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Command Line Pointers for Windows Explorer

I compiled some pointers on calling Windows Explorer from the command line.

Command Line Pointers for Windows Explorer.

Posted On Wednesday, October 11, 2006 6:47 AM

Windows Forms .NET: The Official Microsoft Windows Forms Community Site (ClickOnce Category)
Windows Forms .NET: The Official Microsoft Windows Forms Community Site (ClickOnce Category). Great place to find an exhaustive list of ClickOnce information ......

Posted On Thursday, October 5, 2006 10:46 PM

.NET Ramblings - Brian Noyes' Blog - On-Demand Updates with ClickOnce
.NET Ramblings - Brian Noyes' Blog - On-Demand Updates with ClickOnce. Another awesome post from Brian Noyes on “On-Demand Updates with ClickOnce” ......

Posted On Thursday, October 5, 2006 8:31 PM

.NET Ramblings - Brian Noyes' Blog - Launching unmanaged applications with ClickOnce
.NET Ramblings - Brian Noyes' Blog - Launching unmanaged applications with ClickOnce. Great post with sample code. Brian Noyes explains how to launch an unmanaged application with ClickOnce. Can’t wait till your book hits the shelves ......

Posted On Thursday, October 5, 2006 8:30 PM

Administering ClickOnce Deployments
Administering ClickOnce Deployments. Great WhitePaper from Brian Noyes on Administering ClickOnce Deployments ......

Posted On Thursday, October 5, 2006 8:26 PM

Walkthrough: Deploying a ClickOnce Application Manually

Walkthrough: Deploying a ClickOnce Application Manually.

Little light on the detail but a good explanation of how to use Mage to generate Application and Deployment manifests.

Posted On Thursday, October 5, 2006 8:15 PM

Becoming Agile: Click Once deployment using NAnt
Becoming Agile: Click Once deployment using NAnt. Great example of how to Create an initial ClickOnce application deployment package using Mage.exe, then perform update Mage.exe builds to update the Application manifest and resign the Deployment manifest. Solid explanation… Short and sweet. Though you might not need the NAnt retoric. The key is understanding the Mage.exe steps being taken. You translate the NAnt into MSBuild if you would like ......

Posted On Thursday, October 5, 2006 8:13 PM

.NET Ramblings - Brian Noyes' Blog - Manually Putting a ClickOnce Application into Production
.NET Ramblings - Brian Noyes' Blog - Manually Putting a ClickOnce Application into Production. Great article on how to use MageUI to update Application and Deployment manifests for a ClickOnce build ......

Posted On Thursday, October 5, 2006 8:02 PM

How to: Include a Data File in a ClickOnce Application
How to: Include a Data File in a ClickOnce Application

How to: Include a Data File in a ClickOnce Application.

Posted On Thursday, October 5, 2006 7:44 PM

How to add Desktop Shortcut to ClickOnce Deployment Application
Here's a great post on how to add a desktop shortcut to ClickOnce Deployed Application. (Scott Schecter's post)http://blog.scottschec... Here's the version of this solution in VB. (Julia Lerman's post)http://blog.ziffdavis.... If you don't want to follow the link, here's the code: /// <summary> /// This will create a Application Reference file on the users desktop /// if they do not already ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 4, 2006 7:04 PM

Globalization & ClickOnce, ASP.NET Globalization
Great post from dasBlonde: http://www.dasblonde.net/Pe... Here’s the details: The blog is about globalization and how to architect Windows Forms and ASP.NET applications for localization, leveraging .NET resources where appropriate. Here’s the samples she listed: Globalized Windows Sample ClickOnce and Globalization ASP.NET Globalization Here’s the Additional globalization resources she listed: http://www.theserverside.ne... ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 4, 2006 6:19 PM

Thoughts on Bug Priority Levels
Bug Priority Levels: Priority 1 If any of the cases true, then it’s a Priority 1 Otherwise, it’s a Priority 2 The tool hangs or crashes Memory Leaks in working process/GC Handles Data loss of any kind Urgent issue that must be fixed right away (could be because of client priority/request) Priority 2 If any of the cases true, then it’s a Priority 2 Otherwise, it’s a Priority 3 When a functionality or feature is broken, results or behavior contradicts with logically expected ......

Posted On Monday, October 2, 2006 11:26 AM

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