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A Simple Dot Net 2.0 GridView & FormView how to video. CRUD included!
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 08 Mar 09

This video will cover the basics of how to use a GridView and Formview. I have combined the two dot net controls to create a web "Phone Book" application that everyone should find useful. In this day and age you would think that you should have everyone's name, addresses, birth dates and phone num...

Page Caching
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 28 Feb 09

Ruby on Rails comes with several caching mechanisms out of the box, starting with Page Caching. In this episode we show how to implement Page Caching in a simple blog application

BlogBridge Screencast
Category: Others > Misc      Posted: 05 Jun 07

I recorded my morning RSS checkin with BlogBridge 4.1 (well, I recorded it with iShowU, but the checkin was done using BlogBridge). The power of the feed star rating feature is really hard to describe - it’s much easier to just show it. I wound up with a 16 minute recording, which is about how long...

Creating a weblog in 15 minutes
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 30 May 07

In 15 minutes, we go from scratch to complete weblog engine: with comments and an administrative interface. But since the actual application only took 58 lines to complete, we also have time left over to do unit testing, examine the logs, and play around with the domain model.

Model-Glue:Unity - ColdFusion Blog in 15 Minutes
Category: Web Development > Coldfusion      Posted: 06 Apr 07

A quick preview at Adobe Developer Week presentation where we build an MVC-based ColdFusion+MySQL weblog in about nine minutes - without writing any SQ...