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Programming Perfection kills » Understanding delete Textarea Tricks | CSS-Tricks About PIE – CSS3 PIE: CSS3 decorations for IE Rory Primrose | Creating proxies with RealProxy The Only HTML5 Resources You Need for Getting Up...

Friday Links #110

Programming ASP.NET.4GuysFromRolla.com: An Extensive Examination of LINQ: Extending LINQ - Adding Query Operators jQuery Code Snippets for Visual Studio 2010 Snippet Designer Official Google Blog: App Inventor for Android Microsoft PDC10 Announced–Book hotel early Badass...

Friday Links #109

Programming Introducing “Razor” – a new view engine for ASP.NET - ScottGu’s Blog Code rant: Is Microsoft the IBM of the 2010’s? Elegant infoof operators in C# Introducing Knockout, a UI library for JavaScript Introducing...

Friday Links #108

Programming Introducing IIS Express – ScottGu’s Silverlight PivotViewer Now Available - ScottGu’s Patch Available for Cut or Copy displaying “insufficient memory” error in VS 2010 - The Visual Studio Blog A Brief Test on the...

Friday Links #107

Programming Lambda Function Factory Badass JavaScript - Asciimo: Create Awesome ASCII Art In JavaScript Badass JavaScript - SVG-Edit: A Cross-Browser SVG Editor in JavaScript Add References Faster with the new Add Reference Dialog in the...

JSLint for Visual Studio 2010

JSLint is a JavaScript program that looks for problems in JavaScript programs. It is a code quality tool. JavaScript is a sloppy language, but inside it there is an elegant, better language. JSLint helps you...

The Good Parts

I’ve been reading (and rereading) Douglas Crockford’s, “JavaScript, The Good Parts”. The style is simple and quietly disarming. The content is excellent. If I could make it required reading at my day job, I would....

Friday Links #106

Programming You’re Doing It Wrong - ACM Queue dhtmlxCombo – Ajax-driven JavaScript ComboBox with autocomplete Sexy Tooltips with Just CSS C# 4.0:Finding if the string contains only WhiteSpace or Null | Senthil Kumar’s Blog PhoneGap...

Tweetz 2.3.5

This is a minor update. Fix regular expression to parse screen names. @name! does not include “!” in link Make user description flyout dialog taller to accommodate longer bio’s That’s it for this release. Available...

Friday Links #105

Programming 7 Awesome CSS3 Techniques You Can Start Using Right Now InfoQ: F# Now Supports Silverlight Expression Studio 4 Launches Officially A ToDynamic() Extension Method For Fluent Reflection - Dixin’s Blog Scott Hanselman - The...
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