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tweetz 2.0

Version 2.0 is official. And for those of you who have been asking, yes, you’re going to get those rounded corners. Differences from the last beta 5: Rounded corners: There’s one restriction here in that...

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Programming Reactive Extensions for .NET (Rx) DevLabs Projects Fluent.Xml.Linq - Exploring the limits of C# syntax – CodeProject Sprintf in Javascript Javascript: Passing functions around with call and apply at Mark Needham Double bitwise NOT...

Tweetz 2.0 – Beta 5

What’s new: Performance: The gadget purges older tweets from memory. This should help greatly with overall performance. More Links: Like the web site, when you get to the end of the tweet list, there’s a...

Tweetz 2.0 – Beta 4

This release adds some long asked for features. Now that I have a stable code base, I can start catching up on some of these requests. Font Size – Pick from one of 3 sizes...

Friday Links #88

Programming The Visual Studio Blog : Visual Studio 2010 Release Candidate Now Available! jQuery 1.4, MooTools 1.2 Compared « Ryan Florence Blog Functional C#: LINQ vs Method chaining at Mark Needham Flatlander: Scala for C#...

Tweetz 2.0 – Beta 3

More changes based on feedback. Auto-refresh – When the gadget is scrolled to the top, new tweets are automatically displayed. If you’re scrolled down, an orange number appears next to the title indicating the number...

Tweetz 2.0 – Those Darn New Tweets

There’s an interesting tension in tweetz between knowing when new tweets arrive and viewing them. When I started out, I figured that because it was a gadget, I should simply display the new tweets when...

Tweetz 2.0 – Beta 2

Some quick fixes. Character encoding fixed. Diacriticals should post correctly now. Changed header font Added a border around the gadget I need to know if the new tweet notification workflow is working for you. The...

Tweetz 2.0 Beta

Ok, I’m finally to the point where the new version of tweetz™ is good enough to warrant a beta release. For those who have been following this blog, you know that I decided to “start...

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