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After reviewing some of the feedback from our bloggers we added a couple new features to Geekswithblogs.net and there are still more to come. Here is a list of the features we added. Fixed the Twitter parser to better support URLs and Hash Tags Added some hooks behind the scenes to tags posts with common keywords automatically Added Facebook likes and Tweets to the bottom of every post Cleaned up a few skins Images on the main page for bloggers who use Gravatar or Twitter integration Random bug fixes ...
Host: Jody Gilbert, Senior Editor 10 things Career Collaboration IT management Network administration Programming and development Project management Security Shortcuts Support Tips Web design Contact 10 cool features to look forward to in Office 2010 With the release of the Office 2010 Technical Preview, details are finally starting to roll in. Deb Shinder highlights some of the features she thinks might make the new version worth the upgrade 10 cool features to look forward to in Office 2010 Technorati ...
2 Good blog postings on creating list definitons as features 1. Steven Van de Craen's attempt at customizing announcements (thats what I did too) 2. Tod Baginski's in depth analysis of creating list definintions. But the major problem with the approach is CAML for the Views are pain to tinker with. Just absolutely chaotic, requiring a lot of patience, and if not done methodically would result in admitting yourself to a mental institution. Now Mart gave me a tip yesterday (Mart you should really blog ...
In case some of you missed it, Andrew May has a good post on how to create content type ids for feature definitions. Now as you might gather, creating features requires a whole heap of GUIDs on your hand. So a tool that can do this static void Main(string [] args){ if (args.Length == 0) { // Show GUID Form} else { Guid g = Guid.NewGuid(); if (args[0].ToLower() == "d") { Clipboard.SetDataObject( g.ToString("D"), true); } if (args[0].ToLower() == "n") { Clipboard.SetDataObject( g.ToString("N"), true); ...