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What does the red strikethrough in CSS property grid mean?

In Visual Studio Orcas, the CSS property grid renders a red strikethrough when it wants to tell you that a property is either non-inherited or it is overridden by a rule with higher precedence.    Read the tooltip when you see a red strikethrough on your property and it will give you the exact reason for the strikethrough. Here are ...

Script# and ASP.NET AJAX

Nikhil Kothari, an architect on the ASP.NET team, has been working in his spare time on a project called Script#.  Essentially this allows an Ajax programmer to code in a strongly typed language like C# and compile their code into JavaScript.  His original article can be accessed here.  Recently he added ASP.NET AJAX support to ...

64-bit vs 32-bit

As 64-bit machines become more common, the problems we need to solve also evolve. In this post I’d like to talk about what it means for the GC and the applications’ memory usage when we move from 32-bit to 64-bit.   One big limitation of 32-bit is the virtual memory address space - as a user mode process you get 2GB, and if you use ...
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New free version of Refactor! for ASP.NET

A while back I posted about some great free refactoring tools for ASP.NET.The folks at Developer Express have just released an updated version (2.2.2), that includes some great new refactorings.  Here's a sneak peek at just one of the new refactorings that's available:To check out all the new capabilities take a look at this ...

Mix07 Video: Web Development using Visual Studio "Orcas"

At the Mix07 conference this week, I did an overview presentation of the web development features being delivered in Visual Studio "Orcas".  The folks at Mix have been kind enough to make videos of all the sessions from the conference available to the public.Click here to watch my session on Web Development using Visual Studio "...

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