In this screencast,
Marc shows you how to run a SQL Server Reporting Services 2008 report in Windows Azure using the ReportViewer control that ships with Visual Studio 2010. As an added bonus, he demonstrates using ReportViewer against an OData
service through the use of WCF Data…
We talk with Scott Guthrie about Microsoft Visual Studio 2010, Microsoft ASP.NET Model View Controller (MVC), and other up and coming topics in the technology space. Scott’s passion for software and developer tools has made him a leader in providing developers with what they need to build great…
Extreme ASP.NET Makeover: Death of a Singleton-Testability
He’s Liked, But He’s Not Well Liked
If the current code works, why do we need to get rid of the singleton? What harm is it doing? After all, there’s a reason the pattern has a name. It must be useful.
We have a few issues with…
Tables or StyleSheets? Relative Positioning or Absolute? This video will demonstrate the features of Visual Web developer that support the developing with your page layout preference. Source (C#)Source (VB)
Teil 2 meiner Codeclip-Serie über Virtual Earth befasst sich mit der serverseitigen Routenberechnung.
Mit nur acht Zeilen Code und ein bisschen Geklicke lässt sich eine funktionale - wenn auch nicht schöne - Karte in eine ASP.NET-Seite einbauen, die eine Route mit beliebigem Start und Ziel…
Hi and welcome to another Visual Studio 2008 Training Kit screencast.
This session was presented by Ryan Dunn and is the from the
Visual Studio 2008 training kit available from http://go.microsoft.com/?linkid=7602397.
This session covers the new design and development features in Visual…
Extreme ASP.NET Makeover: Death of a Singleton-AuthChecker Class
I’ve Got Some Seeds, Right Away
So where should we start? How about the AuthChecker class, since that’s what we’ve discussed through the first part of this article. Earlier, we decided that there was no reason for it to continue…
This step by step tutorial is focused on the creation of webparts.
Part 1 of this multipart webcast is on setting up the application and security. This webcast is 4 minutes in length and 9 mb
(Note the reason this web cast is multipart is due to the 20 mb video size limit)