I had a very enjoyable evening at the Manchester ‘Heros Happen Here’ Community Launch event last night – my thanks to all those involved in setting up and running it.
- Argotic Syndication Framework – Release – The 2008.0.0.0 release of this Syndication framework has been released – new features include support for Attention Profiling Markup Language (APML) 0.6, Web Log Markup Language 2.0 (BlogML) and Microsoft Feed Sync 1.0
- Zeta Resource Editor – This string resource editor gets an update – now including projects and a nice installer.
- jQuery for ASP.NET MVC preview 2 – Chris van de Steeg has released an updated release of his jQueryMvc project to support the latest preview release – also includes a switch to using the Unity IOC framework
- Stop creating custom delegate types – Jimmy Bogard puts out a plea for developers to stop creating their own delegate types all the time and embrace the Action and Func delegates.
- PostSharp and iterator blocks – a beautiful combination – Jon Skeet takes a look at AOP using PostSharp
- Using jQuery to Consume ASP.NET JSON Web Services – An interesting article that shows how you can make jQuery satisfy the ASP.Net security requirements for calling JSON serialised web services
- ASP.NET MVC Action Filter – Caching and Compression – Kazi Manzur Rashid takes a look at compression and caching in ASP.NEt MVC applications, showing the effects of these settings on the data transferred between you app and the client.
- Expression Trees: Why LINQ to SQL is Better than NHibernate – Lee Richardson takes a look at Expression Trees in Linq – I’m not so sure about the comparison to NHibernate though
- Real Ultimate Power : Dependency Injection with Ninject – Ryan Lanciaux takes a brief look at one of the less well known dependency injection frameworks – Ninject.
- Discovering Windows PowerShell – Alex Mueller takes a first look at PowerShell with some examples
- WPF 3D : Part 1 of n – Sacha Barber starts a new WPF series, this time looking at 3D WPF
- IoC and Unity – Configuration Changes for the Better – Matthew Podwysocki continues his series by looking at the configuration changes in the latest Unity Drop release