Monthly Archives: July 2006

Blogging API madness

When I was working on the 1.2 release of Killer-Blog I ran into some mess. One of the main improvements is support for blogging API’s, so adding blog entries will be easier when using tools that support these. There are a … Continue reading

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Van Loon releases Counter-Strike map

Van Loon IT has built their own Counter-Strike 1.6 map. It’s a bomb plant/defuse map called de_office (instead of the hostage rescue official map cs_office). The map is modelled quite exactly after their own building. Since I have been there … Continue reading

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Version 1.2 of Killer-Blog released

Killer-Blog has moved on to the next version. It’s been quite a while since the last update, but it is a significant one. Version 1.2 uses ASP.NET 2.0 and tries to utilize as much from that technology stack as possible. … Continue reading

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Get your own virtual mail server

Loads of people have their own domain name these days. In The Netherlands it is particularly easy to get your own domain, like alexthissen.nl. But not everybody has the luxury of their own mail server responding to that domain and … Continue reading

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Binding and Sorting challenges

The ASP.NET GridView is able to bind to several data sources. These include the new DataSource controls, but also any IListSource, IEnumerable or IDataSource implementing objects. This also includes the generic collections such as List. The List makes binding to … Continue reading

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