I create a new Class Library project, right click the project and choose Add. The dialog ......

Posted On Tuesday, November 8, 2005 12:14 PM

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