2008 September 11 – Links for today



Matt Berseth on using jQuery with Dynamic Data Customizing the Delete Confirmation Dialog
Trevor Davis gives us a take on AJAX Forms with jQuery
James Padolsy brings us his 10 useful jQuery plugins
Dossy Shiobara brings us Client-side query term highlighting demo using jQuery
J Eggers brings more jQuerry loveliness with part 4 of his series Dynamically applying rules
Bill Beckelman tells us how we can use a Details Popup Via jQuery clueTip Plugin. After seeing this I remembered seeing something like this that was CSS only based – is quite old and only works in compliant browsers but well worth a looksee for a non script version


20 websites for mastering CSS


Brewster Kahle is building a truly huge digital library — every book ever published, every movie ever released, all the strata of web history … It’s all free to the public — unless someone else gets to it first.
Microsoft?s STO (Server & Tools Online) team released a new online site today called MSDN Social bookmarks. This is a Social Bookmarking site where users can add bookmarks, tag them in various ways, share them with others, etc. Sounds a bit like delicious to me, am quite keen to investigate the differences.
So, How do you test the performance of your web site?
Casey Charlton enlightens us on DDD with The Tao of Domain Driven Design
Six Revisions brings us some Awesome Photoshop text effects tutorials and some really useful cheatsheets for web developers / designers


Corey Shumann takes the slider control one step further with his Video slider control
Manish Dalal revisits Validation for Silverlight apps
Mike Snow gives us his tip on How to Customize the Silverlight Install Experience and How to create a zoom toolbar
Matt Berseth again on Angled Column Headers with Silverlight 2’s DataGrid


Derik Whittaker on Testing your IoC bindings
Ian Cooper brings us part 2 TDD and Hard To Test Areas – really , check this out!
Mark Michaelis brimgs us a glimpse of the differences between .Net Mock Object Frameworks: NMock, RhinoMock, TypeMock
Evan Hoff gives us a great screencast on Test-Driven Domain Model


Marlon Grech details Showing a notification Window (like msn) in WPF
Jake Ginnivan gives us his take on WPF Dynamic UI using binding


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