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Posted over 6 years ago by Dmitri Maximov
Posted over 6 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Alex Yakunin)
I've just published preliminary version of DataObjects.Net Manual in PDF. Do you know a good way or tool allowing to convert HTML with links and paging martup (CSS attributes) to PDF? Actually I didn't thought this is so complex: Adobe Acrobat ... [More] seems relying on Internet Explorer, that actually understand basic paging rules. But when Acrobat converts the page, somehow it makes IE to simply ignore any paging  attributes in CSS. Google Chrome and Mozilla don't properly handle paging attributes. New Opera ideally prints everything (in particular, to PDF printers). But I can't convert HTML links to PDF links by this way. So should I simply replace them to printable ones in Manual? And, obviously, there is no automatic way to convert TOC links as well.  All online converters I tried produce even worse results.  So I'd appreciate any advices related to conversion of HTML to PDF. [Less]
Posted over 6 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Alex Yakunin)
There is a discussion at our Support forum, where lots of concepts related to DisconnectedState (and related aspects - e.g. Session events) are explained. Another one explains what features will be supported there. If you're interested in this ... [More] feature, please add your own questions. Shortly I'll be writing a Manual section covering this feature, so good questions here would help me a lot. P.S. Here are long New Year holidays till January 10, so that's why there is almost full silence in our blogs. But some works are going on - this must be visible in update log. [Less]
Posted over 6 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Alex Yakunin)
We're already celebrating it in Ekaterinurg ;) P.S. Yesterday I finished "Getting ideal performance" article in Manual - it covers lazy loading, prefetch API, future (delayed) queries and statement batching in DataObjects.Net. Comments are very appreciated.
Posted over 6 years ago by Dmitri Maximov
Posted over 6 years ago by Dmitri Maximov
Posted over 6 years ago by Dmitri Maximov
Posted over 6 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Alex Yakunin)
There is a nice question in our support forum, especially if you started to use LINQ just recently. I imagined 4 different queries leading to expected result. First 2 of them are almost identical, but others are not. Can you add other queries solving the same problem?
Posted over 6 years ago by Dmitri Maximov
Posted over 6 years ago by nore...@blogger.com (Alex Yakunin)
We've just updated help.x-tensive.com to the upcoming Help Server v3.0. What's new: New CSS-based skins designed to improve the usability: there are Blue and Black themes with horizontal/vertical header (4 themes total; Black theme with ... [More] horizontal header is here). Tab bar is now always vertical. Keyboard support: Alt-C (TOC), Alt-I (Index), Alt-S (Search); Up/Down/Left/Right, Tab, Shift-Tab; Enter (open the document). In Firefox Alt = Alt+Shift; in Safari Alt = Shift; in Opera Alt = Shift-Esc, Shift. Zooming (Ctrl-"+", Ctrl-"-" in most of browsers). Opera & Safari support. So currently it works ideally in 5 major browsers: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera. If you'll find any bug there, please describe it in comments to this post. [Less]