Monthly Archives: August 2008

Golden Oldie: Dynamically generated thumbnails article

Related to my previous post on dynamic images, a long way back I wrote a two-part article for the now deceased (paid) website ASPToday. It was about a HttpHandler implementation that would generate a thumbnail image from an existing image. … Continue reading

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Trivia fact: ASP.NET dynamic images retro

You can find a nice release of the ASP.NET team for dynamically generated images for web applications on the Codeplex website. Others have already blogged about this, such as Scott Hanselman and David Hayden, so I’m not going to repeat … Continue reading

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Workaround for missing “Edit WCF Configuration” menu option in Visual Studio

Sometimes when you have a clean install of Visual Studio 2005 or 2008 the context menu item “Edit WCF Configuration” for a app.config or web.config will not show. The picture above does show the menu item I’m talking about, but … Continue reading

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XML declarations in Linq to XML

The new XML API that comes with Linq to XML has some peculiar ways of handling the XML declaration (aka the XML prolog). Take a look at this sample: Process[] processes = Process.GetProcesses(); XDocument document = new XDocument(   new … Continue reading

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