14. June 2010 21:16by JP Hellemons
in BlogEngine.NET, C#
As a big fan of beer (and coffee) and BlogEngine.net, I decided to combine these two things and write a simple widget. You probably know the ‘buy me a beer’ feature from Wordpress but there is none for BlogEngine.net. My version is very simple and have almost no features but it saves you a couple of minutes making your own ‘buy me a beer’-link.
The image is stored in the ‘pics’ directory and is borrowed from a website I can’t remember. The archive can be downloaded here » bmab-widget.zip (9.81 kb) and suggestions are always welcome!
8. June 2010 19:50by JP Hellemons
Well, I believe we have all been in a situation where you should have had your source code stored in a source control/versioning system. If you do not know what source control is, please refer to Wikipedia’s topic about ‘Revision control’.
With a low budget you should start to look at free solutions like Subversion (open source)
The only downside to Subversion is that it’s hard to install and configure if you want it running on windows 2003 server. Here is how you can install and configure it manually: http://svn.spears.at/
But I have found an easier way for all those Windows orientated developers: Visual SVN. More...
8. June 2010 14:48by JP Hellemons
in C#, jQuery
I have recently stumbled upon an article about address resolving with Pro6PP from a Dutch ecommerce magazine:
The Pro6PP project had my attention due to the low license fees.
So I signed up at Pro6PP for a free 2 months test account.
after that I created an http handler(autocompleteaddress.ashx.cs) which I can use with jQuery.
autocompleteaddress.ashx.cs (3.35 kb)
My demo.aspx file looked like this:More...