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Joel Ross February 2006 Entries
WSCF For VS 2005 Released
Version 0.6 of thinktecture's WSCF tool has been released, and it now supports .NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005! Very nice.If you're unfamiliar with WSCF, you should be. It stands for Web Services Contract-First, and allows you to build your web services by first defining the contract that the server and client will agree to. Now, I'm not a complete contract-first guy, but I do like the tool because the client proxy class generation is much better than the default proxy generated by Visual Studio ......

Posted On Monday, February 27, 2006 9:24 PM

CodeKeep VS 2005 Add-In Available
Dave Donaldson, the maker of the wonderful site CodeKeep, has released an add-in for Visual Studio 2005. Since I am doing all of my development in .NET 2.0, I hadn't been using CodeKeep as much as I could have been, but having the add-in again will be helpful.Oh yeah. If you're using CodeKeep, why are most of the code snippets private? Isn't the point to be able to share? And if you're not using CodeKeep, why not?Technorati Tags: CodeKeep | VS2005 | Utlities ......

Posted On Saturday, February 25, 2006 7:42 AM

ASP.NET Projects In Visual Studio 2005
I have a gripe about web projects in Visual Studio 2005, and it's already come up to bite me in the butt a few times. The idea that every file in the folder is part of the site never really sat well with me, but I couldn't put my finger on why. But, after using it with a development team, I now know why. When I delete a file, it's removed from my local site, and from source control, which, by the way, is awesome! But here's the problem: when one of the other developers checks in, it picks up that ......

Posted On Friday, February 10, 2006 6:26 PM

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