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Toolbox: Code Exploration, SQL Queries, and More

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Toolbox: Data Snapshots, Subversion, Source Code Organization and More

  

If you want to save, organize, and annotate snapshots of your database data, find an easy way to install and configure Subversion, and automate the organization of your source code, then you'll want to read more about these latest tools.

Scott Mitchell

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Toolbox: Microsoft Chart Controls, Visual Studio Automatic Code Snippets, And More

  

In this installment we look at the Microsoft Chart Controls; Snippet Designer, a free, add-in for Visual Studio 2008 for creating and editing Code Snippets; refactoring SQL applications; and this month's favorite blog.

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Toolbox: Easy LINQ Queries, Becoming A Better Developer, And Logging Help

  

This month Toolbox provides help with error logging, finds an app that helps you write LINQ queries, and explores the non-technical side of development.

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Toolbox: Database Audit Logs, Joel on Software, Code Handouts, and More

  

This month the Toolbox column takes a look at database logging, Joel Spolsky's blog, printing code projects, and ASP.NET reading.

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Toolbox: SQL Code Completion, Subversion Tools, Agile Development, and more

  

This month: help writing SQL code, modeling your database with SubSonic, and a review of Visual Studio Team System: Better Software Development for Agile Teams.

James Avery

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Toolbox: Live Chat, Code Conversion, Multiple Monitors, and More

  

This month, more of the tools you need to get your job done.

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Toolbox: Find Bottlenecks, Code Similarities, and More

  

This month, find performance and memory bottlenecks, essential security reading, and more.

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Toolbox: Protecting Code, Persisting Data, and More

  

This month obfuscating your code, persisting your data, and a good read on SQL Server 2005.

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Toolbox: Code Generation, A Charting Component, and More

  

Developers have a number of tools at their disposal, but which of these components do you really need to complete your project? Each month we'll analyze the latest software and books to see if they merit inclusion in your toolbox.

Scott Mitchell

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How to Add custom WF4 Activities to ToolBox using Code?

  
Hi I have a number of custom activities in my dll. My requirement is to add the custom activities to ToolBox using Code/installer. I written the following code System.Reflection.Assembly asm; asm = Assembly.LoadFrom(Path.Combine(assemblyPath, @"MyProject.dll")); var types = from t in asm.GetExportedTypes() where typeof(Activity).IsAssignableFrom(t) select t.FullName; if (types != null && types.Count() > 0) { string activityName; foreach (var item in types) { activityName = item.Substring(item.LastIndexOf(".") + 1); myTab.ToolBoxItems.Add(activityName, item); } } Above code is adding the activities to the Toolbox as HTML Controls. How can I add the same as WF4 Activities in Toolbox ? Thanks AmbilyIT Analyst

Code Optimized Web Development Profile (VS 2010 and .NET 4.0 Series)

  
When you first run VS 2010 it prompts you to select an IDE profile to use. The profile you select will configure how tool windows are displayed/docked in the IDE by default and set the default keyboard shortcuts. You can then customize any of these settings by using the Tools->Options menu within the IDE and then override/change them. You can also later reset your profile and pick a different one by choosing the Tools->Import and Export Settings menu command.

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Of course while using it, you encounter few situations which need a bit of research to solve, mostly when you are trying to combine it with some other technologies like: UpdatePanels and ASP.NET Ajax. For instance there are many situations when I would like to run some jQuery magic based on some decision that I make on the server side.

call JavaScript - jQuery code from ASP.NET Server-Side

  
jQuery got so close to me lately that I can see myself adding the scripts to my project almost unconsciously. The thing is, jQuery is very useful for me, in almost all situations and it has been a do or die enhancement for all my project since I first put my hands on it.

Of course while using it, you encounter few situations which need a bit of research to solve, mostly when you are trying to combine it with some other technologies like: UpdatePanels and ASP.NET Ajax. For instance there are many situations when I would like to run some jQuery magic based on some decision that I make on the server side

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