Blog entries tagged with .Net

Generating Excel reports

by: Johan Olofsson

I guess that we all have had to create some Excel files for doing reports from a web page at one time or another, and one quite common approach is to simply render the data as comma/tab-separated text and then specify some appropriate Response... [ Read full article ]

11 February 2009  2 Comments


Please dev's, you are making a framework p2. Dont referer to fields, use a Property.

by: Anders Hattestad

A while ago I had a blog where I pointed out too the developers that they are making a framework and asked them not too use private/internal. The reason for this request was that its make our life as a developer much easier when we can reuse code... [ Read full article ]

08 February 2009  5 Comments


Page events, what events are registered

by: Anders Hattestad

When you make some code based on events it's easy to lose control on what events are registered where. I therefore made my self a small report to inspect the different page events and to show me the registered events for each of them. The differen... [ Read full article ]

19 December 2008  8 Comments


Going Cloudy with Azure

by: Allan Thræn

Saturday evening, when my plane was about to land in L.A. it seemed like we descented into a cloud, the last couple of hundreds feet - which was weird because the visibility above that had been clear, providing a beautiful dusk view of L.A. Whethe... [ Read full article ]

30 October 2008  4 Comments


Caching in .NET 4.0

by: Johan Björnfot

In .NET 4.0 framework there will be a new Assembly called System.Caching that contains the APIs to work with caching (for backward compability reasons the "old" ASP.NET cache implementation in System.Web assembly will remain). The main change for... [ Read full article ]

30 October 2008  5 Comments


Hosting non-HTTP based WCF applications in IIS7

by: Paul Smith

I remember a while ago Microsoft promising that IIS7 would solve all of our "I want to use IIS to host my WCF app but I don't want to use HTTP" problems. So today I tried to host our Image Service Application (to be released in EPiServer CMS 5 R2)... [ Read full article ]

15 September 2008  0 Comments


Output EPiServer Pages as PDF

by: Allan Thræn

Got a question today from a partner about how he could make a "Download this page as PDF" functionality on a customers web site. I suppose there's quite a lot of ways to do it (just as many as there are HTML -> PDF libraries out there) but I... [ Read full article ]

07 July 2008  2 Comments


Presentations from DevSummit 2008

by: Paul Smith

Magnus Stråle and I gave two presentations at the DevSummit 2008. The presentation about Dynamic Content can be found here and the presentation about Content Channel and Page Providers can be found here. Enjoy! [ Read full article ]

25 June 2008  0 Comments


Hosting non-HTTP based WCF applications in IIS7

by: Paul Smith

I remember a while ago Microsoft promising that IIS7 would solve all of our "I want to use IIS to host my WCF app but I don't want to use HTTP" problems. So today I tried to host our Image Service Application (to be released in EPiServer CMS 5 R2)... [ Read full article ]

24 June 2008  3 Comments


Presentations from DevSummit 2008

by: Paul Smith

Magnus Stråle and I gave two presentations at the DevSummit 2008. The presentation about Dynamic Content can be found here and the presentation about Content Channel and Page Providers can be found here . Enjoy! [ Read full article ]

05 June 2008  0 Comments


WinDBG+SOS: Getting at the values in a DataTable - followup

by: Johan Olofsson

In my previous post I showed how I retrieved the values in a DataTable using a bunch of WinDBG commands. As this is quite tedious, I hacked up a little WinDBG-script which automates this a little bit: 1: . foreach ( value { ! do poi(poi(poi(poi(po... [ Read full article ]

19 March 2008  0 Comments


WinDBG+SOS: Getting at the values in a DataTable

by: Johan Olofsson

I have been doing some memorydump debugging using WinDBG and SOS lately, and at one time I needed to dump all values for a column in a DataTable. I started by executing !do on the address of the DataTable (in my case 0x0a8cdaa8), and this gave me... [ Read full article ]

19 March 2008  1 Comments


Replacing Property Rendering Using Adapters

by: Mari Jørgensen

  My colleague, Steve, wrote an excellent post on how the new property architecture in CMS 5 allows us take control of the property rendering . This post is a followup, illustrating the same example as Steve did, but this time using Controls... [ Read full article ]

02 March 2008  10 Comments


Nightly Fun with 301

by: Allan Thræn

WARNING : GEEKY STUFF.   Do you ever have difficulty falling asleep at night, because your brain begins to code the moment your tired body hits the bed? Well, I do every once in a while. And then I know that I can either toss and turn all night or... [ Read full article ]

14 February 2008  3 Comments


EPiServer and the Visual Web Developer 2008.

by: Fredrik Tjärnberg

I've heard the question "Can we use the Web Site model of Visual Studio to build our EPiServer solution" a couple of times and up until now the answer to this question have been "No!". The reason for this is that there is no way to exclude files a... [ Read full article ]

24 January 2008  4 Comments


WebResource.axd gives 404

by: Allan Thræn

My colleague, Michael Knudsen, has been struggling with a customer & partner for several hours now with an annoying problem on an EPiServer 4.62 site just moved to a production server. Finally, after browsing through half the web and getting... [ Read full article ]

23 January 2008  1 Comments


ASP.NET MVC Framework

by: Mattias Nordgren

In my past I used to run a consultant firm where I was the lead programmer and for one of the bigger projects I was involved in I used the FuseBox MVC framework in creating a large scale e-commerce solution. This was my first contact with the MVC... [ Read full article ]

03 January 2008  3 Comments


Enum.Parse() is quite useful

by: Johan Olofsson

I sometimes write code that needs to parse user given arguments, for example through settings in configuration files, parameters given on the command line et.c. The usual way I've dealt with them is to simply perform a bunch of string compares in ... [ Read full article ]

18 December 2007  2 Comments

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