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  • Blog Post: الإرشادات التفصيلية: إنشاء موقع ويب Ajax

    الإرشادات التفصيلية: إنشاء موقع ويب Ajax <هذه مقاطع من مواضيع أعجبتني من مكتبة تعليمات فيجوال ستوديو 2010, أرجو أن تنال إعجابكم. المقالة الأساسية موجودة هنا > هذه الإرشادات التفصيلية بإنشاء موقع ويب ASP.NET أساسية مع صفحة ويب يوضح بعض ميزات مكتبة AJAX ASP.NET المضمنة في Visual Studio سيتم...
  • Blog Post: SEO Arabic

    Arabic is one of the highly ranked internet languages in the world… so the topic of Arabic SEO is very interesting, especially for this blog audience. How to improve the ranking of Arabic Web pages? There are several factors that contribute to good SEO practices… but I’ll specifically...
  • Blog Post: Create VS LightSwitch Arabic application

    Some strong database professionals were dreaming of a power MS Access like, tool, that would take care of their UI, while they concentrate on their database. Microsoft Visual Studio LightSwitch 2011 enables you to develop line-of-business applications easily . LightSwitch is optimized to combine two...
  • Blog Post: Arabic a Complex Script

    In this video, you will explore the different features of the Arabic language. First, we will add an Arabic Keyboard and start typing Arabic. Switch to right-to-left display and examine some Arabic character shaping characteristics, in addition to ligatures, kashida, diacritics and Arabic numerals. Short...
  • Blog Post: Arabic MSDN library and the Arabic VS UI tooltip (CLIP) on Youtube

    I created a YouTube channel and posted a couple of videos on the Arabic MSDN library and the Arabic VS UI tooltip (CLIP) project. You can view them , and please share your feedback Arabic MSDN Library Arabic VS UI tooltip (CLIP) project
  • Blog Post: Arabic Microsoft Terminology

    So, this is not a developer related post but I think this helpful to developers writing Arabic applications. Over the past 5 weeks I talked with several developers and MVPs in the community, in addition I reviewed some of the Arabic developer content. I noticed that there were no standard for Arabic...
  • Blog Post: Reshape Arabic letters for Designers

    Once again I got a request from a friend, actually I got the request from two friends but the first one was too sophisticated, they needed to shape Arabic characters to display on Windows Phone 7. However, the second request was to shape and re-order Arabic characters to use them in Expression Design...
  • Blog Post: إنشاء جزء ويب لـ SharePoint

    < هذه مقاطع من مواضيع أعجبتني من مكتبة تعليمات فيجوال ستوديو 2010, أرجو أن تنال إعجابكم. المقالة الأساسية موجودة هنا > لإنشاء "جزء ويب " إضافة جزء ويب العنصر إلى أي مشروع SharePoint. لإضافة عناصر تحكم إلى "جزء ويب" تحريره تعليمات برمجية الملف . يمكنك أيضاً تصميم "أجزاء ويب" بشكل مرئي باستخدام...
  • Blog Post: Diacritics, Accents, Tashkeel

    It’s Déjà vu… So I’m blogging in two places! My team created a new blog for international applications and I’m blogging their too. If you are interested in the topic of Diacritics, tashkeel and you would like to learn more, read the full article on our team site...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio 2010 CLIP باللغة العربية

    صُممت حزمة CLIP لمستخدمي Visual Studio الذين لا يتقنون اللغة الإنجليزية. يمكن أن تساعد حزمة CLIP هؤلاء المستخدمين على تعلم Visual Studio 2010 واستخدامه من خلال توفير ترجمة لعناصر واجهة المستخدم الأكثر شيوعًا في برنامج Visual Studio . تمت ترجمة CLIP بالتعاون مع جامعة الإسكندرية - كلية الهندسة - جمهورية...
  • Blog Post: International Domain Names, here we go

    Arabic has now become the first non-Latin script to be used as an International Domain Name. Arabic is among the most highly used languages on the Internet today. Users in the region will now have easier access to the Internet, with the ability to use their primary language for the entire domain name...
  • Blog Post: Arabic Windows Forms Applications

    This is another article that I wrote earlier about Arabic WinForm applications. I’m republishing it for your reference. I hope you enjoy it too. You are sometimes faced with some challenges to develop Arabic applications. Most of these issues are due to the fact that Arabic is a right-to-left ...
  • Blog Post: An Episode about Arabic Development

    I few months back I recorded a podcast episode with the help of MVPs: Hammad Rajjoub and Ronald Widha. We talked about developing Arabic applications and some interesting initiatives. You can check it out at http://www.dotnetme.net/2010/04/17/show-3-deena-lasheen-talks-about-development-support-for-arabic...
  • Blog Post: "Arabic Software Development should be Easy?" At Tech.Ed Middle East 2010

    I worked on March to deliver a session during Tech.Ed Middle East 2010, with Yasser Makram, MVP. We covered several important topics on Arabic development. We demoed new Arabic features in WPF, Silverlight and showcased the Arabic Visual Studio 2008 CLIP. In addition to the Visual Studio International...
  • Blog Post: What does it mean to have Arabic Support in Silverlight 4?

    Really that means two things: 1) Silverlight 4, now displays Arabic properly. On earlier versions, the characters were reversed and appeared in their isolated form. Now we finally have Arabic letters combined and shaped properly. 2) Second, we have a new property specific for Arabic display. “...
  • Blog Post: Silverlight 4 Beta available, with Bidi Support

    This is a truly exciting time to see the beta of Silverlight 4. Finally after 3 versions we have Arabic support in Silverlight. This is really great news and a great chance for Arabic Silverlight users. I would like people to try it out and download it and give it a try. This is our chance to evaluate...
  • Blog Post: Visual Studio International Feature Pack 2.0 Beta

    Visual Studio International Feature Pack 2.0 Beta has some great features for our international customers. There are many features for our East Asian customers in addition to a feature for our Arabic customers. I had many customer requests to display numbers in written Arabic form. The Numeric Formatting...
  • Blog Post: Arabic CLIP is available!

    Microsoft CLIP (or Microsoft Captions Language Interface Pack) is a language solution that uses tooltips or a window to display translation. CLIP works with any application to show translations in the Tooltip and/or the CLIP Window. You can also add/edit/delete your own translations Now for the first...
  • Blog Post: What About SQL?

    I'm all about VS but I came across this interesting article about SQL. The title is Arabic Language Support in SQL Server 2005, it's found at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc295829.aspx . It has some interesting info about Arabic support in SQL. There is info about storing and manipulating...
  • Blog Post: Arabic Visual Studio?

    It’s been such a long time since my last blog entry but I’m finally back. I had a very long time Out Of Office (OOF), I really re-charged my energy but I’m swamped with work. So many things happened since my last blog. The launch of Windows Server, 2008, Visual Studio 2008 and SQL Server 2008 is in the...
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