Hi to everyone, after experiencing some issues with the Windows Phone Store people my third app has been finally published. I’ve been forced to change the name of the application and remove any reference to banking in it because they wouldn’t have published otherwise.
Ridiculous, if we have into account that there are lots of apps out there in the WP Store that store bank account numbers and credit cards.
Today I needed to load some external xaml into a custom control I was working on. During my search for ways to accomplish the task I’ve found some information, but most of the time it was not really useful. That’s why I will try to expose in this post the options you’ve got to do the job and, finally, I will show you how I solved the situation using a converter.
Let’s say we have a collection of objects with 2 properties: ID (which is a numeric id) and ISACTIVE (boolean here). This collection is properly ordered by ID and you have only one item with ISACTIVE property == true.
This is just a quick post about json compression and IIS 7.5. I always find myself repeating the same process when I have to configure a new server and finding the same issue with json compression. That’s why I’ve thought that it could be a good idea to write it down and share this with all of you.
I've built a little knockoutplugin that will provide you with several visibility bindings which take profit of JQueryUI effects. On top of it, it will allow you to create new mixed effects very easily. Check out the article with examples or go directly to the Github repository.
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