Monthly Archives: March 2014
I am pretty sure like me, many of you will be thinking same looking at those fancy popups which open on currently running rich UI websites. What if I can do same to incorporate such a window in my piece of work.
I crossed path with this awesome library called Lightwindow v2.0 when one of my colleague introduced me to it.
During my experience implementing it, I encountered some issues which really made me scratch my head hard. So let me take you along on my journey of dealing with this library and hopefully you can find answers to all your problems and doubts related to this library at the end of this journey.
Introduction to Kendo Grid:
Grid came into existence to fulfill the need of data presentation in applications. Since it’s creation it has been an undisputed choice for data presentation. Kendo Grid is a third party tool which goes extramile and provides much more than mere data presentaion. It caters a large set of end user needs i.e Sorting, Paging, Filtering, Reordering, Resizing and many more as it’s inbuilt components.
A while ago, on a beautiful evening of a wonderful weekend I had a mug of beer in my hand and a thought striked, what’s new in C# 4.0. I searched on google and started to look into the results and suddenly I stopped to get a hang of the term ‘dynamic’, well obviously I googled again and burrowed deeper into it. After a couple of minutes (read hours) I got aquainted to the idea of ‘dynamic’ but could not understand its need as we already had ‘var’ (thanks to C# 3.0). This made me anxious and I started to look out for the need of ‘dynamic’ and the difference between ‘var and ‘dynamic’. Following are my findings
In this blog I am going to introduce Barcode with SSRS reports. Before going ahead we need to know what is Barcode. A barcode is a machine readable code that is most common now adays. It is in the form of parallel lines. These parallel lines are generated with the help of number or alphabets or with combination of both (alphanumeric). These parallel lines are separated with some distance between them depending upon need. Barcodes are printed on a commodity and used especially for stock control. Example-: Read the rest of this entry