One of the hosts of the Ruby Rogues podcast recently recommended taking time each week to write down three things you learned. I’m going to try this for awhile and see if its helpful.
Nuget .nuspec files add Referenced DLLs to the
bin/ During Build
If your project depends on a local dll, one that is not already available via
nuget, you can add it to the
<references> section of the
.nuspec. When your
library is referenced in Visual Studio, that DLL will come along for the ride
even though theres no direct reference in Visual Studio.
Compiling Ruby on Cygwin
Make sure you have all the build tools and libraries then use the instructions from the ruby-build project.
Some of those may not actually be required but you should have them anyway :)
Developing ASP.NET UserControls That Target and Modify Another Control
Sort of like how the ASP.NET Validation controls have a
property that takes the string ID of the desired control.
I was developing a wrapper for a jquery modal plugin and wanted the modal to declare which control triggered it to open:
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My modal control would need to add a
data-reveal-id="modal-one" attribute to the
Open Modal link.
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