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Raghavendra Prabhu

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  • Blog Post: Client Settings FAQ updated

    I finally got around to updating my FAQ on the settings feature in .NET 2.0. Look for ' Update: 12/10/2005 ' to identify the new content. The new stuff is mostly some questions frequently asked on forums and internal mailing lists in Microsoft around security, configuration and availability of the settings...
  • Blog Post: Saving out a Form's Size and Location using the Application Settings feature

    A very common requirement for Windows Forms applications is the ability to 'remember' the location and size of forms when they are closed, so that the next time they are shown, they can be restored to the former position. The Application Settings feature is .NET 2.0 makes it simple to do this, but unfortunately...
  • Blog Post: Client Settings FAQ posted

    We have been getting lots of feedback on the new Whidbey Settings feature that I have blogged about in the past. Since there are a set of questions many people ask as they begin to delve into the API, I thought it might be useful to post an FAQ that I can point folks to that should answer most of these...
  • Blog Post: Client Settings - Part 3

    RichB has some interesting questions in his comments about my earlier post on the client settings feature. I thought it might be worth a separate post to answer them. I don't have the CTP available, but from the documentation it appears that ApplicationSettingsBase can read and write to a collection...
  • Blog Post: Client Settings - Part 2

    In a post a few months ago, I wrote about a new Whidbey feature called Client Settings. While we briefly described this feature at the PDC, it wasn't available in the build of Whidbey released then. The Community Preview build gives you a chance to try out everything I mentioned and more. Quite some...
  • Blog Post: Feature Preview: Client Settings

    One of the new Whidbey features Joe Stegman talked  about at the PDC was Client Settings. This is a feature I have spent a lot of time on in Whidbey, so I thought I would talk a little bit about it. Very often, if you are writing a client app (also for web apps, but let me focus...
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