Posts Tagged ‘freeware’

Good Links – Nov 6, 2007

PCWorld’s Top 101 Freeware http://www.pcworld.com/article/id,130045-page,2-c,freeware/article.html ( some are just freeware services like gmail, live mail, google docs)

Lhotka, creator of the famous CSLA framework discuss where to put code to validate user input. For web apps, to give User a more responsive and richer experience, it may be necessary to “duplicate” the code in the UI. He stresses that it is paramount to have the business objects do the validation anyway since the browser validations can be easily bypassed. http://www.lhotka.net/weblog/CommentView,guid,8fa07593-a357-49a4-9b86-1ee82a58f2b9.aspx

Windows Workflow Foundation Web Workflow Approvals Starter Kit

This starter kit is a Visual Studio 2005 (with updates for Visual Studio 2008) project that demonstrates using Windows Workflow Foundation for simple task-oriented workflow in an ASP.NET Web application. A workflow model is used to automate work order requests at a small example company. It includes three pre-defined roles which each play a part in the work order creation, approval and monitoring. The starter kit may be modified for other workflow models to suit other small Web-based task management systems. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=a438a9b9-9f15-42ec-866f-2ea58e10db36&DisplayLang=en

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