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My two cents about software development on the web


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Linkflood #1-2012

  • 15 jQuery Calendar Date Picker Plugins on SmashingApps – In this collection, you will see some of the best jQuery Calendar Date Picker Plugins that will allow you output planners and calendars even more easily. Majority of these plugins are built on jQuery and jQuery UI (User Interface). With this collection, we tend to help those who need frameworks with great functionality.
  • BugNET Issue Tracker on CodePlex – BugNET is an issue tracking and project issue management solution built using C# and ASP.NET with MSSQL backend. The main goals are to keep the codebase simple, well documented, easy to deploy and scalable. The project has a clean look to it and is under active development. This is a mature project which has been hosted on Sourceforge.net since 2006 but has now moved across to CodePlex.
  • SQL Fiddle – SQL Fiddle is a tool for database developers to test out their SQL queries. If you do not know SQL or basic database concepts, this site is not going to be very useful to you. However, if you are a database developer, there are a few different use-cases of SQL Fiddle intended for you.
  • Building Twitter Bootstrap on A List Apart – A year-and-a-half ago, a small group of Twitter employees set out to improve our team’s internal analytical and administrative tools. After some early meetings around this one product, we set out with a higher ambition to create a toolkit for anyone to use within Twitter, and beyond. Thus, we set out to build a system that would help folks like us build new projects on top of it, and Bootstrap was conceived.
  • Learn jQuery in 30 Days – Each day you’ll be sent a free video lesson. At the end of the month, you’ll be able to confidently use jQuery in your projects, without help.

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SQLite and .NET

Usefull links utili about SQLite and .NET:

  • SQLite Home Page – SQLite is a software library that implements a self-contained, serverless, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database engine.
  • System.Data.SQLite – An open source ADO.NET provider for the SQLite database engine. System.Data.SQLite is the original SQLite database engine and a complete ADO.NET 2.0/3.5 provider all rolled into a single mixed mode assembly. It is a complete drop-in replacement for the original sqlite3.dll (you can even rename it to sqlite3.dll if you’re using it natively).
  • SQLite Database Browser is a freeware, public domain, open source visual tool used to create, design and edit database files compatible with SQLite. It is meant to be used for users and developers that want to create databases, edit and search data using a familiar spreadsheet-like interface, without the need to learn complicated SQL commands.
  • DbLinq – DbLinq is THE LINQ provider that allows to use common databases with an API close to Linq to SQL. It currently supports (by order of appearance): MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQLite, Ingres, Firebird… And still SQL Server.
  • SQLite Administrator – it is a powerful tool if you easily want to create, design or administrate SQLite database files. The SQL code editor helps you to quickly write sql queries with features such as code completion and highlighting. Both major versions of SQLite database files are supported by SQLite Administrator.
  • Getting started with SQLite and .NET – SQLite is a “self-contained, serverless, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database engine.” It is utilized in a few systems you may have heard of: Firefox, Skype, iPhone, and Android to name a few. The entire database is stored in a single file, which means your application or website can utilize a fully functional relational database without the constraints or costs of a traditional database server.