Monthly Archives: January 2011

Classes, Inheritance in JavaScript (via Abhishek Gupta)

Classes In Javascript In JavaScript there are no classes but Functions can be used to somewhat simulate classes. Everything is an object in JavaScript so Inheritance in JavaScript means objects inherit from objects, not classes from. Ways to Implement Classes … Continue reading

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Using Visual SourceSafe – VSS in Visual Studio 2005 & 2008 (via adarshvishnoi)

Using Visual SourceSafe – VSS in Visual Studio 2005 & 2008 Topics covering Choosing SourceSafe as the SCC Provider in Visual Studio Adding Solution into Source Control of SourceSafe Performing SourceSafe Operations in Visual Studio Changing Source Control Binding Pending … Continue reading

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Handling null values in DataTable’s DateTime columns using “SqlDateTime” Type (via Ilyas Ahmad’s blog)

One the most important aspects of writing this article to share knowledge and making open and easily available so that other can be utilized. Problem While working in one of our project we came across a problem. Database tables contains … Continue reading

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Namespacing events in jquery (via Kingshuk20’s Blog)

Events can be namespaced in jquery so that triggering and unbinding them can done in an easier manner.  Generally , if we bind an event handler to a specific event  , we would do it as under:- $(selector).bind("click", eventHandler); In … Continue reading

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Content Deployement with Share Point 2010 (via Bhargava’s Blog)

Table of Content Introduction Procedure References Introduction I have recently gone through the prevailing requirement of updating public site contents, although this feature is provided by all content management systems. But with Share Point we can, not only, change the … Continue reading

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iRise Prototyping Tool (via iRise Prototyping Tool)

Table Of Content Introduction Description Conclusion Introduction iRise, a vastly growing wireframe tool that has very well stabilized its position among all the available prototyping tools in the market. With its diversified approach, in terms of functionality, it is gaining … Continue reading

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Covariance and Contra-variance with delegates in C# (via deepssharma)

Covariance and Contra-variance seems to be scary terms for a very simple and familiar concept.  C# 4.0 introduces the notion of Covariance and Contra-variance of generic type parameters for interfaces and delegate types.  For delegate types: Covariance and contra-variance provide a degree of … Continue reading

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