but COM was not at home, so COM could not answer ;) This was my error (it was actually a warning according to Visual Studio 2013): Warning 13 Generation of the designer file for MagazineDetails.aspx failed: Error HRESULT E_FAIL has been returned from a call to a COM component. C:\www\myproject\MagazineDetails.aspx It is the same error as the following people have/had: http://forums.asp.net/t/1624922.aspx http://forums.asp.net/p/1953745/5570912.aspx?Visual+Studio+2013+Generation+of+the+designer+file+for+xxxxx+failed+Error+HRESULT+E_FAIL+has+been+returned+from+a+call+to+a+COM+component+ I am not alone, so I decided to blog about it. My configuration contains a Windows 8.1 x64 install with
all the latest updates and have Visual Studio 2013 (version 12.0.21005.1) and I had this issue with just one aspx file. The error was not even visible at first. I had to lower the warning level (it was 4, and error was visible at 3) The thing is that this invisible error broke my intellisense and when I added controls like literals, buttons, labels etc. to the aspx. The “codebehind” (aspx.cs) did not recognize them. It was frustrating! And this was only an issue with one or two aspx files. (out of 30 or something) ...(Read whole news on source site)
If you are using the latest version of Blend (for Visual Studio 2013) and XAML, you may have noticed something weird: Suddenly, in some places of your XAML markup, an unwanted FontFamily property appears: FontFamily=”Global User Interface” This is unfortunately caused by a bug in Blend. In my experience, it is not quite clear what […]
Microsoft has officially announced the Build 2014 conference which is scheduled to be held at San Francisco’s Moscone Center between April 2 to 4 , 2014. Last year’s Build Developer... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
I’m thrilled to announce this news! Ensoné - our Enterprise Social competence center - launched a new initiative called “Yammer News“. Yammer News is the first social magazine entirely built on top of Yammer. It’s an application that enables an organization to highlight the most important Yammer conversations as news. This results in a digital magazine which […]The post Yammer News: Your Digital Social Magazine! appeared first on Alexander Vanwynsberghe.
The rules for how WPF will render items contained in a ListBox are as follows: If the item derives from UIElement, it is rendered normally, using the layout system Otherwise, the item’s ToString method is called and the resulting string is displayed In the example below, the first two items in the ListBox derive from UIElement and are therefore rendered as […]
I may have mentioned that we are running a Kickstarter to help fund Durandal and build the business for the future. As an incentive to contribute, there are a number of cool rewards. One of the most valuable rewards to developers is training. If the Kickstarter succeeds, we are going to create three application building tutorial series. Each of these three series will take you from ground zero all the way to a working application. Each will demonstrate recommended Durandal usage as well as various UI architecture techniques. This morning I released a short “off the cuff” video
which demonstrates the second of these three applications, the “Help Desk”. I hope you enjoy it and please share this with as many people as you can. We know there are many tens of thousands of developers that are looking for something like this. Please check out the available rewards and consider whether you can help us meet our goals in the coming year. I think you’ll find there’s a lot of value for you waiting to be enjoyed. ...(Read whole news on source site)