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Taking a look at how to modify the T4 templates used by Sharp Architecture
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 25 Jun 09

In this episode we will be taking a look at how you can modify the T4 templates which are used to change the default generation behavior of Sharp Architecture

WordPress as a CMS
Category: Web Development > Other      Posted: 23 Jun 09

We once did a poll asking people what their favorite CMS was. WordPress was a run-away winner, but also got many comments of "WordPress isn't a CMS!!"....

Creating Live Templates with Resharper
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 19 Jun 09

In this episode you will learn how to harness the Live Template engine within ReSharper.

We will learn how to Creating and Using Live Templates can increase your coding productivity.

Creating Templates in Visual Studio
Category: Languages > .net      Posted: 18 Mar 09

In this episode we will learn how to use Visual Studio to create both file and project templates.

Creating template will allow us to quickly create either files or projects that are setup and laid out in a common way. They can also reduce the amount of friction that is needed to get codi...

App Templates in Rails 2.3
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 19 Feb 09

In Rails 2.3 you can provide a template when generating a new Rails application. See how in this episode

MasterView Templates
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 10 Dec 08

Deb Lewis showcases her project MasterView. MasterView is a template language for Rails.

Layouts and content_for
Category: Web Development > Ruby On Rails      Posted: 27 Apr 07

If you want to change something in the layout on a per-template basis, content_for is your answer! This allows templates to specify view code that can be placed anywhere in a layout.