After my previous post on Control Builders
, what could possibly come next? Of course, Control Builder Interceptors! Not much documentation on this one, which is a shame, because it is an even more powerful feature that was recently introduced in ASP.NET 4.5.A Control Builder Interceptor inherits from, unsurprisingly, ControlBuilderInterceptor
. This is configured for the whole application, in the Web.config
file, in the compilation
section, by a controlBuilderInterceptorType
(sorry, no link, since the ASP.NET 4.5 documentation is not online) attribute:
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Similarly to Control Builders, a Control Builder Interceptor allows us to:
Unorthodocs: Abandon your DVCS and Return to Sanity - bitquabit
. Git gainedsubmodules
systems suddenly learned how to speak Git and Mercurial due to the inevitable
repository explosion that would accompany any decent-sized project.
use of Subversion, CVS, that thingie that Microsoft made before TFS4
anything else that might cross my path, and replace them with Mercurial (or, in
a truly desperate situation, Git) goodness.
During the week of February 16th-20th (2015), I spent approximately 3 hours writing a few emails and one web page. The week after that, brought in just over $3,000 of income from those emails and that page. How did that happen?! How was I able to earn $1,000/hr for the work I did?! Leverage. A […]
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Windows 10 – not a new name! I hope, most of you currently using the latest Windows 10 Technical Preview build version: 9926. In this release, Microsoft added a new clock to the tray but as a special trick in registry. Thanks to Bavo Luysterborg
for sharing the same on Twitter. In this Tips and Tricks post of my Windows 10 series, I am going to share the trick to change the UI of the clock in Windows 10 Technical Preview version 9926.
It’s a long time Microsoft actually changed the UI of the tray
clock in Windows. In Windows 10 Technical Preview build version 9926, Microsoft tried to showcase a different UI to the Windows Insider. It’s not available by default when you install the build, thus you will not find it without doing a trick by modifying the Windows Registry. Before proceeding further, please note that, playing with registry is critical to Windows and might cause your OS to behave differently and/or crash your system. Only play with registry entries if you are an advance user. To change the UI of the tray clock, you first need to open the registry editor with admin rights,...(Read whole news on source site)
Modern Apps & Agile Analytics - Microsoft Application Lifecycle Management - Site Home - MSDN Blogs
How many people are using Feature X? Of those, how many are trying to do the action reported as broken?Of those, can we correlate them to crashes in the app, or exceptions created in the code?Are there correlations between those crashes or exceptions and
service dependencies, load spikes, or other environmental concerns (e.g.
memory, disk space, etc.)?Is there a correlation to a certain time of day or day of the week?Does the error only occur for
certain accounts? Or certain geographies? Or languages?Answers to questions like these enable you to make informed decisions about prioritization....(Read whole news on source site)
The Windows Workflow Foundation alternative gets an incremental update.