Magic, The User Inteface Library for .NET The .NET Framework contains a wide range of user interface controls, but they offer only a basic look and feel. Today’s user expects a richer experience that you just cannot build with the out-of-the-box controls. The Magic Library aims to solve this by providing a set of user…

MSF Resource Library To make it easy for customers to learn and apply the Microsoft Solutions Framework (MSF), Microsoft has created materials and services delivered by Microsoft and Microsoft Certified Partners.

Amaya

Amaya – W3C’s Editor/Browser “Amaya started as an HTML + CSS style sheets editor. Since that time it was extended to support XML and an increasing number of XML applications such as the XHTML family, MathML, and SVG. It allows all those vocabularies to be edited simultaneously in compound documents.” “Amaya includes a collaborative annotation…

RDF Primer Primer

RDF Primer Primer“The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a system for storing and sharing data between computer programs. This document will help you understand the important pieces of RDF quickly and then walk you through writing your own RDF files, and creating your own types of RDF information (often called RDF vocabularies or schemas).” A…

LumiSoft Mail Server

LumiSoft Mail Server is written in C# with source. The site says the program is freeware although it isn’t clear what license the source is released under. The site says it features: Supports multiple domains Supports multiple e-address for one mailbox Supports aliases(Mailing lists) Supports email routing. eg *ivar* pattern routes all addresses containing ivar…

Good Article on when to read your email and when to code. [via Sean ‘Early’ Campbell & Scott ‘Adopter’ Swigart’s Radio Weblog]

Win2k3 Http API

HTTP API / http.sys / Sam talks about IIS6. The New Request Processing Architecture of IIS 6.0/Win2K3. [Sam Gentile’s Blog] Sam tells how IIS uses http.sys. My side note is that you too can use port 80 while IIS is running via the new Win2k3 Http API. 😉 [Doubt’s log] Craig Andera asked “How can…