Looking For A Good Technology To Draw Shape And Manage Them
Jan 24, 2011
I'm currently programming an application in ASP.net MVC and I'm looking for a plug-in or anything that will to draw some rectangles and manage them. The rectangles should be resizable, movable and they should be compose of 8 points (at the middle of each corner and at each corner). I already found SVG, HTML 5(canvas) and [URL].
I need to develop a new functionnality for one of our application.
Basically, what i want to develop is a way to let the user draw a semi-transparent rectangle over a static image. The principle could be the same as mspaint. The user click on a button a then, can draw his rectangle over an image.
we are currently investigating a migration of an application that doesn't meet company standards. The application is built using VB6 and Shape SQL/Access. The application has about 120 reports by storing Shape SQL strings in a database which the user can modify using a wizard. Shape sql is not allowed at this company. We have investigated plain SQL, Linq, Entity Framework as alternatives... but all result in more complex solutions.
Update: Shape SQL is an ADO command to get hierarchical datasets, for further info:
I have problem with a stored procedure and function that return the same shape, but as they are different methods LINQ won' t let me cast between the two. Please see code for the two SPROCs below (This is actually simplified to represent the problem, so please don't spend lots of time explaining alternative ways of writing the function/sproc.)
Table Valued Function "getCategories()" SELECT categoryName, categoryID FROM categories SPROC "getUnusedCategories" SELECT categoryName, categoryID FROM CategoryInstances cI FROM dbo.SMAN_getCategories(@SiteMANID, @SectionID) c LEFT JOIN @EntityResultsTable er
Okay so my situation at work is that I've written about 200 or so lines of additional functionality into an aspx page's code-behind that is currently not to be implemented. It is in a subroutine that handles an event that currently has zero chance of occurring.
Because this code is not being used, I've gotten curious. Should I comment out the subroutine that has zero chance of firing? Would it do anything to enhance the performance of the page or anything like that if I did indeed comment it out? Or could/should I just leave it as is?
i am planing to set up a new webproject which has to use a database and a model which can be presented in a browser. I looked at a lot of technologies (JSF, PHP, ..) but i could not find a free and easy framework/technology for me (in the end i prefered asp.net, but this is not free). What can you recommend me for a new webproject from scratch?
I need to create a web application where the layout of the site is entirely programmatically generated - about the only thing that's done declaratively in the markup is the header. Basically, it's one of those AJAX-enabled entire-site-within-a-single-page type of sites where huge chunks of content (structured as modules such as navigation panes for example) are swapped in and out on the fly. From lowest-level to highest-leveled, the options I've considered are:
Classic ASP - Since ASP provides full control over the final output, this would be perfect if not for the lack of separation between logic and presentation and the subsequent lack of code reusability. ASP.NET MVC - REST and MVC routing seem like a poor fit, since there's only 1 actual webpage. Also, interpreting and transforming data and even the UI itself based on business rules (as opposed to direct user input) lies well outside of the deterministic CRUD operations that MVC excels at.
ASP.NET Webforms - Tried something like this using Webforms in the past, but ended up fighting with the ViewState and Postback event model every step of the way. Needless to say, performance was extremely poor and the codebehind was a mess due to the complex logic needed to fully and precisely regenerate each and every single aspect of the page on every single Postback. Silverlight - To be honest, I've never used this. Non-Microsoft technologies - None of the popular ones (PHP, JSP/J2EE, Flash) are entirely suitable either.
Recently we got a project which can be developed either in J2EE or Asp.Net (no restriction from client). Client is asking to give best solution to maintain the project in long run.
Here I don't want to discuss about "Java vs .NET" but need to know which one is preferable to reduce maintenance cost. If I choose any of these technologies, which one will require less development and maintenance cost. Also consider recruiting people like developers, server administrators and software purchase and etc.
If I go to Java, I can choose any Operation System, Web Server, Application Server and database. But for a kind of enterprise applications will there be any low cost when compared to MS technologies?
Simply putting, assume I need to have 100 web servers, 30 database servers. Which one will require less investment?
I was planning to utilize MVP, DDD, TDD, IOC, Dependency Injection, Repository , StructureMap etc but the timeframe is very tight and this can also be achieved in n -tiered architecture:
Client Web Portal
ASP.Net /C#/SQL Server
5 types of customers Template of service Dynamic Data Driven portal Modules can be activated/deactivated through management console Branding and customization Rapid deployment portals of future clients as well Portals willallow for customization Data reporting services: reports and BOBJ Ad hoc Query Value- Add services to the clients portal Each Clients welcome page can be customized by client as well How can I determine which Client is on "Welcome" page without them logging in? Create different URLS for each client base? how? Mobile Application services Localization Demo portal should be built and sent to client for testing rapidly
There will be core database which will be connected to 50-60 client databases depending on the login and other details.
What is the best approach in terms of data layer? since dynamic db connections will have to be implemented?
I have a RFID reader which reads my employee code. Now i want to log the date and time of the chip when it is scanned by the reader (ie) for an attendance system Login time and logoff time. I would like to use asp.net MVC and sql server 2005. how to integrate RFID with an asp.net mvc web application. Where should i start?
We have a large code base in MFC and VB. A few applications are in .NET. All these applications interoperate with each other on the user's machine and also connect with Unix servers via sockets. Recently we have started discussing a re-write of our applications and possibility of moving a lot of these desktop applications to web (they would run in intranet). A straight forward way is rewritting them in one of the .NET technologies. But a suggestion about using Google Web tookit has popped up and the argument is that it would help creating applications that would run in a browser on both desktop and mobile devices.
I want to draw the vertical line in designing. For example Table 1 Keep your job-search confidential Control your privacy Reach to over 35000 recruiters Get Job Alerts in your inbox Apply to jobs from your Mobile. I want to draw vertical line both side about table1
i am working on a c#asp.net web page that needs to display a graph. The graph is fairly basic it will show time series data so on the Y axis i will show values between -100 and +100 for 4 lines and on the X axis i wont to show Dates (30 dates in total)
Can anyone recomend a control or way of doing this. (I see there are commercially available controls out there which look great but some cost 000's of dollars i nly need simople good looking line graph)