Month: December 2013

Shorter epi prefix for EPiServer:Property

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Declaration of a property output in Page.aspx. This is one the most common code through the whole solution.

<EPiServer:Property runat="server" PropertyName="ContactsArea"></EPiServer:Property>

I like to make repetitive markup to be smaller and have:

<epi:Property runat="server" PropertyName="ContactsArea"></epi:Property>

In your web.confing instead of

<add tagPrefix="EPiServer" namespace="EPiServer.Web.WebControls" assembly="EPiServer" />
<add tagPrefix="EPiServer" namespace="EPiServer.Web.WebControls" assembly="EPiServer.Web.WebControls" />
<add tagPrefix="EPiServer" namespace="EPiServer.Framework.Web.WebControls" assembly="EPiServer.Framework" />

you put:

<add tagPrefix="epi" namespace="EPiServer.Web.WebControls" assembly="EPiServer" />
<add tagPrefix="epi" namespace="EPiServer.Web.WebControls" assembly="EPiServer.Web.WebControls" />
<add tagPrefix="epi" namespace="EPiServer.Framework.Web.WebControls" assembly="EPiServer.Framework" />

VMWare różne

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Gdy nie da się uśpić wirtualki (nie da się nawet Power off) bo “insufficient memory”, to trzeba po prostu wyłączyć system (wirtualkę) od środka poprzez Power off.


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Send books to your kindle email address.

To immediately download books send to your email, go back to list of all books->press Menu->Sync & Check for Items.

All the small things.

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Często widzę że ktoś porównuje stringi za pomocą Equals:

// Bad code readability

Jest to dla mnie nie czytelne. Czy jest jakiś powód dla którego to nie powinno być po prostu:

cultureInfo.Name == "en" 

To chyba ma sens kiedy np. chcesz użyć case insensitive (lub innego typu StringComparison).
Ja do porównywania stringów preferuję string.Compare() (jest też string.CompareOrdinal()). String.Compare() ma więcej możliwości niż Equals().

Internationalization (I18N)

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Internationalization (sometimes shortened to “I18N , meaning “I – eighteen letters -N”) is the process of planning and implementing products and services so that they can easily be adapted to specific local languages and cultures, a process called localization . The internationalization process is sometimes called translation or localization enablement. Enablement can include:

  • Allowing space in user interfaces (for example, hardware labels, help pages, and online menus) for translation into languages that require more characters
  • Creating print or Web site graphic images so that their text labels can be translated inexpensively
  • Using written examples that have global meaning
  • In .NET all strings are Unicode (thanks to authors) so we don’t have to deal with other encodings.



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var stringBuilder = new StringBuilder();
var stream = new StringWriter(stringBuilder);
var serializer = new XmlSerializer(typeof(TellusSettings));

serializer.Serialize(stream, defaultWebsiteSettings.TellusSettings);

File.WriteAllText(@"C:\temp\web.txt", stringBuilder.ToString());