Archive for October, 2007

Hyperbolic Tree in Javascript

Posted by dariosantarelli on October 22, 2007

Have you ever seen an hyperbolic tree in javascript?
Here you can find an interesting showcase description. Moreover, there’re useful informations to integrate it in your web apps. I don’t know if it’s the best solution to display large amount of inter-related data, but surely the result is very amazing!!!
P.S.: It seems not to work fine in IE 😦 , but greatly in Firefox and Safari.



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Some more visualizers for LINQ

Posted by dariosantarelli on October 19, 2007

Today I’ve installed LINQ samples for Visual Studio 2008 Beta 2 and immediately noticed two folders containing two visualizers named ExpressionTreeVisualizer and SqlServerQueryVisualizer. In this post you can find an explanation about using them in debugging LINQ code. Just a question: why don’t they have been included in the Orcas default installation? 

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Visual Studio .NET 2003 on Windows Vista Issue List

Posted by dariosantarelli on October 15, 2007

While Visual Studio 2003 is not supported on Windows Vista if you choose to run it then, Microsoft advise you to follow these issues:

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