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Name:Alex Dybenko

Location:Moscow, Russia

Wednesday, April 18, 2007

Code converter

Among .NET languages I prefer VB.Net. But lots of people write on C#, so I need to know both languages in other to read other's code, and here could be problems. Fortunately Telerik now offers Code Converter, which is available online, as well as a widget, for example Windows Vista Sidebar Gadget Code Converter. Well done guys!

Sunday, April 08, 2007

Drag and Drop in Access

Access does not support (still) Drag and Drop natively, like VB6 for example. So Access developers have to invent something in this area. Here 2 samples based on the same idea: and Drag and Drop. Last one I very much like – this is a form to build a floor plan; once we have build a floor plan control on VB, it was a lot of work, but here you can do basically the same, even it looks no so nice.

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