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#  Sunday, 13 November 2005

This week I got started and I implemented a C# to VB.NET conversion. Today, I added VB.NET to C#, as well as C# / VB.NET to Boo. You can find the new converter at this URL:

http://developer.sharpdevelop.net/codeconvert.net/

In addition to the "usual" Web interface, I also added a Web Service. This enables you to remotely exploit the code conversion features of #develop. For example, in a Windows Forms application:

It behaves exactly the same way as the online converter. To get you started, the following download contains both the executable (in the bin/release folder) as well as the source code for the application shown in this screenshot. Have fun, and please don't forget to report conversion errors so we can improve the underlying NRefactory!

CodeConvertServiceClient.zip (38.57 KB)

Sunday, 13 November 2005 21:11:00 (W. Europe Standard Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Comments [1]

 



#  Monday, 03 October 2005

At the MVP Summit, the EMEA / LATAM ASP.NET MVPs were partnering to prepare feedback for the team (any more information and I have to shoot you, or shoot your lawyer if you prefer). We were having a jolly good time (we all agreed to spend money on beer and... but that's another story). At that point I suggested that we (book authors, bloggers, article authors, et al) should slap a mandatory warning on our sample code / application: "Not built to scale."

However, in the German community we have an application built to scale: CodeFairway.NET. I wrote an overview article, now Alex followed up with an in-depth look at the features, architecture and techniques of CFW. Read Code Behind: CodeFairway.NET.

Categories: ASP.NET | Community | this | Web Services
Monday, 03 October 2005 17:24:41 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)  #    Comments [0]

 



#  Thursday, 15 September 2005

I had seen it in a Channel 9 video (here), but never actually checked it out. When talking to the AWS (Amazon Web Services) representative @ the PDC expo today, I saw liveplasma again. This is a way cool use of Web services. Map your favorite music or videos - the following screenshot is just one example:

More cool uses of AWS can be found in the Amazon Web Services Blog.

Categories: this | Web Services
Thursday, 15 September 2005 23:15:38 (W. Europe Daylight Time, UTC+02:00)  #    Comments [1]

 



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