[Via Somesegar] …we have decided to rename WinFX to the .NET Framework 3.0. .NET Framework 3.0 aptly identifies the technology for exactly what it is – the next version of our developer framework… Read more…
[Via Andrew Connell] Now if this isn’t just damn cool!!! On this site you can add content to VS 2005 documentation topics and edit contributions from other users. Our goal is to extend the documentation with code examples, tips and tricks, and other information that you add. And they’ve even added RSS feeds! MSDN Wiki […]
Andrew has compiled a nice list of version numbers and products to allow you to easily identify the patch level or your system. The list currently covers the following products: .NET framework SQL Server CMS SharePoint (WSS/SPS)
Tess explains in detail why you should not place a strong named assembly into the bin directory of your web application but have to place it into the GAC: ASP.NET: Strong named assemblies should not be stored in the bin directory A must read article!
Tess explains in detail why you should never run a production site with debug enabled: ASP.NET Memory: If your application is in production… then why is debug=true A must read article!
A couple of customers reported problems when using the menu control with ASP.NET 2.0 and MCMS. After analyzing one of the affected projects I identified that the reason for the problem is that the menu control seems to have a bug. It does not work correct if the following tag is included in the web.config: […]
[Via Spence] With the recent release of Service Pack 2 for MCMS, it is now possible to take advantage of many ASP.NET 2.0 features within your MCMS applications. The ASP.NET 2.0 AdRotator control has been enhanced to allow for programatic population, which makes it much easier to produce a AdRotator using MCMS Resource Gallery Items. […]
Usually I upload all my code samples to GotDotNet. Unfortunatelly since around 3 weeks I’m now unable to update my code samples or to upload new samples. Hopefully this will be resolved soon.
In the first part of this article I discussed how to implement a SiteMapProvider for an MCMS website. ASP.NET 2.0 ships with three new controls that can be used for site navigation: SiteMapPath Menu TreeView Problems with the TreeView control SiteMapPath and the Menu control can easily be used on a MCMS website but the […]
This article replaces my earlier article about MCMS Navigation Providers which I have written while ASP.NET 2.0 was in Beta 2. After Beta 2 a couple of things have changed which prevent the earlier code from working properly with the final version of ASP.NET 2.0. ASP.NET 2.0 provides new concepts to implement site navigation based […]
Breaking changes are changes in either the .NET Framework (runtime breaking changes) or Visual Studio (design/compile/project upgrade) that make certain application and development scenarios behave differently from the version 1.0 and 1.1 .NET Frameworks to the 2.0 version. These are not necessarily changes that we have found to be breaking an application; rather, these are […]
[Via Mark Harrison] The November Community Technology Preview of Enterprise Library for .NET Framework 2.0 is now available to download.