Today I was testing my ASP.NET MVC app I had prepared, with all browsers, when I run into this problem on Internet Explorer 9. I opened up the Internet Explorer Developer Tool and found an error message in the console. It read JSON is undefined.
After a little search, I came across this thread on stackoverflow. The solution to this was pretty simple.
You only need to include a reference to json2.js to your project.
Today I wanted to find, if Resharper provides a shortcut to ‘Collapse All’ items in the Solution Explorer? A little search on google led to this thread on JetBrain’s Dev Community.
As you can see in the screenshot below, there is an option called Collapse All and a shortcut key next to it.
Now this shortcut key will not work for you ! Unless you set it up using Tools > Options > Keyboard. The command name is CollapseInSolutionExplorerAction. Search using this command name and assign a shortcut key of your choice.
This made my life easier, I hope it does your’s too ;)
If you’re into Software Development, you probably must be having a multi-monitor setup in your office or home, right? I currently use dual monitors at my office. One thing which I have been trying to do ever since I had this setup, was to show different wallpapers on each screen.
After a little googling I found out that, Windows 7 does not provide this feature. There are plenty of 3rd party softwares which when installed allows you to set different wallpapers and do much much more. Few of these software which I know are DisplayFusion, Ultramon, Samurize and the list goes on…
Enter DisplayFusion !
DisplayFusion will make your multi-monitor life much easier. With powerful features like Multi-Monitor Taskbars, TitleBar Buttons and fully customizable Functions, DisplayFusion will make managing your multiple monitors easy. Take a look at some of the features below to learn how DisplayFusion can help you!
I have been using DisplayFusion for over a month now… and I have no complaints yet. Hope this help you too :)
Clear is a minimalist iphone only to-do list app with an engaging touch interface: Swipe, pull, and pinch to work with your tasks. Tasks are color-coded in a heat map so you know which are the most pressing.
Pull down to create a task, swipe to complete it, and pinch to change to a different list. That’s it.
Unfortunately Clear does not have an Android app. However, a near perfect clone of Clear has been released for Android. This app goes by the name of koalcat’s Clear, this app is free and can be downloaded from android market(link).
I have been using this app for quite a while, below are some screenshots from my android :=)