Archive for August 2006

ASP.NET Learner Videos

ASP.NET Learner Videos

Of late I came across a nice Learner Video collections on ASP.NET and Atlas (AJAX for ASP.NET) framework. Check them out here.  This makes the learning of new technology a breeze since it is very much interactive.
Sunday, August 27, 2006
Posted by Deepak Vasudevan

PHP meets .NET

PHP meets .NET

The premeire Unix based Scripting language which also has Windows port (PHP -- Hypertext Preprocessor) meets .NET.  A new PHP Language compiler called Phalanger has been developed which converts PHP code into .NET MSIL, thus extending ASP.NET support for PHP

Check out for more details: http://www.php-compiler.net/
Saturday, August 26, 2006
Posted by Deepak Vasudevan

Windows Vista -- Test your Knowledge and get a CD

Windows Vista -- Test your Knowledge and get a CD

Test your knowledge in Windows Vista by answering simple questions and get a free Windows CD shipped to you. Check out this URL http://www.microsoft.com/india/offers/vista/quiz.aspx

Wednesday, August 23, 2006
Posted by Deepak Vasudevan

An AJAX Framework by Matthias Hertel

An AJAX Framework by Matthias Hertel

One more cool AJAX Framework from Matthias Hertel. But this one is more powerpacked with cross browser compatibility, webservices interoperability and multilanguage support.

Also check out the documentation on http://www.mathertel.de/Ajax/AJAXeBook.aspx

Tuesday, August 22, 2006
Posted by Deepak Vasudevan

Online Code Convertors from DotNetSpider

Online Code Convertors from DotNetSpider

How many times we have been frustrated by encountering a sample code or library but in a different language? I came across the following very useful tool that attempts to resolve the query and aspirations of millions of developer fraternity.

Check out online code convertor tools between C# and VB.NET from Dotnetspider here:

http://www.dotnetspider.com/convert/

Feel free to share any other code conversion tools as comments to this post or to Dotnetspider here.

Saturday, August 12, 2006
Posted by Deepak Vasudevan

Golden Jubilee Post

Golden Jubilee Post

It is a pleasurable moment to share with you that your favorite technology weblog, Daffodilnet, has humbly reached its Golden Jubilee Post. There are more milestones to conquer and laurels to win.

Keep visiting and extend your support and patronage. Thank you!

Sunday, August 06, 2006
Posted by Deepak Vasudevan

Microsoft Excel -- Quick Reckoner for Financial Calculations

Microsoft Excel -- Quick Reckoner for Financial Calculations

Most of us would have encountered piquant situations while planning to avail personal loans from financial institutions. While the bank gives a full details of the loan, the amortization schedules etc, it would be better that we also have hand-calculate and cross verify the details. The calculation process is not simple and particularly assumes mammoth complexities in the case of long term loans.

Fortunately, there is a simple but generic tool that lies very much within Microsoft Excel to help ease out this situation and greatly help us.

  1. Amotization Schedule
    1. Launch Microsoft Excel.
    2. Right click on the bottom tab 'Sheet 1'.
    3. Click on the tab 'Spreadsheet Solutions'.
    4. You can now select 'Amortization Schedule'.
    5. Fill out the steps and Microsoft Excel would calculate the rest.
  2. Principal Component in EMI
    1. Launch Microsoft Excel and from Insert -> Function, choose the category 'Financial'
    2. Choose 'PPMT' as the function name.
    3. Fill out the fields.
    4. Instead of PPMT, if you can choose IPMT, you can get the Interest component of the loan.

I hope this would be of tremendous significance to any user before availing a loan from any financial institution.

Saturday, August 05, 2006
Posted by Deepak Vasudevan

JavaScript X Library

JavaScript X Library

While searching for some JavaScript functions and implementations, I came across a comprehensive website on JavaScript library, purportedly achieving cross browser compatibility and ease of diversified functions like utility functions, DHTML tips and tricks and more.

Check out X Library here: http://cross-browser.com/

Tuesday, August 01, 2006
Posted by Deepak Vasudevan

Guidance Explorer

Guidance Explorer

Design of an enteprise application involves a lot of careful study and analysis which does not undermine the necessity of emphasing on the right type of design pattern that needs to be used. But startup developers often tend to curse of the plethora of design patterns, beguile and confusing terms used thereto, while program managers find pleasure in advocating and supporting the pros and cons of each design pattern.

Fortunately, there is a cool tool from GotDotNet Workspaces called GuidanceExplorer which attempts to ease this task for developers and realise the dream potentials of program managers.

Check out GuidanceExplorer from GotDotNet CodeGallery.

Posted by Deepak Vasudevan

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