Archive for C#

Microsoft All-In-One Code Framework

Hi,

Going through my regular rounds on the CodePlex home page, I spotted an amazing opportunity for newbies and long-time developers alike to get a one-stop-shop coding avenue – without too much typing … yawn!

The Microsoft All-In-One Code Framework from CodePlex http://1code.codeplex.com/ - check it out, it’s worth a download…!

  • Are you frustrated by the lack of code samples for a certain programming task?
  • Have you ever struggled to quickly get started with a technique?
  • Have you expected someone to write code samples for you based on your requests for free?
  • Is a one-stop code sample library for all Microsoft development technologies attractive to you?

If your answer is YES to any of these questions, the Microsoft All-In-One Code Framework is for you!

The Microsoft All-In-One Code Framework is a free, centralized code sample library driven by developers’ needs. Our goal is to provide typical code samples for all Microsoft development technologies, and reduce developers’ efforts in solving typical programming tasks.

Click the link below to get all their releases:
http://1code.codeplex.com/releases

Enjoy that every bit of code you write :)

Maintain scroll position in your custom ASP.NET pages developed for SharePoint

Hello :)

I can recall more than a few instances where I might have developed custom pages to support corporate SharePoint integrated deployments with or without Dynamic Integration (specifically for long scrolling dashboard pages that are customized). And there have been quite a few cases that my friends have discussed with me on the page scrolling annoyance after a postback has occured!

This is a very common behaviour and a very simple issue to resolve since we talk about ASP.NET pages. Obvious, they all have their Page Directives, ain’t it?

Include the following tag into your page directive:

<%@ Page ... MaintainScrollPositionOnPostback="true" %>

Simple! Try it…