Tool for very deep analysis of Internet Explorers guts! 🙂
John Resig has a post showing some of the details here
I’ve been trying to figure out a way to format monetary values based on the ISO Currency Symbol which is are 3 letter string like: USD, AUD, CRC, EUR; that define a currency.
In .NET the RegionInfo class contains an ISOCurrencySymbol property which returns the Currency Symbol for the given region. Now on my system there are seven regions that have “USD” and I can’t use that to format monetary values.
A RegionInfo is constructed takes a culture string like “ar”, “ar-DZ", “en”, “en-US” etc. and each of these cultures has a specific Currency Symbol. So to format a monetary value we only need the culture string/name.
With the Culture Code we can get all the RegionInfo as well as the benefits of being able to format the currency suitably.
The DoCulture method (badly named) shows how to get relevant RegionInfo like the ISO currency symbol as well as how to format based on the culture.
Dzmitry Huba wrote the following here about Inheritence:
If two or more classes share only common data (no common behavior), then that common data should be placed in a class that will be contained by each sharing class.
If two or more classes have common data and behavior (i.e., methods), then those classes should each inherit from a common base class that captures those data and methods.
If two or more classes share only a common interface (i.e., messages, not methods), then they should inherit from a common base class only if they will be used polymorphically.
… Just something I want to ponder at some point soon.
240 jQuery Plugins
I was looking for information about putting controllers in a seperate assembly(dll) as a test to see whether I would be able to create some sort of plugin mechanims where the plugin assembly contains the controllers needed for that plugin.
I came across this post in a forum which simply stated says that you need to do this:
And that is it! You can create your controllers in the class library and everything will just work (Except you won’t be able to right click on an action and click “Add View…” and some of the other nice thing like that!)
It seems that the MVC framework looks in the whole appdomain for any class that implements IController…