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Last week, XKCD (of nerd comic fame) produced this most excellent comic http://xkcd.com/now/ This complex looking image describes essentially an outer ring and an inner ring. The outer ring is the current time on your machine. The inner ring is the regions of the world. The chart tells you quickly what time it is for someone living in another part of the world. Being the SharePoint lover that I am, you know what I'm thinking. Time for a fun toy Web Part Step 0.
Step 1. Create a SharePoint Sandbox Solution, add Client Web Part (Host Web)
Step 2. Create the assets (images, HTML and CSS)
Step 4. Permissions.
Step 5. Create a test page. Add the App Part to play. Change web.regional settings - see webpart change. Step 0. Environment My Environment setup is very simple: Office 365 with Developer site, at: https://sharepointgurus365.sharepoint.com/sites/Developer/ ...(Read whole news on source site)
You can use the AutoToolTipPlacement property to automatically show a tooltip on a slider while the thumb is being dragged. The tooltip will show the current Value of the slider. You can set AutoToolTipPlacement to either BottomRight or TopLeft to control the position of the tooltip. (The default is None). Note, however, that the value shown in the tooltip is by default rounded […]
We live in a paradoxical world: all office applications support undo/redo, but very few business applications include this feature. Is this because undo/redo seems so difficult to implement? This is a problem we decided to address in PostSharp 3.2 with the Recordable pattern. NOTE: This blog post is about an available pre-release of PostSharp. You can install PostSharp 3.2 only using NuGet by enabling the “Include pre-release” option. Undo/Redo is implemented in the package PostSharp.Patterns.Model.
Recordable Pattern There are several approaches to the undo/redo problem. The design patterns literature recommends the Memento pattern, which basically relies on a snapshotting mechanism: you take a snapshot before an operation, and restore the object model to that snapshot if the operation needs to be undone. An alternative approach is to record changes to the object model and to undo/redo these changes. This is the approach we chose. The two principal parts of the Recordable pattern is the [Recordable] aspect, which injects into an...(Read whole news on source site)
What is BaaS and how does it simplify mobile app development? BaaS is increasingly relied on by mobile app developers as a simple way to link with cloud storage, manage users, send push notifications, and link with social media networks. By leveraging...(read more)
As we are gearing up to do more & more stuff in Voron, it occurred to me that while we have settled on a good technological system for it, we haven’t settled on a real set of conventions for real use. We’re probably going to see a lot of use in Voron, and we want to see some consistency and best practices there. Voron is a key/value store that expose a sorted tree abstraction. You can have as many trees as you would like. And the keys & values are both arbitrary byte strings. Given that, let us try to
bring some order to the mix. Don’t use the root tree The root tree should reserved for handling of other trees, and not for the use of data of any kind. The only case where using the root tree is fine is if you don’t have any other trees. That tend to be a rare occasion, though. See next topic. Have a $metadata tree Always have a $metadata tree, that gives you information about the actual database you are using. For example, you’ll want to have things like the storage version, the database id (always a guid, to be able...(Read whole news on source site)