There seems to be lot of ways on how to load an image and do upload. On one of my first attempts to do it I thought I have done it ok. It seemed so as when I test it on my machine and upload to server it was OK. However recently when trying my app I noticed… Read the full article
Hi have some development going on Silverlight. For that I am using some nifty controls from telerik that help save some time (sometimes…). In a gridview I was struggling to have a combobox for one of collumns. Tried some examples but nothing seemed to work… Until I found the answer! You can go on your… Read the full article
On my last post I was talking about navigation on silverligth… actually the term was “toying around with rootshell” … something like that. In that case what I was trying to achieve was to entirely switch whole view. Now what I would like to do is to just switch one part of the view. To… Read the full article
Well.. as a novice I am to Silverligtht I found my self wanting to change VisualRoot. Most of you do Know that VisualRoot in Silverligtht is a one time set property… If you start developing a App and are aware of concerns related to Silerligtht then you have all thought.. instead if like me you… Read the full article
Well… because of thing I was doing before I needed to have feature of update for Out of Browser enabled. For what could be thought it should be easy… WRONG!!!! Microsoft ain’t made it easy because of a bug. You can follow thread that helped me out in here. Main thing is that Visual Studio adds in Properties folder a file… Read the full article
This is a very simple line that I tend to forget: [csharp] this.MyImage.Source = new BitmapImage(new Uri("/MyNameSpace;images/someimage.png", UriKind.Relative)) [/csharp] Is just on how to set image source on a image container. It can also refer a different project as if it was a module if you have set it so (I think)… [csharp] imageSource = new… Read the full article
Save by the bell!! I must thank to Varsha Mane on his blog for a perfect explication on this issue. link: http://varshavmane.blogspot.com/2010/06/whitespace-is-not-allowed-after-end-of.html Bottom line: if you have something on your xaml like “} “” It just won’t work. Happy (and safe) coding!