Back in Part 1, we covered the history of Delegates in the .NET Framework. As stated, in 1.1, they were a little too confined to be exceptionally useful. However, in the 2.0 Framework, Delegates were given the ability to be "Anonymous" and could be created on the fly. This allows for more elegant coding, and [...]
Archive for July, 2008
Delegates have come a long way since they were introduced in .NET 1.0. Back then they were only a way to refer to existing methods as variables. 2.0 allowed methods to be inlined, making them "anonymous." The 3.5 Framework does not introduce any new concepts regarding delegates, but it makes writing them much, much quicker [...]
Delegates are a big part of the .NET Framework. They were included since the beginning with .NET 1.0 and have matured since then, but in my experience I don’t see them used intentionally too often.
I think the reason for this is because the concept of a delegate is kind of foreign if you have a [...]
I gave a presentation last night on the topic of improving web design for developers. On the topic of CSS I gave a very simple demonstration on using a non-table based layout. It went well over all, but I didn’t have a ton of time to get it perfect and resulted with this.
It works, but [...]
Confession time: I love Panic software. They put tons of effort into the UI of their products, and it shows. Even their website shows astonishing attention to detail, and web design isn’t even a service that they offer. What gets me the most are the sliding panels on the page for Coda. I peaked at [...]