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FreeTextBoxWrapper for Community Server v2.1 & v2007 (Refresh)

It has been a while, since I have posted something about Community Server. Although I have received quite a lot requests, about refreshing FreeTextboxWrapper for CS v2.1 and CS v2007 controls, to the latest version of FreeTextBox (v6.2.2), in order

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SubSonic v3’s T4 Templates, Part 3

About a month ago, I created a first version of T4 templates for SubSonic v3 using T4Toolbox. They started as a fun way to learn using T4 transformation. Now, these templates are now intergraded in SubSonic v3 source. If you

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T4 templates and include files

It true that Microsoft provides no support for .tt template editing in Visual Studio 2008. They don’t plan to include this functionality in Visual Studio 2010 either – see feature request in Microsoft Connect. If Clarius Consulting hadn’t released their

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SubSonic v3’s T4 Templates, Part 2

It’s only been two weeks I’ve playing around with T4 templates. Most of the time is spent in learning how to debug them, and how to schema databases using different database providers. I have just created the fourth version of

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T4 templates using own project .config file

One of the first problem one faces, as soon as he decides to include T4 templates in a project, is how to access .config file of the project. Most of the times .config files are used to store information as

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SubSonic v3’s T4 Templates

I short post in order to provide Subsonic v3’s T4 templates based on T4Toolbox, and a short demonstration video. Starting with the video – download and play the video in full-screen: Video on SkyDrive The templates used for the video

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Community Server and Google AdSense

Not many programs have managed to amaze me with their capabilities. Certainly Community Server is one. It is really a nice feeling to know, you can implement what you need on the platform you use. It all started when a

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