Monthly Archives: July 2009

Silverlight 3 Released to Web

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false]  The much-awaited release of Silverlight 3 came last Friday, July 10. Read on the following blogs about the release, the installers, and the new features of Silverlight 3: 1. Scott Guthrie’s blog – http://weblogs.asp.net/scottgu/archive/2009/07/10/silverlight-3-released.aspx. 2. Tim Heuer’s … Continue reading

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Use C# to Create iPhone Applications

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] The same initiative that has brought Silverlight to the UNIX world comes up with an initiative to allow developers to create iPhone and iPod Touch applications using C#. iPhone and iPod Touch applications are written in Objective-C … Continue reading

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Flex Workaround: ActionScript Does Not Support Method Overloading

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] C#, VB.Net, and Java support method overloading, i.e. one can define two methods of the same name but with different parameters. For example, you can have a method named ShowName with a string parameter named pstrFirstName and … Continue reading

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Flex Workaround: HTTPService Does Not Return Response Headers

[tweetmeme source=”jojitsoriano” only_single=false] I am surprised that HTTPService of Adobe Flex does not return response headers!   What if an application written in Flex would want to communicate with a system written in J2EE and was using the Set-Cookie response header … Continue reading

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