links for 2011-08-17

Source: The Gryphin Experience

  • In LINQ, queries have two different behaviors of execution: immediate and deferred. In this article, we will take a quick overview of how Deferred query execution and Immediate Query Execution works in LINQ
  • When building web sites we has developers or designers have to take into consideration all the different types of devices that can be used to access the web sites we create. Not just PC or Mac with Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, Jaws, or any other browser. But also mobile devices, like iPhones, iTouch, Nintendo Wii.

    Especially in recent years, after the launch of the iPhone, accessing online information through a mobile device has become more common. This is something that is going to increase even more in the next few years.

    Below I’ve listed some resources for creating a mobile version of a web site that I hope you’ll find useful.

  • Welcome to Part 1 of a two-part tutorial on building complete mobile web applications in JavaScript using DocumentCloud's Backbone.js, jQuery Mobile and LABjs.

    In Part 1, I'll be covering a complete run-down of Backbone 0.5.2's models, views, collections and routers but also taking you through options for correctly namespacing your Backbone application. I'll also give you some tips including what scaffolding tool that can save time setting up your initial application, the ideal number of routers to use and more.

  • jQuery supports a large subset of selectors defined by the CSS3 Selectors draft standard. Additionally it also contains some very useful pseudo classes (similar to :first-child, :hover etc). Due to its extensible framework, the best part is that jQuery lets you create and define your own custom selectors with ease. In this article, we will learn how to create our own custom selector that identifies all the mailto: links on a page.
  • It is a common predicament: You have an HTML fragment with a table, list or dictionary  in it, generated from some data, and you have to render it in such a way that the data is easy to read, and the information presented in such a way as to prevent misunderstandings: However, you can't alter the HTML source in order to add CSS classes to individual elements. We'll take a couple of practical examples to show how you can solve this sort of problem.
  • Quartz.NET is a full-featured, open source job scheduling system that can be used from smallest apps to large scale enterprise systems.
  • As a developer who has been developing data oriented .NET applications for over a decade now, I have become a strong believer of the fact that a developer’s knowledge is incomplete, without having knowledge of the database and network he/she is interacting with. In this article, I will be sharing 25 T-SQL Scripts and Tutorials from my blog that I feel would be useful for a developer creating .NET Centric Database Solutions.
  • It is never a good idea to let your users be the ones to tell you of database server outages. It is far better to be able to spot potential problems by being alerted for the most relevant conditions on your servers at the best threshold. This will take time and patience, but the reward will be an alerting system which allows you to deal more effectively with issues before they involve system down-time

Gunnar Vermeir, one of our experts, regularly blogs at The Gryphin Experience.

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