PocketCBZ 0.3 released...
I just published a minor release of my PocketCBZ viewer. There was an inconsistency in the Zip library between the Desktop component and the PocketPC app… This has been resolved and it works great.
For those who are interested, I just released both components of my Pocket CBZ viewer on CodePlex at http://www.codeplex.com/PocketCBZ. I will be uploading the source code as soon as I get the TF explorer installed. See the site for more info.
[Comix, CBZ, Windows Mobile, PocketPC,Compact Framework,Open Source]
PocketPC Comic Book Reader
I applied today for a project on Codeplex.com. I have resolved some of my licensing issues by getting the #ziplib project working in my viewer (there was a solution in their faq). You can read the evolution of this project here. I have a few tweaks that I want to do to it once I get the source released. I get about 2 request a month for the project, and wanted to quit using the commercial library (mainly because I wasn’t sure how I could actually release the project as an open source project and have it be useful).
Anyway, I am attaching to this message the PocketPC...
Thank you, Cleveland.. errr... I mean Naples, FL!
Last night I had the opportunity to be the fill-in speaker at the Naples Dot Net User Group. I just wanted to thank the John and the other member of the group for letting me come speak. It was great.
In preparation for this I had to update my Tampa Code Camp stuff to MS Ajax beta 2 (both toolkits).
I have placed this stuff live over at my work place’s download area. If you are curious, I have a set of samples for using PageMethods with MS Ajax Extensions (and the CTP). The major change besides bringing the examples into working order with...
Thoughts on MS ASP.NET Ajax Extensions Beta and Preview CTP Beta and PageMethods...
I have written a few posts on PageMethods (most notably here and here… there are probably a few more, but that will suffice), and have received a couple requests for help with them in the new renamed betas.
First of all in case you haven’t seem it, Shawne Burke has the De Facto post on them here. Why have I pointed to his post and not made one of my own? Well, honestly I’ve been a little busy lately, but more importantly, I’ve yet to make the things work.
Now the good news. The MS Ajax team has done a great...