Sveiki,
šventinis laikotarpis eina jau į pabaigą, beliko sutikti tik Naujuosius, ko pasekoje tikiuosi didesnio aktyvumo ir iš savęs, ir iš kitų Pixel.lt narių. Deja, šią savaitę buvo publikuotas tik vienas straipsnis, kurį parašė Commandos, o vadinasi jis “Keletas patarimų Windows XP“. Dėkui jam.

Šio savaitgalio :
An Introduction to Using Patterns in Web Design
An PHP UTF-8 cheatsheet
Web Style Sheets CSS tips & tricks
Classic ASP vs ASP.NET
Dear PHP, I think it’s time we broke up
Hide Yourself

Gero savaitgalio ir linksmų Naujųjų!

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“Savaitgalio skaitiniai #7” komentarų: 2

  1. Slave

    “Dear PHP, I think it’s time we broke up” - funny shit. Taip, PHP negali būti gera namų šeimininkė. Stebiuosi autoriaus orginalumu :-)

  2. jungle

    apie asp 3.0 vs asp.net :)

    1. I’ve been using ASP for many years now; I can make it do anything I like. Over the years I have built a vast array of functions for all manner of operations from database access to formatting dates nicely. Nimble – that’s me with ASP.

    - ka jis pasirase per tuos 10 metu, tai tas imho ir siaip jau itraukta i .net frameworka tik plius dar yra 100x patogiau :)

    2. ASP.NET has many views of each page. There is the HTML view, the Source view, and the Code Behind view and switching between the three is sluggish in much the same way that wading waist high through treacle is a little slow going.

    - dar viena nesamone :) tai visi tie 3 viewai yra jeigu naudoji vs ir tiesiog gali rinktis is tu 3. bet siaip tai viskas fiziskai apsiriboja su dviem failais, bet jeigu nori istikruju daryti viska xujovai tai gali apseiti ir be code behind ir viska tureti vienoje byloje ir atsidares su kokiu notepadu viska matyti vienoje vietoje.

    3. Sluggish is a word to describe the whole of the .NET development environment. Starting a new project? Go make a cup of coffee. Switching between tabs? ‘Go large’ with your coffee. Pressing F1 for help? Make your coffee a take-out and go and have a stroll in the park.

    - turbut jam reiktu naujesnio kompo :)

    4. Regular ASP has the most lightweight development environment I have ever used - Notepad. Yep, that’s all you need!

    Installation time? - It’s already installed
    Start up time? - It’s running in an instant
    Configuration? - Not needed
    Availability? - Any PC ever

    - toks jis ir developeris jeigu jam notepadas yra viskas ko jam reikia :)

    5. ASP.NET has a tendency to auto-generate code. Is this a powerful and useful feature? Not in my books. Surely a serious developer can’t depend on any code automatically generated by the overweight Behemoth that is .NET! Not only is the code auto-generated, but the client side code is generated on the fly, so you have no opportunity to modify or tweak what Bill’s team thinks is good for you. If there was a smiley that denotes a “pah!” kind of spitting face I would insert it here.

    - dar viena nesamone, kodel man atrodo, kad jis su asp.net nera dirbes, o tik turejes universitete koki nors lengva susipazinimo su .net kursa :)

    6. Have you tried a quick fix on a regular ASP website? Dead easy. Edit the page as it sits on the web server and view your results instantly. Obviously on larger and more mission critical websites you would not do this, but on smaller websites why not? Have you tried a quick fix on a compiled ASP.NET website? It makes me pull this face :-( or this face :-o

    - ar tu deployini kompilinta asp.net solutiona ar ne i web serva tai jau yra tavo pasirinkimas :) gali web serviso roote tureti ir nekompiliuota contenta ir prireikus paeditinti ji kaip koki php ar asp3

    7. Regular ASP hosting is still cheaper and more prevalent than ASP.NET hosting, and even the ASP.NET hosting is slow at moving to new versions. There are UNIX versions of the ASP compiler too so you don’t even need a Windows hosting company.

    - na del pigumo, tai gaila, kad jis neidejo nuorodu i toki hostinga kur apskritai duoda tik asp3, o del asp.net migravimo prie nauju versiju, tai manau netgi toks populiarus daiktas kaip php su savo rc versijomis nelabai randa vietos pas rimtus hostintojus, kaip pvz. asp.net betos

    8. Call me lazy, but I’ve always treated the uploading of a regular ASP website to a remote web server as making an off-site backup of the code. Should my laptop get dropped or lost I can download the website from the web server and continue development. Does this work with ASP.NET? Sadly not. The web server has some compiled code, making it very easy to loose source code.

    - cia tai kaip yra sakoma - nuo durnumo vaistu ner :) jeigu sourcai esantys web servise vaidina dar ir projekto sourcu atsargines kopijos role, ir jeigu ju ten nera tai reiskia microsoftas veltui sukiso tiek milijonu pinigu developindamas .net technologijas :)))

    na, ir mano galutines isvados, kad pasiulymas savaitgaliui skaityti si straipsni buvo istikruju nekoks, kita karta suraskite ka nors ne tokio pavirsutinisko, nezinancio ka rasancio zmogaus nuomone :)

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