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Free Video Training: ASP.NET MVC 3 Features

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A few weeks ago I blogged about a great ASP.NET MVC 3 video training course from Pluralsight that was made available for free for 48 hours for people to watch.  The feedback from the people that had a chance to watch it was really fantastic.  We also received feedback from people who really wanted to watch it - but unfortunately weren't able to within the 48 hour window. The good news is that we've worked with Pluralsight to make the course available for free again until March 18th.  You can watch any of the course modules for free, through March 18th, on the www.asp.net/mvc website here : The 6 videos in this course are a total of 3 hours and 17 minutes long, and provide a nice overview of the new features introduced with ASP...(read more)

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We have a PictureBox on a Form. The pictureBox.image is kept updating with diffrent images from a camera. This gives the effect of a video stream. Now, I put a transparent control derived from user control on top of the PicureBox. The control is configured to be transparent by setting the ExStyle to WS_EX_TRANSPARENT and  Override the OnBackgroudPaint().

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