Even when working alone or on simple projects, I like to have the benefits of source control – history, branching, and backup. Here are the common steps that need to be taken to use git in this scenario.
With increasing service reuse came the need for portable data formats, XML was one of the first widely used, but lately JSON is in bloom.
I needed to convert XML into JSON format for easier consumption on the client, so here’s an article describing the way to do it using XSLT with code and examples.
Microsoft Word happens to be the text editing application of choice for many of my clients. And they would like to post the content to web, so I still find myself in a situation where I need to export a Word document to HTML.
Seems that LINQ to XML does not get near as much attention as LINQ to SQL, but that’s a shame since there is a lot going on here too. Here are some examples performed on RSS.
Faster way to search and conveniently perform tasks on pages.
Regular expressions are a good tool that should be used when appropriate, as with other programming tools and patterns. But when used to solve a wrong kind of problem, you can easily run into even bigger problems.