I was looking for a way to export a gridview of an asp.net site to an Excel-file (.xls). Most methods I found involved overriding a Page-method and/or disabling validation of the controls. The solution provided by Matt Berseth is safer and more elegant in that it uses a seperate class with a shared method (static […]
Is there a good and complete class library for contact management around? I’ve looked around on the internet but can’t seem to find one. One of the first ‘real’ programs I had to write during my education was a .NET application to manage contacts, an addressbook. Add, edit and remove people, with addresses, phone numbers, […]
Just found an excellent tool to burn ISOs. It’s free, it’s light-weight, and it works from the context menu: ISORecorder. It fits my needs perfectly. I don’t need a big suite with all kind of options I won’t be using (cf. Nero).
Well, not all of it, but Microsoft has made it possible to enter the .NET Framework code when debugging. Although configuring Visual Studio to do this is a little more work than what you need to do with, say, Java and Eclipse (which is: none), I believe it is still quite a useful feature. It […]
Following my previous post on UML, I’d like to point out a tool I like very much. It’s only for sequence diagrams but I find it does the job very good, and real quick too. Also, it’s far less of a pain than Microsoft Visio when changes have to be made. The name is Tracemodeler […]
Okay, here goes my first real post. Every developer must have at least a basic understanding of UML. In my opinion, it can be a very powerful tool for explaining the architecture of applications (even to yourself after not having worked in the code for a while). It’s much more easy to follow a neat […]