- Google Chrome – Download a new browser – So the big news in the last 24 hours seems to have been Google’s entry into the browser market, focusing on making the browser a better place for running application, Google Chrome has certainly set the blogging world on fire. For use developers probably the most important thing it that its based on the WebKit rendering engine, the same one used in Safari.
- MSpec v0.2 – Aaron Jensen announces the release of MSpec (Machine Specification) v0.2. This release introduces some language changes along with improved reporting and a console runner.
- Performance and memory profiler for .NET code – RedGate have now released the official release of ANTS Profiler 4, commercially licensed with prices starting at £195
- SQL Server Monitor Version 1.1 – Shawn Wildermuth reconstructs using Reflector, and updates SQL Server Monitor, a systray utility which lets you control your MSSQL instances.
- ReSharper 4.1 is Released – The JetBrains team have been busy, and announce the release of ReSharper 4.1, which improves support for Visual Studio 2008 SP1, gives better ASP.NET experience, adds a few new features, and fixes an impressively large list of bugs. Sounds well worth the download.
- Prevent Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) using ASP.NET MVC’s AntiForgeryToken() helper – Steve Sanderson shows how you can protect your ASP.NET MVC applications from Cross Site Scripting (XSS) exploits using the AntiForgeryToken helpers included in ASP.NET MVC PR5
- ASP.NET MVC Preview 5 and Form Posting Scenarios – Just when a few people were beginning to wonder what had happened to ScottGu, he makes his blogging reappearance with a monster post looking at some of the new functionality in ASP.NET MVC PR5
- Problems Upgrading ASP.NET MVC to Preview 5 – Casey Charlton posts about some of the problems he had in upgrading is ASP.NET MVC projects to PR5. In addition to this Phil Haack Twittered about some problems opening views in PR5
- What’s Wrong With This Code? (#20) – K. Scott Allen continues his series of ‘What’s Wrong with this code?’ posers with problem involving modelling answers to yes no questions and date time answers.
- Technical Currency Metric – David Starr looks at generating a metric of how technically current your application is. I like this way of generating a metric, and can see how it could apply to a number of other aspects.
- Windows Presentation Foundation, Event Samples – Mike Taulty gathers together a collection of samples he has used in presentations on Windows Presentation Foundation.
- NVelocity Server Control – Scott Watermasysk shows off a simple server control which brings NVelocity template support to ASP.NET ASPX pages.
- Using MSBuild to create a deployment zip – Ben Hall looks at using the MSBuild Community Tasks to automatically create deployment .ZIP file as a part of the build process.
- Introduction to CLR Database Objects – Rupesh kumar Nayak takes a look at using CLR objects in the Database, with an example written in VB.NET.