17 May, 2011

A cheat sheet for … jQuery ?

And now for something completely different … a man with three buttocks … okay, so maybe not THAT different.

It’s not C# or .Net, though.  It is, however, something that many ASP.Net developers will run across – jQuery.

Long story short – I’ve created a new jQuery cheat sheet in two versions (A4 and Letter).  If you want the long story, read on.  If you don’t then just grab your copy and let me know if you find it helpful.

16 May, 2011

The code so far…

For anybody who’s actually been reading and is interested I’ve uploaded a ZIP file containing the Visual Studio project with all the code from the blog so far.  I’ll aim to keep it up to date with future code on a semi-regular basis.

Anyway, if you want it you can get it here.

17 April, 2011

Exercise 6 (part 5) – Putting our DLL through it’s paces

Over the last four posts I’ve built up the engine of an RPN calculator in the form of a DLL.  Now it’s finaly time to put it use.  In this post I’ll present the code for a console-based user interface for our calculator.

13 April, 2011

Exercise 6 (part 4) – The Calculator Engine and Anonymous Methods

In this post I’ll complete the RPN Calculator engine we’ve been looking at.  This will complete the DLL I’ve been working on, and next time I’ll run through the code for a Console-based front-end.

10 April, 2011

Exercise 6 (part 3) – Delegates and Class Inheritance

So, back to my RPN calculator implementation.  Bear in mind that I wrote this code over six months ago, and I’ve learned a lot since then.  If I was to do it again now I may make different design decisions, but for the moment I’ll stick with the original code.  Let’s see what we can learn.