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  • How-to: Build a custom UITypeEditor

    Recently I built a CodeSmith sample UITypeEditor that allows a user to enter in custom data into a DropDownList. In the following article I’ll show you what you need to do in order to build your own UITypeEditor. First you need to create a public class that will hold the data of the drop down list...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski (Weblog) by Blake Niemyjski on 10-12-2009
  • It's the littlest of things that we do, that make CodeSmith shine.

    During each release of CodeSmith, one thing we always do is test upgrade scenarios between each versions and check for backwards compatibility among other tests. Recently, I was amazed at how much change has taken place between CodeSmith 4.x and the latest CodeSmith 5.1.x release when it comes to the...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski (Weblog) by Blake Niemyjski on 10-12-2009
  • A lession in Color Theory for Developers

    I read this article the other day and it struck me how often this happens. As a developer I sometimes find it hard to create even a decent looking GUI. Most of the time when developers through together a GUI it has 60 million check boxes on it and it does not look visually pleasing. " Color theory...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski (Weblog) by Blake Niemyjski on 12-12-2006
  • How to make a UI "smarter".

    First off, I would like to clarify how bad I am at making UI's (User Interfaces). It never has been my specialty, but I know when I come across a UI that hasn't been thought out for the consumers needs. Since I'm a gamer I'd like to show you a UI from ( Valve Software ) that I really...
    Posted to Blake Niemyjski (Weblog) by Blake Niemyjski on 10-09-2006
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